January 17, 2017
Diet Defense Review
Diet Defense ingredients include Abies Canadensis, Anacardium Orientale, Argentum Metallicum, Adrenocorticotropin Hormone, Hypothalamus, Ignatia Amara, Lycopodium Clavatum, Phosphorus, Pituitarum, Sabadilla, Staphysagria, Sulphur, Thyroidinum, Veratrum Album.
Diet Defense uses a blend of ingredients specifically meant for use in homeopathic medicine. They promise that it will help you to suppress appetite and achieve multiple other positive benefits. They use ingredients that have been said to improve metabolism through the thyroid gland and improve HGH production for better health and fat burning. But these benefits have never been proven in any given setting.
But any benefits that could be had are negated by the fact that they use what is called homeopathic medicine. Homeopathic medicine sounds good in theory. And they even say it’s accepted by the FDA. There is no natural supplement accepted by the FDA. And the FDA has publically called homeopathic medicine “junk science.”
Homeopathy dilutes one drop of any active ingredient used into 100 drops of water. They mix this around, take one drop, and then dilute that into 100 drops of water. They literally repeat this hundreds of different times. The likelihood of getting any active ingredients is slim to none. And the likelihood of getting amounts significant enough to see results is non-existent.
Overall Impression of Diet Defense
Diet Defense makes bold claims, even bringing in the FDA without technically calling their product “FDA approved.” It’s assumed by most consumers. But what you can be sure of is the fact that Diet Defense does not have the clinically proven ingredients or amounts needed to promote weight loss results. It may be safe. But you are sacrificing results for safety. There’s no point to using a product that doesn’t work.