Calorad is a weight loss product advertised on the radio and sold at retail and online. Its claim to greatness is you take a swallow before bed and lose weight while you sleep.
Have to admit those claims are enticing.
But wait, there's more.
Does it work?
I have not used Calorad, but I have used the ingredients.
There are many users who endorse the results of using Calorad. The attached video is from one such person.
There also is this: Products that stay around a long time and are being advertised have to be working (and selling) or the manufacturer folds it tent. A company can not continue to buy advertising unless it has business.
I recommend the ingredients
A while back I started to research Calorad and discovered that I had been using the ingredients for a long time. But not for weight loss -- for anit-aging benefits.
I saw a woman that I'd not seen for a while and told her she looked fantastic, that her skin was so nice. She said that she continues taking the stuff I got her started on a few years ago.
That stuff is some of what is in Calorad.
Reverse engineering a specialty supplement
I have found that when a specialty supplement, such as Calorad, is sold it is much less expensive to purchase the ingredients individually than to buy the product.
That is what I did with Calorad.
Calorad could be an anti-aging breakthrough for some folks
Antiaging-wise there are skin, connective tissue, and joint benefits attributed to the ingredients
So you might want to look a bit more closesly at possibly using Calorad -- or some of its ingredients.
If you are interested then you can look at a few of the articles I have done about the product ingredients.
If you want to look into purchasing Calorad look here.
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