Cybertrim Pro HCG Review
The hype surrounding the HCG diet has created an opportunity for other companies, such as Cybergenics, to create similar products and programs, such as Cybertrim Pro HCG.
Though this product is a bit more affordable than the other HCG system, I was hesitant to endorse its effectiveness based on price alone.
For this reason, I have looked into Cybertrim Pro HCG, examined its ingredients and safety, and looked to consumer reviews for help on whether it is effective as supplements like Apidextra.
Cybertrim Pro HCG Ingredients
Cybertrim Pro HCG does have some ingredients that are meant to help with suppressing appetite and burning fat, but most of the other ingredients they include are a little confusing.
They include Irvingia Gabonesis, or the popular African Mango, which is commonly used in weight loss pills. It has been clinically studied and linked to suppressing appetite and burning fat, so that speaks well for this product.
I found that they added L-Carnitine, which helps the body produce energy. This can lead you to move more and stay more active, but it does not directly influence weight loss.
The other ingredients are a little unclear in purpose. For example, three of the ingredients (Chaste Tree Berry, Dong Quai, and Wild Yam) are meant to help ease the symptoms of PMS and menopause while another is a testosterone booster (D-Aspartic acid). These types of conflicting purposes can make a product ineffective.
Another aspect I found interesting was that all of these ingredients come in a proprietary blend. This means that there is no way of knowing exactly how much African Mango has been added to the formula. Since that is the only ingredient that has been linked and used for weight loss, it is essential to put in an effective amount.
Proprietary blends are notorious for hiding information about dosage, so it is likely that the other ingredients, those not linked at all with weight loss, are at higher dosages than the African Mango.
Strangely enough, I could not find the ingredient HCG listed on any of the websites selling the product. What good is an HCG product that does not include HCG?
Are There Any Potential Risks?
Setting the potentially dangerous low-calorie diet aside, the product itself is not strong enough to trigger any negative side effects.
However, you’ll definitely want to consult your doctor before making any drastic changes to your diet or exercise regimen, especially if you are taking medication or have a medical condition.
Cybertrim Pro HCG, like so many other HCG products, comes in a liquid supplement form rather than the typical dietary capsule for weight loss. It uses a homeopathic approach, offering ingredients diluted with water for “faster absorption.”
It’s meant to be taken by the dropper-full twice a day with meals. Additionally, you’ll want to follow the HCG diet program enclosed in the box. Since there is very little information available about Cybertrim Pro HCG, I am unsure what this diet program entails.
I have a guess that the HCG program is similar to other HCG diets, requiring that you cut your calories back to a mere 500 a day, which makes it difficult to consume adequate nutrients to stay healthy.
Product Price and Guarantee
Cybertrim Pro HCG is becoming increasingly difficult to find due to the fact that the manufacturers do not have an official website. There is an imitation found at cyber-trim.com, but it only offers Thyro-Slim rather than any HCG products. However, if you’re lucky you may be able to find it for $59.99 for a 4 fl. oz. bottle on Amazon.com. A few months ago, you may have been able to find the product at Walmart for $20, but it has since been removed from their inventory.
There is no money-back guarantee associated with this product – so if it doesn’t work for you, you’re out of luck. A few distributors may back all of their products, but you’ll want to double check their return policies before purchasing.
Originally Cybertrim Pro HCG was part of a 6 week program created by Cybergenics. It was designed to be incorporate four “nutritionally balanced” supplements alongside a manual detailing dietary and exercise requirements. When purchased all together, the program sold for over $100.
However, it has since gone bankrupt, which is why the product may be difficult to find.
Consumer reviews did mention that Cybertrim Pro HCG had some temporary effects. This may be due, however, to the decrease in the number of calories they ate on a daily basis while taking the drops. The manufacturers suggest taking 1 dropper-full daily in addition to eating an 800 calorie diet rather than the regular 2,000 calorie diet.
Most consumers did not complain of hunger or a major loss of energy, but some mentioned that they still felt hungry and sluggish while taking these drops.
Given that Cybertrim Pro HCG does not have any clinically proven ingredients, I am skeptical about those who say it is effective. From what I can tell, Cybertrim Pro HCG doesn’t have quite the comprehensive working power as other types of appetite suppressants.
For example, Apidextra is used for suppressing appetites and boosting metabolisms and do so safely and effectively.
Apidextra’s manufacturers also have added a 100% money back guarantee, which shows that they are confident enough in their product to provide you with risk-free trials.