Drop Away Diet Drops are a type of weight loss supplement that is made in the form of a drop instead of a pill, to provide dieters with an alternative to tablets and capsules. This can be appealing to many people who struggle to be able to swallow pills, or who simply would prefer a different format.
That said, the most notable thing about Drop Away Diet Drops likely isn’t the fact that it is made in the form of a liquid instead of a pill – particularly as this type of option is becoming increasingly popular within this market. What is very interesting is that at the time of this review, there were a total of 22 ingredients that made up this formulation. This is considerably higher than the standard pill and is usually seen as an indicator that there is a decreased chance that the product will actually be effective. That said, just because these drops have a common warning sign against them, it doesn’t mean that they will not be effective or useful. It is important to look more closely at a product before making this type of assumption.
Typically speaking, one of the first steps to take – aside from consulting with a doctor – in terms of looking into weight loss products is to examine the ingredients and determine whether or not they have been scientifically proven to be both safe and effective. This could present quite a challenge when it comes to a product containing 22 ingredients. That said, the official website for Drop Away Diet Drops unfortunately does not provide a complete list of its ingredients. It lists only the first eight, and then simply says “and much more!”, so that the consumer would need to blindly trust the company and the fact that the remaining ingredients would not only be safe and effective, but that they would also not be something to which they could potentially be allergic.
The ingredients that are listed are: L-Carnitine, L-Ornithine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, Tyrosine,
Beta-alanine, Chromium, and Blue Green Algae (Aphanizomenon flosaquae). These are all ingredients that are commonly seen in the nonprescription weight loss industry, despite the fact that none of them have actually been proven to provide measurable weight loss in humans.
Moreover, as there is no complete ingredients list provided and the quantities of these first eight ingredients are not offered on the official website, it is impossible to know if there are any specific combinations that could be considered effective. As 22 ingredients are all meant to be dispensed in the form of liquid drops, even if all of these substances were effective, it would be unlikely that there would be enough in them to actually provide the desired results.