Zotreem Review

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Zotreem is a Chinese herbal weight loss supplement not to be confused with Zotrim. Zotreem is available in soap, coffee, cream and tea, but it is the weight loss supplement that packs all the ingredients in a small pill that claims to be the last pill you need to reach your goal weight. One thing about Chinese weight loss supplements is transparency. We rarely find a product description that doesn’t include a complete list of ingredients.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Daidaihua Extract
  • Job’s Tears
  • Cassia Seed
  • Mulberry Leaf Extract

Product Features

We have to say the ingredient list for Zotreem is shorter than we expected. There are commonly used ingredients we typically find in all Chinese weight loss supplements, but only a couple ingredients are found in Zotreem.

Daidaihua extract is a complicated ingredient found in tons of Chinese slimming products. We believe this ingredient is a form of synephrine – a stimulant. We’re not sure how much synephrine the Daidaihua extract supplies.

Job’s Tears is used in alternative medicine to stop diarrhea, which is a little funny as Cassia Seed is a laxative. Why the manufacturer would put these two ingredients together is beyond us. Mulberry leaf extract is the only ingredient with any connection to the weight loss market. The extract is commonly used to help keep blood glucose response in check. This could reduce hunger.

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Advantages

  • We were able to locate the ingredients for Zotreem online.
  • The ingredients are relatively safe.
  • The product is much cheaper than other diet supplements.

Disadvantages

  • You may find it difficult to purchase Zotreem.
  • The supplement contains a laxative.
  • There are no proven weight loss ingredients in the formula.
  • The same ingredient list can be found in a thousand other Chinese slimming pills.

Conclusion

Zotreem is not the next big weight loss product. You won’t find Dr. Oz shouting about this one from the rooftops. What you will find is the same ingredient list common among many Chinese weight loss supplements and nothing more. Aside from the Mulberry Leaf Extract, none of the ingredients in Zotreem have any connection to weight loss.

The ingredients dieters are looking for in a natural, effective weight loss supplement include caffeine, chromium and green tea extract. Basically, there needs to be some support from the research community and safety for all dieters. Taking supplements with unknown ingredients are ingredients that could cause negative side effects is not the best idea.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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