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Delish Organics Review

Delish Organics Review

Delish Organics, produced by Atlas Co, is a Japanese mulberry leaf formula that also contains ginger. It is specifically formulated to prevent diabetes, as well as for those that already have diabetes and high blood sugar levels.

Containing young mulberry leaves farmed from Kagoshima in Japan, organic ginger, and organic dextrin, the Delish Organics formula is JAS (Japanese Agricultural Standards) certified organic.

It’s also non-GMO, color-free, preservative-free, and artificial-free. Although the brand doesn’t claim that the formula is, it seems to be vegetarian/vegan.

The formula is sold in single-serve sachets to make it easier for people to consume the powder on the go, which is great for those with busy lives (of which a lot of us seem to live!).

I’m really keen to take a closer look at the Delish Organics formula, especially considering that diabetes cases around the world are rising. So, I’m looking forward to seeing if these on-the-go Delish Organics sachets can actually provide benefits.

If you’re thinking of purchasing Delish Organics or you’re also intrigued to take a closer look at it, check out my full Delish Organics review below.

Delish Organics Tub

Delish Organics First Impressions

Initially, I’m not overly impressed by the online presence of the Delish Organics formula. The Atlas Co website that the product is sold on is a little outdated and doesn’t provide a wide range of information about the product.

However, the formula does look interesting – it’s well branded, is made from young mulberry leaves farmed in Japan, and has a variety of positive customer reviews.

Hopefully, when I take a closer look at the formula it will impress me further!

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Background on Atlas Co

Delish Organics is produced by Atlas Co, a health product company based in Osaka, Japan, founded by Hiroshi Takemura. It was founded in 1992 and produces a wide range of products, including various health foods, cosmetics, pet supplements, and household products.

The Delish Organics formula was first produced in 2019 and has become a company bestseller.

The company sells products worldwide, although they are most well-known and sold in Asia. The products are especially popular in Singapore, Korea, and Indonesia.

Delish Organics Benefits

The main benefit of the Delish Organics formula is that the mulberry leaves within the formula contain DNJ (1-Deoxynojirimycin) which weakens the work of enzymes that absorb carbohydrates.

Therefore, the formula suppresses the absorption of carbohydrates, reduces the level of blood glucose levels, and reduces the likelihood of and the symptoms of obesity.

Due to the benefits associated with this formula, it is specifically formulated for and targeted towards those that have diabetes and high blood sugar levels.

Delish Organics Ingredients

There are only three main ingredients within the Delish Organics formula. Unfortunately, the ingredients label is not fully disclosed. Therefore, it’s impossible to know how much of each ingredient exists within the formula – this is a huge problem when trying to work out the efficacy of the formula.

However, I will look at this in more detail later in this review.

First, let’s take a look at the ingredients within the formula.

Here is the complete list of the Delish Organics ingredients:

  • Organic Mulberry Leaf Powder
  • Organic Dextrin
  • Fermented Ginger
  • There are also micronutrients within the formula, with the amount of each listed properly.

    It seems confusing as to why the brand does not provide information about the ingredients but does provide information about the amount of each micronutrient!

Here is the supplement facts label:

Delish Organics Label

How does Delish Organics Taste?

Delish Organics isn’t flavored, but the mulberry leaves and ginger within the formula may give it a bit of a “kick”. However, the formula has incredibly positive reviews concerning the taste of the formula, with customers saying it tastes “good” and “like matcha”.

If you do find the formula a little bitter though, you can always add it to a juice, a smoothie, or milk.

Side Effects

Atlas Co doesn’t warn about any side effects associated with the Delish Organics formula.

However, the brand does say that those who are taking medicines, pregnant, breastfeeding, and those who are under 18 years old should consult a doctor before consuming the formula.

I would suggest that children, pregnant, and breastfeeding women don’t consume this formula due to the fact that these people are at high risk and there has not been adequate research done on the safety of the consumption of mulberry leaves for these groups of people.

Does Delish Organics Work?

Due to the fact that Delish Organics doesn’t have a fully disclosed ingredients label, it is impossible to figure out if the formula contains sufficiently dosed ingredients.

Therefore, it’s impossible to know if the formula will provide the benefits that the brand claims it will.

It’s unlikely that the packets contain enough mulberry leaves to provide these benefits.

However, the recommended dose of mulberry leaf to lower cholesterol, blood pressure, and reduce the symptoms of diabetes is 1g three times per day.

Therefore, seeing as each packet only contains 1.5g, it’s unlikely that the packets contain enough mulberry leaves to provide these benefits.

In addition, the low doses of micronutrients such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, and iron don’t meet recommended doses.

Therefore, although the formula may benefit the consumer in some way, it’s impossible to prove whether the consumer will actually consume sufficiently dosed ingredients.

Delish Organics Reviews

Typically I look on Amazon to see unbiased reviews of formulas, but seeing as there are only three ratings (not reviews) on the formula on Amazon, all of which are 5 stars, I’ve decided to take a look at the selection of reviews on the Atlas Co website.

The Atlas Co website has a variety of independently collected reviews associated with the Delish Organics formula. Overall, the formula has 65 reviews and scores 4.6 stars out of 5 stars.

Let’s take a look at a selection of these reviews!

The daily consumption of the mulberry leaf powder has helped in keeping my blood sugar in check. I love how easy and convenient it is with these individually packed mulberry powder. The ordering process is hassle-free and delivery is fast and prompt. Wonderful experience! 5-star reviewer

I am able to consume the product. No problem. I have not seen a significant weight reduction yet. 4-star reviewer

The taste is okay. My husband has only been using it for a couple of weeks now, no good result so far, blood sugar reading is still the same. 3-star reviewer

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

Atlas Co does not provide a money-back guarantee for any of their products but does accept returns within 7 days of receipt.

Where to buy Delish Organics?

You can buy Delish Organics from the Atlas Co website, from Amazon, and from online shopping sites in Asia such as Shopee and BliBli.

Is It Worth The Price?

Delish Organics is sold in boxes that contain single-serve sachets and one box contains 60 single-sachet servings.

One box of Delish Organics costs $53 (¥5,800), therefore working out at a cost per serving of $0.88.

However, if you buy three boxes of the formula, the cost per box works out at $42 (¥4,640). Therefore, the cost per serving would work out at $0.70.

The formula does have positive reviews, the fact that the product doesn’t have a fully disclosed list means that it’s impossible to know how much of each product exists within the formula.

So, although the formula is cheap, it can’t be proved to be effective.

Therefore, it’s your choice as to whether you would want to buy this formula – it might be great and super budget-friendly, or it might not benefit you and you may lose the money you spent.

My Final Verdict

Overall, although I am impressed by the positive reviews, the price, the taste, and the origins of the ingredients within the formula, I personally would not purchase this formula.

Although the formula may provide benefits to the consumer, the fact that the formula’s ingredients label isn’t fully disclosed means that it’s impossible to know how much of each ingredient is within the formula and therefore whether the ingredients are sufficiently dosed or not.

Overall, if you’re looking for a cheap formula that may or may not provide benefits, then this may be a good formula for you.

However, if you’re looking for a formula that’s proven to provide you benefits from sufficiently dosed ingredients, I would suggest looking elsewhere.

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I have a First Class Honours degree in Sports Science from Brighton University, specialising in exercise physiology and nutrition. In my youth I was a competitive Triathlete and long-distance runner placing top 10 in most triathlon races I completed.

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