From the pollution in the air to the fatty food that we eat, our society has been thoroughly entrenched in an unhealthy lifestyle. When people have problems focusing, have low energy levels and headaches, a remedy for this could be to detoxify the colon. That’s at least what Solpria claims it can do.
Introduced with probiotics, Solpria tells it’s potential users that they can not only detoxify their system, but lose weight at the same time. Hitting two birds with one stone never seemed so easy. But is it really that easy? Or are the claims this product makes about itself founded on nothing but thin air? We decided to look into this product and find out.
Solpria is manufactured by a company called CannyAlley Ltd., which is located in the United Kingdom. Not much else is known about this company, as Cannyalley has no official website. Solpria is sold in the United Kingdom, and as such, is unavailable for purchase in the United States.
Solpria‘s website claims that the body’s digestive tract gets backed up with waste, which in turn can make a person feel tired and bloated, among other ailments. Solpria claims that it can help flush the system out, while at the same time boosting energy levels and metabolism. It is also claimed that this product can help burn fat and aid in the digestive process. On no part of the company’s official website however, is it ever mentioned how to take this product.
There are no reviews out on this product, nor does the official website offer any testimonials to verify the claims made by this product.
Like diet pills on the top 10 list, Solpria contains ingredients that are all natural. It should be noted however, that there are no clinical studies provided that prove that Solpria itself is effective in regards to weight loss, or for that matter, that the combined ingredients are known to be effective either.
Adverse effects following consumption of this product may include the following:
Headaches and mood swings.
It should also be noted that because this product acts as a mood stabilizer, users may possibly experience, confusion, memory loss, drowsiness and difficulty breathing.
In addition to the weight loss it promises, this product can also help clean out the digestive tract.
To start, the company’s official website is done on WordPress, which doesn’t feel very legitimate. This is not to mention that there are areas where correct grammar isn’t used, or words may be randomly omitted. This all gives a very unprofessional presentation to the viewer and potential buyer. One will also notice a lack of testimonials, which is also a bad sign. Without it’s own testimonials, it feels as if the product doesn’t even believe in itself.
Solpria also makes a lot of claims about how great it’s product is, going so far as to even say that diet and exercise aren’t necessary to include when using this product. There are statements made that the ingredients included are proven to be effective, but nowhere are any studies ever mentioned. So really what we have here is a company that likes talking about itself.
Lastly this product is only available in the United Kingdom, so even if you wanted to try it, you would have to live “across the pond” as the Brits say. Why waste your time for a product that isn’t even available anyway?
Fantastic claims require fantastic evidence to back it up. That’s something that this product’s makers should have thought of before deciding to go ahead and publish the statements on their website.
With an unprofessional presentation, Solpria tries to get users to spend their hard earned money on their product. While making fantastic claims, there is no real evidence that this product works as it is advertised to. From the grammatically incorrect text on it’s own website to lack of clinical studies, just about everything this product has out on itself is a red flag. No diet pill that is actually worth anything would follow the model of this product. If anything, this product is evidence of what a diet pill website should not look like.
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