Meratol Review

by The Diet Critic on March 21, 2018

Meratol Review
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Meratol: Advanced Weight Management Complex, is a non-prescription diet pill manufactured by Marlia Health that boosts metabolism. It has gained a lot of positive attention, particularly from celebrities. According to the official website, Meratol “can enhance every aspect of your weight loss!”

Meratol is marketed as a metabolism booster. It is designed to increase the body’s metabolic rate by accelerating the rate at which the body digests food and turns it into energy. What this means is that more food is converted into energy and less of it becomes unused fat.

This diet supplement contains three key ingredients. They are Cacti-Nea, ID-aIG, and Capsicum. Each of these three ingredients has undergone clinical studies. Cacti-Nea has been found to increase water weight loss and to reduce fat gain. It has also shown to have some beneficial effect on certain cellulite. ID-aIG is a seaweed extract. It can help decrease fat and weight gain that result from overeating when following a reduced caloric diet. Capsicum is a common ingredient found in non-prescription fat burners. It is a hot red pepper extract regarded as being a powerful fat burner and good for boosting energy.

Each bottle of Meratol contains 60 capsules. According to the directions, users are to take 2 capsules in the morning, once per day, before breakfast. It is meant to be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise.

Meratol Pros

Meratol diet pills use ingredients that have been scientifically studied to determine their effects on weight loss in humans. At the time of this review, the official website makes reference to medical studies and also provides PDF links to each study referenced. The website contains detailed information about the product, as well as an FAQ section and testimonials. This product can be ordered from the site and offers different packages and worldwide shipping, with some customers being eligible for free shipping.

Meratol Cons

While it is possible to lose weight when taking Meratol, there is no clinical evidence that the actual diet supplement itself will lead to you losing weight or that it will help you manage your weight. The weight you are likely to lose will be the result of following a low calorie diet and engaging in exercise. Furthermore, while the ingredient Cacti-Nea may lead to a decrease in water weight, this will only cause weight loss for the short-term as water that is lost will eventually be regained. In addition, Meratol contains caffeine, which makes it a stimulant.

This diet pill contains gelatin and is, therefore, not vegan or vegetarian-friendly. It is also not suitable for anyone who has a heart condition or pregnant or breast feeding women. It is in your best interest to consult with your healthcare provider before taking this product.

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