If there was a little wonder-pill you could take every day to keep your mood in-check, chances are we’d all be taking it. Well, that’s precisely what’s said to be on offer in the form of Lumiday, which has recently been added to the over-the-counter supplements market. Chances are you’ll already have come across dozens of products that are supposed to make every day your best day – each of which is in some way different in terms of its effectiveness. Lumiday makes a fair few promises and also comes in at a high price, but it’s never a good idea to go only on what the bottle tells you.
So, the question is, will Lumiday really turn out to be the wonder-pill that makes anyone lucky enough to take it feel great every day, or are we looking at yet another false promise that cannot be lived up to?
According to the makers of Lumiday, the supplement works by having a direct impact on the brain’s production of serotonin. Serotonin is responsible for the feelings of happiness and contentedness we’d all like to feel a little more of in life, so on the surface it sounds like Lumiday really does the trick. More happiness and positivity also means a more active life and a better social life as a result. And if all this wasn’t enough, Lumiday is also said to work as an effective appetite controller – it can even help you lose weight and obtain your ideal shape! Undeniably, this all sounds like a bit much to ask from any over the counter product – even one that weighs in at an alarming $70 per bottle. Which begs the question – does Lumiday actually work?
Advocates of Lumiday are plentiful enough and there’s some highly reassuring feedback to be found. All ingredients that go into the final product are said to have been extensively tested and verified in their effectiveness, which is always reassuring. There’s a 30 day money back guarantee in place for those that aren’t pleased with Lumiday and the makers of the product suggest that the effects can be felt in as little as seven days or so. There’s even a free sample, so on the whole it’s a decent start to the real pluses.
As for those not in favor of Lumiday, the biggest criticism of all is the price. Even with a money-back guarantee, $70 per bottle is just too expensive for any product that hasn’t been officially clinically tested or verified. Some of its ingredients may have, but not the final product. And what’s more, the site suggests that beneficial effects may be felt after a week, but in most cases it’s necessary to take it for three months before the really good stuff happens – meaning $210 minimum. So while in some cases it’s a positive impression, there are still some pretty serious real minuses.
The full list of ingredients is shared by the manufacturer and most of it makes for highly reassuring reading. The list can be found to the right.
According to the makers of the supplement, each dose contains: Vitamin D3, vitamin B1, niacin B3, acid B5, 5-HTP,vitamin B6, folate B9, vitamin B12, pantothenic,L-theanine 99%, St. John’s Wort extract, 0.3% hypercin 3% hyperforin Rhodiola rosea extract, 3% salidrosides, and Ashwagandha root.
It’s always a shame when you come across a product like Lumiday that’s almost there in so many respects, but lets itself down in others. In this instance, there’s no reason to think that Lumiday isn’t the real deal and won’t work, but if this is true, why can’t they put it through some kind of official testing? At this price, it isn’t too much to ask. There are definitely other products out there that are less of a risk.
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