May 24, 2013
NutriVeda ingredients include gymnema sylvestre, guggul, turmeric, green tea, amalaki, haritaki, cinnamon, and cayenne.
These ingredients in some ways could promote weight loss. For example, gymnema sylvestre and cinnamon control blood sugar levels. But realistically speaking, controlling blood sugar levels is not going to make a huge difference in terms of weight loss. This being said, they also have guggul, which has been known to build lean muscle mass. The problem is it requires the dark variety and certain amounts. They don’t have either one. We would in fact even with the dark kind prefer that it be the patented GuggulEZ100, but they definitely don’t spend the money for that. This beings said, green tea and cayenne could be fat burners in the right amounts. But not disclosing amounts means for the most part that they don’t have them. So realistically speaking, you can see all of the reasons why this would not work, especially considering that the rest of their ingredients have nothing to do with weight loss in general.
You Should Not TakeNutriVeda If:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease
- You have a family history of medical conditions such as heart disease
- You have caffeine sensitivities
- You have high blood pressure
- You have a liver condition
- You are using an MAO Inhibitor
- You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- irregular heart beat
- loss of appetite
- reduced blood circulation to heart
- raised blood pressure
- increased heart rate
Overall Impression of NutriVeda:
NutriVeda will not promote the greater weight loss results you are looking for. It doesn’t have the right formula really, the right amounts, or anything else. Most of its ingredients in all honestly have nothing to do with weight loss at all. There are plenty of other good products out there. We would definitely suggest that you check those out. It is extremely expensive, and there are products at 1/4 of the price that are more likely to be half way descent.