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Weight Loss Supplement Review (ProVen)

PROVEN Weight Loss Supplement

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Proven Weight Loss Supplement’s promotional video and the statement on the banner makes claims consistent with other information stated by various sources read by the author (e.g., “Scientist Reveals Real Cause of Weight Gain”):

1) negative effects of BPA (microplastics circulating in our bodies from our diets and water supply);

2) the effect of the stress-hormone, cortisol;

3) the effect of Ghrelin on weight gain by increasing appetites; and

4) chemicals known as obesogens that are hormonal disruptors, and as the name implies, increase obesity.

The benefit of consuming vitamins, minerals, and supplements to detoxify or otherwise help the body to promote healing and increase longevity, is information I learned from reputable organizations such as the Life Extension Foundation previously promoted on this website (click here)).


Before I decided to post the review on ProVen, I researched complaints. If any complaints exist, I did not find any (as of July 10, 2021, no complaints are listed on the website for the Better Business Bureau). What I found instead was other advertisements for the product that related to scams associated with the ProVen weight loss product, not the product itself, or other advertisement for associated weight loss supplements.

[After posting the original review on 10/25/2020, I found an additional YouTube video that supports what I wrote above and am happy to give her props for exposing one of the online scams that I had seen and was suspicious of because of its claim for a 90% discount on ProVen.]

A problem I find in the personal testimony below by the young lady in the YouTube video is that she states ProVen is approved by the FDA. NOT TRUE: the FDA does not approve supplements and if you read the responses to the questions at the end of the ProVen video, the owner DOES NOT claim that ProVen is FDA approved.

He shows the following: † Statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

I did find a previous user of ProVen who claimed that it worked if taken correctly and at the scheduled times.

Her YouTube video may been seen here:

The warning about losing money is related to false advertisers of the product.

The following information is as provided to affiliate marketers by NutraVesta for ProVen:

Product Information

“ProVen is, quite possibly, one of the worlds very best natural weight loss supplements. We’ve taken 20 of the most powerful and highest quality natural ingredients, dosed them all at optimal levels and combined them to create this pioneering formula.

“Unlike the vast majority of competitor supplements, the exact quantity of each ingredient in ProVen is clearly listed.

“We don’t need to hide behind ‘proprietary blends,’ or any other fancy marketing terms – we’re proud that each ingredient in ProVen is appropriately dosed and want to share that with you.

“What’s more, we ensure that each ingredient is of the absolute highest potency and purity available.

“Each bottle contains 60 capsules which is enough for a 1 month supply and are shipped to the customer immediately after purchase from our state of the art warehouse.”

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Conclusion

Based on my knowledge and understanding about the listed ingredients contained in ProVen, if I suffered from obesity or wanted to lose weight, I would purchase ProVen and take it as recommended to help me control my weight and thus improve my health by losing unwanted pounds.