Vidafem Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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We don’t normally review supplements for feminine issues, but Vidafem claims the cause for some of the problems women face are associated with poor diet and stress. These are the same two causes of weight gain listed by some supplement companies. Basically, Healthy People, the company behind Vidafem claims the environment is to blame for the feminine health issues of some women, so what kind of supplement is used to counteract environmental issues? Well, in the dieting world that supplement would be based on strong antioxidants to reverse the cellular destruction caused by the environment, but there are no strong antioxidants in the formula.

List of Ingredients


  • Soy Isoflavones
  • Red Clover
  • Gotu Kola
  • Collagen
  • Angelica Root
  • Wild Yams

Product Features

The website we found for Vidafem was one of the best the company offers. The description was more than a few sentences and all the claims were clearly listed. There are ingredients and even supplement recommendations, which just as we expected, included weight loss supplements. The claims of the Vidafem supplement sound an awful lot like a weight loss supplement, thus our interest.

The ingredients in Vidafem, however, will not increase your metabolism and they will not help you lose weight in any way. There are no diuretics, thermogenics or stimulants. All of the ingredients are somehow associated with menstrual problems, but none are proven to have any positive effect on any feminine condition.

We did not find a free trial or any testimonials from women having tried the supplement. This is extremely common for Healthy People supplements. Most of the supplements are offered with a tiny description and all are offered without testimonials or support of any kind.

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  • Ingredients are listed on then Healthy People website for Vidafem.
  • The supplement may help fight menstrual issues.


  • Will not increase metabolism.
  • Contains no thermogenics or appetite suppressants.
  • There are no testimonials supporting the health claims.
  • We could not find any clinical studies supporting the supplement claims listed by Healthy People.
  • The website is not the official website of the Healthy People company.


Healthy People is an affiliate company so there are multiple websites run by multiple different people. This can be extremely confusing for the consumer who is trying to learn more about the supplement. There is no clinical support on any of the websites, so the consumer is left with nothing more than the claims made by Healthy People. In the case of Vidafem, the claims are not supported by any clinical tests completed on the ingredients.

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