Zotrim – No1 High Street Diet Pill?
The use of littered is an interesting phrase, but highly relevant as there are an awful lot of rubbish products with highly dubious credentials, most originating from the United States.
It is the job of the marketing company to give their commissioned product the greatest appeal – sometimes fact becomes blurred into fiction.
“The biggest criticism that can be laid upon Zotrim is that their marketing attempts to date have not done justice to the product.”
The UK high street is fortunate to have a benchmark, a British institute and health product stockist that is Boots the Chemist
If a product is available to buy in store at Boots there is a pretty good chance it has some degree of believability
Zotrim has been ever present in store at Boots since its introduction several years ago, as has Lipobind and Adios.
Recently Lipobind and Adios have embarked on huge media campaigns, most likely to combat the threat of two new additions: Appesat, the so called “seaweed” diet pill and most notably Alli – the chemical based fat blocker from pharmaceutical juggernaut GlaxoSmithKline
As the marketing budgets of the big four compete, Zotrim has been pushed away from focus.
“It is when the clinical research is scrutinised that Zotrim distances itself from the competition by quite some margin”
Zotrim Compared To Lipobind, Adios, Alli and Appesat
Zotrim is the product in the bright purple packaging – adorned simply with Herbal Weight Loss Aid.
While Lipobind, Alli et al punch hard with “UK’s best selling slimming capsule” and “50% boost in weight loss” Zotrim prefers a rather limp wristed “A natural aid to lasting weight loss”
The biggest criticism that can be laid upon Zotrim is that their marketing attempts to date have not done justice to the product.
Zotrim – Clinical Evidence And Scientific Study
Even the most anal retentive of consumers would not delve quite so deeply, as prehaps they should, into the efficacy of a product that they intended to buy.
While Lipobind and Adios hint at clinical trials and scientific evidence there is not enough elaboration to convince the skeptical.
It is when the clinical research is scrutinised that Zotrim distances itself from the competition by quite some margin. No fewer that 8 independent documents exist dating back to 2001 with The British Food Journal and Kings College London among the authors.
While Zotrim trails in the marketing battle it has appeared to have won the war. Possibly the biggest enemy to the health and beauty industry is Professor Regan (BBC2’s Diet Clinic), For anyone unacquainted with Professor Regan – imagine the cast of Dragons Den, Watch Dog and Rogue Traders rolled into one human incarnation. Read More
Recently, she was responsible for “pulling apart the guff that adorns the world’s beauty creams and lotions” – more recently she applied the same technique to the high street diet pill industry.
Suffice to say high street diet pills took a battering – all, bar one. Zotrim came out relatively unscathed and with almost muted approval – high praise from someone so critical.
“The most effective way to lose weight and more importantly to sustain it is to reduce your calorie intake – Zotrim can certainly help you do that”
If you were to walk into Boots the Chemist and head for the diet pill section then pick up a diet pill product and read the packaging – it would appear that there is only one that does what it says on the tin.
Where To Buy Zotrim
Zotrim is only available to buy from the official website It cannot be purchased in store at Boots, Superdrug, Tesco and high street retailers.
Zotrim has special offers and promotions from time to time that enable savings on multiple months purchases.