Let’s take a look at Zantrim to see if it really is all it says it is.
Zantrim is a UK manufactured hunger suppressant containing a combination of caffeine-rich ingredients to encourage dieters to stop snacking and binge eating, whilst supporting an increase in metabolism and energy. It contains a pure pharmaceutical grade caffeine and is suitable for vegetarians and anyone following a gluten-free eating plan.
No side effects have been officially noted for this product – all the ingredients are natural and at the recommended dosage should not cause any adverse effects. However, some reviewers on Amazon claim that they have a headache or feel dizzy after taking the product.
Zantrim is currently on sale on Amazon, costing £22.95 (delivery is free) for 60 capsules. This roughly works out at one month’s supply. It is the same price on the official eBody website, although shipping is only free for orders over £30.
Zantrim is a twice-daily supplement is formulated with several caffeinated ingredients to boost metabolism rates, while also keeping users energized and less hungry. It claims to be the most effective supplement available, stopping binge eating and snacking, whilst encouraging your body to work harder and burn fat.
eBody are a UK based company who have been manufacturing weight loss supplements since 2004. According to Companies House records, their offices are based in Leicester, although their returns address on their website is in Sawston, under the care of James and James. They offer a 14-day money-back guarantee service on unopened products.
They describe themselves on their website as,
a bold, empowering and dedicated online supplement brand, inspired by you. Our products are inspired and designed for you, our customers, our friends and our global influences.
To check your tolerance for these diet pills, start by consuming just one capsule a day of Zantrim. Once you have assessed your tolerance to the caffeine, you can increase your intake to one capsule twice per day. Capsules need to be consumed on an empty stomach, or at least 30 minutes before eating, and a minimum of six hours need to be left in between your first and second dose. It is recommended that the second dose is taken at least four hours before you intend to go to bed, to ensure that sleep patterns are not affected.
The manufacturers of Zantrim make the following claims about the product and how it works to aid weight loss:
eBody’s claims that Zantrim supports metabolism and energy are supported by the EFSA, so there has to be some benefit to taking them. The ingredients in the supplement are ones that are known to be reliable for weight loss, but there are definitely better products out there. The caffeine is a great start to the list of ingredients, as it is well documented that this will kick-start metabolism and curb hunger. It’s also the best natural stimulant around. The other ingredients generally all support weight loss so if taken correctly, yes, it could work, and reviews on Amazon and the eBody website support this by helping the consumer to stick to a lower calorie diet plan by reducing hunger.
However, we believe that some of the ingredients are underdosed and that the recommended dosage is too low to be as effective as it could be. The L-Carnitine is under-dosed, and the CLA and Phenylethylamine won’t have much of an effect at all. The addition of a thermogenic like cayenne pepper and a suitable appetite suppressant such as Glucomannan would make this a much better product for weight loss.
Its ingredients are scientifically proven to aid weight loss and you are covered by a full 60-day money-back guarantee from a trusted company, making Phentatrim a very popular choice in the diet world.
Phentatrim is the best thing to hit the supplement market in a long time, with thousands of customers already seeing the benefits. That’s why it's our editor's top pick.
Read the Watchdog Phentatrim review here.
There is very little information available about the potential side effects that could be caused by Zantrim. There aren’t any listed on the website, although some Amazon reviews report dizziness and headaches after taking them.
Do not exceed the recommended dosage allowance. Do not exceed more than 2 capsules per day. Only use as directed.
There are currently 88 verified purchase reviews from customers on Amazon. 82% of the reviews give Zantrim four or five stars, with many claiming it has kick-started their weight loss after reaching a plateau. 13% of the reviews are 1 star, with comments such as ‘it didn’t work’ and several claiming it gave them a headache or made them feel dizzy. The testimonials on the official eBody website are all positive, which is to be expected.
eBody offer a 14-day money-back guarantee on unopened products, which technically means it is nothing more than just a returns policy. This is described on their website as follows:
When buying online from us we want to be sure your 100% happy with your purchase, so that’s why we offer a 14 day money back guarantee on any products you buy from us, all supplements must be in the original packaging with seals intact (if you open any supplements we can not unfortunately take them back) for any equipment purchased it must be in immaculate condition and in its original packaging.
Zantrim is currently available to buy from Amazon, or from the official eBody website for the same price (£22.95 for 60 capsules).
It’s certainly a positive that Zantrim contains all natural ingredients and there are no side effects. We also are happy with the fact that it is produced in the UK and so meets safety regulations. Whilst there are some reviews supporting the claims and that it is supported by the EFSA, we believe that the product contains some unnecessary ingredients and that the amount of each ingredient is not enough to be as effective as it could be.
With this in mind, we think there are much more useful appetite suppressing supplements on the market and as such, we do not recommend Zantrim to our readers.
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