As the days of ‘miracle diet pills' may have seemed to fade since the height of Doctor Oz talking about popular weight loss ingredients and extracts like forskolin, garcinia and raspberry ketones – a new set of marketing tactics and gimmicks have re-emerged involving keto diet supplements and Shark Tank.
While we have written guides on the risks of free trials and Shark Tank Keto products, this review is about ‘Ultra Fast Keto Boost‘, a specific ketosis diet pill that seems to be featured everywhere on the internet. While we have once reviewed this product, more have come to light in regards to how they promote and position it.
For the record, from what we could find on the official Shark Tank catalog of shows, there was never a specific episode that referenced a ketogenic diet product. Also, while this overview does not imply that this specific product is not effective or produce results, it is more of how it is aggressively marketed and even falsified to a degree – which is no new occurrence in the keto diet world. Just ask celebrities Meghan Markle, Kevin Smith, Briana, and Ryan Culberson, Amanda Holden or Barbara Corcoran about these notorious keto-related diet product promotions.
Just take a look at the recent google trends behind this product, even overpowering the likes of garcinia, forskolin and the generic ‘keto diet pill' inquires while being nearly as popular as the vague ‘weight loss pills‘:
Even more impressive is all of this has started within the last month.
But many who are here may have already seen pictures and images like this on ‘websites' pushing the Ultra Fast Keto product.
The headlines of many of these sensationalized souped-up editorials will read like: “Weight Loss Pill That Naturally, Burns Fat Gets Biggest Deal In Shark Tank History” or “50lbs in 61 Days: New No-Exercise ‘Skinny Pill’ Melts Belly Fat. Why Every Judge On Shark Tank Backed This Product!” and proceed with very convincing language about why this product or really all of them are the best fat burning weight loss melter of all.
Of course, this is to branch off of the success the ketogenic diet has in general by saying these diet pills induce ketosis via Beta-hydroxybutyrate (BHB) which is what most keto dieters are looking to achieve by burning fat for energy instead of carbs.
The harsh reality is while we can not absolutely guarantee the products do not work – it is hard to ignore the fact that these celebrities are not endorsing these products like the advertising says, and to date no scientist, doctor, nutritionist, dietitian or celebrity has come out and actual visibility stated they are using this or that specific keto diet product. And the main two individuals found on these are Anna and Samantha Martin, who seem to have no track record or association with the ketogenic diet.
As far as Ultra Fast Keto Boost and its non-existent Shark Tank feature, we suggest contacting the company at 888-970-0686 or emailing at support @ ultrafastketoboost.com which are both obtained and made available on their official website.
For now, the better bet may be checking out a safer alternative and going with a reputable keto meal replacement shake or trusted keto diet pill brand.