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Anyone tried this or heard anything about it?

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glmama1388785950.66719751 PostsRegistered 12/8/2006

Hi-Nope. I don't know what it is??? I've tried their green coffee bean extract and I actually returned it. They have bars and chews and lots of other stuff that many like, too. I'd love to hear more about this product.

Over 40. Dark hair. Fair, with mild-moderate Rosacea. Finicky skin. Did I mention--Gorgeous? ;)

jadakish1388802918.24736 PostsRegistered 2/22/2009Maryland

I googled Meratrim and read a little about it. It seems like it was developed in 2011 and the company that makes it sells it to other brands as well to put in their own packaging and with other proprietary ingredients. It sounds like it might be a good supplement. Keep us posted if you decide to try it.

lovemyparr­ot1388866202.80730 PostsRegistered 8/13/2011

Just had a quick look around the internet - the Q has it - then I went to the Re-Body site - sounds really interesting - of course, I am always a sucker for a new "weight loss aid" LOL !!!!

layne401389020424.407663 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

Well I Googled it too and on all the other sites you get 90 capsules, many for the SAME PRICE! QVC only gives you 60.

"Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as you ever can." - John Wesley


jlkz1389200176.443620 PostsRegistered 12/2/2013
Received my qvc bottle today jan 8: the bottle was quite large but when I looked inside it was only one-third full....talk about over packaging. Am starting to take the daily recommended dosage and will repost in a week to let you know how it's working.

tiggeerrif­ic51390996493.8532230 PostsRegistered 7/13/2006

Layne ---QVC is giving you TWO 60 count bottles

phoenixbrd1390997624.523865 PostsRegistered 2/14/2009

I did a little research on this product too. I found an interesting article on weight loss supplements written in Whole Foods magazine. I checked prices too and found this to be an excellent price (the insider price at GNC it much more...when you consider you are getting 2 bottles at QVC) After researching I'm also considering the SafSlim product. I saw this at Sam's Club and will compare their prices. I usually don't purchase these type of products. I am on a mission to lose weight so I can get off of blood pressure meds. After doing some reading, I'm willing to add these products to my aresonal of weight loss strategies.

Sphaeranthus indicus
One of the extracts in the Meratrim®prietary blend, Sphaeranthus indicus extract, also called East Globe Indian Thistle, is widely used in traditional Ayurvedic to help promote health. Ayurveda, a holistic practice that started in India over 5,000 years ago, reveals that ancient Indians had a rich knowledge of the health supporting value of different plants. Many herbs and blends used in traditional system have now been investigated scientifically.* †

Garcinia mangostana
The other extract is Garcinia mangostana, or Mangosteen, fruit rind extract. It is different than mango or Garcinia cambogia. Mangosteen fruits were mentioned generations ago in Chinese records.* †

sunnybrook1391000091.6232327 PostsRegistered 8/25/2005

For those of you who are going to try this product, I wish you success. I have found that nothing that promises quick weight loss ever proves a good idea. Either something is published down the road that establishes the fact that the ingredients weren't good for your body and/or the weight doesn't stay off. The old "eat less, and exercise routine" is the only really safe way to lose weight and keep it off. And, yes, it takes a long time.

winamac11391000203.81330586 PostsRegistered 12/29/2010Indiana

I'd not waste my money! These women who are calling in are losing weight because they are walking at least 30 minutes a day and cutting calories. This supplement is not the reason for their weight loss!

"Friends don't let friends...drink white zinfandel"

Bikkie1391000769.7033941 PostsRegistered 10/7/2009

DIET and EXERCISE

cotto221391002048.7671544 PostsRegistered 5/20/2006

Saf slim and several other companies were just cited by the FDA and have to return millions to consumers who believed their claims of weight loss from their powders/pills.

Sadly, there is no magic bullet for weight loss. My guess is that this will be touted as a supplement to manage weight loss or to stimulate the metabolism in some way. I won't watch so don't crucify me if I am off base! I, too, believe that the best way to lose weight is to increase activity and decrease calorie intake.

There are some foods that are better for you than others, and surely QVC could promote information on those such as a healthy eating cookbook. Maybe those wouldn't sell as well as something like this product. Hey, I would love to pop a pill, eat waffles and bacon for breakfast and not feel full or gain a pound or two. When they invent it, I will buy it. But I doubt as if I will find it on QVC.

faeriemoon1391002663.416175 PostsRegistered 5/13/2005

SCAM!!! WAKE UP!!!

My dentist told me I need a crown. I was like, I KNOW, RIGHT!?! ~Pinterest~

phoenixbrd1391004970.47865 PostsRegistered 2/14/2009

Cotto...thanks for the info on SafSlim. Yup, there are no quick fixes for weight loss and obviously diet and exercise are KEY...no getting around it. However, while researching information to help me get off the blood pressure meds, I have found scientifically/clinically proven supplementation that will assist me in this journey. You just have to be very selective and know that a pill is not the answer, but might be helpful. (Most of my supplementation is herbs, vitamins, and incorporating certain whole foods that have been proven effective to lower blood pressure, and will help me in losing weight.)

