Now Foods Review
What You Should Know
Now Foods is one of the biggest names in nutritional supplementation. The official website lists hundreds of supplements, some with single ingredients and others with a long list of complimentary ingredients. The design of the official website leaves a bit to be desired. There is a link to contact customer service but it is barely visible under the company name. Products are not sold from the official website, nor are there any testimonials for products that should really have testimonial and peer support. The Now Foods company has been around since 1968 so the product line is trusted, but that does not mean every supplement offered by the company includes the best ingredients.
List of Ingredients
Supplement company offering hundreds of supplements for general health, weight loss and other support.
There are 36 different supplements listed on the Now Foods website for weight management and weight loss alone. This is far too many supplements for the dieter to choose from. If the product description claims the supplement is designed to boost weight loss and the supplement works as claimed, why are there so many formulas? Some of the supplements sold by Now Foods contain proven ingredients like caffeine, chromium and green tea, while others include controversial ingredients like garcinia cambogia. We found no clinical studies supporting any of the ingredients listed on the official website. There are research studies proving some ingredients work with regular intake to boost metabolism and weight loss. The fact that Now Foods does not list any of these studies is an oversight a trusted company should address.
Now Foods does list all ingredients in the supplements they formulate. Buying Now Foods supplements requires the dieter find the supplement in a local store or through an online vitamin retailer. This means buying from a company other than the manufacturer.
- Ingredients are listed for each of the supplements formulated by Now Foods.
- Dieters may find a good weight loss supplement hidden among the list of 36.
- Some of the supplements are formulated with proven ingredients.
- No testimonials are listed on the official website.
- We found no clinical studies listed on the official website.
- The dieter must purchase the supplement from an outside company.
Now Foods is a trusted name in supplements, but the company falls short when it comes to supporting the supplements they sell. If there were testimonials or clinical studies offered on the official website the dieter would feel a little better about buying the supplement. As it stands, Now Foods lists too many diet supplements, let alone the hundreds of other supplements sold by the company.