Nutra Forskolin Scam – DO NOT BUY

By | February 3, 2017

Don’t Be Fooled By Nutra Forskolin!

It seems like every month there is a brand new miracle diet pill. However, is Nutra Forskolin a new scam or a legit way to lose your belly fat?

In this post, I want to look at the detail around Nutra forskolin. Moreover, how its took social media by storm. Furthermore, who is behind this diet product and will you lose belly fat.

Popping pills to lose weight can be extremely alluring. It beats the commitment of exercise and diet. Right?

Nevertheless, we’ve not found a single pill within 12 years. We are sceptical about Nutra Forskolin.

In this post, we are going to uncover –

  1. What is Nutra Forskolin
  2. Who makes Nutra Forskolin
  3. If there is any research
  4. Our thoughts

As seen above, we’re going to uncover everything you need to know about this product.


Nutra Forskolin Scam

What Is Nutra Forskolin?

Forskolin is the active ingredient found in the root of Coleus plant. Coleus plants are located in the subtropical regions in Africa and Asia.

Forskolin isn’t anything new it been around for centuries. Forskolin is widely regarded as medicinal. In fact, heart, lung and urinary health benefit greatly from forskolin.

Most notably, forskolin has extensive uses in clinical research for cAMP. (cyclic adenosine monophosphate) In other words, this means signals from cell molecules trigger physiological changes.

However, in supplement form not so much clinical research has been conducted. however, we will get into that soon.

 Yet Another Dr Oz Product

This isn’t the first product Dr Oz has brought to the market and certainly won’t be the last, he’s also peddled pure green coffee, Garcinia Cambogia, safflower oil, CLA, Raspberry Ketone and much more.

Each of Dr Oz’s products is very popular, not because they work, but for the fact, Dr Oz is a celebrity. He even has his own show watched by millions.

Also, because of his DR status, it invokes automatic trust. Something, Dr Oz is aware of.

Is he a real doctor? yes, he is. However, it seems like wealth and stardom have overtook his passion for helping people. In fact, he has come under a lot of heat from professionals in his field and even senators!

This is what Senator Claire McCaskill had to say after a follow-up hearing from the crackdown on fake diet pills by the Federal Trade Commission.

“I don’t get why you need to say this stuff because you know it’s not true, So why, when you have this amazing megaphone…why would you cheapen your show by saying things like that?”

When you feature a product on your show it creates what has become known as the ‘Dr. Oz Effect’ — dramatically boosting sales and driving scam artists to pop up overnight using false and deceptive ads to sell questionable products,’ she said.

While I understand that your message is occasionally focused on basics like healthy eating and exercise. I am concerned that you are melding medical advice, news, and entertainment in a way that harms consumers.”


Under Fire From His Own Unversity

On top of this 10 physicians penned an open letter to Columbia University’s dean of health sciences and medicine asking him to be ousted as Dr Mehmat Oz is a professor in the surgery department.

The physicians who wrote the letter had this to say about Dr Oz –

manifesting an egregious lack of integrity by promoting quack treatments and cures in the interest of personal financial gain.” In particular, the doctors said Oz’s critiques of genetically modified foods were fear-mongering and slammed him for peddling bogus weight-loss cures. The leader of the group, Henry Miller, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, says Oz has been promoting “new age nonsense” on TV for years.

I have done a personal review on Raspberry Ketones and they are very much a “scam” with no real evidence to show any kind of weight loss success.

Is Nutra Forskolin Backed Up By Evidence?

Here’s the thing, Dr Oz’s products are usually terrible and have no scientific research to back it up or very little of it and forskolin is no different.

The research is fragile with forskolin. However, it’s more promising than his other products, one study at Kansas University shown that forskolin can reduce body fat significantly,

Researchers examined the effect forskolin had on body composition, testosterone, metabolic rate, and blood pressure in overweight and obese men.

Thirty subjects are split into two groups of fifteen; one group took forskolin while the other group had a placebo drug.

The results were surprising, the team that took the forskolin had a significant decrease in fat mass and body fat percent as well as gaining bone mass.

Something else to note in the forskolin group was an increase in testosterone and lean muscle, from other unrelated studies we know that more lean muscle equals more body fat loss.

The conclusion of this study was that forskolin when consumed over a 12 week period taken twice a day at 250mg seen changes to body composition, most notably fat mass!

The full study can be found here – Body composition and hormonal adaptations associated with forskolin consumption in overweight and obese men.

Another study done in 2005 on female subjects had an entirely different outcome; the conclusion of this study was that forskolin doesn’t seem to appear in aiding weight loss.

Full study can be found here – Effects of Coleus Forskohlii Supplementation on Body Composition and Haematological Profiles in Mildly Overweight Women

Our Perspective On This Miracle Pill!

This pill is not a miracle, as many of Dr Oz’s products they sell well purely due to his screen presence and that he is a doctor.

There is simply not enough research on forskolin to warrant its popularity. In fact, fitness buffs on social media won’t be taking forskolin.

It may well work, but why spend money on something that isn’t proven, in fact, if you’re going to spend money why not look at something like 21-day fix or 3-week diet both of these educate you about food and portion control and both are proven to work.

Another Issue I have is that once Dr Oz mentions a product on his show, the “scammers” come out the woodwork and flood the internet with fake useless products based on what he has said.

Final Word On Nutra Forskolin Scam

I think this is a risky buy; You can find better alternatives to Nutri Forskolin. Furthermore, we don’t trust Dr Oz. His name and reputation have him appear before theSenatee, Can’t be a good thing when you involve them.

Arguably, regarding forskolin, there’s not enough research. Plus, the research is only with a small group.

Nutri Forskolin isn’t a scam as such but I wouldn’t waste your money on this!

Have you tried Forskolin or desperate to lose belly fat, please leave me a comment below.

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4 thoughts on “Nutra Forskolin Scam – DO NOT BUY

  1. Neil

    Hi Steven, I always wonder about the quality of such things, it is sometimes difficult to figure out if this stuff is actually doing you more harm.

    There are so many scams about, not just in the food industry but almost everywhere and I get the feeling sometimes it’s best just to know what to avoid as that usually leaves a short list of things that may be ok…


    1. Steven Varley Post author

      Far too many scams on the internet, the problem is people are so desperate for a quick “cure” they play right into the scammer’s hands.

      All it takes is a bbit of effort and losing weight becomes a way of life.

  2. Helder

    Hey Steven,

    I actually have used forskolin in conjunction with a few other fat loss products. I found that the forskolin made my stomach really upset. It was definitely very hard on my system. I did see some results, but it was mostly water weight and I had to discontinue taking it because it messed me up too much. Overall I doubt how effective it would be on its own.

    Great write up!


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