Bethel S30 is created by a company named Bethel Nutritional Consulting out of New York. I looked at the bio of the brains behind the company and must admit that I saw a few red flags. Dr. Felix Ramirez was educated at a university in the Dominican Republic, and later came to America and got a couple of credentials in natural medicine. He practices a form of medicine called Iridology. This involves the doctor looking into the eyes of a patient, and from the coloration of the iris determining possible health issues. Now at this point I was thinking I was reading something out of the 1700s. However, I realized that some people actually believed this form of medicine. I got concerned for these people as I read this! After reading the bio on the website, I went and did a little research online to determine how effective this style of medical practice was.
I wasn’t surprised, but found out that most doctors consider Iridology pseudoscience and quackery. To me, it is obvious that this way of determining diseases is antiquated and pathetic. Based off of this, I seriously question the quality of the products of the company. I looked further into the products and found very little scientific evidence backing up the quality and effectiveness of the products. Here is a list of the ingredients: Flos Citri Aurantil, Cassia Seed Extract, Jobstear Seed, Mulberry Leaf Extract, Spirulina (Protein) and Medical Amylum (Starch). Now I did a little research on each of these ingredients and found that they were really nothing more than laxatives, and had no fat burning properties.
Bethel S30 is also pretty expensive. For one bottle of 30 pills, it costs $60. This comes with a bottle of Senna, which retails at around $15. This means that you in essence are paying around $45 to get a bottle of laxatives! As for a return policy, there is no return policy listed on the website, which is usually negative. If you buy it, you will have to keep it.
Bethel S30 Side Effects
After doing a little research online, there were very few side effects from consuming the products that I could find. Most ranged in the light to mild side effects, typical of products that are natural diuretics. These side effects include: headaches, increased urination, and possible diarrhea.
When I was doing research on Cassia Seed Extract, I learned that one of the unintended side effects from consuming this in great quantity is the possibility of obesity. I must admit, I was shocked when I saw this. Why in the world would you take a diet pill that could possibly cause obesity? Stay tuned to this website for more information on the effects of Cassia Seed Extract as they become available to us.
As I did some research on this product, I came across a potentially scary set of side effects from taking Bethel S30. Be sure to read this, and consult with a physician if you have experienced similar issues.
Don’t consume this product if you are pregnant, nursing, and patients of cordis-vasal disease and apoplexy. Consult with a physician for any other questions.
Does Bethel S30 work well enough to buy?
No. Don’t get sucked into all of the Doctor talk on the company website. Iridology isn’t a credible form of medicine. As for the product, none of the ingredients have any scientific evidence backing their effectiveness. The product is way overpriced, and you can certainly find better products for half the cost of Bethel S30. Get your fat burners elsewhere!