Review by Lee on

If I could leave 0 stars to review I would. Do not trust this person or company for that matter. How are you even allowed to claim a berberine supplement as "nature's ozempic" and you're using old results photos pretending like it's recent results for this new product. It's deceptive, manipulative, dangerous, misleading and just plain wrong. You've clearly been gaining weight. Stop lying to people and making dangerous medical claims. Ozempic is for diabetics and your "dupe for weightloss" does not make you lose weight at all. The exact opposite actually. There are countless people with horrible weight gaining results from using this awful supplement.

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