September 1, 2015
VITAL Weight Loss XL Review
I’ve reviewed a lot of products, and while there are a lot of red flags, warnings, and rules to note, one of the most obvious is the “homeopathic medicine” scam. According to Wikipedia, “remedies are prepared starting with active ingredients which are often serially diluted to the point where the finished product no longer contains any biologically active ingredients.”
Take a hint! VITAL Weight Loss XL does not have any “biologically active ingredients” left. I’ve had a hard time finding products that use the clinically proven amounts with ingredients like green tea, garcinia cambogia, evodiamine, and other clinically proven options. Add to that the fact that VITAL Weight Loss XL does not have fat burners like evodiamine or appetite suppressants like glucomannan in the first place, and it just makes it more obvious.
Why You Might Buy VITAL Weight Loss XL
• Tastes alright
• Does not require a pill
• Probably won’t cause side effects
Why You Might Not Buy VITAL Weight Loss XL
• Costs more than your average homeopathic scam
• Does not have any clinically proven weight loss ingredients
• Probably does not have any “active ingredients” at all
• Might cause stomach upset
Overall Impression of VITAL Weight Loss XL
VITAL Weight Loss XL shows so many warning signs of a bad product. It uses homeopathic approaches, which basically guarantees that you will not get results. But there is more to it. VITAL Weight Loss XL lists a lot of different ingredients that are clearly a waste and demonstrates that while it may be basically safe, safety and results do not always walk hand in hand.