Slendatrim Diet Pills

by Diet Pill Center on October 15, 2014

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Slendatrim is a nonprescription weight loss pill that, according to the official website, brings together appetite suppression and increased metabolic rate in order to help dieters to be able to shed fat more quickly and easily than would be possible with diet and exercise alone. The product is manufactured by a company called Vitegrity, which offers a number of different items within the health and beauty category.

The official website is a good size, with several pages of information that are meant to help to inform the consumer at the same time that they work to convince them that this is the ideal weight loss option.

To begin, it is a good idea for you to consult with your doctor before starting the use of this diet pill. The next step should be to take a closer look at the ingredients, examining each of them with information outside of the claims of the official website.

The FAQ page on the website lists the ingredients as: citrus aurantium, glucomannan, hoodia gordonii, irvingia gabonensis, and green tea. It claims that these ingredients will boost energy, shrink the appetite, and promote overall weight loss while “making it easier to follow a healthy lifestyle”. That last vague statement was not explained. After looking at this list of ingredients, anyone who is familiar with the ingredients commonly used in this industry would see a red flag with the very first ingredient.

Citrus aurantium, also known as bitter orange, is a substance that contains synephrine. This became popular when ephedra was banned in the United States after it was determined to be dangerous enough to cause death in some users. That said, synephrine has also been showing that it is not necessarily safe, either. Its side effects can be extreme enough that the FDA has issued a warning to consumers, informing them that this substance can lead to some rather dangerous side effects among some users.

The fact that this is combined with green tea, which is another ingredient that contains a stimulant, only increases the risk that side effects will be experienced by users of this product. The FAQ for this product does not identify exactly how much of each substance is used, but the fact that citrus aurantium is the very first ingredient is not promising in terms of protection from its effects.

For this reason, it would be exceptionally difficult to recommend this product for any purpose.

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