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Zenitrim

A natural root fiber that may encourage weight loss.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

Zenitrim is a weight loss supplement that allows you to have your cake and eat it too. This product features a special plant fiber called Konjac that block the absorption of carbohydrates and eliminates them from your body. The Konjac root fiber, when combined with water, becomes a thick appetite-suppressing gel in your stomach that eventually passes out of your system.

The supplement claims to help you also remove toxins from your body and activate those "I'm full" feelings in your brain before you can overeat.

Zenitrim does not contain caffeine and it is recommended that you use this supplement in conjunction with a doctor-approved healthy diet and exercise program.

PRO
  • Contains natural ingredients
  • Endorses using product with a healthy diet and regular exercise
CON
  • Natural is not always safe
  • May cause uncomfortable side effects
  • May be associated with esophageal and gastrointestinal obstructions
INGREDIENTS

Zenitrim contains 1400mg of glucomannan, which is a proprietary blend of Konjac root fiber.

ADMINISTRATION

Two capsules of Zenitrim are taken with water one hour before a meal.

DIET and EXERCISE

The product manufacturers, MicroNutra, recommend that you use this product along with a healthy diet and a regular exercise routine. Since the product eliminates many of the nutrients you receive from food, you should also take a daily multivitamin to ensure that your body is getting the nutrients it needs.

CONCLUSION

Zenitrim is a weight loss supplement that contains konjac root fiber, a natural laxative that forms a gel around the food you eat and passes it through your digestive system. But there is scant evidence that supports the use konjac root fiber for weight loss and there have been instances of esophageal and gastrointestinal obstruction reported after taking konjac root.

If you are curious about Zenitrim, you are strongly encouraged to talk to your doctor before taking this supplement.

Common Misspellings

Zenatrim, Xenatrim, Zinatrim, Zinitrim, Zenitrin, Xenitrim


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