RealDose Review 2020 - Rip-Off or Worth To Try? Here is Why..
Dr. Steven Sisskind founded RealDose in 2008, and the headquarters are based out of Boulder, Colorado. The company sells expensive weight loss supplements such as a bottle of pills, fish oils, meal replacement shakes, and an antioxidant blend of real reds. The pills, in general, are said to decrease your appetite and remove the four fat burning hormonal barriers.
One bottle of RealDose pills cost $67.00 for a 30-day supply. When calling into their support line, it was rather long and drawn out. At the beginning of the call, it is a long automated script with different numbers to push for what service you need. I simply wanted to speak with a live representative. I hung up and called in again.
When I called back in, I was immediately routed to a representative whose phone line was cutting in and out. I mainly wanted to know about their auto refill program and details about this. You have to sign up every 1-6 months, and you will get a notification ten days before the shipment sends out. To cancel you have to manually log into your account and “pause” as they call it.*back to menu ↑
Do Dieters Lose Weight On RealDose?
The problem I see with the company and its overall vision for weight loss is the fact that they don’t value proper diet and exercise. They claim that you will lose double the weight in place of proper diet and exercise. This makes me feel like the company’s products are trying to be a cop-out to the alternative, which is educating someone on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.* There is no quick fix; there is education about supplements and hard work, amongst a healthy diet and exercise.
There is no scientific evidence behind why the product works in the body to cause weight loss, but there is a blurb about their doctor and his background on the website.
There were a few reviews outside of the website that seemed genuine and helpful regarding the RealDose Products:
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Is RealDose Easy To Follow?
The weight loss pills are natural to take, just like many other supplements out there. You take three pills a day, 30 minutes before your meals. Because the weight loss portion of this company does not promote exercise or healthy lifestyle habits, the pills are going to be easy to take, but the weight will not come off and stay off long term.
This seems like another quick fix to the health crisis we are in, and I would not waste time or money on the investment.* If you need more information when going through the bottle of pills, they sell a book, which includes details on how to use their supplements for weight loss.
The backing for RealDose is in the three natural ingredients, but the way they conducted their clinical research is confusing, to say the least, with sources and definitions everywhere.
There have been numerous reviews about the single products not doing their jobs without incorporating proper diet and exercise.* Because this product is all-natural, there are no significant side effects reported, except for the infrequent set of upset stomachs and digestive problems when taking the supplements.back to menu ↑
Bottom Line: Is RealDose Worth a Try?
When taking a look into their Facebook page, I noticed a large number of followers with little to no activity. The company posts daily on the page but receives a small number of likes, and no comments on any of their posts. Many times, Facebook “likes” will be bought to make the company seem more credible. RealDose products can be purchased on their personal website directly and on Amazon.
They do offer a great money-back guarantee, which takes the initial risk off of the customer when the product does not work for them. Overall, this company promotes fast-acting quick-fix diet pills, and I would not recommend their product for future health and keeping your pounds off long term.