Suvaril, “the twice-daily caplet for healthy weight management” is a diet pill that claims to be the only pill that can “deliver consistent moderate weight loss.” Suvaril is marketed towards women and claims to do it through effectively increasing your metabolism. As always, the proof is in the ingredients, so let’s take a look at what ingredients Suvaril has to offer.
- Vitamin A (2500 IU)
- Vitamin C (40 mg)
- Vitamin D (200 IU)
- Vitamin E (15 IU)
- Thiamin (.75 mg)
- Riboflavin (.85 mg)
- Niacin (10 mg)
- Vitamin B6 (1 mg)
- Folic Acid (200 mcg)
- Vitamin B12 (3 mcg)
- Biotin (150 mcg)
- Pantothenic Acid (5 mg)
- Calcium (50 mg)
- Magnesium (25 mg)
- Chromium (100 mcg)
- Proprietary Blend (472 mg)
The ingredients listed from Vitamin A to Chromium, while they may be a good healthy supplement, they have not been shown to aid in weight loss at all.
Green Tea - Is a proven weight loss ingredient that has been shown to increase the metabolic rate.
Banaba - Has been shown to aid in weight loss through lower blood sugar levels.
L-Theanine – Has been shown to aid in stress levels, but is unlikely to do much to help you lose weight.
Being that the whole proprietary blend is only 472 mg, it is unlikely that the ingredients in the blend have high enough amounts to be effective (especially considering the only ones that will make a difference anyway are green tea and banaba.
Suvaril’s website is professionaly done with few testimonials (a good thing since most are fabricated) and no fake before and after photos. They do, however, use the autoship tactic for sales. They offer you a “free trial” and then start shipping you product if you don’t cancel soon enough and automatically bill your credit card. To Suvaril’s credit, they are more open about it than other programs I’ve seen (they at least let you know that you will be enrolled in the program), but we still aren’t fans of the autoship. More times than not, it’s just the companies’ way of selling as much product as they can.
$49.95 per bottle. This is way too much for this unproven product.
They have a 60 money back guarantee. You do, however, have to call and “make arrangments” to be refunded. I’m not saying that this will be the case with Suvaril, but often companies that make you call them for the return make it rather difficult to do or try to talk you out of it.
The ingredients in Suvaril do the talking. There’s not much there to get one excited (or lose weight for that matter). They two good ingredients but their amounts are hidden in a proprietary blend. Our opinion: Suvaril isn’t going to do much to actually ‘deliver consistent moderate weight loss.’ The marketing is on the shady side and the price is way too much.Thumbs down.