Marketed with an emphasis towards women and until only recently men as well, Slimquick capsules are claimed to help it’s users lose three times the weight they usually would as compared to if they stuck to a straight diet and exercise regimen. Sounds great..just like other products claim. So does Slimquick really work? We took it upon ourselves to find out.
Slimquick is made by Slimquick Labratories which are located in Delaware. Slimquick offers a variety of other weight loss products which can be purchased in a variety of major retailers which include: Kroger, CVS, RiteAid, Target, Walmart, Walgreens, as well as online retailers such as Amazon.com.
According to the company’s website, their new product, Slimquick Pure has isolated the fat burning ingredients in green tea that speed up metabolism better than chemical ingredients can. Slimquick Pure used with BioPure Green Tea is claimed to allow 3 times the absorption of fat burning agents, which are called catechins. Slimquick claims 3 times the weight can be lost or you get a money back guarantee.
1 capsule of Slimquick is to be taken with either a meal or 8 ounces of water everyday, with a maximum of 6 capsules that can be taken a day.
Slimquick also claims that women who used the product’s key ingredient along with a 1,350 calorie diet lost more weight than women who just had the diet.
Even though making great claims, not all users have found these results as typical.
Slimquick‘s website does mention some of it’s ingredients, but at the same time it isn’t as clear on the exact amounts that are included. If you are interested in other diet pills that are derived from natural ingredients, please read the top 10 list. While including healthy ingredients such as Vitamins D, K, B6 and B12, none of these really have much of a contributing factor to weight loss. The ingredients that do are:
Side effects: Loss of focus, change in sleep patterns, hyperactivity, anxiety and dehydration.
Slimquick is fairly easy to obtain, as it is available in several major retailers.
On the surface level, Slimquick doesn’t have any samples of it’s product, so you don’t know what you are getting into until you have already bought the product. And maybe there is a reason for that, a numerous users have complained that the products aren’t very appetizing.
But that’s just Slimquick right out of the gate. Going deeper into the rabbit hole, we can dissect Slimquick‘s claim that it will assist in weight loss. Although sounding hopeful, if one pays attention to the fine print, they do also mention that diet and exercise would be helpful to the process. Given that we know this, why would Slimquick be trusted as an elixir when clearly there is nothing that stands out about it from the rest of the competition?
Lastly, even though Slimquick has many ingredients that are natural, that doesn’t mean that harm won’t come to the user, especially if they are taking other supplements. There’s even a warning on the label of the bottle about this.
While the company markets that Slimquick contains a lot of natural ingredients, it is not clear that some of the ingredients actually contribute to weight loss.
While including all natural ingredients, it isn’t very clear if these ingredients actually help with weight loss. Even though Slimquick is listed as one of a kind, there are plenty of products out there with the same (or less) price that are actually effective. If you don’t feel like wasting your time and money on a diet supplement that very well may not even work, you might as well look elsewhere.
We strongly recommend looking into other diet pills that may be more effective for you.
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