What You Should Know
Ultiboost is a product line from Swisse that claims to reduce appetite and help dieters achieve the weight loss they’ve always wanted. According to the official website, the supplement contains a quality ingredient to reduce hunger. That quality ingredient is Slimaluma or caralluma fimbriata. There is also a significant dose of riboflavin in the mix, but riboflavin is not the ingredient in Ultiboost that will reduce hunger. Caralluma fimbriata has some clinical support, but diet supplement companies have to do a little clinical research before formulating supplement that work; something Swisse clearly forgot.
List of Ingredients
- Caralluma Fimbriata
We did a little research into caralluma fimbriata and found some very interesting statistics and clinical studies. Most studies suggest a dose of caralluma fimbriata of 1,000 mg per day for a minimum of 60 days for optimal effect. Other studies on rat models have suggested up to 100 mg of caralluma fimbriata per kg of body weight – that equates to much more than 1,000 mg. Ultiboost packs 500 mg into one dose and though it is suggested you take the supplement twice a day, but the company doesn’t bother to list any clinical studies supporting the main ingredient, just the trademarked name for the brand of caralluma fimbriata used in Ultiboost.
Another problem with the supplement is the number of tablets per bottle. Customers will pay $32 per 30-count bottle. If the dieter takes the recommended dose of two per day, that bottle will last just two weeks. That means they have to pay $64 per month or more than $180 for a three-month trial of the supplement.
There is no mention of a money-back guarantee or a trial period the dieter can use to evaluate effect. Clinically significant changes in diet and appetite were not noted in just two weeks, but the Ultiboost company expects dieters to order without a safety net if the product does not work and without the proper dose or number of pills to give the supplement a good run.
- All ingredients in Ultiboost are listed on the official website.
- The supplement contains a clinically-proven ingredient.
- One bottle of Ultiboost contains just two weeks of the supplement.
- There is less than the clinically proven amount of caralluma fimbriata in each pill.
- The product will cost more than $180 to give it a three-month trial.
- It can take two months or longer to realize the full potential of caralluma fimbriata.
We love clinically proven ingredients, but not all companies that offer supplement with these ingredients are completely honest with consumers. Ultiboost contains a clinically tested and supported ingredient, but there is not enough of that ingredient in the formula. Gas is proven to run your car, but if you do not put enough gas in the car it will not take you where you want to go – that is what dieters can expect from Ultiboost.