Many Watchdog readers have asked us to find out more about this supplement so we take an in depth look at CaldoXin to find out more.
CaldoXin is a weight loss supplement that comes with the claims that it can help you lose a lot of weight. The advertising tells the story of a man ( supposedly the unnamed founder of the company) who lost a whopping 106lbs in just 90 days and there are impressive before and after pictures of him to prove it.
According to the product information, the weight loss is due to the CaldoXin program – a way of being able to eat as much as you want without putting on weight. You do this simply by taking the diet pill supplement. There is also a meal plan that comes free with all orders.
The diet pill contains Coleus Forskohlii –a plant extract belonging to the mint family used in traditional Indian medicine and believed to be effective for weight loss as it may have an effect upon the metabolism.
CaldoXin also contains Caralluma Fimbriata – a cactus extract which looks very promising for weight loss. High in fibre and containing chemicals that may decrease the messengers in the brain that signal hunger, it appears to act as a natural appetite suppressant.
Both these ingredients may be effective for helping you lose some weight however, the incredible weight loss effects are down to the X14 formula. This is supposedly a combination of natural plant extracts from around the world and is obviously the business end of the supplement.
We cannot find any details about this formula. X14 is a proprietary blend and the true ingredients do not even show up on the label.
Take 2 tablets per day. 1 x tablet before breakfast and 1 x tablet before lunch.
CaldoXin is marketed and owned by a new company called Sun City Research Group LLC who are based in Florida. The company was set up in February 2016 (a fact they do not publicise).
Sun City Research LLC claim to be a research facility but we looked into the company’s listed address at:
625 West Lumsden Road, Brandon, FL 33511 and found it was actually a Real Estate company in a residential area.
There is an address listed on the CaldoXin website (3848 Sun City Center Blvd., Ste. 104 Ruskin, FL 33573) but this is nothing more than a mailbox store.
According to web security experts, the CaldoXin website is less than six months old and customers should be cautious about sending money as it is a very new site with an unknown reputation.
CaldoXin also have a Facebook page. Again less than six months old, the page nevertheless responds to customers and has a lively current presence.
According to the advertising CaldoXin comes backed with,
The amazing doctor approved science behind the most effective weight loss pill on the market today
We would have liked to have seen some proof of this such as links to medical trials or research.
There are four key features of this diet pill:
There is no real proof or explanation about any of these claims.
CaldoXin does not reveal the contents of the X14 formula so you need to remember that this part of the supplement could contain just about anything, including stimulants and these may not be suitable for everyone.
Each tablet is equal to one serving. Individual ingredient quantities are not disclosed but each tablet contains 250mg of active ingredients.
According to the product information, CaldoXin is completely safe. However, this is not necessarily true for everyone.
Forskolin (Coleus Forskohlii) can lower blood pressure and it may increase the risk of bleeding.
Caralluma may cause mild side effects such as;
Our greatest concerns are with the X14 formula because there is zero information about the contents.
X14 could contain stimulants or ingredients that could cause side effects or reactions in some people. You should never take a supplement without understanding what it does or what it contains.
We might as well come out and just say it; CaldoXin will not work!
The advertising claims that the unnamed founder of the company lost 106 lbs of ugly fat within 3 months. We don’t believe it!
Losing this amount of weight in so short a period of time is impossible and would be extremely dangerous for health. Added to this there is no supplement in the world that could cause this level of weight loss. The recommended rate of weight loss is 2lbs a week and for most people, this is hard enough.
Sadly, there is no quick fix for weight loss however much we want to believe in it. The CaldoXin advertising taps into this desire and adds that we do not even need to go on a diet or do any exercise in order for it too work.
It is all too good to be true. The product advertising says, “Here is my almost unbelievable story on how I lost 106 lbs of excess weight in 90 days…”
This story is not ALMOST unbelievable. It is totally unbelievable. Do not fall for these false claims.
None of it is true. Sun City Research is not a research company. It does not even have an accurate company address let alone discovered what would be the cure for world obesity if it were true.
We have not been able to find any independent feedback for CaldoXin. There are a couple of videos on Facebook and on the product website but as these seem to be the “before” pictures of customers, rather than the after pictures, these are not very convincing.
We are concerned about the mystery X14 formula. The diet pill industry is unregulated so the only way to stay safe is to ensure that you know what you are taking and trust the manufacturer has conformed to health and industry standards.
You can only buy CaldoXin direct from the official product website so you cannot shop around for deals or price differences.
All international orders cost an additional $19.95 for shipping and handling.
There is a money back guarantee on offer. Here’s what the company has to say about it.
Because we are a research company we can afford to offer a 60 day money back guarantee on this product because it works
You are protected by our 60 Day Money Back Guarantee.
If you are unsatisfied in any way, simply contact customer support for a full refund (less shipping). The guarantee is good for one used bottle and all unused bottles in resalable condition.
You are advised to contact customer services toll free on 1 888 894 6877. You can also contact them by email via the website.
The CaldoXin advertising tells us what we want to hear! After all we all want to lose weight rapidly without making any changes to diet and lifestyle.
It would be lovely if we really could continue to eat what we want and watch the pounds melt away without exercising and all just by taking a reasonably inexpensive pill. Sadly, it is not going to happen and this supplement will not work in the way as described.
There is no supplement in the world that will live up to the claims of CaldoXin.
CaldoXin contains relatively low quantities of Forskolin and Caralluma Fimbriata – two reasonable looking ingredients for weight loss – they may have a slight effect upon metabolism and appetite although research is not conclusive yet. More worryingly, the X14 formula contains unknown ingredients, which could cause side effects. You should never take supplements without knowing exactly what the contents are. The diet pills industry is unregulated and known for the dangers of side effects.
We have concerns about the company behind CaldoXin too! There is very little information about the elusive Sun City Research Inc and we do not believe their claims that they are a research company.
We could never recommend a diet pill that came with such overblown advertising, flimsy information and such a dodgy looking background.
We just don’t trust this supplement or the company behind it so we have no other option but to reject CaldoXin.
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