Most Diet Pills Don’t Work. My Diet Pill Reviews Expose Them All.
You’ve made it to the best reviews of diet pills on the internet. You’re not looking at the face of some Corporate Giant or reading the words of a highly-trained marketer. You’re reading the diet pill reviews of a fairly Normal Guy that has become fed up with the junk that consumers in the diet pill industry put up with. My attempt here is to find the good, expose the bad, and embarrass the ugly of the Diet Pill industry. Criticalorie.com’s critiques, reviews, and exposés are organized into three areas:
What are the Best Diet Pills?
It doesn’t happen very often, but through my diet pill review process I do find some diet pills that I don’t hesitate to recommend. The best diet pills I have reviewed so far are Apidexin and Fenphedra.
How did Apidexin become number one? The company is forthright with their customers, they don’t use gimmicks, and they have a solid reputation for delivering results. Fenphedra is another of the best diet pills that make my list. It has clinically-backed ingredients and packs a powerful (maybe too powerful?) punch.
Feel free to check out my diet pill comparisons. At the moment, there are a few diet pills that I am pretty pleased with. If you’d like me to review one that’s worked (or hasn’t) for you, let me know.
Diet Pill Reviews
Diet Pill Ingredients
Wondering about a Specific Diet Pill?
You can use the handy search box at the top-right of each page to see if I’ve already looked at the diet pill in question. If I haven’t, let me know what you’re looking for, and I’ll put it on my list of diet pills needing review (the list is long and time is short, so be patient!).
Our Diet Pill Review Process
While I wish I could say we have some top-secret review methodology to help us vet out the losers of the diet pill industry and highlight the winners…I can’t. We don’t. It comes down to a few basic points when we’re reviewing diet pills: Diet Pill Ingredients
- Are the ingredients in the diet pill backed by research? Is that research clinically-based, peer-reviewed, placebo-controlled, etc.? If the same company selling the ingredient (or diet pill with those ingredients) also did the research well, then…you’d look for support from an independent third party attesting to the veracity of the research.
- Are the ingredients included at the right amounts? Yes, it’s true that caffeine, green tea, synephrine, and several other stimulants are all effective diet pill ingredients, but if there’s only 25 mg of caffeine, you might as well just go buy a Coke.
- Be aware of ingredient fluff. A lot of times it’s easy to get excited about various exotic-sounding herbs from far-off places. The same criteria applies though: research, research, and amount. I’ve seen diet pill companies list the same ingredient multiple times under different names…it’s just eye candy and it’s usually there to justify a higher (though truly much too high) price. It’s there to distract from truly evaluating the ingredients that may pack a punch.
Diet Pill Company Reputation If there is a company out there that’s consistently been devious in their practices, I will never recommend one of their products–regardless of how excellent their newer product may be. Diet Pill Marketing Tactics
- Are the claims simply too far out there? Are the testimonials patently false (it’s fairly easy to tell).
- Are Before and After pictures used by the same company for multiple products (something I found to be extremely misleading?
- Autoshipping makes me extremely leary of recommending a diet pill. Of the pills I’ve seen that do autoship, not one has ever had an even average ingredient profile. On top of that, the autoship Terms & Conditions are so extremely slanted toward the company instead of the consumer that I’m forced to tell people to RUN.
Customer Service Check Many diet pill companies will claim to offer moneyback guarantees. I test this on occasion by emailing them pretending to be a customer demanding a refund. For the most part, responses have been professional. There have been times where I haven’t received a reply for several days and, if that’s the case, I’ll write that in the review. Other times companies have responded same-day, which helps their case. Reviewing Diet Pills: a Conclusion In the end, reviewing a diet pill comes down to the ingredients — are they legitimate and are they there with enough potency to make a difference. Many people claim that diet pills “don’t do anything” — but that’s a gross generalization. The truth is that most diet pills don’t do anything because they’re lacking strong ingredients. There are some gems out there and when we find them, we try and highlight them in our diet pill review section.