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Omnitrition Review

The bottom line is this company is a scam...

Review overview

Summary

Omnitrition is a multi-level marketing company that opened its doors in 1989.

Pros

  • None

Cons

  • Over priced
  • Unhealthy calorie amount
  • Only 30-day money back guarantee
  • Little to no information on the products

Ratings in depth

  • Effectiveness
  • Scientific Backing
  • Customer Reviews
  • Customer Support
  • Money Back Guarantee
2 10 Bad

They promote the HCG Diet drops. The website does not offer a lot of information about the products and the programs so I immediately called into the support line. With its 500 calorie a day diet plan, for 60 days this had me afraid to ask more. For one bottle of Omni Drops, it was $79.00 and this was a 30-day supply. In short, the company is overpriced, and under “caloried” to say the least. While they have a wide array of products to choose from, the most popular product was the Omni drops.

Omnitrition Claims

The company claims: “Omnitrition has been bringing the world’s finest nutritional products to America's families since October 1989 and continues its commitment to quality, integrity and the future.” The one issue I have as a customer is not getting any more information about the products, and the ingredients they use.

Under the information about the company on the website, they leave it very vague with no mention to any of their products. Due to their lack of claims, this has me worried straight away. I wanted more information, and was given nothing.

Omnitrition Scientific Backing

The details of the ingredients in the supplements is slim. This is downright scary. I would not be able to justify spending nearly $80.00 on a mystery bottle. They do provide basic nutritional information when looking at the products, but there is no order to why it helps your body lose weight. The website is so simple, in fact it had me wondering if the site was under construction.

As a customer up front, the company provides little to no information about the plan you will be purchasing, or how to take the drops. This may force the customer to call in and use a representative in their area, which then leads to their multi-level marketing business.

The fact that the products come with little to no information has me confused, and concerned as a customer.

Is Omnitrition Effective?

Based off of my research, anytime you are starving yourself with a miniscule 500 calories a day your body starts eating itself and losing weight. You will lose weight, but you will not become healthier. This diet is more dangerous than helpful. By this point, you can tell I do not support HCG diets, nor do I support starvation.

Does Omnitrition Have Side Effects?

Where do I begin…

Due to the large levels of HCG in the Omni drops alone, it makes them downright dangerous. Over 300 people were surveyed to whether or not they had done a HCG diet and had side effects, and nearly all of them have had side effects. Some very minor and obvious side effects are going to include: dehydration, headaches, loss of energy, slowed metabolism, and hunger. Some other noted side effects are hair thinning, constipation, rash, and leg cramps. No thank you.

What Is Omnitrition Support Like?

When calling into the support line, my call was answered immediately in a non-professional manner. I had to ask a multitude of questions, because there was little to no information on the website. To their credit I called in twice, and my calls were answered both times. They informed me that the most popular item were the Omni drops, and that many people buy the $79.00 starter kit. There is a 30-day money back guarantee which is not horrible, but in my opinion there should be a 365-day money back guarantee. This is a true HCG diet, and people have no problem selling it no matter the side effects.

The social media pages are merely reps trying to sell the product with their before and after photos. The followings on these sites are slim, and there is little to no follower activity. This is a multi-level marketing business remember, so money always motivates.

The Bottom Line

The bottom line is this company is a scam. They are starving your body down to 500 calories a day, and throwing in HCG Diet drops, or otherwise known as Omni Drops. There is a limited amount of information about the ingredients, because they are not good for you. I would strongly recommend to steer clear from this diet program all together. There are better ways to lose healthy weight, and keep it off! To top it all off, the products are extremely expensive.

Review overview

Summary

Omnitrition is a multi-level marketing company that opened its doors in 1989.

Pros

  • None

Cons

  • Over priced
  • Unhealthy calorie amount
  • Only 30-day money back guarantee
  • Little to no information on the products

Ratings in depth

  • Effectiveness
  • Scientific Backing
  • Customer Reviews
  • Customer Support
  • Money Back Guarantee
2 10 Bad

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References

Jones, N. (n.d.). Omnitrition International, Inc. Retrieved November 25, 2015, from https://www.omnitrition.com
Diet Pills Watchdog | Omnitrition Omni Drops Review, Omni Drops Scam. (2013, November 18). Retrieved November 25, 2015, from https://www.dietpillswatchdog.com/omnitrition-omni-drops/
Kay, C. (2015, September 27). Side Effects with the hCG Diet? My Story... Retrieved November 25, 2015, from https://hubpages.com/health/unsafe_hcg_diet
Side Effects and Dangers of the HCG Diet. (n.d.). Retrieved November 25, 2015, from https://www.hcgdietdrops.com/hcg-diet-side-effects-dangers.html

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Written by Lauren Jones

Lauren Jones

My name is Lauren, and I come from a longstanding background of fitness and nutrition. Whether it be hiking, running, camping, or just enjoying cooking in the kitchen I have made health a focal point of my life. I love to incorporate movement, and wellness in everything I do!

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