Zotrim Review

Zotrim diet pill reviewZotrim has been ever present in UK high street stores such as Boots, Superdrug and Tesco for several years.

Advertised as the “natural aid to lasting weight loss” it has remained relatively unchanged in product as well as marketing message since its introduction.

Familiar high street brands that Zotrim competes with are Lipobind and Adios as well as proprietary products such as Boots Diet Aid

Recently Adios and Lipobind have utilised marketing funds at their disposal, most likely to combat the threat of two newcomers: Appesat, the so called “seaweed” diet pill and most notably Alli – the chemical based former prescription only diet drug from US pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline

“2.3 kg average weight loss in six weeks” – British Food Journal

Zotrim, on the other hand has remained relatively low key to date – this though, is the only criticism that can be targeted at Zotrim.

What Is Zotrim

What is ZotrimZotrim is designed to tackle the two most common causes of weight gain and the apparent inability to lose it.

Over-indulgence – taking on more calories per day than perhaps we should

Calorie retention – not expelling more calories daily take we take on.

Or to use the philosophy that Zotrim employs – Calories in and Calories out.

If your particular ideology is to purchase the best possible product for the least outlay then Zotrim is there or there abouts.

A recent study was performed on the cost per lbs lost ratio (in other words someone who obviously had too much time on their hands analysed how much the various high street diet pills cost per poundage lost)

Zotrim or Lipobind, Alli, Appesat or Adios

Zotrim Compared to Lipobind, Alli, Adios and Appesat

Zotrim was adjudged to have cost £4.50 per pound of weight lost while its two nearest rivals Alli (£37 per pound) and Appesat (£54 per pound) with Lipobind heading for the realms of small mortgage territory.

Zotrim costs around £21.99 for single monthly packages with up 25% discounts for quantity Purchases.

How Does Zotrim Work

Zotrim is formulated using three main ingredients: Yerba Mate, Guarana and Damiana A detailed explanation can be found on the Zotrim website. Read

Less calories in: The Zotrim formulation can make you feel full sooner during a meal and for longer after a meal so you eat and snack less.

More calories Out: Zotrim can help you to feel invigorated and more energetic so that you are more active.

“It is when the clinical research is studied that Zotrim distances itself from the competition by quite some way”

Zotrim Clinical Evidence

Zotrim may be behind the big 4 (Adios, Lipobind, Alli and Appesat) in terms of marketing strength – but when the clinical evidence and scientific study is examined, there does appear to be some pretty conclusive arguments.

No fewer that 8 independent documents exist dating back to 2001 with The British Food Journal and Kings College London among the authors.

Prehaps the biggest endorsement of Zotrim (and indictment on Alli, Lipobind et al) is the recent BBC2 Programme Professor Regan’s Diet Clinic.

Zotrim clinical evidenceFor anyone unfamiliar with Professor Regan and her technique – imagine the cast of Dragons Den, Watch Dog and Rogue Traders rolled into one.

In recent months she was responsible for “savagely undermining the beauty cream and anti ageing industry” – more recently she applied the same technique to the high street diet pill industry.

There were not that many high street diet products that survived a mauling.

Zotrim not only came through the experience relatively unscathed but earned muted approval.

Where To Buy Zotrim

Buy ZotrimZotrim can be purchased from several major high street outlets including: Boots, Sainsburys, Tesco, Superdrug and Asda.

Purchases can also be made direct with a discounted pricing structure from the official reseller store

Official Zotrim Reseller Website