The search for the best-quality, most-effective health supplements continues. Today we want to take a look at TruVision Health, and give it an objective review. There are quite a few customer reviews of the product casting them in a less than positive light, but everyone deserves their day in court, right? So we’ll take a look and analyze for ourselves all the information out there on the product so we can figure out if this is the real deal or just another one of the endless non-starters out there.
What’s It About, Exactly?
First things first. TruVision is a company that specializes in a wide variety of products including such well-known names as TruEssentials, TruNeccessity, and TruHealth. Note before we go much further that the lukewarm reviews we mentioned above weren’t complaints about negative side-effects as such or complaints about their health being impaired as a result of using the product, but more like customers bemoaning the lack of personal results they experienced with the product.
That’s why we figured a closer inspection of what exactly goes into their product might shed some light on to what exactly is going on here. That’s what we’ll be getting into a bit further down. For now, here’s a bit more background information on their product.
The company introduced their TruVision supplement line back in 2014 with the ostensible aim of helping their customers achieve their weight-loss aspirations. They are widely available from a large number of distributors, retailers, as well as their online store where you can order directly from them.
Does The Science Back Up TruVision’s Claims?
One thing we noticed about the supplements, which are to be taken twice a day, was the inclusion of natural ingredients in their formulations. Some of these TruVision Health ingredients included:
The company claims that their products will help their clients with losing wight, and that the results will be evident. What we couldn’t locate anywhere, however, were any independent clinical studies to back up these claims about TruVision Health.
What we could find, however, was ample evidence from clinical studies that confirmed the fact that the ingredients that go into the product do have a beneficial impact on weight loss. Rasberry ketones, green tea extract, caffeine, and others all have a well-documented backing in science regarding their effectiveness as weight loss helpers. We would love to see someone carry out a formal study on TruVision products in order to more solidly back up their claims.
Every dietary supplement out there will have is fair share of possible side-effects, and this is no exception. For people with a low tolerance to caffeine, some feelings of shakiness or jitters are a possibility. For some others, feelings of impatience and agitation might present themselves. Should these be the case for you, it’s recommended that you decrease your dosage of the supplement. It shouldn’t worry us too much though, as it’s only a matter of getting used to caffeine in your system and the effects will fade away on their own with time.
Again, it’s not everybody who will experience these side-effects. In fact, for some users reported POSITIVE side-effects of the supplement, for example some users who stated that their stomach issues vanished once they started on the supplements.
Can We Trust These Guys?
That’s the real question here, isn’t it? There is no end to the reports of these so-called health companies scamming unknowing customers with useless, ineffective, and potentially harmful products, so it’s wise to be careful with them.
In April 2015, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) contacted numerous companies offering products that contained 4-amino-2-methylpentane citrate (DMBA), and TruVision was on that list. They stated that the ingredient was still not cleared for human consumption, and thus they requested that the companies do away with it until it was approved.
TruVision immediately complied with the directive and pulled its affected products from all shelves. The thing to note here is the fact that TruVision demonstrated its commitment to fully complying with all safety precautions out there, even when it probably cost them money. That’s not how scam companies behave. Not by a long shot.
At the end of the day, every supplement comes with clear instruction son its usage, and accompanying directions on what lifestyle changes will need to be made or avoided for them to work effectively.
We might not know whether customers who don’t experience the results they expect follow these instructions as they should, but the science behind the ingredients of TruVision Health is solid. It has shown positive results for untold numbers of people, and we think confidence in their products is not misplaced. Try them out for yourself.