2BCurious1391015693.1479 PostsRegistered 1/1/2014

In the two studies discussed on the company's website, people took 800mg/day (two 400mg capsules per day). See

http://www.interhealthusa.com/Research/meratrim-clinical-research.aspx

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23784895

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23767862

Doesn't that mean that there isn't any proof that the product sold by QVC and ReBody can work at the amount they are selling it at (400mg/day). You'd have to buy double the amount to match the studies.

2BCurious1391016696.2439 PostsRegistered 1/1/2014

My mistake... you get two bottles for a total of 120 capsules.

wildcat fan1391016908.4773447 PostsRegistered 1/18/2010

The before/after photos are intriguing, but when I read the fine print and saw that the AFTER photo is what she looks like after taking the product AND walking 30 minutes/day for 5 days each week AND limiting her calorie intake to 2000, it makes me think she probably could've gotten similar results without the product. It could be the exercise and lowering the daily calories that created the AFTER look.

I'd like to see an AFTER photo that features someone who just used the product without making those other changes.

msnicky1391028511.28330 PostsRegistered 5/3/2010

Don't fall into this trap ladies..... if you listen closely you'll hear it besides you'll hear Naomi tell you that its "the exercise and the caloric intake" that matters. The extra boost of energy etc. will come from your food, water and exercise.

Do what the before and afters did to "really" lose the weight and that is "walk 30 minutes a day 5 days a week with a caloric intake of 2,000 calories(eating more sensibly)

Hmmmm $49.98 plus s/h of 5.72 plus 4.00.....hmmmm almost $60.00 NOPE! Waste of time and money.

Think about it ...... it doesn't make any sense besides Dr. Naomi is scripted and weird.

Something is off.....I don't trust her or the brand. Find the fight within ladies it's there:)

msnicky1391028630.62330 PostsRegistered 5/3/2010
On 1/29/2014 2BCurious said:

In the two studies discussed on the company's website, people took 800mg/day (two 400mg capsules per day). See

http://www.interhealthusa.com/Research/meratrim-clinical-research.aspx

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23784895

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23767862

Doesn't that mean that there isn't any proof that the product sold by QVC and ReBody can work at the amount they are selling it at (400mg/day). You'd have to buy double the amount to match the studies.

yikes

msnicky1391028748.21330 PostsRegistered 5/3/2010
On 1/29/2014 sunnybrook said:

For those of you who are going to try this product, I wish you success. I have found that nothing that promises quick weight loss ever proves a good idea. Either something is published down the road that establishes the fact that the ingredients weren't good for your body and/or the weight doesn't stay off. The old "eat less, and exercise routine" is the only really safe way to lose weight and keep it off. And, yes, it takes a long time.

AMEN!!!:)))

winamac11391034984.3530586 PostsRegistered 12/29/2010Indiana
On 1/29/2014 msnicky said:

Don't fall into this trap ladies..... if you listen closely you'll hear it besides you'll hear Naomi tell you that its "the exercise and the caloric intake" that matters. The extra boost of energy etc. will come from your food, water and exercise.

Do what the before and afters did to "really" lose the weight and that is "walk 30 minutes a day 5 days a week with a caloric intake of 2,000 calories(eating more sensibly)

Hmmmm $49.98 plus s/h of 5.72 plus 4.00.....hmmmm almost $60.00 NOPE! Waste of time and money.

Think about it ...... it doesn't make any sense besides Dr. Naomi is scripted and weird.

Something is off.....I don't trust her or the brand. Find the fight within ladies it's there:)

ITA

It's all about the calorie intake and exercise. They'd lose weight on a placebo pill exercising and limiting calories. This lady is full of it.

"Friends don't let friends...drink white zinfandel"

winamac11391035003.49330586 PostsRegistered 12/29/2010Indiana

There IS something "off" about this woman to me too.

"Friends don't let friends...drink white zinfandel"

phoenixbrd1391047207.707865 PostsRegistered 2/14/2009

cancelled my order...not good reviews posted on QVC

I'll stick to what I am doing as I know it will work with patience

kidznpupz1391047544.42553 PostsRegistered 9/5/2005

This is a scam designed to separate unsuspecting people from their money. Sadly the Q has come a long way from the days of Dr Taub and the original Nature's Code. There is no credibility anymore and this product makes them a laughingstock. Andrew Lessman will have a field day with this. I am embarrassed for the hosts that have to present this snake oil.

Shame on you Q

ilovedaisi­es1391047634.93158 PostsRegistered 7/20/2010Turn left

Tomorrow I'm starting Lean Cuisine twice a day with a Kind bar in the afternoon and a cup of popcorn at night. I can't really exercise because of my limitations, but I can push away from the table.

Kzeks13910516764807 PostsRegistered 5/25/2006Michigan/Europe
On 1/29/2014 winamac1 said:

I'd not waste my money! These women who are calling in are losing weight because they are walking at least 30 minutes a day and cutting calories. This supplement is not the reason for their weight loss!

I agree.... IF YOU CUT CALORIES, and exercise you WILL

lose weight.... If you drink "Ceylon" tea it will speed up the

weight loss.... YOU CAN find Ceylon tea at any grocery or

Health Food Store....

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