Havasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar is a dietary supplement from Havasu Nutrition. It is marketed as a “natural cleanser for overall health”. It claims to offer several health benefits including detox, improved digestion, reduced blood pressure, healthier skin and hair, improved circulation, enhanced immune function and natural weight loss.
When this review was written, the Havasu Nutrition Apple Cider Vinegar formula contained 500 mg of Apple Cider Vinegar per 2 capsule serving size. The suggested use was to take 1 capsule daily, preferably with food, 1 to 2 hours before physical activity, or as directed by your healthcare physician. Continue reading →
Body Shapers Extra Strength Apple Cider Vinegar is a dietary supplement from Mason Natural that has been designed to help promote a healthy metabolism, as well as support appetite and fat-burn control.
Body Shapers Extra Strength Apple Cider Vinegar contains 1000 mg of apple cider vinegar per serving (2 tablets). Its other non-active ingredients include: microcrystalline, cellulose, whey, stearic acid, silica, magnesium stearate, pharmaceutical glaze and magnesium silicate. Continue reading →
Lipotrin is marketed as a “Lipotropic Multi-Action Weight Loss Supplement” that comes from Big Nutrition. The claim about this product is that it is a thermogenic, an energy enhancer, appetite suppressant, carb blocker and fat absorber. It supposedly manages to achieve all of these objectives through its 13 active ingredients.
The formula for this dietary supplement contains a Proprietary Lipotrin Formula, which is composed of Green Tea, Apple Cider Vinegar, Chitosan, Chromium Picolinate, Phaesolus Vulgaris, Milk, Thistle, Siberian Ginseng, Choline, Uva Ursi, Guarana, Caffeine Anhydrous, Psyllium Husk, Ginger Root. Each serving is made up of 2 capsules and contains 700 mg of the proprietary formula. Continue reading →
There has been a trend that has been taking off over the last decade or two and that is only continuing to get larger, and it involves taking apple cider vinegar to lose weight. This has involved swallowing tablespoons of the stuff, mixing it with water and drinking it, or swallowing it in the form of capsules in order to be able to obtain the benefits that many claim that it has within the body.
First thing’s first. All apple cider vinegars are not created equal. The majority of the claims surrounding this substance are specific to actual apple cider vinegar, which contains the “mother apple”. It will usually specifically say that it contains apples on the label, and the liquid should be cloudy, not clear. In fact, it will usually have sediment on the bottle that will need to be shaken up into it again every time it is used. Continue reading →
Trim-Right is a nonprescription diet supplement that is marketed as being an appetite suppressant along with being a metabolism enhancer that will allow dieters to be able to get rid of their excess weight. The official website for the product makes a number of bold claims that are very common in this industry, but it will take further investigation to know whether or not the product can actually live up to those promises.
To begin examining the product before trying it, it is important to look at the Trim-Right ingredients. The manufacturer says that this product is made up of 100 percent natural substances. While it makes big statements about shrinking the appetite and boosting the metabolism for faster fat burning, it doesn’t make any mention of side effects. Continue reading →
Raspberry Ketone Plus is among the products that is taking advantage of the most recently hyped weight loss ingredient that has taken over for acai berry as a fat burning supplement that has not been proven. This particular nonprescription diet pill claims to provide the dieter with the benefits of raspberry ketone that had previously gone unrecognized.
As was the case with acai berry, the Dr. Oz Show also brought the public’s attention to raspberry ketones, which are enzymes that are located in red raspberries. Continue reading →