Calorad Weight Loss Scam Revealed?
Is the calorad weight loss "miracle" a joke? Before you take a competitor's word on this...first check to see if the person posting the negative information on Calorad is a competitor. Does he or she sell a competing weight loss product?
Over 1,000,000 folks have tried Calorad to date, and it remains the #1 collagen weight loss product on the market today. Competitors have come and gone. But Calorad remains.
When taking Calorad, you are instructed to avoid eating
anything 3 hours before bedtime. This is extremely important. But it is important for the proper absorption of Calorad, and not for the small amount of caloric intake saved.
If it is the 3-hour fast that causes the weightloss, you would see an abundance of 3-hour-before bedtime fasting diets. Those who have tried them soon find that these diets simply don't work. But Calorad seems to work just fine...in over 85% of folks who take it.
As a clinical nutritionist, I first thought that Calorad was a "scam", but then I and several family members and friends lost weight on the product. We have sold over $1,000,000.00 worth of the product on our website over the last 6 years. I have found that at least 60-85% of the folks who take the product report success (usually not until the second month). Those who don't usually are not taking it correctly, or have given up too soon (2 weeks to 1.5 months).
If Calorad doesn't work, the company will refund your money. This would be an expensive proposition for a "scam" product.
Dr. Steven P. Petrosino