Calotren Weight Loss Pill Review
Editors’ Rating: 1.0/5 Average User Rating: 1.2/5 The good: No ephedra in this pill, however it seems to have a similar fat burning effect without the danger. The bad: Questions about the stability of the company, no proof to the effectiveness of the product and absolutely no money back guarantee. Did some one say red [...]
Editors’ Rating: 1.0/5
Average User Rating: 1.2/5
The good: No ephedra in this pill, however it seems to have a similar fat burning effect without the danger.
The bad: Questions about the stability of the company, no proof to the effectiveness of the product and absolutely no money back guarantee. Did some one say red flag?
The bottom line: This is an extremely poor choice if you’re looking for a diet pill. It’s basically a laxative and the makers reccomend you take it before bed without food. Starving yourself will slow your metabolism, this is the opposite of what should be happening if you want to lose weight.
On the radio just the other day, I heard an advertisement for Calotren. I immediately wrote down the name of this new diet pill knowing I would have to review the product. While I remember none of the radio gibberish, one thing is for certain, bad diet pills are like the plague, they spread like wildfire.
The Makers of Calotren
Top of the World Distributors are the creators of Calotren. The company creates various products for better health and life. Skin products, essential fatty acids, and even sexual enhancers. When visiting the website, the About page is focused more on telling you what the company will not DO for you as opposed to telling you about the company. Interestingly enough, the refund policy, located on the About page, states there are no refunds if you do not like the taste or if the product does not work for you!
This means that Calotren offers zero money back guarantee to support the sales of their product. There are plenty of diet pills out there that offer great money back guarantees. Two of the top names I can remember are Fenphedra and Lipovox.
To top the cake, if your Calotren return is accepted, you will be waiting a minimum of 2 to 3 weeks before your credit or debit card is refunded, Nice one guys!
Just in case you need to get a hold of the mother company, here are the contact details.
Top of the World Distributors
100 North 1st Street
Union City, TN 38261
Looking a little deeper at the company, it is concerning that Top of the World was dissolved in April of 2000. There are no reasons listed for the dissolution, yet the company still creates products under that company name. Furthermore, the website shows the BBB seal of approval, but that seal was earned in 2003. Things are getting more and more iffy all the time.
So What is Calotren Made Of?
If I may, the main website sums up the product in the best words possible. “CALOTREN is an all-natural Protein Formula working as a nutritional supplement that assists the body in shedding excess body fat and toxins naturally. CALOTREN does not stimulate, starve or trick your body into weight loss. It simply supports the body’s lean muscle tissue and fuels the body’s natural mechanism in burning off excess fats and sugars more efficiently. For those who are underweight or in good physical condition, CALOTREN encourages stamina and energy.”
It is interesting for a diet pill to claim stimulation does not work. On the contrary, Green tea, caffeine and synephrine have all been studied in the scientific community and offer supportive evidence that they work!
Starvation in a Bottle?
According to the Calotren instructions, the supplement should be taken before bed with no food consumed at least 3 hours before bed. It is a known fact that several small meals a day are best for the metabolism. Starving yourself will do nothing but slow your metabolism. Another interesting tactic.
Aloe Vera is also an ingredient in Calotren. Aloe Vera is a natural laxative. I am seeing a pattern here. Starve yourself, take the product and then get the laxative effect on top.
Final Conclusion on Calotren
Calotren will not work for you or anyone else. Starving, laxatives and no scientific proof are just the beginning. The company is questionable and there is no return policy. Skipping this one is the best bet you could make.