CritiCalorie's Top Diet Pill Pick
Do we ever rate a diet pill positively?. Yes (rarely). Why aren't we recommending FORM? We're looking for clinically-researched ingredients, at the right (that means clinical) dosage. There are a few diet pills that have chosen this better route, and our favorite is Boda Extract No. 3. You can read our review or go to the official site.
The FORM pill is “a highly effective, all natural weight loss pill thats the first of its kind to the market. Its FDA registered and has no active ingredients, drugs, stimulants and no side effects. This is like a gastric bypass in a pill!” (website) This FORM review will explain the details of this diet pill as well as reveal the true motivation behind O3World, the maker of FORM.
There is no list of what FORM actually contains. The website has a promotional video which says FORM contains a “gastric bulking agent” in microbeads. The microbeads supposedly expand (“Swell technology”) in the stomach, making the user feel full and causing weight loss. It is somewhat concerning that FORM does not even list exactly what it contains. It makes us wonder if they are hiding something…
FORM costs $55 for 40 capsules. If you take the recommended 6 capsules per day, one bottle will last you six days. This is WAY too expensive. There is no evidence to show that FORM actually works, and they don’t even tell you what is in it, so it is impossible for this FORM review to determine how effective it might be.
FORM Marketing–Become Rich!
Most of the FORM website focuses on trying to get people to commit to selling FORM. It seems they are much more interested in getting people to sell their product than in selling a good product. The FORM website says the following:
“Because O3World is the world of opportunity, many of our distributors will become millionaires! The opportunity is in the simplicity and duplication of O3World. We are paid inFORMants. Your success depends on one question: how many people will you inFORM today? Share the products through visual demonstration, DVDs, or online. It’s that simple!”
The FORM website contains several promotional videos talking about how rich you can become from selling FORM. They claim over 1000 people are joining each week and that now is the time to get a piece of this great product. They also claim FORM “sells itself”. I don’t buy it. It is just too good to be true. If they have such a great product to sell, why do they hide what is in FORM diet pills?
The FORM website also says their product is FDA registered; this needs to be explained. FORM is NOT FDA approved. The FDA does not approve diet supplements. Being FDA registered does not give FORM any credibility.
FORM supposedly has a patent pending. We checked the US Patent Office website and did not find anything about FORM. This is not to say there is not a patent pending for FORM, but we didn’t find anything on it.
This FORM review finds FORM is a sketchy product at best. The ingredients in FORM diet pills are not disclosed, but they charge an arm and a leg for them. The promise of wealth from selling FORM is likely to end up in frustration and disappointment. Choose a diet pill that actually focuses on proven ingredients rather than making more money for the people at the top.