Cyclotrim Review Review
Cyclotrim is promoted as a “drink your way thin” diet solution. I think by “drink your way slim” what they really mean is “drink lots of vitamins, but make no difference in your weight.” Cyclotrim is a tablet that is added to water, and you can drink it throughout the day. It promises to help you lose weight, boost energy, increase mental focus, strengthen your immune system and keep you hydrated. Does it deliver on those promises? One person says “yes.” But literally, it’s just one person. There is only one available customer review for Cyclotrim. One woman says she lost 24 pounds and drinks 4 servings a day. There is no indication as to how long it took her to lose those 24 pounds, or if she was supplementing Cyclotrim with any diet or exercise changes as well.
Cyclotrim Ingredients and Side Effects
- Green Tea Extract
- Folic Acid
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B
Essentially, Cyclotrim contains two ingredients that have modest ties to weight loss results, and a whole lot of vitamins. At first glance, Cyclotrim would have you believe there are no side effects. The only warning that is offered is that you consult with your physician before using if you are pregnant, nursing, or taking other medications. However, when I looked into the side effects of some of the main ingredients, specifically Green Tea Extract and Guarana, the list of side effects was staggering.
Guarana is essentially the natural form of caffeine. They are chemically identical. Guarana should not be combined with anything containing ephedra as this has been known to cause stroke, hemorrhage, and myocardial infarction. Guarana has also been associated with sudden death, increases in heart rate, blood pressure, and potentially dangerous changes in glucose and potassium levels. You should not consume Guarana while using MAO-inhibitors, anticoagulants, or platelet inhibitors, as this may cause bleeding. People with heart conditions, diabetes, high blood pressure, epilepsy, overactive thyroid, anxiety, insomnia, and kidney disease should only use Guarana under the supervision of their doctor. Other side effects of Guarana include jitters, anxiety, headaches, difficulty urinating, vomiting, and abdominal cramps and spasms.
The usage of Green Tea Extract can cause side effects of insomnia, irregular heart palpitation, dizziness, irritability, nausea, vomiting, and stomach cramps.
Cyclotrim has been discontinued from many major vendors and websites, though it appears to still be available through the official Cyclotrim website in the UK. The website is simple, yet confusing. There is really no scientific backing for Cyclotrim, and you have to search to find the return policy. Also, the Cyclotrim website has multiple places where you can “click for a free trial.” Beware of free trials, as they are often ploys to get your credit card information and bill you monthly when you forget to cancel your subscription.
Cyclotrim is $39.95 for about a month’s worth of product.
If you search, you will find that Cyclotrim has a 30 day money back promise if you send back the used and unused portions of Cyclotrim. This time frame is pretty wimpy, and is typically the go-to guarantee for companies with an unproductive and unreliable product.
Overall, Cyclotrim contains many useful vitamins and minerals. In small doses, using Cyclotrim probably won’t hurt you. Drinking Cyclotrim may even boost your immune system, because of the many vitamins it contains. Drinking Cyclotrim, however, is unlikely to boost your weight loss results. Look elsewhere when looking for a diet pill or weight loss solution. For more information on diet pills, see our reviews.