Keto Trim is a good source of exogenous ketones which are taken as part of a high-fat, low-carb diet for weight loss. Its makers call it a designer pre-workout supplement but there is a lack of scientific evidence that can support their claims. Hence, research teams from many bodies are investigating this.
Does this product have any side effects? Or is it a scam? Also, does it have any clinically proven benefits? If so, or not so, let us now read this article to see what has been uncovered and revealed.
Keto Trim – a brief intro
Keto Trim weight loss is an exogenous ketone product that has been marketed as a designer supplement taken before a workout. It contains raspberry ketones. Dieters take exogenous ketones to encourage their body entering a state of ketosis faster than others.
The makers of Keto Trim call themselves an ultra-premium brand. They claim that the supplement will help combat symptoms of the ‘keto flu’ whilst giving dieters a boost of energy and metabolism.
How much does it cost and where to buy it from?
The trouble with most keto supplements at the moment is that they are in abundance, with so many manufacturers making them and causing an overlap in the names too. When consumers look to buy the Keto Trim product, they often are unable to provide any listing.
Thanks to the links found by some, the links lead to Purefit Keto. Apart from the PureFit name, the bottles look quite identical.
The following are products similar to this supplement:
- Keto 6x.
- Keto OS NAT.
- Keto OS Unleashed.
- Keto fuel.
How did Keto Trim Start?
Keto Trim is manufactured by Nature-Driven. The company is a dietary supplement maker based near Brilliant in Ohio. Researchers are perturbed by the fact that there is very scant research and information available about the manufacturers of Keto Trim.
Nature-Driven claims itself to be an ultra-premium brand that sells exclusive supplements for health and weight loss in obesity.
Nature Driven itself has a wide range of products which are as under:
- Keto Trim.
- Keto Cuts.
- Keto Detox.
- Keto Lean.
- Keto Lyte.
- Keto Extreme.
- Keto Slim.
- Keto Burn Plus.
- Keto Carb X.
- Keto BHB.
- Keto Grow.
- Nature Driven Appetite Suppressant.
- Nature Driven Turmeric.
- Nature Driven Hemp Oil.
Most have noticed that a lot of products sold by Nature-Driven are related to keto. Each product contains exogenous ketones along with a proprietary blend of ingredients.
The company has a Facebook account, but the followers are minimal with 58 as well as minimal activity. The official website was insecure and was thus not easily accessible. How real is the company? How dangerous are their products? Is the company a red flag? Researchers looking into this were determined to look for more.
What does Keto Trim claim?
Nature-Driven made some interesting claims about Keto Trim which are as under:
- Curbs your appetite.
- Increases energy.
- Boosts weight loss potential.
- It has natural ingredients.
- It was once featured on ABC’s Shark Tank.
- It is scientifically formulated for men and women.
Was Keto Trim featured on Shark Tank?
Keto Trim is one of those keto products among a wide variety who claim to have been featured on the hit TV show ABC Shark Tank. This however became part of a marketing scam which was investigated by the Better Business Bureau.
Several supplement makers often use the Shark Tank name so they can add validity to the tall claims they make. However, most of them never actually appeared on that show. Despite the fact that Keto Trim was never featured, is never scheduled to be and will never be featured on Shark Tank; the company still promotes its supplements as products featured on Shark Tank.
What else is the company Nature-Driven deceiving customers about? What are the truths to claims made by the company regarding the supplements, if there are any? Research teams delved further to investigate by checking the ingredients.
The ingredients of Keto Trim
The following are the ingredients of Keto Trim:
- Caffeine Anhydrous.
- Garcinia Cambogia.
- Green Tea.
- Green Coffee Bean Extract.
- Raspberry Ketones.
The ingredients do sound authentic, but the company has made a lot of lies. Hence, this supplement probably has bad reviews with it.