Zotrim is a herbal supplement that promises to be ‘clinically proven to aid in weight loss.’ But does it really work? This review will tell you everything you need to know about this supplement, who invented it, and whether or not it can help you lose weight. However, rest assured that we are NOT dealing with a scam. So, if you’re interested in using this supplement, sit back and read this review all the way through. So, without further ado, let’s get started!
The Zotrim supplement has been available since at least 2001. It advertises itself as the supplement that would help you stop your cravings and reduce your appetite, resulting in weight loss. In reality, Zotrim bills itself as a “clinically proven appetite suppressor,” outperforming prescription medications in clinical testing. This assertion will be investigated further in the scientific portion of this review.
Zotrim has a large number of testimonials confirming that their supplement works. Four of them are accompanied by before-and-after photographs. I checked those photographs out, and happily, they are authentic and not available anywhere on the internet. So, that’s a positive sign!
According to their website, the Zotrim supplement can assist you:
- Maintain control over hunger and food cravings
- Reduce frequent nibbling – Break unhealthy eating habits – Assist you in losing weight and keeping it off “for good” even without a diet
According to Zotrim, their supplement is safe, convenient, unobtrusive, and simple to use. They also claim that their supplement has been “trusted and chosen by thousands of slimmers around the world for nearly two decades.”
The Science of Zotrim Supplement
The science behind the Zotrim supplement is straightforward. To them, the only way to lose weight is to reduce your calorie intake through eating. Then add exercise to the mix, and presto… easy weight loss!
You must control your urges and hunger to reduce your calorie consumption. This is when Zotrim enters the picture. As previously said, the Zotrim supplement is intended to assist you decrease your appetite, hunger, excessive snacking, and other food cravings. They claim that their supplement has been ‘clinically proven’ to be extremely beneficial… and they even offered scientific research papers on their supplement to back up their claim.
Here are a few examples of scientific papers:
- In this study, participants who took Zotrim (represented as YGD in the paper) before a buffet ate less and stopped eating 3 minutes earlier than those who received a placebo.
- In this study, participants who took Zotrim stayed fuller for longer (58 minutes) than those who took a placebo (38 minutes).
- In this study, 65% of participants reported being frequently hungry and snacking excessively in between meals. However, just 15% of those who took Zotrim for four weeks stated that they continued to snack excessively.
None of these studies appear to be the work of the same group of researchers, indicating that they are the work of independent researchers with no conflicts of interest. Most importantly, because relatively few supplements are supported by actual clinical research, Zotrim deserves some credit for this accomplishment.
Zotrim contains the following ingredients:
Yerba Mate is a South American plant that is extensively used in herbal medicine and drunk as tea. According to Zotrim, yerba mate has “more antioxidants than green tea” and boosts energy levels after exercise. They then quote this patent, which claims that yerba mate can block the formation of new fat cells, hence preventing rebound weight gain.
Other research associating yerba mate to weight loss are also highlighted by Healthline. WebMD, on the other hand, believes that more research is needed because previous studies have “insufficient proof.”
Guarana is a South American tree seed. Caffeine is the primary component, and the weight loss effects of caffeine are well-known.
Guarana, according to Zotrim, contributes to weight loss when coupled with Yerba Mate and the following item we’ll discuss.
Damiana is a plant found in portions of South America and the Caribbean. Damiana is a well-known mood stabilizer, which means it will help you avoid emotional eating, according to Zotrim. They then suggest that damiana is most effective for weight loss when taken with Yerba Mate and Guarana.
Each Zotrim tablet contains 112mg Yerba Mate extract, 95mg Guarana extract, and 36mg Damiana extract. There is currently no recommended dose.
Zotrim also contains the following active ingredients:
- Caffeine added
- Vitamins B3 (Niacin)
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin C (Zotrim Plus)
- Inulin produced from chicory (Zotrim Plus)
How Should Zotrim Be Used?
The company suggests taking two to three Zotrim tablets with water a few minutes before each meal.
The maker of Zotrim Plus recommends combining a full scoop with 200ml of water before each meal or whenever you feel hungry.
For optimal results, take Zotrim with a healthy diet and regular exercise. However, the maker claims that the supplement can still work without a diet.
Who Should Not Take Zotrim?
According to the manufacturer, Zotrim is appropriate for anyone who is struggling to lose weight because of frequent hunger and food cravings, inability to stay to a diet, and rebound weight gain. However, you should not use this supplement if you are under the age of 18, pregnant, nursing, or allergic to any of the ingredients stated.
Are There Any Negative Side Effects?
The manufacturer makes no mention of any adverse effects related with their product. However, because this supplement already contains an amount similar to a cup of coffee, you should limit your consumption of caffeinated goods while taking it.
Where Can I Buy Zotrim?
Go to the official website: https://zotrim.com/
- This article is just passing along some helpful information.
- This article does not intend to provide professional medical advice
- These claims have not been evaluated by the FDA
- If you suffer from allergies or medical condition, it is always important to consult a doctor before consuming.