What You Should Know
A.C.E. is a diet pill by Saba. This product claims to be an all natural weight loss supplement designed to help you burn fat and suppress appetite. If you are on the market to try a weight loss supplement to increase the amount of weight you lose compared to diet and exercise alone, read this review to learn more about this product before you buy it.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
- Cocoa Powder
- Green Tea Extract
- Geranium Flower
- Natural Sourced Caffeine
A.C.E. contains several ingredients, and they are not powerful or revolutionary. Many of these ingredients, such as: Cocoa powder, chromium, green tea extract, and caffeine are commonly seen in the diet and weight loss industry. Vitamin B6 is. Cocoa powder contains theobromine, a mild stimulant similar to caffeine, thought to induce the “love drug” feeling that comes with chocolate to elevate mood. Chromium is thought to help stabilize the blood sugar levels, which can help prevent cravings and keep the metabolism revved. Spirulina is an algae that contains 70% protein and a host of vitamins and minerals, that is easily digested and absorbed, making it a helpful addition to any weight loss program. Green tea extract is a natural source of caffeine thought to boost energy levels and metabolism while also acting as an appetite suppressant. Geranium flower is thought to serve as a mood enhancer to help reduce stress and anxiety. Caffeine is a stimulant thought to act as a mild fat burner. Vandium is another trace mineral like chromium used to stabilize blood sugar levels and help prevent cravings.
- A.C.E. appears to contain only all natural ingredients.
- A.C.E. does not appear to have an official manufacturer’s website.
- At $50+ per bottle, this supplement is an expensive one.
- The ingredient amounts are hidden in a proprietary blend.
- There are no free trials of this product.
- We are unclear as to the money back guarantee policy for this product.
A.C.E. looks like it has potential, but without an official website to go from, rather than a bunch of affiliate websites all targeted at making you buy the product, we tend not to trust it. A quality product would not have to resort to affiliate sales to make money and stay on the market. While there are some impressive ingredients in this formula, since we cannot tell how much there is, and there is no clinical evidence to support the formula as a whole, we do not recommend it for use. If you choose to use this supplement, combine it with regular exercise and a nutritionally balanced diet to get the best results.