Nutra Forskolin is nothing but a nasty, celebrity click-bait scam … and you should stay away from it! In this review, I’m going to expose this supposed weight loss supplement for the scam that it really is so make sure to carefully read it to the end!
One bizarre thing about Nutra Forskolin is that it doesn’t have its own website. Instead, it is being marketed using two fake news articles. Let’s briefly look at them:
Fake Article 1: Starring Rachael Ray and Dr. Oz
The first fake article is on a website called Fit Health Tips (link removed), which is allegedly owned by TV personality and celebrity cook Rachael Ray. It features Dr. Oz allegedly claiming that Nutra Forskolin ’causes the body to burn fat from within “like a furnace,” literally melting the fat away.’ The article also featured a video of Oz supposedly demonstrating how Nutra Forskolin works. But in reality, he was promoting his own forskolin supplement in the video, NOT Nutra Forskolin.
‘Helen Crisell,’ the author of the article, goes on to claim that she tried Nutra Forskolin and lost 25 pounds in 4 weeks without any ‘special diet’ or ‘intense exercise.’ But the testimonial photos provided are all stolen, and the comments are fake.
Oddly enough, each time you click on the order button, you’ll NOT see any Nutra Forskolin to order. Instead, you’ll be redirected to websites like Exclusive Forskolin, Forskolin Diet Secret, etc.
Finally, there is a disclaimer at the bottom of the page stating that the article is fake. ‘THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT AN ACTUAL NEWS ARTICLE, BLOG, OR CONSUMER PROTECTION UPDATE,’ states the disclaimer.
What a scammy, deceptive advertisement, don’t you think? Moving on.
Fake Article 2: Starring Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton, Ellen DeGeneres, Khloe Kardashian
The second fake article is supposedly by the gossip website TMZ, and it’s about how country music star Blake Shelton used Nutra Forskolin to lose 30 pounds in one month. According to the article, it was Blake’s girlfriend Gwen Stefani who revealed the ‘secret’ when she appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ show.
‘Blake is a busy guy, I mean he barely has enough time for me so to lose 30 or so lbs in a month… I couldn’t believe it!’ Gwen allegedly told Ellen. ‘I did question him about his weight because he got so skinny so fast I was concerned he was doing something illegal. He showed me what he was taking and I was stunned. He doesn’t even workout and he keeps losing the weight.’
The article goes on to claim that Blake is not the only celebrity who used Nutra Forskolin to lose weight. Khloe Kardashian also allegedly lost 20 pounds in 20 days with it. The article quotes Khloe to have said during the MTV VMAs, ‘I couldn’t believe how quickly I saw the effects.. and the fact that I could eat whatever I want when I want and still lose weight!’
Actor John Goodman also allegedly used Nutra Forskolin to lose ’67 pounds in 2 months’ while supposed TMZ writer ‘Suzanne Pischner’ tested the product and lost ’31 pounds of stomach fat in just one month.’
Just as in the first article, the testimonial photos are stolen and the comments are fake. Also, when you click on the order button you won’t see any Nutra Forskolin to buy. Instead, you are redirected to sites such as Exclusive Forskolin, Forskolin Diet Secret, etc. Take a look at these sites, and you’ll quickly notice that they are the same. The only difference is that the label on the bottle is changed to match the website’s name.
Unlike the first fake article, this article does NOT have any disclaimer.
SUMMARY: Nutra Forskolin is a non-existent weight loss supplement that is being marketed using fake articles, stolen testimonial photos and celebrity names.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Nutra Forskolin. It’s A SCAM!
Blacklisted Websites: FlawlessForskolinDiet.com, ExclusiveForskolin.com, ForskolinDietSecret.com, ForskolinSlimDiet.com. PremiumForskolinSlim.com
I believe there are more clones of these websites. Alert me in the comments if you come across them so that they too will be included in the list.
Please also note that this scam particularly targets U.S. residents.
Does Forskolin Cause Weight Loss?
Just as I mentioned in a previous review, Forskolin does NOT induce weight loss, but a semi-reliable study has shown that it has the potential of preventing rebound weight gain and boosting testosterone levels. Also, note that this study was widely criticized for not being comprehensive enough as it involved only 15 obese men taking 250mg of 10% forskolin twice a day for 12 weeks. Not even a single woman was involved in the study so no one knows if forskolin causes weight loss in women.
Bottom line: Forskolin for weight loss is still in its experimental stage. More research is needed before it can be prescribed for weight loss.
Alternatives To Nutra Forskolin
Instead of wasting your time and money trying Nutra Forskolin scam, there are other proven, cheaper, legit weight loss programs on Contra Health Scam’s Whitelist that you can try.
If you have used Nutra Forskolin or any of its clones, please share your experience with us in the comments section. For more information about this scam, check out Supplement Police’s review.
Contra Health Scam removed the link to the fake website Fit Health Tips because it has been confirmed to be a phishing site.