CholesLo scam has gone viral these days. CholesLo is a well known meds that help people lower down their cholesterol level. CholesLo is a cholesterol regulating supplement that was invented by Dr. Sam Robbins and is manufactured in HFL Solutions, Inc. in the US. Dr. Robbins has been widely known as an accomplished doctor, having worked with well-known pharmaceutical companies such as Met-Rx and EAS. Therefore, CholesLo is another effective and safe product that Dr. Robbins brings for all people in need of controlling their cholesterol level.
What scam is actually going on regarding CholesLo?
When a product becomes widely used and goes popular in the market, many will start to get curious of how well the product really is. First thing first, people will surf the internet for reviews on the products. If they become engaged with the good reviews, they will start looking for any possible bad reviews regarding all aspects of the product that they need to read in order to re-confirm their choice. This is the part where the scam plays its part. Some people will try to post bad reviews to prevent a product from getting more consumers. The comments are basically about shipping, billings, and other complaints outside the real effect of the product. In the case of CholesLo scam, it does not seem real as there are only very few to almost no complaints regarding the supplement’s effect to consumers’ health.
Complaints On CholesLo
Some people complain that CholesLo has a garlic flavor that is way too strong. This strong garlic flavor is due to the added natural garlic extract that helps lower down the cholesterol. Not only that garlic is essential for food seasoning, its naturally prescribed substance is proven to significantly improve body health. Regarding cholesterol, garlic is the number one ingredient that provides allicin, a chemical substance that helps inhibit the formation of cholesterol. Garlic is strong in odor, and therefore, if you find a cholesterol supplement that has no garlic odor, most likely, the supplement has a reduced effectiveness. This answers to CholesLo scam regarding the complaints on strong garlic odor.
Other complaint circles around the issue of yeast rice being a dangerous substance for the body. It is believed that yeast rice produce a substance called monacolin K that has similar damaging effects to health as Statins. Although this has not been scientifically proven, CholesLo has removed this substance partially due to the new FDA regulation. In truth, the red yeast rice has been widely consumed to lower not only cholesterol but also high blood glucose level.