Does Calorad MG Really Work?


Does Calorad MG work?Calorad MG is an herbal weight loss pill that says you can lose weight and build muscle while you sleep. We’d all like to do lots of things while we sleep: make money, lose weight, get smarter. It’s the perfect time to get things done since it doesn’t involve us at all. But can a pill really give you any results if you’re just taking it once a day before bed?

Overview
We all want fast results with as little effort as possible when it comes to weight loss. Taking a diet pill can help us get compliments from people more quickly, and it can also encourage us to eat better, knowing that the weight will come off more quickly. When you are sizing up different diet pills, you want to make sure that you don’t fall into the trap of thinking that the pill is the fix. You hold the key to your weight loss at all times, and a pill can be a tool to help you, but ultimately you will have to make the changes to get to where you want to be.

The Claim
Calorad MG says that it’s all natural, and that it works with your body’s system to help you lose pounds and inches. It also says that it can help you build lean muscle because it is a protein supplement. But if bodybuilders could take protein supplements in pill form, why are protein shakes so popular?

It says it works while you sleep to help your body break up the fat, while also repairing your muscle tissue. It says that it is one of the leading natural weight loss remedies, but no substantiation is made for this claim. They also say that it poses no harmful side effects or risk.

They add on that it can lead to better sleep, more energy, and better health overall. Might as well top it off with some vague claims that could never be proven or disproved. Is there anything more subjective than how you slept, whether or not you feel more energetic, and if you’re healthier? Even scientists would have trouble coming up with tests to see if these pills actually help in these areas.

The Hype
The hype is that this is your classic diet pill, and while they don’t say that you can eat whatever you want and keep your current lifestyle, they do say that no special diet is required. You’ve got to look past this and only use weight loss pills as a springboard to healthier eating and more exercise.

The Cost
Calorad MG comes in a 4 month supply for $!60 or a 6 month supply for $240, so no savings by ordering larger supplies.

The Commitment
They say that all you have to do is take 3 of these capsules before you go to bed so that there’s no food in your stomach. They also say that you should be drinking your 8 glasses of water a day. They say you don’t have to diet while you’re on it, but that you should eat sensibly. This makes it easier to remember to take than something you have to take three times a day. Once before bed is a regimen most people could stick with.

Evaluation
They say that millions of people have already tried Calorad MG, but if that’s true they’re the quietest bunch of people around. We were unable to locate any reviews, positive or negative, from Calorad MG users. We’re not so sure we buy into the claim that millions have used it. Aside from that, there’s just not much in the way of valid reasons given on why you should try this.

Final Calorad MG Review

You can safely avoid getting involved with Calorad MG, as we were unable to find any social evidence that it works. With a product like this you don’t want to be the first one to try it out, and since there aren’t many reasons given for why it should work, you’d basically be left believing the claims and following blindly into uncharted territory. If this were the only diet pill in the world you might have to take your chances with it, but with so many other options available with positive feedback and clinical studies, it doesn’t make sense to go with this.

Our Recommendation
This is the kind of diet pill that you should avoid taking. A diet pill shouldn’t be thought of as a permanent fix, suggested by the way that they sell these in 4 and 6 month supplies. You should never have to take a diet pill for this long. Used as a way to jump start a lifestyle change is one thing, but thinking about using one for the long term as your entire weight loss solution is another.

What do you think? Does Calorad MG work or not?


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Brianna Sky August 14, 2012 at 2:47 pm

It’s too bad that calorad mg got thumbs down review from you because I really hoped that it’d be a good product. I know everyone’s busy nowadays but nobody’s busy like me. I run my own business and I work 14 hours a day, sleeping maybe 4 to 5 hours a day. You’d think this should make me lose weight but it actually doesn’t. I don’t get to sleep when I’m supposed to and I eat at the wrong time so I just keep gaining weight. I understand that I’d be the first few to give this a try, but at this point I need to give it a shot and hope that it works. Thanks for the honest review though.

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Jessica November 8, 2012 at 7:03 pm

Did you end up trying the Calorad? If so did you get good results for the high price of the pills?

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Chrystal April 9, 2013 at 12:32 pm

Hi there, I myself took calorad mg and in 3 months I lost 20 pounds and dropped almost three pant sizes. So I believe calorad works. Well it did for me anyways. I did gain weight after I stopped taking them, but all in all it worked while I was taking them.

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