Zotrim Plus works in exactly the same way as Zotrim pills to help curb your hunger and increase your activity levels, but in a great tasting, drinkable formula.
Just like Zotrim, Zotrim Plus is backed by its own clinical study proving it works. In fact, the study found that people taking Zotrim drink with added fibre ate 200 fewer calories (26% less) at a meal. When taking Zotrim alone they ate 112 fewer calories (17% less)1.
This means that the added fibre in Zotrim Plus actually increases the effect of the Zotrim formula.
With Zotrim Plus, not only will you be gaining important added fibre to your diet, but you’ll also experience even greater control over your eating, increasing your slimming success.
Along with fibre, vitamin C and more antioxidants, Zotrim drink contains the same unique combination of Yerba Maté, Guarana and Damiana extracts found in Zotrim, so you’ll still enjoy the same weight loss benefits.
Simply stir the Zotrim Plus formula into a glass of water to create an instant, deliciously refreshing orange and mango flavoured drink.
Its invigorating effects and refreshing flavour make Zotrim Plus an ideal way to start your day instead of fruit juice or coffee, and it makes a great pre-workout drink.
Each serving of Zotrim Plus is equivalent to three Zotrim tablets, and you can even combine your use of both by taking pills before some meals and a drink before others.
Zotrim Plus contains inulin, a dietary fibre extracted from chicory. Dietary fibre supports a well-functioning digestive system and is essential for a healthy diet, but most people don’t get nearly enough of it.
Zotrim Plus provides you with an easy way to raise your daily fibre intake while you lose weight.
And because inulin is a prebiotic, it also helps increase the levels of friendly bacteria in your large intestine.
Zotrim is the most researched and most proven weight loss product available.
(1) J.A. Harrold, G.M. Hughes, K O’Shiel, E. Quinn, E.J. Boyland, N.J. Williams, J.C.G. Halford (2013). Acute effects of a herb extract formulation and inulin fibre on appetite, energy intake and food choice. Appetite, Vol 62, pp. 84-90.