Our international team of medical researchers spent years developing and testing Zotrim’s powerful weight loss formula.
It’s the unique combination of Yerba Maté, Guarana and Damiana extracts that produce Zotrim’s extraordinary weight loss effects. These powerful South American plant extracts help you lose weight by enabling you to gain control of your eating habits and motivating you to be more physically active.
And because the Zotrim formula is patent protected1, you’ll only find it in Zotrim.
Yerba Maté leaves have long been used in South America to help reduce hunger and fatigue. Higher in antioxidants than green tea, it has an invigorating effect and also increases energy use during exercise. This means you’ll not only feel more active, but the exercise you do will be even more beneficial because you’ll shift even more of those fat stores. Further research has shown Yerba Maté even has the ability to prevent the development of new fat cells2, meaning it can help prevent further weight gain.
There’s a reason Guarana is a key ingredient in energy drinks; it contains more caffeine than coffee. Along with its highly stimulating effect, the caffeine in Guarana raises your metabolism, causing more fat to be released from cells into your bloodstream to be burned for fuel.
Historically used in traditional herbal remedies, Damiana is known to have a gentle mood enhancing effect. So if you’re prone to emotional eating, you may find it that bit easier to resist the urge to resort to food when things get tough. But the true weight loss benefits of Damiana are unlocked once it’s blended with Guarana and Yerba Maté to create the unique Zotrim formula; a combination which gives you greater power over your eating habits.
It’s well known that caffeine can improve energy levels. The added caffeine in Zotrim will help invigorate and energise you, as well as increasing your alertness and concentration levels. Which makes stepping up your weight loss by getting more physically active a lot less effort.
Inulin is a dietary fibre extracted from the chicory plant. Dietary fibre supports a well-functioning digestive system and is essential for a healthy diet. It’s also a prebiotic which helps increase the amount of friendly bacteria in your large intestine. A clinical study has shown that the added fibre in Zotrim Plus actually increases the effect of the Zotrim formula.
A crucial part of a healthy diet, B vitamins play an important role in converting the food you eat into energy. The added vitamins B3 and B6 in Zotrim support a normal, energy-yielding metabolism and help reduce feelings of tiredness and fatigue; a common experience when cutting calories from your diet.
An essential nutrient, vitamin C is important for your all-round health. It provides vital support for your immune system, and as a powerful antioxidant it helps protect your cells from damage. Studies have also suggested that vitamin C may help increase fat breakdown during exercise3.
Zotrim is supported by five clinical trials and over ten expert approved papers published in scientific journals, making it the most researched and proven weight loss product available.
You won’t find another weight loss product that has this much evidence backing it, because there’s nothing else like Zotrim!
Find out more about the clinical trials and studies below.
People invited to a buffet lunch who took Zotrim ate 112 fewer calories on average, less high fat foods and stopped eating 3 minutes earlier than those who didn’t take Zotrim4.
After taking a placebo, people’s stomachs took 38 minutes to empty, but after taking Zotrim they took 58 minutes to empty5, meaning they stayed fuller for longer.
In a group of 73 overweight healthcare workers, 65% said they often felt hungry and snacked too much between meals. Only 15% said this after taking Zotrim for 4 weeks6.
The invigorating effects of Zotrim ingredients Guarana and Yerba Maté are well known, and caffeine is widely recognised for improving alertness. Evidence from double-blind studies on exercise performance found that caffeine improved performance by 12%7.
Those given key Zotrim ingredient Yerba Maté extract one hour before exercising used 24% more energy derived from fat than those taking a placebo8, meaning more stored body fat was used as fuel to power their workout.
Although it’s most effective when following a healthy diet and exercise program, people taking Zotrim lost ten times more weight than those taking a placebo5 ,even without any special diet or exercise plan.
In trials, compared to a placebo, Zotrim achieved a greater and faster rate of weight loss without a diet than three major prescription drugs did with a calorie controlled diet.
A clinical study showed that people taking Zotrim pills at a meal ate 112 fewer calories (17% less). But when taking Zotrim Plus they ate 200 fewer calories (26% less)9 This means that Zotrim Plus is even more powerful than Zotrim pills.
Remember, Zotrim is backed by numerous clinical trials and expert-approved papers proving its effectiveness. And because its formula is patented, no other weight loss product works in the same way or will give you the same benefits that Zotrim can.
(1) European Patent Number EP 1037644
(2) Gambero, A. and Ribeiro, M.L. (2015): ‘The Positive effects of Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) in Obesity’. Nutrients, 7, 730-750..
(3) Johnston, CS (2005): ‘Strategies for healthy weight loss: from vitamin C to the glycemic response’. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2005 Jun;24(3):158-65
(4) Harrold, J.A. et al (2013): ‘Acute effects of a herb extract formulation and inulin fibre on appetite, energy intake and food choice’. Appetite 62, 84-90.
(5) Andersen, T. and Fogh, J. (2001): ‘Weight loss and delayed gastric emptying following a South American herbal preparation in overweight patients’. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Vol. 14, pp. 243-250.
(6) Ruxton, C.H.S., Kirkwood, L., McMillan, B., St John, D. and Evans, C.E.L. (2007): ‘Effectiveness of a herbal supplement (ZotrimTM) for weight management’. British Food Journal, Vol. 109, pp. 416-428.
(7) Doherty, M. and Smith, PM. (2004): ‘Effects of caffeine ingestion on exercise testing: a meta-analysis’. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 14(6):626-46
(8) Alhaktib, A. (2014): ‘Yerba Maté (Ilex paraguariensis) ingestion augments fat oxidation and energy expenditure during exercise at various submaximal intensities’. Nutrition & Metabolism 2014, 11:42
(9) J.A. Harrold, G.M. Hughes, K O’Shiel, E. Quinn, E.J. Boyland, N.J. Williams, J.C.G. Halford (2013). Acute effects of a herb extract formulation and inulin fibre on appetite, energy intake and food choice. Appetite, Vol 62, pp. 84-90.