Nuvoryn Weight Loss Pill Review
Does Nuvoryn Really Work?
Nuvoryn is a weight loss supplement that is extremely popular with dieters, particularly favoured for it’s all natural herb and berry extracts, which seems to be a far more appealing option than some other ‘suspect’ weight loss pills.
But just how safe and effective is Nuvoryn?
We delve deeper into Nuvoryn to find out.
What is Nuvoryn?
Nuvoryn weight loss supplement is marketed as a 3 in 1 product; a fat burner, a metabolism enhancer and an energy booster.
Produced in the UK, Nuvoryn contains a blend of 9 selected herbal ingredients.
The manufacturers themselves claim that Nuvoryn is ‘a complete and balanced slimming formula that addresses the 4 areas of weight loss.’
Nuvoryn works in the fashion you would come to expect from a fat burner, by helping to boost the metabolic rate, (meaning fat burning is increased and daily calorie intake is lessened) give you an energy boost and make you feel more active and helps to suppress your appetite so you are less likely to succumb to your food cravings.
The manufacturers fully disclose the ingredients contained in the formula on the website but they do not appear to list the ingredient quantities, so its unclear exactly how much is contained in each serving and if indeed, they are at an effective level!
Here are some of the key ingredients;
Green Tea comes from the leaves of the Camelia Sinesis plant and undergoes minimal processing during oxidation.
Because of this it contains a high level of catechins, that are clinically proven to help tackle body fat and help to raise the metabolism for faster fat burning. Green tea very is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols that helps to lower ‘bad cholesterol’ and help to ward off free radical damage.
Green tea also has a very soothing and calming effect due to the ingredient it contains called Theanine which helps to boosts levels of the neurotransmitter GABA in the brain and enhances mood.
Yerba Mate is a beverage made from the leaves and stems of the yerba mate plant that originates in Southern American.
Yerba Mate naturally stimulates the central nervous system as it contains a very high level of caffeine. As well as providing uses with more energy, it is also claimed that yerba mate extract can promote weight loss, treat tiredness (fatigue), relieve headaches and even help to relieve symptoms of depression. However, there is no clinical evidence to suggest this is true.
Studies have proven that those who consume large and frequent amounts of yerba mate may be at an increased risk of certain cancers including; lung, esophagus and mouth. Those who smoke are particularly at risk. This is because yerba contains PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons) which are carcinogenic *
Resveratrol is a naturally occuring antioxidant that can be found in red grapes, berries and peanuts. It is believed to help protect the body from various conditions, some serious, such as cancer, alzheimers and heart disease. It is also said to be beneficial in weight loss and naturally boosts energy and stamina.
Little research has been conducted on resveratrol so its not clear what the long-term effects would be, though dangerous side effects have been ruled out. However, those taking blood thinning medication such as warfarin or NSAID’s such as ibuprofen or aspirin should be cautious before taking resveratrol as it could interact and increase the risk of bleeding.*
Guarana (Brazilian Cocoa, paullinia cupana) is a creeping shrub native to Venezuela and northern Brazil. It is a small, bright red fruit and its black seeds contain a very high amount of caffeine, up to 4-8% caffeine, which is a higher level (at least 3 times higher) than what is found in coffee beans.
A popular ingredient in carbonated drinks and energy drinks, Guarana is also commonly used in weight loss supplements for its stimulating effect on the metabolism and appetite suppression. It is however, unregulated by the FDA and its use has not been officially approved.
Due to the high level of caffeine, this can be extremely dangerous in those with a heart condition, high blood pressure, kidney disease, or an anxiety condition. It should not be used in pregnant or breast-feeding women.*
Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is fruit bearing shrub that originates in the Middle East.
Pomegranate are a rich source of fibre and iron and also contain antioxidants such as tannins (found in tea) and vitamins A,C and E. It has been reported to protect against high blood pressure, heart disease, inflammation and certain cancers.
Clinical trials conducted on patients with serious health conditions revealed that while pomegranate it is very good for you, the improvements found in existing health conditions were small, if any and fairly inconclusive.*
How To Take Nuvoryn
The manufacturers suggest that 2 capsules are taken daily. One in the morning and one in the evening, either with or without food.
Will I Lose Weight With Nuvoryn?
The manufacturers website is full of glowing testimonials about the product and how the users all lost quite a considerable amount of weight in a short space of time, e.g 34 pounds in 4 weeks. Which is highly unlikely and potentially dangerous.
It’s fair to say that the testimonials shown on the website are extremely biased (and very similar!) and we question just how genuine they really are…
On independent sites, the reviews have been a mixed bag. Some have said how it did help suppress their appetite and they did eat less and lose some weight as a result of this, others said it did not work at all.
Where To Buy Nuvoryn In Ireland
Nuvoryn can be purchased from the official website worldwide with prices starting at $38.90 for a one months supply. Delivery is free with orders of 2 bottles or more.
The manufacturers don’t seem to offer any money back guarantee.
What We Think
It’s clear that Nuvoryn does contain some safe ingredients with proven benefits to overall health and that may have positive effects on weight loss.
On that basis, Nuvoryn could in theory, be effective in helping some people lose weight depending on a number of factors, that includes their lifestyle, diet and also their weight to begin with.
This lack of information is rather concerning.
Guarana and Yerba Mate are well-documented for their safety concerns and it is clear that the inclusion of these ingredients could make Nuvoryn unsafe for some people, particularly those on specific medications, with serious health conditions and those who suffer from stress or anxiety.
In light of this, we would discourage people from trying Nuvoryn and seek a safer alternative.
We have looked at many popular weight loss products available today and from our findings, we have compiled a list of recommended products that we believe are safe, effective and offer best value for money.