FAQs

BergaMet Quick Fact Sheet

  • Helps support cholesterol levels in the normal range and overall cardiovascular, metabolic, and neurological health

  • Naturally sourced with no known side effects 

  • Always speak with your doctor before beginning any supplement regimen

Globally, more than 6000 customers are currently taking BergaMet.

Over 17 clinical trials have shown no significant side effects clearly correlating with the use of BergaMet to date.

BergaMet usually helps people feel healthier and more energetic within a few weeks of regular use.*

Based on numerous clinical trials, the minimum effective dosage and strength is 1000mg with a BPF (bergamot polyphenolic fraction) of 38 percent. All BergaMet products meet or exceed these standards - in fact, ours is the only product available to the general public that meets these minimum requirements. 

Bergamot, the key ingredient in all BergaMet products, is the only natural compound that works simultaneously supports normal healthy cholesterol, triglyceride, and blood glucose levels.*

Compared to other species of citrus, bergamot is made of concentrated numbers of unique polyphenols - antioxidants essential in support of overall mind and body health. Two of these, named Brutelidin and Melitidin, are not found in any other citrus derivatives.

Experimental studies have recently revealed that bergamot extract may have a protective effect on brain tissues.*

In studies to date, BergaMet appears to have a beneficial effect on arterial health, the most important measures of vessel health and function. This occurs regardless of any effects on blood cholesterol levels.*

BergaMet works by activating AMPK, which is the metabolic trigger for the breakdown of fat and sugar in the body. AMPK is considered to be a key therapeutic target in support of healthy weight and metabolism.*

Although bergamot includes some similar antioxidants to those in grapefruit, grapefruit also has a profound effect on the metabolic pathways within the liver. Thus, grapefruit is responsible for blocking many medications. On the other hand, bergamot does not appear to have the same effect on the metabolic function of the liver, and therefore appears safe to take with most medications.*

It is important to take BergaMet before eating because BergaMet works by assisting in blocking cholesterol absorption in the gut, which it can only optimize if it is in your system before food enters. There is still somewhat of a positive effect to taking BergaMet after eating, though, so if you forget before a meal, you should still take it after instead.*

Yes, BergaMet is a naturally sourced bergamot extract supplement, with no added colors, flavors or preservatives. It is also free of wheat, gluten, fish, egg, dairy, and lactose.*

If you have questions about our products or company, or a question for our medical team, contact us here.

* Results may vary from person to person. Always consult your doctor before beginning any supplement regimen. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. BergaMet is a dietary supplement and has not been approved by the FDA. *