ErgoLean MC Review
ErgoLean MC claims to be a “thermogenic diet formula that works with your body’s own metabolic control processes to speed the burning of fat.” You’ll often see this same function claimed by many other diet pills. ErgoLean MC is designed to work with your thyroid gland in hopes that it will result in a better metabolic burn rate. These claims are unsupported. This review will walk you through the ingredients to see why.
ErgoLean MC Ingredients
- Selenium (100 mcg)
- Synthetic Gugglesterones Z & E (50 mg)
- Olive Leaf Extract (100 mg)
- Caffeine (75 mg)
Selenium - Has been shown to aid in the funtion of the thyroid gland. There are absolutely no studies that show that it aids in weight loss.
Guggelsterones E & Z – Is also believed to increase the function of thyroid gland. Supporters hope that this in turn increases one’s metabolism. The truth is, however, that these claims have not been supported much by clinical studies. Research is still lacking.
Caffeine – A highly effective diet pill ingredient, caffeine has been proven time and time again to aid in weight loss by increasing the metabolic function. ErgoLean MC, however, includes a measly 75 mg which is not near the clinical studied amounts and wont do anything for you.
ErgoLean MC’s Marketing
Ergopharm’s (the makers of ErgoLean MC) website is pretty straightforward with a focus on the products, rather on hyped up marketing and sales tactics. We like that. The actual information that they provide on ErgoLean MC, however, is lacking. They don’t provide the amounts of the included ingredients (I had to find it through other research), which is a big red flag for us.
ErgoLean MC’s Price
Most online retailers sell ErgoLean MC at around $35.89 per bottle. It’s interesting to note that Ergopharm’s website no longer lists ErgoLean MC for sale. Hmm….
ErgoLean MC’s Guarantee
No provide no information about a guarantee of any kind.
ErgoLean MC appears to banking on the idea that by aiding the thyroid fuction, it will cause to lose weight. Unfortunately, that claim has yet to be proven in a single documented clinical trial. If you’re looking for a supplement that will actually target your fat loss through proven ingredients, look elsewhere. ErgoLean MC is not worth the $35 they charge and you can be sure that you wont get your money back if/when it doesn’t meet your expectations.