Trio Nutrition is a vitamin and nutritional supplements company based somewhere in the USA. Trio Nutrition sells via Amazon and from the Trio Facebook Page.
Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider Vinegar is a supplement that will probably appeal to you if you believe in the benefits of apple cider vinegar but don’t like the taste of it. However, it is important to remember that all testing on cider vinegar has been carried out on using the ordinary vinegar, and there is no real evidence that cider vinegar in supplement form has the same benefits.
That said, Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider Vinegar is not expensive and each bottle will last 60 days if you take as advised. It is only on sale via Amazon and comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee. There are no details about how to claim this, but you are advised to contact Trio Nutrition via Amazon for more information.
Side effects are unlikely to be an issue for most users.
Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider Vinegar is not expensive when compared to other supplements on the market. However, it is very expensive when compared to buying apple cider vinegar from the supermarket!
One bottle of 60 capsules costs $14.92 from Amazon. This is enough for 60 days supply. You can make savings on larger orders by entering a discount code when you buy.
This supplement is fulfilled by Amazon, so qualifies for free shipping with Prime.
Apple cider vinegar has long been known for health benefits. Many people swear by apple cider vinegar for a range of purposes from everything to head lice to rheumatism, as well as using it for culinary purposes such as in salad dressing, or around the house for cleaning purposes.
Although cider vinegar may be considered by an old fashioned herbal remedy for everything, it has undergone clinical testing. Research suggests it may help lower cholesterol levels, reduce blood sugar levels, and generally help heart health, so this commonplace household condiment may have real health benefits. However, not everyone enjoys the flavour, so apple cider vinegar supplements in capsule form are becoming increasingly popular.
Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider contains 500mg of apple cider per softgel capsule. Other ingredients include Acetyl L Carnitine – an amino acid that helps the body convert fat into energy, a Citrus complex, and more. Apart from the apple cider vinegar, all the other ingredients are in extremely low servings that add up to only 20mg combined and seem unlikely to do very much. Check out the ingredients tab to find out more.
Trio Nutrition looks to be a fairly new supplements company on the market. The company sells Premium Apple Cider Vinegar solely via Amazon and there is also another product based on Milk Thistle Extract.
You can follow Trio Nutrition on Facebook where the company has clocked up nearly 5000 followers. If you want to buy either of the supplements you are taken to Amazon.
The claims about this supplement are pretty much provided by the advert title, where it is described as;
“Apple Cider Vinegar Capsules with Cayenne, Lemon, Honey – 60 Softgels, 520mg Detox Cleanse Drink-in-a-Pill – Appetite Suppressant – Blood Sugar Support”
According to the advertising, the capsules, “are easy to swallow, and won’t leave an overpowering taste in your mouth unlike liquid apple cider vinegar or apple cider vinegar tablets”.
“NO PRESERVATIVES, NO FILLERS | Purity tested ingredients provide the same impact as the Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Cleanse drink. No added sugars or fillers.”
The advertising uses some of the claims that are often made about cider vinegar. Not all of these make complete sense!
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR SUPPORTS
Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider Vinegar is not going to work in the way as described. There is nothing here that will give you a “full body detox” whatever that is supposed to mean and effects of all the ingredients apart from the cider vinegar are unlikely at such tiny serving sizes.
You would get much better health benefits from just eating honey in natural form, eating a fresh orange sometimes and by just eating normally. A glass of milk contains 8mg of carnitine for example which is in excess of the carnitine serving in this supplement. Carnitine is also present in cheese, meat and other proteins.
The Apple cider vinegar content at 500mg a serving looks better but the problem here is that all research has used cider vinegar in natural form.
Clinical research suggests that taking one or two tablespoons of cider vinegar before meals may help regulate blood sugar levels. It may help cause feelings of fullness too so may help weight loss. Animal studies suggest that it may reduce cholesterol and blood pressure.
The problem is that nothing is strictly proven and although taking a few tablespoons of cider vinegar, diluted with water, or mixed with honey, or put in a salad dressing may have health benefits and is easy and inexpensive, it does not seem to provide the same benefits in supplement form.
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Serving size is equal to one capsule.
Side effects are unlikely to be an issue.
There are over 70 customer reviews on Amazon for Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider. The trouble is that according to scam software, the majority of these are fake and that there is a high level of deception involved.
Positive comments include,
I have been taking the pills for about a week now and i already feel a huge difference. I have lost some weight and i overall feel fantastic.
I love how this product is a way to detox without the gross taste of liquid ACV! I’ve been taking them everyday and they help me regulate my hunger levels and keep my energy up
There are a couple of negative reviews,
It doesn’t not work!! The only good thing about the product is that you don’t have the nasty taste of the apple cider vinegar!!
This product does not work. I have tried other diet pills over the years. This one is one of the most useless. It did nothing to curb my appetite whatsoever.
There is a 60-day money-back guarantee on offer. According to Trio Nutrition,
“We assume all the risk with our 60 Day Guarantee.… Get a full refund if you’re not happy with Trio Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Pills. Just reach out to us through Amazon within 60 days.”
You can buy Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider via Amazon USA.
The problem with all apple cider vinegar supplements is that they might do nothing at all. Although there is evidence that says raw apple cider vinegar can help improve a range of issues including regulating blood sugar levels and even possibly the reduction of cholesterol and blood pressure, cider vinegar capsules have never been tested. All evidence is based on using natural cider vinegar rather than cider vinegar capsules.
You might think that Premium Apple Cider Vinegar offers a bit more because of the additional ingredients such as honey, cayenne, and the bioflavonoid complex, but in truth, you would do better by using the money spent on this supplement, in buying fresh ingredients and improving your diet. Ingredient quantities are so low and inadequate it seems a wonder to us that they were even included. A teaspoon of honey, an orange, or a glass of milk will all provide more nutrition than the ingredients contained in this supplement.
The bottom line about cider vinegar is that if you don’t like cider vinegar and can’t think of a way to disguise or dilute the flavour, a supplement does not provide a viable alternative.
Trio Nutrition Premium Apple Cider is certainly not the worst supplement we have ever seen, but it is just not good enough to recommend to the Watchdog readers.
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