Whole Body Research is an online supplement vendor. Today we offer Whole Body Research reviews from editors and readers.
About Whole Body Research
Whole Body Research claims to only carry 100% natural ingredients, free from synthetic fillers, antibiotics, colors, and preservaties. This California-based company cites a copyright date back to 2011 on their website, although the domain wholebodyresearch.com was only registered on November 29, 2012. That is only a month after their flagship product, garcinia cambogia, became popularized on an episode of Dr. Oz. They claim that their products are made in the USA.
They state that they follow five fundamental rules: Natural ingredients, high quality, third-party testing, 100% satisfaction guaranteed, and superior customer service.
You can contact Whole Body Research at 800-240-7721. They also have social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus. Their Facebook page admins do occasionally field questions from consumers.
Email: [email protected]
Address: 8391 Beverly Blvd. #471 Los Angeles, California, 90048
Shipping & Returns
The website claims that shipping takes 2 to 5 days, via the USPS (under their “Our Mission” section, however, they state that shipping occurs in 1 to 3 days). There is a 90-day money-back guarantee on their products.
Whole Body Research Products
The products offered by Whole Body Research are as follows
- Green Coffee Bean Extract: 1435 mg, 50% GCA chlorogenic acid. 90 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $48.
- Whole Body Garcinia Cambogia: 60% HCA extract and potassium. 90 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $44.99. (Review)
- Raspberry Ketones: 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $48.99.
- Keybiotics: 37.5 billion bacteria from 14 unique strains. Thirty 500mg capsules for a 30-day supply costs $69.99. (Review)
- HH550 Men’s Hair Advanced Formula: Formula consisting of biotin, folic acid, organic kelp powder, saw palmetto, MSM, collagen, silicon, and other ingredients. 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $31.99.
- Hair Repair Advanced Formula For Women: Similar to the men’s hair formula, this one contains biotin, folic acid, organic kelp powder, saw palmetto, MSM, collagen, silicon, and other ingredients. 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $35.99.
- Joint Stimuflex: A pill containing natural eggshell membrane, turmeric extract, white willow, and boswellia serrate extract. 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $39.99.
- Natural Calcium: 500mg of Calcium, plus zinc, magnesium, K2, and D3. 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $35.99.
- 100% Whole Food Vitamin C: 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $19.99.
- 100% Whole Food Prenatal: 393mg contains folic acid and Vitamin D. 120 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $59.99.
- 100% Natural Stress Regress: 1000mg blend contains Ashwagandha root, holy basil, reishi mushroom. 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $36.95.
- True Prostate: Contains pygeum, saw palmetto, beta-sitosterol, cornsilk, pumpkin seed extract. 60 capsules for a 30-day supply costs $34.99.
If you purchase any of the products above in bulk, the cost per bottle is reduced. The company also makes it clear that there will be no hidden “auto-ship” program that many online supplement vendors employ.
Note: If you are considering garcinia cambogia, be sure to read the nearly 1000 comments from our readers in the following aricles: Seeking Reviews for Garcinia Cambogia and Garcinia Cambogia Side Effects.
Although Whole Body Research is a relatively new website, with a rather limited stock, it has found a way to quickly gain popularity online over the past year. They do tend to specialize in the latest fads and popular products, such as garcinia cambogia or Vitamin C. It remains to be seen if their small product line will be enough to sustain them in the long run.
Our Whole Body Research Review
We placed an order for a bottle of the 100% Whole Food Vitamin C. The product arrived within the allotted window, and the transaction went smoothly. It was a rather uneventful transaction and the supplement appears to be well-manufactured and packaged.
We also ordered the Whole Body Research Garcinia Cambogia, which we have reviewed here.
The primary complaint we have heard from readers about Whole Body Research is regarding to the quality of customer service when questions about an order arise. And, unfortunately, this problem appears to be widespread. We did not have any significant problems with our order, but the overwhelming number of complaints from our readers cannot be ignored.
While we believe Whole Body Research sells valid products, they are lacking in customer service and shipping times.
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