Metabolife Review

Metabolife Ultra is an over the counter diet product that has been around since 2005, and the company claims that this diet pill will suppress your appetite as well as your cravings down.* It is produced by Twin Laboratories and their customer service number is 1-800-645-5626. You can buy this product at Wal-Mart, Target, or order online from websites like Amazon.com. Women who are pregnant and nursing are not advised to take Metabolife Ultra, as well as folks who have sensitivity to caffeine or have high blood pressure.* There is a warning and disclaimer on the bottle for this product. The ingredients in this diet pill are: Meratrim Blend: Sphaeranthus Indicus (Flower) and Garcinia Mangostana (Fruit). Other Ingredients: Modified Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Croscarmellose Sodium, Dextrin, Silica, Titanium Dioxide, Polyethylene Glycol, Soy Lecithin, Dextrose, Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose, FD&C Yellow 5, FD&C Red 40, Sodium Citrate, FD&C Blue 2, Meratrim Blend, Garcinia Cambogia Extract, Chromium, and Caffeine.

As thought, the company does not have a direct contact number in case of return, I guess you will just use the party you purchased the product from such as a Target or Wal-Mart if they allow it. The company also does not have any record with the Better Business Bureau.

Do Dieters Lose Weight With Metabolife?

There was a mix of customers who liked the product and said it worked somewhat for them, and then another wave of customers who said the product did absolutely nothing for them and their weight loss. Long term weight loss was almost at a complete zero, nor could we find many who felt healthier overall. They claim you will lose inches, BMI (Body Mass Index) and weight simply from taking a pill. This is very typical with a product like this that is generically sold anywhere to the general public. The diet pill does not promote healthy eating or any exercise as the company markets the pill alone will be the end all be all to your weight loss woes.

L. Cortez* said, “I bought this product hoping to lose maybe 15-20 pounds. They ask you to take it 3 times a day, with 2 pills. If you skip a does, you feel dizzy & have a big headache. I was on it for a bottlesworth and saw nothing.” They went onto say that the pill did suppress the appetite, but on the contrary it created extreme headaches and sleepiness. There was no change in weight, and it was a big waste of money according to this specific customer.

Naturelle* said, “I started using this 2 weeks ago. It claims to suppress your appetite, but it does not work. You are supposed to drink a full glass of water with each dosage at least 30 – 60 mns before each meal. Drinking a full glass of water is recommended by many diet programs before meals, because the water makes you feel full at first. The pill (suppressant)itself doesn't work.” She continued by saying that she was still hungry after eating smaller portions than she was eating before she started the program. She said it did give her a small boost in energy though as the dosage contains the same amount of caffeine as 2 cups of coffee do. She said she lost no weight with Metabolife, but she did lose weight o her own by eating healthier foods, and exercising on her own. The only upside to taking this product is the amount of caffeine you get, instead of drinking coffee and having it stain your teeth.

Is Metabolife Easy To Follow?

Yes, it is extremely easy to follow which is why many people have not seen success with Metabolife. There is more to gaining your health and wellness that doesn’t include taking a diet pill. You are instructed to take this diet pill once or twice a day with water, and start to magically see pounds and inches fall away before your eyes (cough). For the small price of $21.99 this sounds like it was sent straight down from heaven. But as most of you already know miracles might exist but not when it comes to weight loss. Hard work, dedication and a healthy diet are a must to succeed in this area. There is absolutely no scientific evidence given to the customer about why this product really does work for weight loss anywhere the product is marketed. Side effects have been noted: Headaches, thirst, upset stomach, diarrhea, and no weight loss to name a few.

Conclusion

You are simply taking a diet pill that claims to require no exercise and no healthy eating. This is just too predictable, and no one should fall for this lie anymore no matter how glamorous their marketing can be. I would not buy this product, let alone take it if it was free. This product is the king of quick fixes, and putting a band aid over a wound that needs real help is where the issue really lies. This diet pill will not give you health or wellness long term, and your weight is you manage to lose any will not stay away once you stop taking this diet pill. Do yourself and your wellbeing a favor and just stay away from these marketing schemes that only care about getting a million small sales from people. Look for a structured diet and maybe when that offers community to join and be a part of.

*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.

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