January 17, 2017
The “gastric bypass pill”, Zetacap advertises apparently exclusively on TV. Third party websites that advertise it cannot be reached, nor do they provide a full ingredients list anywhere. In fact, they really don’t provide any type of guarantee either. Come to think of it, we haven’t actually seen a Zetacap commercial in quite a while. From its description, it seemed to contain a certain amount of glucomannan, a common appetite suppressant. But it never specified this for sure. And glucomannan requires at least 1000mg to function as an appetite suppressant. What are the chances that it really does this…. Either way, it seems that Zetacap has been discontinued, probably due to seriously dwindling sales. Should it reappear, we would not suggest buying it. We also suspect that a new “Zanocap” has replaced it, which again we would not suggest buying.