May 22, 2013
Meratol is a weight loss supplement that is supposed to help you not only increase your basal metabolic rate, but also decrease your appetite and allow you to eat fewer calories each day.
Meratol does have an ingredient called capsicum, which is a pretty small time fat burner. It’s nothing like caffeine, because for one thing the only side effects are heartburn and indigestion. But it is not as strong as caffeine either. Either way, I understand why many still prefer a caffeine free approach.
Meratol is what I refer to as a one hit wonder. Capsicum is the only active fat burner in Meratol, and if anything, the other ingredients could cause side effects. There is really no way of knowing because of Meratol does not list ingredients, it lists groups of ingredients. And Meratol does not even have a proprietary blend. There are no doses listed.
To top it off, while Meratol only sells in the UK anyway, Meratol does not have a money back guarantee. It does not give you a way to get your money back when Meratol does not work for you. Why? Because obviously Meratol knows that if you had that option, you would use it.
Overall Impression of Meratol
Meratol is supposed to be an impressive approach, and why not. Why shouldn’t a diet pill help people in the UK to lose weight and finally get some revolutionary results? But truth be told, Meratol is just like most diet pills. Most diet pills are just another disappointment. It’s not at all surprising that Meratol is that average.