Ultra Carb Review
What You Should Know
Ultra Carb is a weight loss supplement that claims the user will see magnificent results in just a matter of weeks. The ingredient list is offered online, but dieters will be sad to see nothing new on that list. While there is no official website for the Ultra Carb, but there are several online retailers offering some insight into this carb blocking weight loss supplement.
Some websites reference an official website for the Ultra Carb product. No official website could be found at the time of this review.
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There are hundreds of products in the weight loss community that claim to block carbohydrates from being digested by the body. Ultra Carb is another of these products. In addition to prevent carbohydrates digestion, the supplement aims to control hunger by stabilizing blood glucose levels. Again, this is a common claim with carbohydrate blockers.
The ingredient list does offer a bit of light in a normally dull weight loss supplement. Each of the main ingredients is supported with at least a bit of research in regards to glucose control. However, these studies have nothing to do weight loss; rather they focus on the effect of quickly dropping glucose levels on hunger.
Ultra Carb sells for $20.00 up to $30.00 for one bottle. Some websites are currently offering specials with free bottles for every two month’s supply purchased. With no official website, there is no contact information, return policy or free trial information for the dieter.
- The ingredients have some support for their glucose regulation.
- There is no support for the use of carb blockers in weight loss.
- No return policy, free trials or contact information.
- The price is a bit expensive for a product with no proof of efficacy.
Carb blockers became very popular with the introduction of lower carbohydrate diets. The products were first used by these low carb dieters in order to block the carbohydrates they ate while following the plan. Soon, people started to believe if they could block their carbohydrates from digesting, they could eat carbohydrates and achieve the same weight loss results as those following a low carbohydrate diet. There is no proof these products work in this way.
Weight loss supplements are available that provide scientific support for increasing weight loss. These products include fat burners that increase metabolism and appetite suppressants to reduce hunger. While carbohydrate blockers claim to control glucose levels and control appetite in this way, there is little evidence the ingredients will work in this manner.