Zotrin is a diet pill produced by Klein Becker. They had two different formulas, one for men and one for women. This brief Zotrin diet pill review will give you an overview of the supplement to help you see if it’s all it’s cracked up to be.
- Yerba Mate
- Men’s Formula:
- Passion Flower
- St John’s Wort
- Women’s Formula:
- Rosemary Leaf
- Black Cohosh
- St John’s Wort
Yerba Mate, Guarana, Damiana – Is a combination of herbs that actually has been shown to help in weight loss through appetite suppression.
L-Tyrosine – An amino acid that helps to synthesize proteins. It has also been shown to be effective in weight loss.
Ginseng - Despite some of the hype surrounding ginseng, it has yet to be proven to be an effective diet pill ingredient.
The other ingredients have not been proven to help in weight loss.
While the Zotrin website is no longer up, you can get a pretty good idea of their marketing from the Zantrex-3 website because they are made by the same company. It is by far the most hyped up marketing that we’ve ever seen. They use rediculous sales videos that are quite aggressive (they almost yell at you). In fact, these videos have been made fun of on the net because of how crazy they are. Bottom line, they are trying way to hard to sell you their product which always makes us a little weary.
Judging from the ingredients, Zotrin wasn’t a quality diet pill. They used a couple of good ingredients but also include many others that are worthless. All the ingredients were in a proprietary blends which hides the amounts, making it extremely difficult to judge its effectiveness. Thumbs down for Zotrin by Klein Becker.