Is BioTrust IC-5 a Scam?


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BioTrust IC-5 is reportedly a scam, according to Diet Pills Watchdog. The product claims to stimulate weight loss through insulin support and carbohydrate control, though customers who have used BioTrust IC-5 are in short supply.

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The product presents itself ethically with its attractive website, lengthy guarantee and the charitable activity of its owners. On the down side, it is somewhat expensive. A bottle of BioTrust IC-5 Advanced Insulin Support retails at $70 for 120 capsules, as of 2015.

The goal of this supplement is normalization of insulin activity, notes Diet Pills Watchdog, which is much discussed in the company's advertising material, explaining that the Western diet encourages insulin resistance caused by an overwhelmed pancreas. This leads to laggard removal of blood sugar generated by eating carbohydrates, a harbinger of Type II diabetes. Taking the supplement is supposed to prime insulin levels prior to carbohydrate consumption. The Diet Pills Watchdog rating for BioTrust IC-5 is: Rejected.

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