You will find many reviews that will try to convince you that Research Verified Keto is an absolute go-to supplement. A supplement that you should take advantage of because of its many potential benefits.
Regardless, of what people are saying, within this Research Verified Keto Review we will seek the truth. Hence, answering the question of whether or not this can actually help you lose weight, as well as otherwise improve your health will be our main focus.
In that regard, we will look at the claims they’re making, we will assess the ingredients, as well as their potential benefits (if any) and harms (if there will be such). We’ll also look at the most up-to-date success rates to get a good idea of whether or not people are actually enjoying the supplement and seeing positive results.
Meaning, my goal here is to create a review like no other – one that you can get all possible insights from. One, after which you don’t have to go on to other reviews and explore more. Therefore, if by any chance there is a section or aspect I haven’t covered but you’re interested in, let me know. And I’ll add that to the review.
Research Verified Keto Review – Initial Thoughts & Claims Identified
According to the manufacturer, Research Verified Keto is the single best Keto supplement out there. The efficacy of which is based on the available research and guidelines established by doctors for proper Keto supplementation. Thus, it will be your best help in burning fat and losing weight.
This supplement doesn’t have your typical description page you’ll find for most supplements.
Everything to convince you that this is the purchase you need and the thing you want for improving your health.
To make that happen they use a variety of cognitive biases (ways of persuasion typically hard to resist) and methods of persuasion. Thus, essentially making it seem like this will be your purchase of the year.
There’s the authority-bias through mentioning of doctor established criteria. They do not, however, ever mention who is that doctor or doctors that have created these criteria that they have so rigorously adhered to (in the making of the supplement).
There’s also the scarcity-bias which essentially gives you the option for a limited time only buy the supplement at 50% discount. However, I don’t think it’s limited in any way. It certainly doesn’t seem that way.
I got the offer to buy a bunch of Research Verified Keto supplements at a discounted price every time I visited the website.
And there are also a bunch of other methods of persuasion that they use.
Moreover, they are trying to establish trust by supposedly exposing other keto supplements that completely disregard the research and do not adhere to their mentioned “doctor’s criteria”, as well as giving criteria how to spot bad keto supplements.
What I am trying to say is that you shouldn’t trust the initial urge (if you’re getting one) to buy the supplement immediately.
The particular sale’s page is created exactly that way to make you crave buying it. Which in the case, you didn’t feel that urge, I’m happy for you – not many people can resist those biases.
But despite the fact that they are actively using every rule in the book to persuade you in making the purchase, there are a few somewhat positives one can draw from all this.
First, they are providing the 365-day money back 100% satisfaction guarantee. While I presume they stand firm on it most of the time, in the past, they have at times not done so. And people have been left without a remedy when dissatisfied with the product.
But that may have changed, since introducing buySAFE – “the leading online protection agency, to give you a guaranteed shopping experience for total peace of mind over your purchase” – as they note.
Second, they are exactly pinpointing the study that proves that the active ingredients can be beneficial. That I respect a lot.
On that note, however, they do not point to other studies that approve other claims, like the fact that BioPerine is necessary to improve the absorption of the beneficial ingredients within Research Verified Keto.
Also, there are other, inconsistencies and slight inaccuracies that we will touch upon later in the review.
And other than that, there are a bunch of claims about the high-quality that they adhere to and all kinds of related stuff. That we’ll also look at later.
Now, let’s hop on to the ingredients to see if they are any good and can provide any benefits.
They’re Very Straight Forward About All The Ingredients
In the past, I have reviewed Keto supplements, like Purefit Keto, the ingredient list of which wasn’t exactly easy to find. In truth, it’s often the first sign of something not being right about a supplement.
In that regard, with Research Verified Keto there wasn’t that hurdle – they are very straight forward about this and there is nothing fishy. You’ll find their full ingredient list on that sale’s page of theirs.
Overall, the supplement offers 3 different beneficial substances.
There’s the Beta-Hydroxybutyrate that you have 2000 milligrams of.
It comes in four different forms – Calcium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate, Magnesium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate, Sodium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate, and Potassium Beta-Hydroxybutyrate. 500 mg of each.
You’re also getting 400 mg of unknown origins MCT Oil. Which isn’t really the best way to go.
I mean, while it can account for some benefit, it is, for sure, not to be anywhere as beneficial as, for example, Sports Research MCT Oil, Bulletproof MCT Oil (including Brain Octane Oil), or Now Sports MCT Oil. Or in other words, these amounts won’t be sufficient enough to replace a proper MCT Oil supplement.
Thus, there really is no reason for the hype what has been expressed throughout the sale’s page what regards the supplement having the added MCT Oil.
Lastly, there’s Piperine (BioPerine). Which I have no idea what is doing there but we will get to the bottom of this in the later sections.
Anyway, regardless if it can improve absorption or not, it can provide some benefits on its own.
At the end of the day though, I must conclude that this ingredient list I feel is somewhat misleading. Because, in truth, there will be more that you will get out of this supplement.
It’s not necessarily bad, to the contrary it can amount for additional benefits. However, you need to be aware of this if the Research Verified Keto is not the only supplement you plan on using. Mainly, to ensure that you do not overdo any of the additional minerals that in reality, you will be getting but that they don’t list.
The reason for this ‘more than indicated on the label’ is due to the unique properties of mineral salts that all four forms of Beta-Hydroxybutyrate are.