It's 95 cents I'm ok with a couple bad reviews...It's at 4 stars with 59 reviews.
It's a Great Deal and GREAT Find for 95 cents but it looks like alot of Amazon Verified Purchase say it does not work...I got a bunch of this stuff FREE from a seller a few weeks back and i used it and did nothing...That's just my 2 cents..Good Luck all ..
found one genuine review I guess..
- Out of the first 24 reviews for this product, every single reviewer gave four or five-stars. (These are 24 of the 35 total four and five-star reviews)
- Not one of those first 24 four and five-star reviews is verified through Amazon (meaning that the reviewer did not actually purchase or use this product).
- Of the 10 people who have written negative reviews (one- or two-star reviews), all of those purchases were verified through Amazon.
- The 'manufacturer' of this product, "Nutra Labs, LLC" (also known as "Nutra Health Labs" and "Nutra Labs, Inc."), does not seem to be a real company (there is no contact information or website for such a 'manufacturer', only that they are registered as a 'limited liability company' [LLC].)
- The seller, "DAB Unlimited", is owned by a company called "Potential Dynamix, LLC" which was successfully sued in 2011 for selling fake products on Amazon.
- The fake reviewers are rating this review down on helpfulness. This is the kind of company you are dealing with.
DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT! Look elsewhere for Green Coffee Extract.
lol Because pumping yourself with caffeine for fuel instead of eating is healthy.
Paste a colorful label with "WEIGHT LOSS" in all caps of course, and you'll have flocks of fat/insecure people all over your product.
Doesn't matter what's in it or what it does to your body in the long term.
Yeah, I realize this comes off harsh, but honestly, it's your bodies. I'm just saying it like it is.
Well, to be fair, significantly overweight people typically don't care much about what they put in their bodies, or else they wouldn't be that way to begin with. They also lack the discipline to "do the right thing" in order to correct their situation, thus there exists an entire multi-billion dollar weight loss industry that makes money hand over fist by preying on their insecurities and inability to lose the weight. FYI, I'm not just passing by to judge folks. I, myself, am considered quite obese, with about around 75-100 lbs to lose (I'm not sure what my ideal weight will turn out to be).
I used to be one of the people who would buy this product... always looking for a "way out" of my seemingly unfair and terribly difficult situation. In the 90s, when I was "only" about 50 lbs overweight, I tried Metabolife. For those who don't remember, its main ingredient was ephedra, which is a nervous system stimulant not much different than the effects of cocaine. It worked, for awhile, and I lost about 40 lbs. I was looking and feeling good, if not generally anxious a lot of the time. The problem is, and this is true with ALL of these gimmick weight loss things - especially the ones that work, is that the weight came back. The problem with weight loss only begins at the actual loss; the real battle is keeping it off. If you only temporarily modify a habit of yours, be it choking down uppers, starving yourself, running like a hamster on a treadmill, etc., the moment you stop doing those things, the weight finds you again - and often piles on heavier than before.
For me, weight has always been a struggle. I used to like bad, processed foods. These days I have switched over to mostly organic, whole foods. I'm not going to steer this into a food war - eat whatever you want, but know that by eating processed foods and foods low in fat, high in sugars (and using artificial sweeteners ala diet sodas), you're only doing a disservice to yourself by making yourself hungry all the time. I've also taken up Crossfit, because I found that maintaining a gym membership at a "regular" gym only resulted in a lighter wallet. Yes, Crossfit is more expensive (if you don't count the cost of personal training at a regular gym), but I've gotten far more out of it, because I'm continually encouraged to go. I've made friends there, unlike regular gyms where everybody eyes everyone else either sexually or judgmentally, and I look forward to suffering alongside them three or four times a week.
I've lost almost 50 lbs since I started all of this. At over 300lbs, I decided back in late 2011 that I have had enough. I was miserable - I couldn't even get off the couch without rolling off of it. Now I'm very agile and can actually jump and roll around. I could have lost more - there are folks at my Crossfit gym who lost 100lbs in a year. Everyone's experience varies based on what their body is willing to do + their dedication to the cause. I've fallen many times, both metaphorically and literally, and have had to muster the courage to get back up again and start over. It happens to the best of us.
The key is to find something sustainable that you can do for the rest of your life. Naturally, I don't know that I will Crossfit for the rest of my life, but it leads to other things which are more sustainable, such as an increased interest in outdoor activities. A bottle of pills, some coffee/tea that promises weight loss by suppressing your appetite... these are temporary solutions. They won't get you to where you ultimately want to go. Trust me when I say that eating "clean" is more of an appetite suppressant than any pill could ever be. And, you'll have a healthy, well-functioning body along with tons of energy to boot.
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