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Nuvoryn is a diet pill which it is claimed will help lose weight quickly and easily, it is made by a company called Nathans Naturals which bases itself in England. The pills contain natural ingredients which encourage appetite control within the body, boost your metabolism and increase energy levels, all of which combined, the makers say, should help you lose weight.
The pills have received very negative reviews from the leading diet pill review site:http://dietpill-reviews.co.uk/nuvoryn/, as well as from customers themselves, it has been claimed these pills go so far as to give the diet pill industry a bad name. This guide will help you make your own mind up whether these pills are the miracle weight loss cure or just a scam.
What is Nuvoryn and how does it work?
The makers claim that the Nuvoryn pills contain all natural ingredients combining several herbs and berries. Listed ingredients include, silicon dioxide, guarana, Acai berry, Siberian ginseng, pomegranate, magnesium stearate, and green tea. The idea behind Nuvoryn is that all of these ingredients combine with each other to boost your metabolism and reduce hunger pains, both of which are of course very useful during a diet. Some of those included ingredients are proven metabolism boosters such as green tea, a faster metabolism is useful because this is the rate at which we digest food, meaning less food is left as excess calories.
Boosting your metabolism seems to be how the makers, Nathans Naturals, would suggest Nuvoryn helps you lose weight. Their website is, as you would expect, full of hyperbole and positive language suggesting Nuvoryn is the miracle cure. They claim that the pills have excellent standing in the medical community and their diet pill is a proven weight loss agent despite backing neither claim up with evidence, clinical trial results or facts.
Nuvoryn contains two ingredients which contain caffeine, Guarana and Yerba Maté. Guarana is a fruit whilst Yerba Maté is a plant, both are high in caffeine and used in soft drinks in South America. Guarana fruit contain approximately twice the amount of caffeine as a coffee bean. Caffeine, whilst being an addictive substance, also acts to increase the heart rate which helps your body carry out functions quicker and gives your metabolism a boost. However this pill claims to increase the heart rate and reduce appetite, which can be dangerous for those with high blood pressure or serious heart
There has been mixed feedback on internet review sites about whether there are side effects to this pill or not, Dietpill-reviews.co.uk claim there are no side effects, one of the few positives to Nuvoryn. While others claim that feelings of tiredness and fatigued have been felt whilst taking these diet pills, this of course could be true but could also just be side effects of any diet which limits food intake. However tiredness and fatigue are surprising given that the makers of Nuvoryn claim that it should increase energy but lower appetite.
There have also been reports of the ingredients of the diet pill not mixing well with everyday foods which has brought on feelings such as nausea and even nervous, jittery feelings. There is concern about the high caffeine levels in some of the ingredients of Nuvoryn too so, as with any diet pill or strict diet regime, it would be a good idea to check with your doctor to see if he or she thinks there may be any dangers in your taking of any diet pill.
If you went purely by the official website of Nuvoryn you would think that no customer had ever given the pills a bad review and that many doctors approve and even prescribe the pills. However this seems opposite to many reviews, many customer reviews online suggest that they do not work and many have complained about money being taken but no pills being received which should start alarm bells ringing about not only the company but the pills and their effectiveness too.
Those who have received the pills, many have seen weight loss of around a pound or two during the first couple of weeks but then weight loss trails off. The reported energy boost has also been negligible according to many customers. The majority of customers also report very poor customer service, those who do not receive the pills say that there are no replies to phone calls and emails whilst those who have got through on the phone claim to have their messages passed on with no reply, leading many to claim these diet pills are a mere scam.
Does Nuvoryn work?
It is hard to tell whether these diet pills actually work given that it would appear a number of customers never actually receive their diet pills despite having given their money. Reviews of the pills are almost entirely negative, with many sites giving the pills one star reviews and claiming it is a scam, that the pills do not actually do much work anyway.
Despite the all natural ingredients there are still health concerns and reports of side effects which do not aide a diet but actually make it much harder. The price tag of almost £30 is yet another negative, with many of the ingredients simply being fruit, you’re probably better off just to go to the supermarket and get fruit. Nuvoryn is not a trustworthy diet pill and should be avoided or at the very least should be taken only after seeking a reliable doctor’s advice and go ahead.
An overview of weight loss and diet pills can be found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weight_loss