Banital Review - Does This Detox Really Work? Are customer complaints and lack of availability deal breakers?
Don’t laugh, but well over 50% of diet products simply don’t work. So what about Banital? We conducted a thorough investigation, examining the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer-service quality. We also looked at all sorts of user comments and reviews posted on the internet. At last, we compacted all of the facts and details we found to give you the info you really need.
What is Banital?
For starters, Banital ingredients include ginger root, fennel seed, goldenseal, cayenne pepper, oat fiber, apple pectin and other herbs. This supplement is intended to help cleanse the body, flush out the colon and aid with weight-loss. You may be able to drop 5-10 pounds in only one week. In order to use this formula, you need to take three capsules (with 16 ounces of water) daily for seven days.
We are not sure when Banital first emerged, but this company is located in Naples, FL. There is a 7-day trial offer available, which allows you seven days to return this cleansing supplement if unsatisfied. No special diet or exercise is required with this formula. Also, some customer feedback is posted online, which is helpful, but read on…
Customer Complaints – “Concerning?”
The first concern we have is with discouraging customer comments. “Some users have complained that Banital ingredients do not help with any long-term weight-loss results, and can actually lead to diarrhea,” says our Research Editor.
One user posted, “Experienced Banital side effects like diarrhea and nausea. I would not recommend this product. No actual weight-loss, unless you count the stool.”
On the other hand, a different customer said this, “Banital helped me shed a few pounds. Not sure if it’s fat though. Most likely from using the bathroom more frequently.”
“This stuff will make you use the restroom a lot. Good for an internal cleanse,” commented another.
Banital Lack of Availability – “Another Issue”
We noticed that the official website for Banital is no longer available. Naturally this will make it difficult to find this diet supplement online. One customer stated, “This detox formula must have been discontinued. Not for sale anywhere.”
However, another person said, “Opted for the free trial. Seems okay so far. But I think they enrolled me in an auto-pay program, which is a no-no. I am calling customer service to opt out.”
Another posted, “Purchased this via the website. It’s basically $50 plus $10 for shipping, just so you know.”
Our research has revealed if there is some particular part of a diet supplement or workout program that is especially troublesome (customer complaints, lack of availability, side effects) the odds of real results for the long term are slim. So, if Banital is in fact discontinued and difficult for most people to find, this could be a deal breaker.
The Science – “Is There Any At All?”
First off, Banital contains some herbal ingredients that may help promote more frequent urination and bowel movements. Therefore, this supplement might help flush out the colon. However, there is no clinical research presented to support this diet formula for long-term weight-loss. At DietSpotlight, we need to see some solid science that backs up the product’s claims.
The Bottom Line – Does Banital Work?
So, should you pull out your credit card and order a bottle of Banital? Well, to start, we like that this formula contains herbal ingredients. It’s also nice to see that this product may help cleanse the colon. However, we have some doubts about this supplement because it’s not supported by any real science. Furthermore, we’re concerned about the customer complaints we found online, as well as the lack of availability.
If you’d really like to drop more weight, then we encourage you to select a supplement that is easy to purchase on the web, comes with excellent customer service and contains key ingredients that are clinically tested for weight-loss.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. Its formula is a proprietary blend of four key ingredients, which have been shown in published clinical research to help accelerate fat loss and boost metabolism. It is available directly from the manufacturer and customers are in love with the results.
The makers of Leptigen are so certain of their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a good sign.
Previous Banital Review (Updated September 20, 2013):
What You Should Know About BanitalThe company that manufactures the Banital range of weight loss supplements tells us that the Banital Carb Blend will do four things for users. They say that it will help you metabolize carbohydrates and calories, as well as increase the rate of your metabolism. The manufacturers also claim that Banital will suppress the user's appetite and increase energy levels. The main active ingredient in the Banital Carb Blend is Phaseolus Vulgaris. Phaseolus Vulgaris apparently blocks the conversion of dietary starch into glucose.
Ingredients in BanitalThe ingredients in Banital Carb Blend consist of: Phaseolus Vulgaris, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Peppermint Leaf Extract, Peppermint Leaf Extract, Cinnamon Bark, Lemon Verbena,Chamolile,Ginger Root,Licorice Root, Tangerine Peel, and Chicory Root.
Product FeaturesThere is an official website for the Banital range of weight loss products. The website tells us that the products can only be ordered by telephone or directly from the website and that they cannot be bought in shops. Those who wish to try any product from the range can take advantage of a seven day free trial. You only need to pay the $9.95 for postage. The ingredients in the Banital Carb Blend are common ingredients found in other weight loss products on the market. Cinnamon Bark is said to regulate spikes in blood sugar. Lemon Verbena acts as a digestive aid. Both peppermint and Chicory Root are said to improve energy levels. Green Leaf Tea Extract, which is also present in Banital Carb Blend, has to be one of the most popular ingredients in weight loss products on the market today. Phaseolus Vulgaris is derived from the northern white kidney bean and is said to inhibit carbohydrate absorption. Phaseolus Vulgaris is another ingredient that can be found in a great many weight loss products on the market today.
- Banital Carb Blend can be ordered directly from an official website.
- There is a seven day free trial, as well as a money back guarantee
- There is a comprehensive list of ingredients available for Banital Carb Blend.
- There have been no controlled, standardized tests carried out on Banital Carb Blend.
- There is little proof offered that Banital Carb Blend procures weight loss.
- Banital Carb Blend does not seem to offer any unique proprietary ingredients, and most of this product's ingredients can be found in rival supplements.
- Does not contain an appetite suppressing ingredient.