Miracle Diet Drops are an over the counter weight loss formulation that have been designed to be administered as a liquid instead of as a pill such as a capsule or tablet. While this doesn’t change the nature of the product in terms of the type of the type of benefit that it claims to provide, it could be more appealing than pills to dieters who find it challenging to be able to swallow tablets and capsules.
The official website explains that when a dieter purchases this product, he or she doesn’t just end up with a product but he or she also gains a membership to the dieting club through the company’s website. Whether or not this is actually considered to be a feature to buying the product is up to the individual dieter, as the website is quite rough, it is not regularly updated and maintained, and portions of it are quite hard to read as the background and text colors often approach one another. The text is filled with various types of mistakes and errors, to the extent that it may be believed that it was written in another language and translated with some form of software. If that is not the case, the people who are being the writing of the content did not take much care in terms of its accuracy and they have never gone back to repair it.
The website and membership aside, what most people would want to know about Miracle Diet Drops is whether or not they will actually work to help speed up weight loss or make it easier to accomplish.
After consulting with a doctor, the next thing that a dieter should do is look at the ingredients that make up the formulation. Although it took some searching on the website, the list of ingredients was finally located in the FAQ section. They appear to have been added as a kind of afterthought, as the entire format of their entry is different from the rest of the site.
At the time that this review was written, they were listed as: l-Carnitine, L-Omithine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, Tryosine, Tryptophan, Beta-Alanine, Green Tea Leaf Extract Panax Ginseng, Ginger Root, Garcinia, Eleuthero (Siberian ginseng), Capsicum, and Raspberry Ketone.
No research was cited in order to help to back up the claims that are made about these ingredients and any ability that they might have to make fat loss faster and easier. All of these substances are found quite commonly in the over the counter weight loss industry, but only some have been researched with weight loss in mind. Among them, only a small few have shown positive results in promoting weight loss in limited research.