What You Should Know
Nuvoryn offers quite the informational website. There are testimonials, before and after photos, a complete list of ingredients and references to clinical studies. The references do not include links to clinical studies, leaving the dieter wondering if the stated facts are actually true. Some of the ingredients in Nuvoryn, however, are without clinical support for weight loss or any other health benefit.
Nuvoryn can be ordered from the official website or by phone. There is a 90-Day Money Back Guarantee on all orders. The dieter must pay to return the product to the company, but a full refund is available on all bottles – both used and unused.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea
- Yerba Mate
- Siberian Ginseng
- Pomegranate Extract
Every once in a while we find a product website that offers everything the dieter needs to make a good decision. Nuvoryn is one of those products. The official website lists all ingredients, with amounts, on the front page of the website. There is also a dedicated tab for ingredients. Clinical research from the National Institutes of Health is listed for green tea, yerba mate, guarana and damiana. While we trust studies on green tea, the second study on yerba mate, guarana and damiana is not trust-worthy. First off, the study included just 44 participants and the supplement was taken with apple juice. Such a small study is considered irrelevant in the medical community.
What we know from the ingredient list is this: green tea is the only proven ingredient in the formula in terms of weight loss. Acai is a strong antioxidant with no weight loss connection. Hoodia is an appetite suppressant clinically proven to have no effect on appetite and guarana is a source of caffeine.
The website and information provided is amazing, but the formula does not live up to the hype. The clinical research is limited and the other reference links lead to websites with no clinical stand in the medic al community.
- All ingredients are listed in the product description.
- Before and after photos are shown on the Nuvoryn website.
- Clinical research links are listed.
- The formula contains hoodia – clinically proven to be ineffective for weight loss.
- One clinical study included only 44 participants.
- No information on long-term weight loss success.
Nuvoryn does everything right aside from offering dieters a proven formula that will boost weight loss. The dieter could take green tea and caffeine and get the same effect for a fraction of the price. The appetite suppressant will not suppress appetite and the clinical research is scant and irrelevant. Dieters should choose a product with a strong clinical presence.