Pro Shape RX Reviews

Pro Shape RX reviews

Pro Shape RX is a weight loss supplement that is available for purchase without a prescription. It is based on an herbal formulation that is centered around hoodia gordonii, which is a substance that gained a great deal of hype in the nonprescription diet pill industry despite its lack of supporting evidence for weight loss benefits.

The official website for this product appears to aim its marketing toward people who have become frustrated after several unsuccessful attempts to lose weight. It claims to be something different and is advertised as having a 60 day guarantee to try to make shoppers feel more confident about the purchase.

Still, even though it may come with a satisfaction guarantee, it is still wise to speak with a doctor before starting to use Pro Shape RX to ensure not only that it has the chance to be beneficial, but also that it is likely to be safe. There are many products currently on the market that claim to be healthful and safe due to all natural formulas but that actually come with unpleasant side effects or even health risks.

Aside from speaking with a physician, it is also a good idea to look into the product formula to be able to better understand it. According to the official website at the time of the writing of this review, the ingredients making up the Pro Shape RX formula include: hoodia gordonii, white kidney bean powder, beet root, white willow bark, L-methionine, fenugreek extract, green tea leaf and chitosan.

There is also a button available on the website that indicates that it will provide the site visitor with information about the certification of the ingredients and an explanation of what they do. The way it is written suggests that there will be some kind of official or verifiable reputable organization supporting the use of the substances for the purpose of weight loss.

Unfortunately, that’s not at all what is provided. It simply lists the ingredients with claims about what they do, under the heading of “Certified Natural Laboratories.” It does not cite or link to any reputable medical research that indicates that any of the ingredients are proven to do what is claimed or to be directly linked to weight loss. Moreover, there isn’t any certification provided from any organization, other than saying that they are certified as being natural, which doesn’t actually mean anything at all. This is a rather dubious tactic that could be seen as a red flag and a warning against the claims made on this site.

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