I am going to answer this bit by bit lol.
This right here is the red flag for total bs. I do not mean bs on your part of course because you are just searching around but it is all a marketing ploy, a lie, a method of advertisement. Health marketing, especially weight loss, revolves around making things seem easy and simple and having the idea that something is a "cure". The simple fact is that there is nothing that works as a "cure" for weight loss except backbreaking hard work over a very long period of time.an all natural weight loss supplement
As for the product itself the second something says "natural" they are lieing. Natural is the plant, root, leaf, stem, branch itself...not a liquid/caplet/powder made in a lab and placed in a bottle and sold by a company. If you want natural you eat that leaf, that twig, that fungus covered root...that is natural. The reason those extracts are listed is because people believe in things like "well fruit is good for you so this must work!" and the bigger the words the less likely people are to question it. I am not implying that you are a person that takes information like "it works!" from a random website and believes it is true information, I am just saying that is how marketing works...playing on the idea that there is a cure in something as simple as a fruit extract. It does not work like that in the real scientific world. It just sounds good to list 60 different extracts 15 different plants and throw in some words like "clinical trial" "doctors" "nutritionists" so that it appears to be a wicked weight loss formula.
It is, unfortunately. Weight loss is not as easy as popping a pill and doing some pushups. It takes far more dedication, time, and patience than most people are willing to give.this just seems to good to be true...
It is quite simple to write that but if anyone asks for the real study they will get either the silent treatment or "well our customers say it works so we do not need to provide anything" or they give a report that can be ripped apart by anyone in the real scientific community. Things like this usually fail in the get-go because of methodologies or products themselves or 'accidenly' missing data. Natural cures are hard to have significant science to back them up which is why there is so little out there to believe.there was a clinical study on users of cellan and the average person lost 28 lbs in 10 weeks. all you have to do is take 2 capsules in the morning & one in the afternoon (as well as maintain good diet & excercise habits) and POOF! the weight will disappear.
A dietary supplement will alter whatever that particular vitamin or mineral alters. The additional junk and garbage that supplements add are the problem, any chemical dyes or preservatives and such. Vitamin C will act as vitamin C for example, you can change the label all you want but if it is real vitamin c it will work the same in an orange as it does in a vitamin supplement (key word is "real" vitamin c, if it is a fake like online products do so many times then it is not going to act the same).is it safe for a dietary supplement to alter the level of hormones in your body, even if they claim to be all natural?
It is simply another marketing example of how people get pulled into false weight loss programs. There is never going to be a pill version of weight loss. The other thing to consider is the danger of buying pharmaceuticals online. Vitamins, minerals and supplements are still pharmaceuticals, you would be buying drugs online. Not a safe method especially when the goal of that website is to take your money. They are not in the business to sell a good safe product they just want your money and they will write all the fancy stuff, put up flashy website banners, and photoshop people in pictures to make the weight loss seem real all in an attempt to get your money. You must be extremely careful when buying drugs online, people selling things hardly have an idea of what they are actually selling and as a customer you have no idea if you are getting actual pharmaceuticals or a pill of sugar (done quite often actually). Not knowing what you are ingesting, especially if it comes from an online drug source can actually land you in the hospital due to unknown compounds in the said pill.i am seriously considering it but i'd like to outweigh all the pros and cons before jumping the gun on anything, especially when it comes to my health. but the fact that it claims to helps you lose weight, lower cholesterol & reduce inflammation sounds like a cure all in my book.
Overall it is not a good idea to think that anything but old fashioned good diet and hard exercise can help you lose weight. Online companies want money and they will flash up everything to make it seem like their product is the one and only cure. If it sounds too good to be true then it is.