January 31, 2015
Promising to help you lose “up to 20 pounds of pure body fat in the next 30 days or less”, Nitetrim focuses on the idea that they will eliminate up to 1000 calories per day, boost energy, and reduce cravings. They also claim to target stress and the related obesity. For reference, a pound of fat is equal to a gallon in size. This is why most experts suggest that you lose 1-2 pounds per week. 20 pounds in 30 days would be largely water weight, if it were achieved at all. But of course, they offer a “free trial offer” to get you into a difficult to cancel auto ship program.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action
Nitetrim ingredients include chromium picolinate, hoodia, apple cider vinegar, garcinia cambogia, ginger, cayenne, bladderwrack, bromelain, and mustard seed. Just as their claim of a significant number of pounds in weight loss would suggest, Nitetrim uses ingredients such as apple cider vinegar, that would encourage the body to shed easily lost, but also easily gained water weight. Other ingredients used, like hoodia, aren’t actually proven to do anything at all.
Overall Impression of Nitetrim:
We wouldn’t be particularly surprised were the FTC to issue a warning or even a suit against the makers of Nitetrim. Their claims are not only very specific, but impossible to fulfill, especially given their weak formula.