Metaboliq System Review - Does This Weight-Loss System Work? Are cost and poor results deal breakers?
Guess what I did last week? You got it–I researched the Metaboliq weight-loss system. I had heard its name come up several times, so I had to see for myself. I delved into clinical studies, ingredients, customer satisfaction, and side effects. I didn’t stop there–I then went from forum to forum, trying to dig up helpful user comments. Here is the condensed summary of my research.
What You Need To Know
To start, Metaboliq is a line of weight-loss products meant to either replace meals or act as a supplement to a program. The group includes shakes, bars, and supplements called Boost, Resist and Recharge. When taken either separately or in conjunction with each other, the different parts are supposed to boost metabolism, burn fat, and suppress appetite.
Metaboliq makes a profit by using the direct selling method, a fact that makes many customers feel like their health is a second priority–it can be frustrating to be asked to join the company constantly. We like the wide range of option and the emphasis on cutting down on calories is in line with weight-loss, but read on…
Our First Concern – “Are the Reports True?”
First, we were initially concerned by the complaints regarding the products’ efficacy. “Of all the concerns I would have upon initial observation of Metaboliq, wondering if it actually works would certainly not be at the top of the list,” said our Research Editor. “Even with such an extensive and costly line, customers really seemed to get a mixed bag of results.”
“Went on Metaboliq, two shakes a day, for 90 days. Didn’t lose a single ounce,” said one disappointed user. “I’m taking the boost and I really don’t feel a difference,” said another. Sometimes users really just need to engage in healthy exercise and food choices rather than replacing meals with a shake.
Our Second Concern – “Is the Price too High?”
Beyond the less-than-stellar results of Metaboliq, as reported in some reviews, consumers seemed to start catching on that it is a rather expensive program. “Very expensive, horrible aftertaste, and no different than any other shake along with a green tea supplement,” said one user.
“I’m not sure how anyone can afford the recommended combinations of these products,” said another. “One of these at a time costs enough for me!” “Shakes taste pretty good, but wow they’re expensive,” said a third reviewer.
Over the course of writing hundreds of reviews, we have come to be firm believers in the fact that flawed supplement programs don’t translate into long-term results. In the case of Metaboliq, that could mean that the slow results will deter some users while the high price will dissuade others from using the combination as directed.
Is There Any Real Science?
Metaboliq does seem to have some scientific research under its belt, both for the individual ingredients used and for the product as a whole. There are some good concepts here, and replacing meals with a shake or a bar should cut down your calorie intake. But the price tag on the individual components and the mixed results delivered for that price don’t seem to add up.
So What’s the Bottom Line – Does Metaboliq Work?
Is it time to jump into this one? We thought Metaboliq was interesting at first since they offered a comprehensive list of supplements to cover the different aspects of weight-loss. The final decision is up to you, but we have some reservations and we’re not necessarily convinced it is worth the investment. To get the best results, you have to commit to a package of very expensive supplements, and that just complicates things.
If you need to burn some fat, we recommend looking for an all-inclusive supplement that won’t have you buying several different expensive products at the same time.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It is a single supplement that combines four clinically studied ingredients in a proprietary blend. They could help burn fat and boost metabolism. User reviews look great and results are amazing.
As a sign of confidence in their product, the makers of Leptigen are even offering a Special Trial Offer.
Previous Metaboliq System Review (Updated January 1, 1970):
What You Should Know
Qivana produces the Metaboliq system for people who want to eat right and lose weight. The system is comprised of four elements combined into one weight loss program. The four formulas are Shake, Stick, Boost and Resist. Each offers a different angle for weight loss support. There are no ingredients listed for most of the supplements in the Metaboliq program. We would like to see what ingredients are included to determine whether or not the dieter would see any weight loss benefits.
Qivana does not offer Metaboliq for sale, but it does offer an affiliate program where others can sell the product for a profit. There are no free trials of the supplement, but testimonials are available with some impressive before and after photos. Unfortunately, before and after photos could be generic and the consumer would never know the difference.
List of Ingredients
Shake - 200 calories and no listed ingredients.
