Mega Diet Review
What You Should Know
Mega Diet is a weight loss supplement from Clark Enterprises, although the company website does not appear to provide this particular product for sale at this time. We were also unable to find Mega Diet on any other retail website, making us wonder if this product has been removed from the market. However, we will take a closer look at the information provided about Mega Diet on the company website to see if there might be a reason why this product is no longer offered.
Mega Diet claims to assist individuals with losing weight and body fat 200 times faster than diet or exercise alone. While the website does provide a list of the key ingredients in Mega Diet, it doesn’t appear to provide a complete ingredient list. There are also a number of weight loss tips listed on the product page, although most seemed to deal with overcoming the mental challenges of losing weight instead of the physical ones.
List of Ingredients
According to the company website, the key ingredients in Mega Diet include 7-Keto, cerecal, synephrine, garcinia cambogia, green tea leaf extract, ginseng and royal jelly. Green tea is a common ingredient in weight loss supplements, due to its ability to rev up the metabolism and help dieters make the most of their workout time. Synephrine, also known as citrus aurantium, is also used in weight loss products because of its thermogenic abilities. However, the other ingredients in this formula appear to be sketchy at best in terms of effectiveness in weight loss.
The ingredient 7-Keto is said to be the main ingredient of this formula, because of its supposed thermogenic properties. However, studies done on 7-Keto for weight loss have been inconclusive at best. Cerecal is touted as a starch blocker, but there is little information about this ingredient in weight loss products. In fact, Mega Diet is the only supplement we have found that includes this ingredient. Garcinia is another popular ingredient in weight loss supplements because it is thought to prevent calories from converting to fat. However, the jury is still out on this ingredient as well. Royal jelly has been shown to lower cholesterol in some people, but others have also experienced a severe reaction to the substance.
A 30-day supply of Mega Diet did cost $96.50 the last time it was available for purchase. Perhaps this exorbitantly high price tag is one of the reasons the product no longer appears to be available.
- The product contains green tea and citrus aurantium.
- The product does not appear to be available through the company any longer.
- Most of the ingredients listed are not proven weight loss substances.
- Mega Diet is extremely expensive.
Since Mega Diet appears to be no longer available, our recommendation may be moot. However, we do not see much in this formula that will offer much weight loss assistance. We recommend consumers look elsewhere, to proven ingredients and formulas, for their diet needs.