Estrothin Diet Pills

by Diet Pill Center on February 10, 2015

Estrothin review
VN:F [1.9.17_1161]
Effectiveness
Tolerance
Price / Value
Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

Estrothin is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that has been designed specifically with female dieters in mind. It was created for the purpose of assisting women in coping with the changes that they experience in their metabolisms and their bodies as a whole, when they go through menopause.

A change in weight – that is, weight gain or a greater challenge in losing or maintaining healthy weight – is common at this time in a woman’s life. Menopause can often bring on a slower metabolism, which means that fewer calories can lead to weight gain and it takes a larger effort to be able to shed the same number of pounds.

Estrothin is a liquid that is meant to help to assist women to lose weight at this time in their lives, and to keep it off. The claims on the official website for this product also claim that it helps to provide support for mood stability, increased energy, and stress reduction. In its list of benefits, it also states that it will help establish a hormonal balance. It is taken in the form of drops. Bottles of the product are sold through the manufacturer’s website for the product. At the time of the writing of this review, one bottle (a one month supply) was sold at a price of $49.95. That said, it also sells the bottles in quantity at a lower per-bottle price.

To understand if it is possible for the formula to provide the promised benefits, it is a good idea to look into the ingredients that make up its formula. Fortunately, the website is a considerable one and it not only lists each of the ingredients, but it also explains why the ingredients were included in the formulation. That makes it much easier for a dieter to be able to do her own research into whether or not this product has adequate scientific support to back up its claims.

At the time that this review was written, the ingredients listed on the website were: Eleuthero Root, Schzandra Berry, Green Tea Extract, Rhodiola Root, Garcinia Cambogia, Chinese Ginseng, Stevia, Black Cohosh Root, Dong Quai Root, Chaste Tree Berry, Yerba Mate, Guarana, Damiana Herb, and Wild Yam Root. Among the non-active ingredients were: vegetable glycerine, deionized water, and natural flavors.

It is important to note that there are some strong stimulants in this formula, including yerba mate, guarana, and others, and they are known to cause unwanted side effects in some users. Moreover, certain ingredients, such as black cohosh root, are not safe for everyone. It is extremely important to speak with a doctor before taking this supplement.

Related Post

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: