Nuvagenic is a weight loss pill that has been in the spotlight on a number of different occasions, but it hasn’t necessarily been receiving this media attention because of the help that it has been providing customers. Instead, there have been several waves of customer complaints that have flooded the internet at different times, in which they have expressed frustration over the side effects of the product, the lack of benefits, and a number of other struggles that they have faced.
What is very common about the reviews that this product has received from customers is that a large number of them would not ever purchase this product again. Still, reviews – while helpful – are not the only factors to be considered when you are thinking about a product to help with weight loss. Therefore, before making a final judgment about Nuvagenic, it is a very good idea to conduct some research with a much greater amount of depth.
The official Nuvagenic diet pill website is quite familiar to most people who have looked into at least a handful of this type of product. The reason is that it uses a kind of template that is exceptionally commonplace within this industry. It is very clear by looking at this website that the primary concern of the manufacturer is to make a sale, and that providing the dieter with the information that he or she will require in order to make a proper decision for his or her weight loss and health is secondary.
The claims made by the website about this product are that it speeds up the rate of weight loss, it provides metabolic support, it decreases fat levels (and makes a specific point that it reduces belly fat, which is odd, as there is no pill that can control the area from which fat will be reduced), and it says that it “nourishes overall health”. For the last point, it was making reference to cholesterol levels.
The lack of information provided on the website did not offer a complete list of ingredients that make up this product. The only ingredient that is mentioned on the site is African Mango (also known as irvingia gabonensis). It could be that this is the only active ingredient within this pill, but as of the writing of this review, the website never specifically said that.
Moreover, the research that has been conducted on this ingredient is quite limited. Though it has shown some promise in certain areas, that has been demonstrated only in limited, preliminary studies. At best, it can be said that African mango is worthy of further study.