What is Biotrust Nutrition?
Biotrust Nutrition offers “honest nutrition for your ultimate body”, according to the company’s website. One of the more popular products is the Biotrust Nutrition Low Carb protein, but there are others that aim to help with weight and fat loss, including Leptiburn, Pro-X10, AbsorbMax, IC-5, BCAA Matrix and Bellytrim XP. There is a one-year money-back guarantee and the company has been around since around 2001. But, we need to know more than the basics.
Biotrust Nutrition is the name of the company and the line. This is not an MLM company, but there is an affiliate program. For this purpose, it is important to check the reviews and comments you find carefully, as some could be simply trying to sell you on products to make money. You can buy direct, so you don’t have to go through an outside salesperson.
- Long Term Results
- Safe to Use
Biotrust Nutrition gives the customer many options, but none of the formulas are truly unique.
Active Biotrust Nutrition Ingredients
There are many formulas to choose from for weight and fat loss, so we took a look at every label to give you the details about some of the active ingredients.
Green tea extract – a source of EGCG, caffeine and antioxidants. The stimulant effect alone can help boost metabolism.
Irvingia gabonensis extract – the African mango is used for food and medicine. There is some fledgling research showing an effect on fat cells and fat breakdown. Further studies are needed.
5-hydroxytryptophan – also known as 5-HTP, this is a byproduct of L-tryptophan. May work to fight depression and improve development in children with Down’s syndrome.
Probiotic blend – healthy bacteria that supports digestive health.
Protease – enzyme that works to breakdown proteins.
Chromium – a mineral often used to help maintain a healthy blood glucose level, which is why it’s thought to help curb cravings.
Berberine – a chemical (found in plants) that appears to work to lower blood glucose and cholesterol.
Micellar casein – a slow-release protein.
Whey and milk protein – sources of protein.
Conjugated linoleic acid – a chemical group derived from linoleic acid. It is found in dairy and meats. Research shows it may help reduce body fat, but has no effect on weight or BMI.
Pomegranate seed oil – a natural source of linoleic, oleic, palmitic, punicic and stearic acids.
Bioperine – an extract of black pepper that works to improve absorption of ingredients.
What’s Biotrust Nutrition Supposed to Do?
If you visit the fat loss section of the website, you’ll find a series of products designed to be used in conjunction to support weight loss. You can choose one, two or more, but you don’t need multiple as each makes independent claims. We’re thrilled to tell you there is some clinical research listed, so there are undoubtedly benefits here and there.
With that said, you have to take a close look at the research. When we checked into the study listed for irvingia gabonensis, the active group did lose more weight than the placebo group, but the placebo group also consumed an average of 400 calories more per day. Plus, the food intake was evaluated based on a self-recorded journal, which leaves room for error.
Potential Biotrust Nutrition Side Effects
With so many products in the Biotrust Nutrition line, there’s no way the company can escape reports of side effects. Some, according to reviews, may include:
- Gastrointestinal issues
What’s the Final Take on Biotrust Nutrition?
Biotrust Nutrition makes a point of telling visitors just how dedicated they are to selling products that are made with natural ingredients, formulated in a GMP-certified facility and reviewed via 3rd party QA. What’s missing from the story is the fact that the supplements and foods are not unique. And though clinical research is listed, not all actually backs up the product claims. We’re just not 100% sure about the Biotrust Nutrition experience.