Side Effects

Ztix is a cleansing supplement meant to fix the issues with digestive system, which leads to overall health improvement, and to help lose weight. Most customers who have tried the product say that it gave them positive results, but there were some negative reviews as well. Some people complain about stomach cramps and pain, bloating, gases, nausea. Although such complaints are not plentiful, one should be aware of the possible negative side effects the product may have on the body. Another reason to use the product with caution is the lack of detailed information on its official website. It is always safer to use the products that have undergone clinical studies that prove their efficiency, which is not the case with Ztix. However, most customer complaints are not about the product itself, but about the automatic shipment program that some had troubles cancelling, and the customer support service, which is unprofessional according to some reviews.

Does It Really Work?

The product is supposed to be both a colon cleanse and a fat burner. The ingredients used in its formula are: Vitamin B1, B2, B6, and B12; Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifido Bacterium, Amylase, Cellulase, Lipase, Protease, Ginger Root, Parsley Leaf, Peppermint Leaf, Gelatin, and Magnesium Stearate. One capsule is to be taken each day with a glass of water. The product is claimed to do a lot of things: wash the toxins out of the body, improve digestive balance, boost metabolism and energy, increase the absorption of vitamins and nutrients, and help to lose extra weight. However, these claims are somewhat exaggerated according to many reviews, especially when it comes to Ztix functioning as a diet pill. As a lot of customers say, they experienced either insignificant weight loss, or no changes in their body mass at all; a few even reported weight gain. The product seems to be a bit more effective as a cleanser, though. However, many customer reviews are still negative, which proves that the supplement doesn't really work.