It’s all about the belly fat for the CentrileanGreen Tea
Konjac Root-A perennial plant that is cultivated in Japan. Some studies have shown that konjac root is effective for helping control cholesterol levels and blood sugar levels.
Green Tea- One of the more common diet pill ingredients, green tea is actually a really good ingredient. Known for its fat-buring ability, it has become popular as of late and for good reason.
No information is not a good sign
CentriLEAN isn’t exactly straightforward when it comes to disclosing what exactly makes up this diet pill. They are very clear about the fact that it does not contain ephedra, but when it comes to actual ingredients, all they say is “CentriLEAN is a proprietary all natural ingredient that comes from the Konjac Root.” Your guess is as good as mine when it comes to what this cryptic statement means.
More often than not, when companies use this type of language it is just a ploy to not have to disclose the exact ingredients in a diet pill. They also mention that CentriLEAN contains a “revolutionary supplement” that contains green tea and that is also a multivitamin, but again, no additional information is given. It all seems highly suspicious to me.
It’s not just the ingredients where this company does not disclose a lot of information-it’s pretty much every aspect of their marketing strategy. A lot of effort is given to pointing out that CentriLEAN has been clinically studied, but nowhere on the entire website are there any details of a study at all. On the FAQ page it is mentioned that konjac root has been the subject of many clinical studies, but the information stops there. What this says to me is that this diet pill has not been actually tested.
If this company would like to prove me wrong, by all means show us the results of the study that was supposedly conducted. Until then, I don’t believe that CentriLEAN has been tested at all.
There are a variety of offers on the CentriLEAN website. The offer they push the most is to try CentriLEAN for $1. They will send you a 60-count bottle for $1 PLUS two more jumbo bottles that will cost you $29.99 each after 30 days. While this isn’t quite an autoship program, it’s pretty annoying that they send you the other bottles. You can, however, purchase just one 30-count bottle for $40.00 plus $6.99 shipping and handling. I have seen people selling Centrilean on eBay for way cheap, definitely worth checking out.
This company offers a 30-day guarantee. While this is better than no guarantee, we prefer to have a 60- or 90-day guarantee.
If this company would actually stand behind what they say and show us the results for the study that they say was independently conducted, I’d be more than willing to give this product a try. But in reality, this is just another diet pill company touting false claims and trying to hide information. Save yourself some trouble and don’t give this company the time of day.