What is Zenitrim?
Zenitrim is touted as the “Ultimate Fat Blocker” that helps dampen appetite and support weight loss. MicroNutra Health is the manufacturer of Zenitrimand while the website is informative, the design and overall image are unprofessional. It’s really just a single page that advertises the product, with links to MicroNutra Health’s own website and their products.
Zenitrim’s manufacturers make a point of mentioning that due to the fact that this product blocks fats, users may not need to be concerned with eating a low fat, possibly high calorie, diet. Further, the company states that Zenitrim improves cholesterol and energy and even has positive effects on the digestive system and elimination of body waste.
They are so sure that the product will be effective that they offer to return all your money if you are not satisfied within a 90 day period. There are no testimonials from happy customers provided on the website, nor are there any independent reviews regarding Zenitrim.
The FAQ section is fairly good, covering concerns regarding health as well as the ordering process. They also discuss the high cost of healthcare in the United States and advocate that people be proactive about their health (I’m sure they think that using Zenitrim is a case in point!) in order to help reduce medical costs long term, especially when so many people contract illnesses related to excess weight.
Zenitrim Ingredients and Why it Matters?
It is too bad that there isn’t a complete list of ingredients provided for Zenitrim, nor is a product label displayed. Only two ingredients are discussed: Konjac, which is a fibrous root that expands to a ‘gel-like’ paste in the stomach, making the user feel full and blocking and trapping fat; and Glucomman, which encourages healthy sugar and cholesterol levels.
It isn’t clear what other ingredients Zenitrim has in it, which could be a problem for someone with allergies to certain ingredients. There is no mention of a schedule for dosage, so it is unclear how convenient taking the product may be.
Inactive ingredients includes cellulose, magnesium silicate and stearic acid
What are the Pros of Zenitrim?
- Konjac and other fat trapping ingredients are gaining popularity within the industry.
- The product is offered with a free bottle of MicroNutra Health’s ‘Diet Defence’ product.
- The company recommends their customers discuss taking Zenitrim with their healthcare provider first.
- The product seems to take a more holistic approach to health rather than target one specific area.
- The product comes with a 90-day money back guarantee.
- A healthy diet and exercise plan is provided.
- Zenitrim is caffeine free
What are the Cons of Zenitrim?
- Zenitrim is expensive, costing $57.00 for a one month supply.
- The website contains limited ingredient information.
- No positive reviews are available on independent dieting websites or forums.
- The official website is unprofessional in its image and wording
Zenitrim Review – The Bottom Line
It is a shame that MicroNutra Health has not put more thought into marketing their product as it has the image of just another ‘so-so’ product in an already oversaturated market. On the other hand, even if it had a better image, it is not likely that a potential customer would take a chance by purchasing a product when the ingredients are largely unknown and that has received so little in the way of independent feedback. It would be a good idea to search for a similar product that comes from a well known manufacturer.
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