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health & wellness

We research and build health and wellness products backed by only the best scientific research.

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Scientifically proven wellness since 1999

On January 22nd 1999 our flagship wellness brand Zotrim was born. Since then it has been seen in high street stores across the world. Including Boots, Tesco, Holland & Barrett and many more.

  • – Millions of products sold
  • – Sold worldwide
  • – Clinically proven
  • – Proven results


100% natural fat burner for women, that fires up your metabolism and curbs food cravings.

Made with only the most effective, natural ingredients to quickly and safely fuel your weight loss. Trimtone contains only the good stuff straight from mother nature.  No fillers, no fake-stuff, and absolutely, positively no nasties. What you see is what you get.  


The clinically proven appetite suppressant

At Zotrim, the goal isn’t to help you lose weight. It is to help you reach a healthy weight and keep it off for good. This commitment to helping you become the best version of you is the reason why thousands of satisfied customers trust and choose Zotrim.


PhenGold is loaded with fat burning ingredients clinically proven to help you lose weight safely and effectively.

PhenGold is transforming the lives of thousands of dieters, packed with catechins and caffeine it increases your metabolism and suppresses your hunger.

Zeta White

Gentle. Safe. Natural. Helps lighten skin the natural way to have visibly fairer, more radiant complexion. suitable for use anywhere you would like to see lighter skin, including elbows, knees and underarms.

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Clinical Research

Ruxton, C.H.S., Kirkwood, L., McMillan, B., St John, D. and Evans, C.E.L. (2007)

‘Effectiveness of a herbal supplement (ZotrimTM) for weight management’. British Food Journal, Vol. 109, pp. 416-428. 

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Alhaktib, A.

‘Yerba Maté (Ilex paraguariensis) ingestion augments fat oxidation and energy expenditure during exercise at various submaximal intensities’. Nutrition & Metabolism 2014, 11:42

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Doherty, M. and Smith, PM. (2004)

‘Effects of caffeine ingestion on exercise testing: a meta-analysis’. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 14(6):626-46

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Harrold, J.A. et al (2013)

‘Acute effects of a herb extract formulation and inulin fibre on appetite, energy intake and food choice’. Appetite 62, 84-90.

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Andersen, T. and Fogh, J. (2001)

‘Weight loss and delayed gastric emptying following a South American herbal preparation in overweight patients’. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Vol. 14, pp. 243-250.

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Gambero, A. and Ribeiro, M.L. (2015)

‘The Positive effects of Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) in Obesity’. Nutrients, 7, 730-750.

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