Diet Bites Logo

Nutri Diet™ Review

Article by Diet Bites

How it Works, Side Effects, Health Warnings for Nutri Diet™

The company which brings this product to America is Kowa Health Care America, Inc., a subsidiary of Kowa Company Ltd. in Japan. It is currently manufactured in Japan and packed in the United States.

The product is advertised to boost metabolism and to work to restore the balance of the intestinal flora.

The product contains 5 calories per serving and no allergic reactions have been reported at the time of this writing by the company.

However, take note that the tablets contains soy, milk and fish - and all three are commonly associated with allergic reactions as well as serious complications.

Therefore, even though the company has stated they have not been notified of any allergic reactions, you should meet with your doctor to discuss the ingredient list as well as viable benefits to health before taking particularly if you are allergic to milk, fish or soy.

If you are under the age of 18, elderly, are currently on any type of medication or receiving medical treatments for a disease or health ailment, if you are pregnant, lactating or plan to get pregnant you should first consult with a qualified doctor before starting this product.

Results are reported to be seen in about 2 to 3 WEEKS after starting the product.

At this writing we are unaware of any reported side effects related to this supplement.

Nutri Diet™ Ingredients, Dosage, Cost

Recommended Dosage for Nutri Diet

The ads recommend that this product be taken in the morning with food which in turn will supposedly boost metabolism as the day progresses. The tablets can be taken all at once or divided throughout the day. Recommended dosage is seven tablets in the morning with food. The company states they are small tablets which make them easier to swallow and ingest.

The ingredients are advertised as natural, alcohol free with no artificial flavors or preservatives.

Cost, Offers & Amount of Tables Contained in Each Container

There is a 30 day money back guarantee, minus the shipping and handling charges. The regular cost of a 30 day supply is about $40 plus shipping and handling [currently $5.99]. Participants of the free offer must enroll in a drop shipment program where they receive a bottle every 30 days; there are no shipping and handling charges with their auto-ship service.

Each container contains 210 tablets with a serving size recommended as 7 tablets.

The Ingredients in Nutri Diet, Nutrition Facts

Per tablet there are 2 grams of carbohydrates, and less than one gram of the following: protein, dietary fiber and sugar.

There are 500 milligrams of catechins from green tea leaf extract.

There are 321 milligrams of the following blend: fermented vegetable paste [specific ingredient list below], cyclodextrin powder, malted brown rice, Bacillus Coagulans and Lactobacillus Brevis.

Other ingredients include sweet potato powder, cornstarch, defatted rice bran, germ powder, glycerol, and citrus fiber.

The fermented vegetable paste includes: carrot root, cabbage leaf, Mung bean sprouts, Burdock root, Napa cabbage leaf, spinach leaf, lettuce leaf, broccoli flower buds, yam tuber, Lotus root, taro tuber, Enoki mushroom, sweet potato tuber, Bok Choy leaf, Maitake mushroom, mustard spinach leaf, Shungiku leaf, asparagus stem, Buna Shimeji mushroom, red-leaf lettuce, and turnip root.

Active Ingredients

The active ingredients are: probiotics [Bacillus Coagulans], prebiotics [fermented vegetable paste, cyclodextrin powder, malted brown rice, Lactobacillus Brevis], and green tea catechins.

This product supposedly uses a trinity of elements to achieve results: Probiotics, Prebiotics and Green Tea.

Let's take a deeper look:

A. Prebiotics are nondigestible carbohydrate dietary supplements which promote growth of favorable microflora within the large bowel.

B. Probiotics are substances which contain live microorganisms that claim to be beneficial to humans via restoring the balance of microflora within the digestive tract.

C. Green tea contains antioxidants called catechins as well as compounds which may assist in supporting good health.

It is associated with multiple claims related to improved health and the human body - ranging from fighting certain cancers to reducing bad cholesterol to combating heart disease to reducing risk for dementia.

It's important to note that the majority of viable studies for green tea had been the product of laboratories located in the eastern part of the world where the tea is a standard beverage.

Much remains to be discovered in order to uncover many health claims associated with green tea. What we do know via studies in humans is that drinking a minimal of two cups of green tea per day slows the growth of certain cancers such as stomach, pancreatic, lung, esophageal, colorectal and prostate cancers.

Based on the ads, one serving of Nutri Diet contains more catechins than found in a dozen cups of green tea.

D. Twenty Fermented Vegetables; the ad states that these vegetables are staples of the Japanese diet [listed specifically above].

E. Catechins which are specific types of antioxidants that are generally found in açaí oil, apples, berries, cocoa beans, dark chocolate, grapes, red wine and green tea and white tea. They work to rid the body of free radicals which can cause cell damage which when compromised can lead to health issues such as cancer.

F. Ayamurasaki Powder is used to coat the Nutri Diet tablets. The NCBI [National Center of Biotechnology Information] has conducted tests with Ayamurasaki [APSP] using mice as subjects. They reported that APSP had no effect on body weight or cholesterol or lipid levels in plasma.

Ayamurasaki is a derivative of the purple sweet potato Ipomoea Batatas cultivar.

In Summary

There are products that may be confused with Nutri Diet, such as the Nutri System Plan. There are also mealworms and fish flakes that bear the Nutri Diet name but to our knowledge have no connection with this product.

If you are thinking about using Nutri Diet to lose weight or improve health we strongly suggest that you consult your doctor before doing such.


Related Articles

Fruitarian Diet Review

SlimQuick Diet Review

Calorie Burn Charts | Body Fat Index

Diet Bites | Disclaimers

Diet Bites is a Trademark