Is there really such a thing as an over the counter supplement that’s able to help you lose weight safely and effectively without having to spend a fortune? Well, according to the makers of One a Day Weight Smart there indeed is – and this is it. It’s added to the ranks of the products already on the market that are said to boost the metabolism and as such lead to a whole arsenal of benefits for body and mind alike. It’s clear nature sometimes needs a helping hand to get the job done and supplements can be great, but chances are you’ll be feeling like you’ve been lied to one too many times before.
So, the question is, will One a Day Weight Smart prove to be an exception to the rule, or are we once again looking at something of a gimmick that’s of no real value at all?
One a Day Weight Smart comes from the people at Bayer HealthCare, which is a pretty well-known name and one that has a decent enough reputation. In this case, One a Day Weight Smart is said to deliver a strong dose of the vitamins and minerals the body needs to improve its metabolic rate, strengthen immunity, encourage healthier bones and teeth, improve skin clarity, and of course help you lose weight at the same time. There’s no disputing the importance of some of the stuff that goes into it and at a price of no more than about $20 or so per bottle, it’s not exactly what you’d call poor value for money at first glance. But while words on paper are all well and good, it’s how it works in a real-world setting that really counts.
On the positive end of the scale, the ingredients listed in One a Day Weight Smart all make for positive reading and the name of the brand speaks for itself. You can pick up One a Day Weight Smart from third-party stores and online retailers all over the place for that price of just $20 or so. Plus there are even some that are willing to offer a money-back guarantee. Those taking the supplement generally report back feeling a difference to their everyday health and wellbeing. Which, although isn’t totally revolutionary, is still a welcome pickup. On the whole, it’s a decent list of real pluses.
On the flipside of things, not only are customer testimonials few and far between, but it’s a shame to see that One a Day Weight Smart has not in fact been put through any official testing. What’s more, those that do speak highly of its benefits don’t seem to pay any mention at all to weight loss – maybe it would be better under a different name? In addition, the price may seem to be pretty low, but on the whole One a Day Weight Smart doesn’t contain many more ingredients than a standard vitamin and mineral supplement you could pick up for much cheaper. As such, it’s an equally balanced assortment of real minuses.
All ingredients that go into One a Day Weight Smart are clearly listed so there’s no risk of taking in something that you’re allergic to or unsure about.
Ingredients: According to the makers of One a Day Weight Smart the supplement contains: Beta-Carotene, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Folate (Folic Acid), Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Selenium, Zinc, and Green Tea Extract.
It’s hard to recommend One a Day Weight Smart as a weight loss aid. Even though it’s made from some pretty neat stuff and doesn’t cost a great deal, there’s no evidence to suggest it will help you lose so much as an ounce. As a vitamin supplement, it’s great. At the same time there are much cheaper one-a-day supplements out there that actually are proven to work.
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