ZendaSlim Diet Pills

by Diet Pill Center on October 22, 2013

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ZendaSlim is a nonprescription slimming pill that is designed to help dieters to slim down more quickly than they would on their own. As there are many products that make this kind of claim, it is important to look into the facts as opposed to simply believing what has been said in a blind way.

The official website for ZendaSlim highly advertises that it has been “doctor endorsed and recommended” and it goes to the extent of not only listing all of its ingredients, but also linking them to studies relating to those substances. There is one doctor named on the website as an endorser of the product. Interestingly, his photo is not the same as the image of the man in on the button on the home page that is linked to the doctor recommended page.

The ingredients within this product are: Green Coffee Bean Extract, Green Tea Extract, African Mango Extract, Apple Cider Vinegar, Grapefruit, Caffeine, Acai Berry Extract, Resveratrol Extract and Kelp.

Though the website has been well created to push these ingredients a few red flags do raise with the number of greatly hyped substances that don’t have any scientifically proven relationship with weight loss. In fact, even some of the quoted studies on the website do show that the substances have been researched, but not necessarily that they lead to fat loss. For example, the acai berry study was focused on blood glucose levels. It made no suggestion at all that the use of this ingredient would help to promote easier weight loss or that it would cause stored fat levels in the body to decrease. Acai berry as a substance has been connected to one of the largest and most widespread weight loss product scams of the last decade. Though it is considered to be a healthy food that is high in antioxidants, no reputable clinical human studies have ever indicated that it has weight loss benefits.

It should also be noted that not all of the links connected to the ingredients are actual studies. Some are merely led to articles found online, such as one cited under Apple Cider Vinegar, which is a generic health information website that has no medical affiliations whatsoever and one under Green Coffee Bean Extract, which links to a talk show website.

The pill itself is relatively competitive in its price. At the time of this review, the full price for a one month supply was $54.95 (plus an additional $4.95 for shipping and handling). It is manufactured in the United States and is sold with a 120 day satisfaction guarantee.

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