Previous Obesitrol Review (Updated August 14, 2014):
What You Should Know
Losing weight can be tough. Sticking to a diet plan, working out regularly, and reducing high-calorie foods is not always pleasant. Sometimes you just want to give up, get off the Abtronic and eat whatever you please. Well, even though weight reduction can be challenging, it is worth it so you can remain healthy and fit. We are now going to take a closer look at a diet pill that is claimed to aid with weight loss. It is Obesitrol, and it is new for 2013. This weight loss formula does not contain any Ephedra or Ephedrine, and it can be purchased online through the official website. Ephedra is illegal in the US, so supplements like Asia Black and Obesitrol are forced to reformulate. While the retail price of Obesitrol is listed as $49.95, it is on sale for $18.95 per bottle (plus $4.95 for shipping and handling).
- Irvingia Gabonensis
- Lady’s Mantle
- Olive Leaf
- Cummin Seed
- Wild Mint Leaf
- Cissus Quadrangularis
- Caffeine Anhydrous
Obesitrol is taken twice each day, and is claimed to boost the metabolism, eliminate excess water weight, promote the breakdown of fat cells, increase energy levels, and control hunger. Usually pills are specialized to one area, like reducing water weight like Diurex Water Pills. While it is not mandatory, you will see better results if you eat a reasonable diet and exercise regularly, as recommended on the official website. This diet product comes in capsule form.
We will take a closer look at the ingredients used in Obesitrol. These are revealed as Irvingia Gabonensis (also known as African Mango, this fruit extract contains leptin to stimulate your metabolism and curb hunger), Lady’s Mantle (may help suppress your appetite), Olive Leaf (minimizes inflammation and provides antioxidants to fight free radicals), Cummin Seed (helps break down food by stimulating digestive enzymes), Wild Mint Leaf (encourages fat digestion), Cissus Quadrangularis (helps heal the digestive system, minimizes inflammation, and offers antioxidants), and Caffeine Anhydrous (a stimulant and diuretic that boosts metabolic rates and increases energy levels). You may be impressed with these ingredients but they are very common; Biocitrin and Obesitrol are not unique in this.
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- There are three customer testimonials posted on the official website.
- A helpful FAQ section is provided on the website.
- Obesitrol is sold with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
- The caffeine in Obesitrol may cause some side effects.
- Some people may have allergic reactions to certain ingredients in this diet pill.
- This product is not suitable for people under the age of 18.
- There are other weight loss products with comparable ingredients.
- No free trial samples are available.
First of all, it is refreshing to see an FAQ section and 100% money-back guarantee provided on the official website. While a few customer testimonials are posted as well, it would be helpful to see a little more feedback on Obesitrol. As for the key ingredients, they are pretty standard, and commonly found in Slimfy and various other weight loss products available today. You should probably speak with your doctor before taking a diet pill like Obesitrol.
Obesitrol Questions & Answers:
We boiled down hundreds of user comments about Obesitrol into this helpful FAQ.
What are the side effects of Obesitrol?
Obesitrol side effects may include insomnia, headaches, stomach discomfort, and anxiety.
What are the ingredients in Obesitrol?
Obesitrol ingredients include irvingia gabonensis, kola nut, caffeine anhydrous, garcinia cambogia, cissus quadrangularis, lady’s mantle, coenzyme Q10, green tea, green coffee bean, olive leaf, cumin seed, wild mint leaf and oolong tea.
Does Obesitrol work?
Though some “research” is provided, it doesn’t tell us how much of the irvingia gabonensis is required for weight-loss. Unfortunately, that’s not enough evidence to show us that it works.
How much does Obesitrol cost?
Obesitrol costs $19.95 per bottle.
What is Obesitrol’s BBB rating?
NutriPharm, LLC, the company behind Obesitrol and other weight-loss supplements, has an F rating with the BBB, and is not accredited.
How should I take Obesitrol?
You’ll take one Obesitrol capsule in the morning and another in the afternoon. The comapny recommends no using more than two per day.
Can I take Obesitrol if I have a health condition?
Women who are pregnant or nursing, those with health conditions, anyone under 18 years of age or people taking prescription medications should contact a healthcare professional prior to using any weight-loss supplement, including Obesitrol.
What do users like about Obesitrol?
Users liked the low price of Obesitrol.
What do users NOT like about Obesitrol?
Some users didn’t like the lack of results after using Obesitrol.
How do I contact the Obesitrol customer service department?
You can contact Obesitrol by phone at 1-866-797-8375 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is a certain diet recommended while using Obesitrol?
The makers of Obesitrol don’t suggest any particular diet, although eating healthy is recommended.
Does Obesitrol come with a guarantee?
Yes, Obesitrol comes with a 90-day money back guarantee. Visit the official website for additional details.
Do you know of any special deals or discounts on Obesitrol?
Yes, there are special deals and discounts on Obesitrol. You’ll receive money off the purchase price, when you order multiple bottles.
Obesitrol offers "clinically tested ingredients" that aim to fight appetite and improve weight-loss. There is an official website, but the information is lacking. We managed to find all ingredient details via a label published on a retail website. (Every website selling the products, aside from one, highlights the ingredients below)
Obesitrol Ingredients and Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Serving Per Container: 60
|Amount per Serving
|Fat Oxidation Blend
|- Garcinia Cambogia (Hydroxycitric Acid)
|- Green Tea
|- GreenSelect Phytosome Green Tea
|- Purple Tea with GHG
|Thermic Energy Blend
|- Natural Caffeine
|- Glucomannan (may be added)
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, olive oil
We took a good look at the Obesitrol ingredients to provide the facts and details you need.
Chromium is a mineral that is commonly found in foods like broccoli, oatmeal, green beans, bran cereal, potatoes and grape juice. The human body requires this nutrient in small doses.
What is it Supposed to Do?
Many multivitamins and weight-loss supplements contain some form of chromium. It’s often included to help balance blood glucose levels and improve the body’s use of insulin.
“A study published in Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics in 2008 found that chromium picolinate supplementation helped overweight women who had carbohydrate cravings to better control their appetite and the amount of food that they ate.”
Glucomannan is a type of fiber/sugar that comes from konjac root. It’s often used to treat constipation, because it helps with more regular bowel movements. This ingredient is also found in a number of weight-loss supplements.
What is it Supposed to Do?
Glucomannan has a bulking effect in the stomach and intestines when it’s combined with water. This can help with satiety, and may lower both blood sugar and cholesterol levels as well.
According to PubMed.gov, one study, “Showed a significant mean weight-loss (5.5 lbs) using glucomannan over an eight-week period. Serum cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol were significantly reduced (21.7 and 15.0 mg/dl respectively) in the glucomannan treated group. No adverse reactions to glucomannan were reported.”
Caffeine anhydrous is a dry or powder form of caffeine. As you may know, this ingredient is a stimulant, and it’s found in a number of over-the-counter diet pills and energy supplements.
What is it Supposed to Do?
Caffeine anhydrous helps improve alertness, focus and energy levels, and may even boost metabolism. It’s a stimulant and mild diuretic, and should help minimize fatigue.
John Hopkins University revealed that, “Caffeine has a positive effect on our long-term memory. It enhances certain memories at least up to 24 hours after it is consumed.”