Nuratrim weight loss supplements are relatively new to the over the counter diet product marketplace, having only just been released in December 2011. They appear to be available only in the United Kingdom, at the time of this review, but they have received a significant amount of press throughout their short lifespan, having received attention from both the Daily Mail and the Telegraph.
It is also being endorsed by Gemma Merna, a popular fashion model and an actress from Hollyoaks. Though many people find that celebrity endorsement is an appealing part of a marketing campaign for a diet product, it should be noted that there are a tremendous number of products that have been backed by celebrities that have been found to be ineffective or that are now being faced by lawsuits, so that element should not be considered by itself.
Nuratrim claims to be able to help to increase the dieter’s metabolism, burn fat more quickly, suppress the appetite, and lower cholesterol levels. The manufacturer claims that it is made from entirely natural ingredients, with no adverse side effects, and it even says that it has been scientifically proven to work. It should be noted that at the time of this review, no mention of an actual clinical study, nor a link to any medical research could be found on the manufacturer’s website.
Among the main ingredients in this formula are glucomannan, licorice extract, capsicum extract, and green coffee. The official website for Nuratrim identifies the full list in the formula (within a proprietary blend so that no amounts are actually disclosed) as well as the reason that each one is used.
The website did offer the potential customer and dieter a great deal of information and support. It has a frequently asked questions page to help to answer common questions, as well as before and after photos and customer testimonials to back their claims. Moreover, it provides extensive customer support, including a UK-based telephone number as well as an international number, for a call center that is available every day of the week, 24 hours per day. It also offers an email address for individuals who would prefer to contact the company that way.
Nuratrim can be purchased directly through the official website, at a cost of £59.95 per bottle that contains a 60 day supply (a price that is marked as reduced from £69.95), or £34.96 for a one month supply (reduced from £42.95).