Stick - 200 calories and no listed ingredients.
Boost - Decaffeinated Green Tea, Cayenne Pepper and L-Carnitine.
Resist - Indian Herb.
The four steps dieters are expected to take when following the Metaboliq program are meal replacement, supplementation, prevention and exercise. Meal replacements are available in shake and stick form. The shake mixes with water or milk. Milk will increase the total caloric impact of the shake mix, but Qivana claims most dieters feel less hungry when the use milk. Stick is a chocolate meal replacement bar that can be used in place of shake.
Boost is the weight loss supplement packaged with Metaboliq. The ingredients in the supplement are not going to boost weight loss at all. Decaffeinated green tea may be a great source of antioxidants, but the caffeine has been removed. Caffeine is a proven fat burner that could boost metabolism just enough to promote weight loss, even in small amounts. Cayenne pepper may aid in absorption of vitamins and other ingredients, but that does not boost weight loss.
Resist is created from an unnamed Indian herb that prevents the tongue from tasting sweet foods. This is supposed to stop cravings and keep the dieter from overeating. If sweet foods taste less appealing, the dieter will eat fewer calories. This is a hypothetical theory that may work on paper, but not in real life. Dieters who eat out of habit or to curb negative feelings are not going to stop eating because sweet does not taste as sweet.
- Ingredients for the Metaboliq are listed online.
- The official website offers information on each part of the Metaboliq formula.
- Not all supplements and meal replacements list ingredients.
- We have no idea how much the system costs.
- There are no proven weight loss ingredients.
- Caffeine is taken out of the green tea.
Metaboliq may have strong testimonials, but we do not see how the supplement portion of the program helps increase weight loss. The 200-calorie meal replacements are enough to cause weight loss, but they will also cause hunger. If the meal replacement shakes and sticks are eaten for breakfast and lunch with a sensible dinner, the dieter is likely to consume less than 1000 calories per day. That is far too low for most dieters and will likely cause hunger and rebound weight gain.
Metaboliq System Questions & Answers:
We boiled down dozens of user responses and customer comments about Metaboliq System into this detailed FAQ.
What are the side effects of Metaboliq System?
Metaboliq System side effects may include nausea, headache, upset stomach, gas, bloating and diarrhea. This is according to some customer reviews posted online.
What are the ingredients in Metaboliq System?
Metaboliq System ingredients are listed for each of the products. The best is green tea.
Does Metaboliq System work?
There is clinical research posted on each Metaboliq System product page. Green tea is a key component, but that can be found in better supplements with 100% clinically tested ingredients.
You may want to consider replacing Metaboliq System with a supplement that contains clinically tested ingredients for weight-loss, such as Leptigen.
How much does Metaboliq System cost?
The price of Metaboliq System is not clearly posted online. However, the shakes are $77 and the Boost supplement is $61.
How should I take Metaboliq System?
You need to take Metaboliq System according to the directions provided. There are five different supplements. These are Recharge, Boost, Infusions, bars and shakes. This program lasts for 90 days.
How do I contact Qivana, LLC customer service?
You can contact Qivana, LLC by calling 1-801-610-4600.
Can I take Metaboliq System if I have a health condition?
If you have health conditions, taking prescription medications, under 18 year of age or pregnant or nursing, be sure to ask your doctor beforehand, prior to using a weight-loss program, including the Metaboliq System.
What do users like about Metaboliq System?
Some people appreciate that Metaboliq System is for both women and men. Others like that several supplements are included.
What do users not like about Metaboliq System?
Some users do not like the cost of Metaboliq System. Also, some people have complained about the taste of the bars and shakes.
Who created Metaboliq System?
Metaboliq System was created by Dr. Donald K. Layman.
Is regular exercise part of the Metaboliq System?
This is unclear. Regular exercise is not mentioned with Metaboliq System.
Do you know of any special deals or discounts on Metaboliq System?
At this time, we are not aware of any special deals on Metaboliq System. But, in recent months many of our readers have been going crazy about Leptigen’s Special Trial Offer, and it’s only the price of your shipping and handling. Click here to give it a try.