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Zylotrim

A natural diet pill seen on television; but is it really safe?

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

With special ingredients to increase the fat-burning enzymes that help you lose weight, Zylotrim is a weight loss supplement that can help reduce body fat.

As seen on television, Zylotrim contains all natural ingredients; although neither the website nor customer service contact line offer the ingredient information. Zylotrim claims that it can help you lose up to 200 percent more weight and it also claims that no side effects are experienced with taking this product.

It is recommended that you take Zylotrim for at least two months to achieve your intended results.

PRO
  • May help to kick start a weight loss program
CON
  • Unknown ingredient claims
  • Makes extremely exaggerated weight loss claims
  • Natural is not always safe
  • Weight loss will be temporary
  • May cause side effects
  • Does not suggest that you follow a diet or exercise program
INGREDIENTS

Zylotrim may contain yams and 3-acetyl-7-oxodehydroepiandrosterone.

ADMINISTRATION

One weight loss capsule with an 8 oz. glass of water is the dosage recommended for people who need to lose a few pounds. However, for people who wish to lose more weight in less time – two weight loss capsules can be taken at one time, twice daily.

You should not exceed four capsules in one 24-hour period.

DIET and EXERCISE

There are no diet or exercise guidelines to follow while taking this product.

CONCLUSION

Even though Zylotrim is popular enough to be sold on television, this weight loss pill carries with it many red flags which should be heeded before considering purchasing it.

Its lack of ingredient information, unhelpful customer service phone support and its unsubstantiated health claims reflects the quality of this diet pill.

Common Misspellings

xylotrim, zilotrim, zylo trim, zylotrin, zyloprim, zylotrime, zylatrim, zyotrim



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(Page 1 of 1, 3 total comments)

jaggerbabwin

not too bad

posted Aug 13th, 2010 1:20 pm


kay

I just recently started using this pill, and I do feel my stomach hurting very badly if i do try and force myself to eat alot(which is my problem anyway) but it is helping me by preventing me to do that. SO i think it works.

posted Apr 24th, 2010 7:21 pm


MVM

I exercise regularly, but I do enjoy food too much. This product helped me lose 13 lbs. without side effects. Just an FYI, it helps control your appetite and stop the craving for decedent foods.

posted Dec 1st, 2009 4:26 pm



   
 

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