Zylorin Review

ZylorinZylorin is one of the latest fat burners to get to the market. Does it live up to the claims made on its web site? Let take a closer look and find out.

Zylorin, it’s All About the Hype

Have you ever had a friend that is constantly boasting her or him self up but are so far from reality that it almost makes you laugh? That is how I feel when I read what is on the Zylorin web site.

There is no data or clinical studies given. They don’t even list any of their ingredients. Just a whole lot of fluff.

This automatically puts a whole lot of red flags up in my mind. When a company is too embarrassed to put up study results, it usually means one thing, an ineffective product.

Ingredients in Zylorin

Zylorin contains a proprietary blend of main ingredients that including following: Hoodia Gordonii, Chromium, and Green Tea.

Hoodia Gordonii is an appetite suppressor. It is an ingredient that has been disappearing more and more ever year in the fat burner industry due to lack luster performance.

It does a great job when in its pure form but a lot of these fat burners have been using it as a blend which has decreased its effectiveness. Unfortunately the makers of Zylorin haven’t disclosed the amount of of Hoodia in the mix but judging by the amount of negative customer reviews it appears like there is a lot of cheap Hoodia.

Zylorin is another fat burner that has jumped on the Green Tea bandwagon. We all know Green Tea is a great supplement. It’s a powerful antioxidant, appetite suppressant and stimulant all wrapped up in one.

When it comes to these “Green Tea Supplements” something you always have to look for is the ratio of EGCG (active ingredient in green tea) in the tea. If it is low then you are getting some cheap tea. Convenient for them, Zylorin doesn’t state the ratio of EGCG in the product but my guess is that it is pretty low.

Vitamins in a Fat Burner?

Zylorin also contains vitamins such as Vitamin B-12, Vitamin B-6, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Folic Acid and Beta Carotene. ¬†Although vitamins when not taken in excess are good for your health, we need to remember the goal of a fat burner is to lose weight and they don’t do much in that department.

Pricing, Are These Tablets Made of Gold?

The retail price of Zylorin is 65 dollars. I know as the gas prices have been going up so have other prices but 65 dollars, give me a break. There are a lot better weight loss supplements out there for nearly half the price.

Pros

  • Money Back Guarantee

Cons

  • No Clinical Studies
  • Very Expensive
  • Negative Customer Reviews

Final Verdict:

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Recent Zylorin User Comments

4 Reviews

  1. Laura Zenger
    July 15, 2008 @ 5:49 pm

    Comment

    I have been considered overweight my whole life and was really hoping this one would work. It didn’t. I am starting to wonder if I will ever lose these pounds.

  2. Dominic
    July 22, 2008 @ 10:50 am

    Comment

    What a bunch of lies. This pill’s advertisements are a bunch of lies.

  3. Jason T.
    August 5, 2008 @ 4:44 pm

    Comment

    The best way for me to describe Zylorin would be using two words, half ass.

  4. Randy
    November 2, 2008 @ 9:24 am

    Comment

    One thing that I “MUST” be careful of, is the contents of any substance that contains “Green Tea”.
    Look up: Green Tea Drug Interactions

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