UltraInflamX Review - Does This Nutritional Drink Actually Work? Are price and purpose deal breakers?
Give me two minutes of your time and I’ll tell you whether UltraInflamX actually works. We looked at the customer service, ingredients, research, and side effects. Then, we dug deeper into user comments and reviews, so you could get the bottom line you need.
What is UltraInflamX?
To begin with, UltraInflamX is a nutritional drink mix that’s supposed to help people with inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis and other intestinal syndromes. It works by neutralizing the toxic conditions in the digestive tract. The ingredients include Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, L Glutamine, L Threonine, L Lysine, Tumeric Rhizome Extract, Rosemary Leaf Extract, D Limonene, Ginger Root Extract, Sulfate, Rice Protein Concentrate, Rice Bran, Rice Syrup Solids, Fructose, Natural Flavors, Triglycerides, Olive Oil, Silica, Xanthan, Carrageenan and Cellulose Gum.
Metagenics is the company behind UltraInflamX. They were founded in 1983, and are headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California. The business also has a number of international locations in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Netherlands, and Belgium. We like the longevity, but read on…
Pricey – “Ouch!”
Our first concern is the price. A 14-serving container is available for $71.95. This means you’d need about two containers a month to have a single serving per day, putting it over $140 a month. “Quality impacts price, but when a product is priced so high that customers have to spend a lot of money to sustain regular use, it can be difficult to manage. Even if it works well, cost can be prohibitive,” said our Research Editor.
One commenter complained, ”This definitely helped my mucous production internally, but towards the end I started to feel like maybe I was overproducing based on the consistency of my bowel movements/etc. Be sure to consult a doctor and/or nutritionist while you add/alter supplements to your diet.”
”Too expensive for me to use as directed, and must be purchased through my doctor,” mentioned another.
Others purchased it regardless of price because of how helpful they found it to be.
One satisfied customer pointed out, “I have Crohn’s disease and was on this supplement for about a year while I was really sick. I had previously had acid reflux for years. It went away after just one day on the product. Never had it since.”
“Probably one of the very best products out there (if not the best) to help digestion and leaky gut,” offered another pleased dieter.
Not Intended for Weight-Loss – “No Fat Burners Or Appetite Suppressants”
Our next concern is this isn’t targeted toward weight-loss specifically. While it may help people lose weight, its primary purpose is to address chronic illnesses associated with the digestive tract. If you don’t suffer from IBS or UC, then you may not see any benefit at all.
”I am sure this might be a ok product, but simply tasted awful to me,” warned a commenter.
”My naturopathic Doctor recommended this after I was scoped and had an abrasion in my esophagus and inflammation in my stomach. I am sure it is a great product. However, I have a problem with drinking it. At first there is no taste but at the end it has a fruity milk taste. I am not a milk drinker so I don’t like it,” according to one review.
Others loved it.
One happy shopper claimed, “I feel much better, and my digestion is much calmed down.”
“I have been using this product for several years. It works and my primary care doctor uses it too. Great product,” said another.
Our years of experience have shown us that all it takes is an issue like price, to send customers looking for something else. Since this isn’t targeted at those who are trying to lose weight, but could help with weight-loss as a side effect, it’s easy to see why dieters would look for another product.
UltraInflamX Science – “Not There”
There are no studies to support these product claims. The manufacturer claims to develop science-based nutritional products to help with chronic illness, but we don’t see the studies. We believe the research should be presented to consumers, especially since the product must be purchased from doctors. At DietSpotlight, we want to see science before we can recommend any product.
The Bottom Line – Does UltraInflamX Work?
What’s the real deal with UltraInflamX? It’s a medical-grade nutritional drink supplement specifically designed for those suffering chronic conditions like Chron’s disease and UC. Even if you suffer from these issues, it’s a good a idea to talk to your doctor before using a supplement like this.
If you want to shed those extra pounds, why not try using a weight-loss supplement that contains clinically tested ingredients shown to support a healthy metabolism? It should be affordable, and come supported by science and positive customer reviews, so you know it works.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. Customer feedback available online doesn’t mention harsh side effects, or anything negative about the product, which tells us customers are happy with their results. And, we’re not surprised since it’s made with four key ingredients all shown in clinical studies to help support weight-loss, spark metabolism and curb hunger.
If you’re interested, you can get a Special Trial Offer directly from the manufacturer. What a lovely thing to see.
Previous UltraInflamX Review (Updated November 27, 2012):
What You Should KnowUltraInfamX is a nutritional drink mix that was developed to help people with inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis and other intestinal syndromes. The drink is supposed to work by neutralizing the toxic conditions in the digestive tract. The UltraInfamX is supposed to reduce the pain associated with these symptoms and related disorders. The UltraInfamX is reported to have properties that alleviate inflammation and is supposed to calm the intestinal and stomach linings. The company claims the nutritional drink is supposed to reduce discomfort and pain. The drink supplement is mixed with water or it can be blended in with other foods listed on the product direction guide.
List Of IngredientsUltraInflamX drink mix is available for purchase through a number of retail websites. There are several websites that provide the package label that contains the nutritional information to aid potential customers with making informed decisions about the ingredients. According to the product packaging, the supplement ingredients are: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, L Glutamine, L Threonine, L Lysine, Tumeric Rhizome Extract, Rosemary Leaf Extract, D Limonene, Ginger Root Extract, Sulfate, Rice Protein Concentrate, Rice Bran, Rice Syrup Solids, Fructose, Natural Flavors, Triglycerides, Olive Oil, Silica, Xanthan, Carrageenan and Cellulose Gum.
Product FeaturesThe UltraInfamX nutritional supplement was designed to help people who have painful intestinal disorders. The supplement is supposed to be able to help relieve the symptoms associated with those disorders. This supplement is supposed to aid people to the extent that they do not have to take prescription medications to manage the symptoms, nor change their eating habits. However, the UltraInfamX promises have not been fully documented by independent studies. UltraInflamX is reported to work by reducing inflammation and pain.
- UltraInfamX may be an all natural alternative to prescription medications to help manage symptoms.
- UltraInfamX might help alleviate inflammation of the stomach lining and intestines.
- UltraInfamX does not provide research studies that support their claims.
- A medical doctor should be consulted before stopping prescription medication and opting to try UltraInfamX.