New Nordic Mulberry Review
Mulberry, comin’ straight to you from Denmark? Yes, one of the latest health sensations seems to be a relatively common fruit that was originally used as a health supplement in Japan but is marketed by New Nordic out of Denmark. It’s always interesting to see products that are based on more simple formulas or common foods as opposed to the kinds that play on the “mystique” of more obscure ingredients like hoodia (from Africa) or acai (from Brazil). Obviously the origin of the ingredient doesn’t really matter as long as it actually does help you lose weight. This mulberry extract claims to help you decrease the amount of sugar you actually absorb from your diet. Is it potent enough for the money?
New Nordic Mulberry Ingredients
The lone ingredient in this product is 400 mg of white mulberry leaf extract which is standardized to 1% of the active antibiotic 1-Deoxynojirimycin. Clinical studies on this chemical have shown that it is able to inhibit glucosidases I and II, which are enzymes your body uses to break down and use sugars. The actual amount of weight loss associated with the function of this ingredient is fairly minimal, but the science is sound.
New Nordic Mulberry Marketing
As this is a product which doesn’t have very many potent or specific benefits, the company has to do its best with vague marketing plugs like “The Japanese have been drinking Mulberry Tea for its curative properties for over 700 years!” Ancient tradition is always a good way to make something seem more legitimate or impressive.
Despite the mystique of ancient Japanese tradition, the company still makes clear that this product “is not a weight-control product.” It mildly helps to control healthy blood sugar levels.
New Nordic Mulberry Price
$30 per bottle.
New Nordic Mulberry Guarantee
The company doesn’t specifically mention a guarantee or return policy. Instead it directs you to contact the customer service center with questions.
New Nordic Mulberry Conclusion
For only one ingredient, $30 is too much to pay. The company doesn’t specifically offer a satisfaction guarantee, probably because there isn’t really any evidence that this product will really leave you satisfied with its effects. It may help you somewhat to control blood sugar but even the company says its not a diet pill.