Glucofast Review 2014: Side Effects & Ingredients
Glucofast is the most effective natural solution that helps you reverse weight gain Once And For All!” (website).
This Glucofast review will determine the truth behind these claims to help you decide if Glucofast diet pills are the right choice for you.
The following ingredients are included in Glucofast diet pills in a proprietary formula.
You will note that not only does Glucofast fail to list how much of each ingredient is included, they also fail to list the total amount of the proprietary formula.
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Juniper Berries
- Gymnema Sylvestre
- Chromium Chelate
- Bitter Melon
L-Carnitine is an amino acid which is supposed to help break down fats. However, there is no clinical evidence to prove this.
Alpha Lipoic Acid is an antioxidant found in foods such as broccoli and spinach. Many diet pills include alpha lipoic acid, noting its great importance to overall health.
Studies have found, however, that the human body creates enough alpha lipoic acid on its own.
Gymnema Sylvestre has been used for centuries to help control blood sugar levels. It has been proven to contribute to weight loss.
Chromium is pushed by many diet pill companies who claim chromium helps reduce insulin resistance. However, studies on chromium have found opposing results.
The Glucofast website claims the following, “We took the time to scientifically query past users of Glucofast™ about their results, and this is what we found to be true:
97.6% of all people who used Glucofast™ as directed reported beneficial results including positive weight loss and increased energy!”
It is interesting they use the term “scientifically”–since when has polling people been considered scientific evidence?
If they really wanted to prove their product works, Glucofast would conduct a real clinical study instead of just asking people for their opinions.
Supposedly, “Glucofast’s Potent Formula:
- Maintains Healthy Glucose Levels
- Increases Energy Levels
- Promotes Healthy Weight Loss”
Is this all based on people’s opinions as well? Probably, considering Glucofast has not done any actual clinical trials on their product. They have no way of scientifically backing up any of their claims.
Glucofast costs $74.95 per bottle (with a discount for buying in bulk). Depending on the dosage you take (between 2 to 4 capsules per day depending on your weight), one bottle will last 2-4 weeks.
This is extremely expensive. There is NO evidence that Glucofast actually works.
They don’t want consumers to know how little of each ingredient is included and they try to mislead consumers into believing they have done scientific research.
Glucofast only gives refunds on unopened bottles which are returned within 30 days of ordering. Thus, if you only purchase one bottle, you cannot get a refund. Also, they have a re-stocking fee of 20%.
If you want to return Glucofast you have to first call and talk to a customer service representative to be sure they will accept the product back. Glucofast will NOT accept a return if you have an allergic reaction to the product.
This Glucofast review finds Glucofast is misleading in their marketing and is not worth your money.
Don’t be fooled by their outrageous claims; similar claims are made by dozens of other diet pills.
Look for a diet pill that includes proven ingredients in proven amounts, one that has actual scientific data to back it up.
You may want to consider a product such as Phen375 if you want something better.Glucofast Review 2014: Side Effects & Ingredients by Miriam Jones