LINDA Review

by The Diet Critic on December 22, 2017

LINDA Review
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LINDA is a weight loss supplement designed for both men and women. It claims to be an FDA Approved herbal diet pill that has been formulated as a natural fast-working fat burner and appetite suppressant. It is manufactured by a company called New Time. The claim is that the product’s formula “is an ancient recipe for weight loss and body cleansing, written by Tibetan monks in the ninth century AD.” LINDA supposedly helps fight against hereditary obesity, postpartum obesity, obesity from consuming large amounts of calories, obesity linked to age-related changes and beer belly.

The following were the ingredients in LINDA when this review was written: Dandelion, Rhaponticum carthamoides, Corn silk, Laminaria sugary, Birch leafy, Peppermint, Beans, Hibiscus, Buckthron, Horestail and Lactose. A single serving size is equal to 1 capsule. The amount of each ingredient used in the formula was not listed on the product label. No recommended dosage instructions could be found when this review was written, either.

Each ingredient in this “recipe” supposedly provides a benefit. For instance, horsetail is believed to cleanse the body and stimulate the peristalsis bowel. Beans are a good source of fiber and can cleanse the body of toxins. Rhaponticum carthamoides can boost mood and improve libido. Buckthorn delivers laxative action. Birch leaf activates the metabolic process. Corn silk lowers appetite. Dandelion is a diuretic and can help improve digestion. Peppermint improves metabolism. Hibiscus may help to burn fat. Laminaria sugary is thought to rejuvenate skin and extend its life.

Pros

LINDA appears to be made in a facility that meets FDA requirements and seems to have many positive reviews from users on Amazon.

Cons

There is no proof that taking LINDA will lead to weight loss or even assist you in losing weight. None of the ingredients in this formula have been scientifically proven to benefit weight loss. Simply because the recipe used may have been invented by Tibetan monks in the ninth century, doesn’t automatically make it effective or safe.

What’s more, this diet pill is little more than a diuretic and laxative. What it’s most likely to help you do is urinate and have more frequent bowel movements. This may lead to the loss of water, which may help slim you down, but water loss is not the same as fat loss and any water weight that is lost will be regained.

Additionally, the integrity of this product and its manufacturer are called into question due to the lack of ingredient amounts listed on the products supplement facts. Furthermore, one of the ads for LINDA is very misleading in that it says “FDA Approved” which it is not. The product is made in a facility that meets the approval of FDA requirements, but this does not mean that the product itself has received FDA approval.

There are better weight loss dietary supplements available on the market. That said, if you feel like you’d like to try LINDA, it would be in your best interest to first consult with your doctor.

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