What You Should Know
Melabic is a blood sugar stabilizer. It is not intended for weight loss, but is supposed to be a natural treatment for diabetes. It is thought to help prevent the onset of the condition, and could help with weight loss as a side effect. This review will take a look at the supplement to learn more about how it works and if it could possibly help you reach your weight loss goals.
List of Ingredients
Melabic ingredients include: Gymnema, Fenugreek, Alpha Lipoic Acid(ALA), Bitter Melon, Cinnamon, Zinc, Chromium, Biotin, and Banaba.
Melabic claims to be an all natural supplement to treat or prevent the onset of diabetes, as a sugar stabilizer. The Gymnema is thought to help balance the blood sugar levels. Fenugreek is thought to help reduce cholesterol levels, to promote heart health and improved circulation. ALA is an excellent source of antioxidants which will improve overall health and combat aging. Bitter Melon is supposed to help support insulin levels to promote weight loss. Cinnamon is another thing that will help lower cholesterol levels. Zinc is thought to help cleanse the body and promote liver health. Chromium is known to help keep the blood sugar levels stable. Biotin is thought to help cleanse the body and promote a healthy liver. Banaba is another ingredient to support insulin levels and promote weight loss. We do not know how much of each ingredient is in the formula, and we are not sure if there is enough of each ingredient to be effective and help the formula work. We cannot see the ingredient amounts from the website.
- Melabic contains all natural ingredients.
- This supplement is reasonably priced at $39.95 per month.
- Melabic is not clinically proven.
- This supplement is not specifically targeted at weight loss.
- This comes with a “free trial” of meal plans and fitness plans.
- There is no money back guarantee to support this product.
- There is no free trial of the supplement.
Melabic seems like it could be an effective supplement to help treat or prevent diabetes, but these claims are not researched or backed up by the FDA. We are not sure if the product will work as it is described, and even if it does, the weight loss you see will be a side effect of getting the blood sugar under control, and therefore the amounts will not be large. If you want to lose weight, you need to combine a balanced diet and exercise program with a clinically proven safe and effective weight loss supplement that contains either an appetite suppressant or a fat burner. The supplement will help you lose more weight than diet and exercise alone.