In summer 2019, keto fat burner pills that claimed to be featured on Shark Tank popped up all over the internet.
It was a scam.
They were never on Shark Tank.
They were never in major news outlets like Women’s Health or Shape like they claim.
The transformation photos aren’t humanly possible in the time frame they’re claiming.
The celebrity transformations and quotes about their products are fabricated.
They have a ton of names, including: Keto Melt, Ultra Fast Keto Boost, Keto Ultra, NutriFlair, PureFit Keto, Keto Rapid Max Pure, Keto RX, Ultra Apex Keto and more, and they’re still available all over the internet.
They don’t tell you what is actually in the pills.
Some advertise 800 mg of BHB (beta-hydroxybutyrate or ketones). 800mg of BHB isn’t even close enough to see a rise in blood ketone levels. That is less than 1g of BHB.You need about 11-12g of BHB in order to see a rise in blood ketone levels.
They are an absolute junk product. And...