What is Dida?
A self proclaimed “Scandinavian Formula” supplement that supports proper digestion and reduces any uncomfortable side effects such as gas , bloating and unease.
These tablets contain 11 ingredients meant to settle the stomach and keep healthy gut flora intact. While there’s a lot of promise here more importantly does it work?
Let’s focus in and see what it can do.
Who makes it?
New Nordic Limited comes straight out Sweden though they have a wide spread of products in the US.
The US marketing regulatory body cited New Nordic for false claims their product could help women grow hair. New Nordic changed their marketing and apologized for any wrong doing.
How (and) does it work?
This product contains ingredients meant to work inside the gastrointestinal tract; it’s meant to reduce the amount of fermenting gas. Due to the antimicrobial nature of their main ingredient cinnamon, it allows for healthy gut yeast to remain intact. When the Candida or gut flora is disrupted it can cause a weakened immune system as well as other problems.
Currently the makers provide no clinical trials or customer testimonials. It’s uncertain whether or not this product has been tested as they offer no results.
What’s inside of it and are there side effects?
There’s a lot of common ingredients found here that are probably already in your pantry. For supplements with ingredients that can’t be purchased cheaper and that aren’t most likely in your diet, take a peek at the natural supplements made.
Potential Side Effects: Rask, flushed skin,constant bathroom or urination, headaches, muscular cramps and aches, headaches, nausea, and vomiting.
Every ingredient is listed and the full amounts are disclosed.
While the product does have all natural ingredients most of these are found easily in supermarkets or they’re already in your kitchen. Most of the herbs find daily use in peoples diets and it’s unclear if extra supplementation is necessary.
Proper digestion is important, however this product fails to mention any clinical trials that help support their specific formula. Without knowing if testing was done on this product it remains to be seen of any future consequences.
Seeing as how the ingredients are easily attainable in supermarkets it then raises the question of price. Why pay extra cash for a product that can easily be made at home. It makes it easier to have it in tablet form but the price is still high. Also important to note is by taking all these ingredients at once it may lead to side effects not found when taken in foods.
There is mention that this product only be taken for 30 days and that diet and exercise are still needed to show results. There are important follow up questions to ask such as what happens after 30 days? Are there side effects? Also how effective is it without diet and exercise? Are the benefits small to begin with? Without knowing these answers it’s hard to justify purchase.
While it has an interesting marketing plan and it does give an easy breakdown, what’s lacking is actual evidence. It’s especially problematic when only one of their 11 ingredients has a mention as to its purpose. Customers need to know how effective and why they’re taking this supplement. Due to the lack of evidence and clinical trials it’s especially important to figure out how the manufacturers came to the conclusion that their formula works.
When taking a supplement it is critical to examine if the product is worth the money and if it actually has scientific backing for its claims. Unfortunately Dida does not provide any customer testimonials or evidence, finding alternative supplements that do are easily attainable however.
By investing the energy into a mystery supplement it does not provide you with the necessary information to make an informed decision. Look at the supplements readily available meant to provide you with all natural solutions for health.
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5 thoughts on “Dida Review: Is It Safe?”
I did buy Dida from Holland & Barrett, My GP advised me because of some of the medication I was on not to take it. I feel sometimes staff in these shops do not have the right training. I have bought other Newdordic products and they have been fine. They are expensive and would probably look elsewhere for better customer service. I still have the tablets but they are of no use.
Thanks for warning me. I was going to buy but after reading all the negatives, I have decided not to.
I recently bought this product also from H&B. After taking it for four days i started to get stomach cramps and really bad headaches. This has gone on for over a week and my stomach feels very colicky. I was fine before taking them so will not be taking any more, please be cautious especially if you have IBS or Diverticular disease.
I bought these tablets on 14th July 2020 because of bloating and gas, on taking just one tablet within two hours I started feeling unwell, nausea and feeling faint, later headaches feeling sick and diarrhoea. It took four days to get back to normal, all I can say be very careful and do your research before taking these tablets. there was no product information inside the package on contra indication which i think there should be. Not money well spent.
I was really keen to buy this as my IBS gets really bad with bloating etc. So glad I read your review. I will not take anything into my body without checking the research. Evidence based practice is what I was taught. Thank you