Emma Diet Pills make a lot of bold claims. Appetite suppression, fat burning, blood sugar stabilising, and muscle building are all mentioned, and this is without ever needing to step foot inside a gym. Despite the boasts, it really only looks like it will help you shed some water weight and bloating. There is said to be a money-back guarantee, but there aren’t too many details about the exact nature of this. We don’t know Emma is either, in case you were wondering…
Containing all-natural ingredients, they say it is a safe, effective way to melt away that stubborn fat and see the results you have always wanted. But what exactly is in Emma Diet Pills, and should you trust the bold claims? We take a look.
Emma Diet Pills come in capsule form, as the name suggests, and contains 60 capsules per bottle. With up to three capsules needed per day, they say it provides a steady release of nutrients to help your body burn fat steadily and predictably.
Containing herbal ingredients including dandelion, hibiscus, and peppermint, it is billed as a safe, risk-free way to lose weight. But what do they promise it will deliver?
From suppressing your appetite to curbing blood sugar levels and cravings, to melting away fat and replacing it with muscle, Emma Diet Pills claims to help you do it all without slogging your guts out in the gym.
It is also said to cleanse your body of nasty toxins and reduce water retention and constipation that leaves that tired, heavy, bloated feeling.
There could be a range of side effects associated with this supplement, as many of the ingredients are known allergens. Headaches, stomach upset, and skin rashes are all common side effects.
Of course, it largely depends on the amount that is being consumed and we do not know how much of each ingredient is contained in Emma Diet Pills. This means it could be completely ineffective or dangerous. At least one ingredient has been pulled from the over the counter drug market over safety concerns.
One bottle of Emma Diet Pills containing 60 capsules will set you back $18.70. As up to 3 pills per day is the recommended dose, it will possibly only last you 20 days, so they recommend you buy 2 or 3 bottles at once.
They say the risk is low because they offer a 100% money back guarantee, but the terms and conditions are vague, so it may be a good idea to check before purchase.
Sold on Amazon as a ‘no starvation, no sweat’ fix all for your weight loss problems, Emma Diet Pills make big promises about its ability to control appetite, promote muscle, melt fat, and detox your body.
By taking up to three capsules per day they say it will make easy work of fat loss and eliminate toxins and bloat.
It is recommended that you take one pill, three times a day to provide an even supply of the ingredients throughout the day.
However, the all herbal supplement does not contain any ingredients that are proven fat burners or appetite suppressants. Some of the herbs may hold some benefit in controlling blood sugar levels but they are far from reliable or even proven in human trials.
They say their customers lose 20 pounds or more when taking Emma Diet Pills and not only lose stubborn fat, but also inches. They say it is fast, easy, and risk-free, in fact they suggest customers buy three bottles at once to ensure long, sustained results.
Given this is a proprietary formulation, we do not know how much of each ingredient it contains which is never a good thing. We would never recommend taking something that is not completely transparent.
There may be some results in reducing water weight given the amount of diuretics it contains, but it is far from guaranteed to provide any weight loss results or to reduce your appetite.
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Emma Diet Pills has a proprietary blend of ingredients meaning we do not know how much of each is contained within each serving. Serving size is equal to 1 pill (5g).
Most of the ingredients have not been proven safe for medicinal supplementation, so this may be the least of the side effects to expect when taking this formulation.
Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition.
Various reviews comment they have seen remarkable differences since taking this product. One reviewer says her ‘stomach is smaller’ and she has ‘lost weight’ since taking Emma Diet Pills.
However, look a little below the surface and there seems to be some confusion over the purpose of this product. Some reviewers have said it helps to fight infection and another said it removed ‘inflammation in their back’, so perhaps the reviews are not 100% as they seem.
The seller of this product, Ecoline, has also received a couple of reviews saying, ‘this product did nothing’ and ‘waiting for results’ which may suggest it does not suit everyone.
They say they offer a 100% money-back guarantee but there is little information about the terms of conditions of this promise. Amazon state that they operate a 30-day policy on unopened and unused goods, but that depends if they are considered to be perishable.
We would look for clarification on the returns policy from the seller before we purchased, if the money-back guarantee was important to your buying decision.
Emma Diet Pills only seems to be available to buy on Amazon for $18.70 and it is not available to buy outside of the US at present.
There are some big claims made by Emma Diet Pills but many of the ingredients are really only effective diuretics, meaning you may lose some water weight and bloat initially but it is unlikely to make a sustainable difference. Ingredients are also still very experimental as they have not been proven in human trials.
Ingredients like dandelion and buckthorn are not proven to be safe or effective for medicinal use and Rhaponticum cathamoides and peppermint have been pulled as over the counter drugs amid safety concerns.
Overall, we do not recommend Emma Diet Pills to our readers.
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