The Nitetrim diet pill wants to help you “turn off the human brain’s hunger switch and totally erase the want or need for food.” I’m pretty sure that this is one of the first diet pills that has actually claimed that with it you will no longer require food. I guess they just have to make their claims more and more shocking these days.
Hoodia Gordonii-Hoodia Gordonii is the latest fad ingredient for diet pills. Supporters of hoodia claim that it was used as an appetite suppressant by the South African natives for hundreds of years. Some credible sources, however, say that it was actually used for indigestion. But the truth is that hoodia gordonii really is an absolutely worthless as a weight loss supplement.
Chromium-This ingredient has been shown to be helpful when it comes to regulating blood sugar, not your weight.
Ginger-If you have an upset stomach, ginger could help. If you want to lose weight off of your stomach, ginger can’t do anything for you.
Cayenne-A commonly used spice, cayenne is a type of pepper that has also been used for medicinal purposes. Such purposes have included helping with pain relief, digestive problems, and circulation. There is no proof that cayenne helps with weight loss.
If it has hoodia, it’s not worth your time
To date I have yet to find one single clinical study that supports hoodia gordonii’s claim to aid in weight loss. There are plenty of fabricated “studies” out there, but not one of them is documented or independently performed. On different hoodia hawking websites you’ll often see many of the same selling tactics such as posting “certifications” showing that they provide “authentic” hoodia, showing “official seals”, or including magazine covers that supposedly feature hoodia. All of which are simply fabricated. So when a diet pill is trying to sell you on a product by touting how amazing hoodia is, it simply is not true. Nitetrim is just another diet pill in a long line of hoodia product. It wasn’t the first and it won’t be the last. But just like the rest of them, it won’t help you lose weight.
Not only is this company trying to make money off the latest fad diet pill ingredient, but they are also trying to get you to sign up for automatic shipments without your knowledge. Nitetrim offers a 15-day “free” trial, but when you accept the terms you are signed up for more shipments of this diet pill, for which your credit card will be charged until you cancel. There are many companies that try to rope you into their autoship programs by offering free trials, but unless you want a huge hassle, I would stay as far away as you can!
Without giving this company all of your information (which I certainly did not want to do) the price for a bottle of Nitetrim isn’t disclosed. They just want you to think you are getting free product by signing up for the trial and then being stuck in the autoship program. With a whole bunch of people getting stuck in NiteTrim’s ‘free trial’, I have seen an abundance of NiteTrim being sold on eBay.com