Ultra Diet Pep 2000 Review

by The Diet Critic on November 25, 2013

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Ultra Diet Pep 2000 is a dietary supplement and plan from Natural Balance. It works as both an appetite suppressant and a fat blocker. According to the Ultra Diet Pep 2000 product page on the official Natural Balance website, this supplement has been designed to offer dieters with “nutritive support for healthy metabolism” and also assists in providing a renewed sense of wellbeing and confidence.

This supplement contains citrin and DynaChrome chromium, which is believed to assist in appetite suppression, particularly in regard to foods that contain high amounts of sugars and fats. It can also block the production of new fat. The inhibiting of fat production results from blocking the enzyme that causes fat storage in the human body. DynaChrome helps to regulate blood sugar levels, which, in turn, helps to reduce the desire to snack between meals. Natural Balance recommends dieters use the Ultra Diet Pep 2000 supplement with the Natural Balance Diet Plan.

Ultra Diet Pep 2000 is made up of a propriety blend of the following ingredients: Kola Nut (seed extract contains caffeine), Guarna (seed extract containing caffeine), Eleuthero (root), Passion Flower (aerial portion extract), Gotu Kola (aerial portion extract), Licorice (root), Dandelion (leaf), and Wild Yam (rhizome). Other ingredients in the product include: Citrin (Garcinia cambogia [fruit extract] standardized to 50% HCA), Choline (as Choline Bitartrate), Inositol, Iodine (as Potassium Iodine), Pantothenic Acid (as d-Calcium Pantothenate), Chrominium (DynaChrome) (as Arginate/Chelidamate), Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), and Vitamin B-6 (as Pyridoxine HCI).

Each bottle contains 60 Vegetarian capsules. Users are directed to take four capsules daily, two at mid-morning and two during mid afternoon, preferably on an empty stomach.


This product is a dietary supplement that is vegetarian-friendly and can be purchased without a prescription. It is relatively inexpensive and it is not difficult to obtain at a discount. The product label does warn users to keep their healthcare practitioner informed when using Ultra Diet Pep 2000. The official Natural Balance product page provides practical suggestions, tips, and examples related to diet and exercise that may be helpful when it comes to dieting in general or when using this product.


At the time of this writing, although you can view the product label online at other sites, this is not possible on the Ultra Diet Pep 2000 product page on the official Natural Balance site. Furthermore, information about this product and its ingredients are lacking. No medical or scientific research or studies have been provided to back up any claims that this supplement will help with weight management.

This product contains dandelion leaf, which is a diuretic. Diuretics only cause water weight loss, not fat loss, and losing this weight is only temporary. Diuretics can be dangerous because they can lead to dehydration if the person taking them is not careful to drink sufficient amounts of water to stay hydrated, especially when exercising. In addition, this product contains more than one ingredient with caffeine and is, therefore, a stimulant. While taking this product, users should avoid ingesting other caffeinated foods and beverages, such as coffee, tea, and cola. Excessive amounts of caffeine can lead to many negative side effects, such as insomnia, nervousness, anxiety, headache, gastrointestinal problems, and more.

Additionally, while it is recommended that the capsules should be taken on an empty stomach, it also says to take them mid-morning, which leaves one to question how long they should wait before eating breakfast.

This product cannot be used by everyone, especially by those who have an allergy to any of the ingredients, as well as women who are pregnant or nursing. Anyone considering taking Natural Balance’s Ultra Diet Pep 2000 is strongly urged to speak with their healthcare provider first.

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