Now Diet Support Review
What You Should Know
Now Diet Support is a weight management supplement designed to help people who are trying to lose weight. As there are many supplements on the market today that claim to help you shed the pounds, it is no wonder many people are skeptical about which ones to try, and which ones will work. This review will take a closer look at the product and its ingredients to determine if it can live up to its claims.
List of Ingredients
Now Diet Support contains the following ingredients: Vitamin B6, Pantothenic Acid, Iodine from Kelp, Chromium, Forslean, and L-Carnitine, and Green Tea Extract.
Now Diet Support is a vegetarian safe formula. It does not contain any wheat, gluten, soy, dairy, egg, salt, sugar, or shellfish. Vitamin B6 is thought to help support energy levels, and one serving of this will give you five times the daily recommended amount based on a 2,000 calorie a day diet. Chromium is thought to help stabilize the blood sugar levels and therefore help prevent cravings. Forslean is a patented version of Coleus Forskohlii, which is thought to increase thyroid activity and thereby help burn more fat and calories. L-Carnitine is an amino acid thought to help increase energy levels. Green tea extract is thought to help increase energy levels and help burn fat because of its natural caffeine content and antioxidants. Those who are sensitive to caffeine may want to avoid taking this supplement before bedtime. It is not an expensive supplement, generally somewhere between $15 and $20 per bottle, depending on the merchant.
- Now Diet Support is a vegetarian formula.
- This supplement contains clinically proven ingredients.
- Now Diet Support likely does not contain enough green tea to produce effective results.
- There are mixed reviews of this supplement.
- There is not a free trial for this product.
- There is not a money back guarantee for this product.
Now Diet Support probably won’t give you the results you would expect from an appetite suppressant or a fat burner, but it doesn’t claim to help you lose weight so much as it does claim to help you manage your weight. If you really want to lose weight, you need to make lifestyle changes, such as reducing the amount of calories you eat, eating more fruits and vegetables, and opting for lean proteins and whole grains over fatty proteins and bad carbs. You should also increase your water intake and focus on getitng enough exercise; at least three 30 minutes sessions per week. Then, you can combine this with a clinically proven weight loss supplement, either in the form of an appetite suppressant or fat burner.