Cutting Gel is a trans
dermal gel that penetrate deep into your skin and supposedly dissolve
away your body fat on contact. Sounds too good to be true? You're
In all the advertising you see,
Cutting Gel tells you there are 2 catches: 1) Cutting Gel helps
release stored fat into your bloodstream, so you have to exercise
and reduce your calorie intake to get rid of it, and 2) You can't
rub Cutting Gel all over your body at one time.
Okay, the 2nd catch might sound reasonable,
but the first catch... Isn't it pretty obvious that anyone can lose
some weight simply by "exercising more" and "reducing
calorie intake"? How about this: I sell you some vaseline
and tell you its the ultimate fat burning lotion, and all you
need do is exercise more and eat less.
Okay, enough bashing.
All I'm trying to say is that don't get caught up in the marketing
hype you hear and spend your hard earn money, yet. You might lose
weight simply from the exercises and the reduced calorie intake.
Should You Use Cutting Gel?
With all the marketing hype and hearing statements
like: "Dissolves surface fat on contact", it's pretty
hard to resist trying that next 'miracle' supplement. But know
this, Cutting Gel is NOT the magic gel that's going
to make your fat disappear - even the advertising tells you to
exercise and lower calorie intake.
It's just all shrewd marketing. They tell you
the gel helps release stored fat into your blood to be burned,
so you have to workout to burn the fat, otherwise, the fat stays.
Gee, wouldn't I lose weight anyways simply by exercising? <==
That, they don't mention in their advertising.
wants you to spend the money to buy a little motivation to
get to the gym. In all likelihood, Cutting
Gel does work at a certain level, as many people have reported
positive results; however, there are many who's had no luck using
the Nutra Sport Cutting Gel. Keep these few points in mind:
1) Advertising claims Cutting Gel
to be clinically proven, but the studies are done by the manufacturer
and they always tend to be selective about reporting the results.
2) I have not been able to find one study done
on this from a disinterested and authoritative 3rd party.
3) The results you may achieve could simply
be from the exercising you do, and the lowered calorie intake.
There are no studies showing which contributes more to the positive
results - be it from using cutting gel, or from the actual exercising
and diet regime.