Dynamic Health Review - Does This Supplement Line Really Work? Are fad ingredients and bad taste deal breakers?
Diet products either work or they don’t. Period. Let’s find out which one Dynamic Health is. We looked closely at the ingredients, side effects, clinical research, and customer service. Then, we sorted through hundreds of reviews and comments to see what people thought. We summarized and condensed our findings to get you the bottom line.
What is Dynamic Health?
Firstly, this is a supplement manufacturer with several products available to choose from. Dynamic Health ingredients include exotic fruit like goji, acai, mangosteen, yumberry, noni, maqui and camu-camu. Depending on the formula you choose, the suggested serving or dosage will vary.
Dynamic Health was founded in 1993. The products are certified kosher, and some are organic. You can buy the supplements online, but not from the official website. We like the company longevity and the fact that contact information is readily available, but read on…
Some Products Use Fad Ingredients – “Are They Really Effective?”
Our first concern is the use of some Dynamic Health ingredients that may be considered fads. “These are things that have anecdotal evidence of effectiveness, but aren’t really clinically proven on a large scale. They work for some, but not for others,” said our Research Editor.
”Did NOT work at all. Huge waste of money. bought this twice and lost nothing but money. Took max dose and noticed no changes whatsoever,” said one user.
”It does not work, it sucks. I have nothing else to say about this product. Sorry I bought it. Wont do it again,” claimed another.
Others feel they are highly effective.
“ I have a cap-full with my vitamins every single morning and I never feel hungry until long into the day. I think it takes a few times of using it until it “kicks in” but I truly believe in this product!,” offered a dieter.
“This product works well when used as directed and paired with exercise. Overall, you will notice a decrease in the size of the abdomen area which is usually the part that stores most of the stubborn fat,” shared a buyer.
Taste – “Not Good”
Many people say the products don’t taste good, which is a problem if that’s how the ingredients are delivered.
”This is thin, watery and does not taste good,” said a customer.
”What I received did not taste good and did not help much with pain or sleep,” shared a customer.
Still, some reviewers found the taste pleasant.
“The taste is pleasant, and I actually am finding that my knee pain has subsided quite a bit,” said a reviewer.
“Husband has gout so he takes an ounce daily. Tastes wonderful,” according to a review.
Over the years, we’ve learned that all it takes is one thing, like ineffective ingredients or bad taste, to stop customers from getting long-term success. If they can’t get what they want, they’ll run to the competition until they find what they are looking for.
The Science – “Strong Clinical Support?”
There are a variety of ingredients in Dynamic Health products and some can help support overall well-being. Tart cherry juice, for instance, has been shown to help with inflammation. But, garcinia cambogia isn’t really proven to assist with weight-loss. It depends on the product, but no research is shared on the official website.
At DietSpotlight, we want to see science before we can recommend any product, and we also want to know our readers are getting a good value.
The Bottom Line – Does Dynamic Health Work?
What’s the real deal with Dynamic Health? They have an impressive line of liquid-based health products, but it depends on what you get as to the results you’ll see. When it comes to weight-loss, we found nothing with strong evidence it will work and that gives us pause.
If you’re ready to lose weight, we suggest turning to a supplement that contains clinically tested ingredients known to help support your metabolism while you try to lose weight.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is Leptigen. It’s made with four ingredients, all of which have been shown in clinical testing to help boost metabolism so you can lose more weight compared to diet and exercise alone. Plus, our research into customer feedback found no mentions of harmful side effects or negative product comments.
And right now, the manufacturer is giving everyone a Special Trial Offer so they can try it to see how it works for them. We love this kind of vote of confidence.
Previous Dynamic Health Review (Updated December 28, 2011):Dynamic Health Laboratories is company based in Brooklyn, New York that manufactures and sells liquid health supplements, fruit juices and juice concentrates. All Dynamic Health products are certified kosher and easy to use in liquid form. Some of their newer products include Apple Cider Vinegar, Papaya Puree, Mango Puree and Tart Cherry Concentrate. Dynamic Health’s website gives some background information on the company and contact information. The company was founded in 1993. Dynamic Health’s juice concentrates are 100% juice and contain no added sugars. There are no money-back guarantees or free samples offered on the company website. There are also no customer reviews of this product available online.
Product FeaturesDynamic Health’s products include exotic fruit ingredients like goji, acai, mangosteen, yumberry, noni, maqui and camu-camu. Other juices offered by Dynamic Health have more conventional fruits from Europe and North America, including aloe vera, apple cider vinegar, cranberry, cherry, blueberry and elderberry. Several of Dynamic Health’s products are marketed as health supplements, including some that claim to help promote weight loss. Other Dynamic Health products contain amino acids, vitamins and minerals. Online prices range from $4 to $31 for Dynamic Health products.
- Dynamic Health products can be purchased online from the official product website or from some other health supplement retailers.
- Dynamic Health claims that its products are certified kosher.
- Some Dynamic Health products are certified organic.
- Dynamic Health provides its customers with contact information for customers to ask questions about its products.
- Dynamic Health offers some information about the company on its website.
- Liquid health supplements may be easier or more pleasant to consume for some people than other types of health supplements.
- Liquid health supplements may be more effectively absorbed by the body than other types of health supplements.
- Customer testimonials are not available on the website.
- Dynamic Health does not encourage its products be combined with a healthy diet or fitness regime.
- Dynamic Health does not give any health warnings to its products, so customers will have to carefully research each ingredient individually before use.