NatureThin Diet Review 2019 - Rip-Off or Worth To Try? Here is Why..
NatureThin Diet Facts
You are supposed to take this supplement twice a day with a large glass of water 30 minutes before eating. There are no other instructions regarding the actual supplement. When looking into another diet pill, my first though is “What are the ingredients?”
Ingredients: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Niacin, Vitamin B-12, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Potassium, Moringa Oleifera, Murraya Koenigii, and Curcuma Longa. Extras: Titanium Dioxide, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide, and Magnesium Stearate.*
Please note when you go to this products website, you will be told “free trial” but note this only lasts for 21 days, and then you will be charged $44.95 every other month for two 60 count bottles unless you contact them to cancel prior to your “free trial” expiring. On the website it says, “Cancel anytime by emailing [email protected] or calling 888-784-9315.”
Always be careful with these type of businesses because if you lose track of time and forget to cancel you will automatically be enrolled into an auto shipment program and then will have to deal with returning the product and return process itself.back to menu ↑
What’s The Word?
Because this product is so new to the market, there are no outside reviews from customers who have purchased or tried it. NatureThin’s main website does not have reviews from their “customers” either. It is void of any feedback, and full of random yet empty research promises. For example, they say “We teamed up with the top research facilities and spent over a year in R&D to create a weight loss product that actually works – NatureThin™. Over 200 botanicals sold worldwide for weight loss were put to the test.”* (1) While this sounds really great, it would be nicer if it was supported by insight of who those top researchers were and show clinical studies if the claim is that it is proven to work. There are no customer testimonials so makes me wonder who is it proven by?
On the main site they are more concerned with getting you to sign up for their free trial than actually selling the product based off of real success stories. Without customer success stories you then lack customer support, which for most people is probably key to success. There is no mention of any customer support groups on the main page or by searching for it online.back to menu ↑
What Does NatureThin Offer?
NatureThin offers you a new diet pill that has not been tried and tested or at least does not have any proof to show for yet, and they offer you a free 21-day trial. It is said to be an all natural weight loss solution with no side effects, but everyone’s bodies react differently to supplements and vitamins alike so be sure to consult with your doctor prior to taking any new supplements or starting any new weight loss program. The only thing you will have to pay for with the free trial is $5.95 for shipping costs, and then you are free to decide if you like the supplement and suggested nutritional program or not.
The scientific backing for this product seems promising, but it does not seem to be publicly available. They talk a lot about their studies, and 200 tested botanicals but they never go beyond that information. It would be nice to know which 200 botanicals were tested, or who did their studies or where can they be found. It would not be very hard to add a tab with scientific evidence on their website, but unfortunately they fail to give that to the customer. Let’s hope that as the company grows they can back up their promises.
Their return policy:
“All sales after the first 30 days from shipment of the first bottle(s) are final. To request a return processing number, please contact [email protected] with your name in the email used when purchasing your product.”*(1)
Is NatureThin Worth A Try?
For one bottle of this product (aside from the free trial) you will pay $44.95 plus shipping, which is not cheap. In this competitive market the company failed to give the customer actual evidence about their research, and merely mentioned it. There was not anymore information past their large claims, which leads me to believe the studies were far fetched. On top of the scientific evidence sounding really good with evidence behind it, there are absolutely no customer voices to vouch for the pills and their effectiveness. In a competitive market such as the diet pill industry it is nice to see people on the program, but when no one is to be found, red flag is raised for me.
The ingredient list looks somewhat promising with its natural substances, and there does not appear to be any nasty side effects. There are no social media sites to connect into for support either. Overall, this is a new product with very minimal backing from customers, and shallow scientific evidence as to whether the product works or not. I do like the fact that they are cautious and do say that weight loss won’t come off just with the product, but with proper nutrition and exercise. Nutrition always has to be the key ingredient no matter what diet plan you choose to try.