What You Should Know
Acaluma Slim is a weight loss product aimed as the Spanish-speaking population. We found an official website, but the website was written in Spanish, making it hard to decipher for anyone who does not speak the language. When we translated the page, we found the same old weight loss claims associated with three ingredients commonly used in other weight loss supplements. Acaluma Slim is not a viable alternative to proven weight loss supplements.
List of Ingredients
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid
We couldn’t help but notice the reference to clinical studies on the Acaluma Slim website. Yes, there are studies that support all three ingredients in Acaluma Slim, but not all studies are worth mentioning. Studies on CLA show a small increase in fat loss, but most of the participants are fit individuals, not dieters trying to lose weight. L-Carnitine and Slimaluma studies are in the same boat.
If there are clinical studies proving the ingredients in Acaluma Slim are effective, why should the dieter avoid this product? Studies reveal a specific amount of each ingredient used to achieve weight loss results. Acaluma Slim does not reveal how much of the three ingredients are used in the formula. Just because an ingredient is included does not mean enough of that ingredient is included. The dieter needs to see everything about the formula, including amounts, to compare the formula with clinical studies used to support the supplement.
We did not find a place to order the supplement on the official website. We have no idea how much the supplement sells for or if the supplement is even currently available for purchase.
- Ingredients are listed on the official website.
- The three ingredients are supported with clinical research.
- Marketed toward the Spanish-speaking population, only.
- The dieter is not told how much of each ingredient is included in the formula.
- Clinical studies show only mildly positive results in humans.
- Most studies have been conducted on animals.
Acaluma Slim is not the best weight loss supplement on the market. We love to support new and exciting formulas, but this product is nothing more than three overused ingredients marketed toward the Spanish population. Clinical research on Acaluma Slim has not been completed, so the formula as presented to the dieter could be completely ineffective, despite clinical research on the individual ingredients.
There is a line in the product description referencing studies completed on Acaluma Slim, but no links to these studies are provided. Links to user testimonials do not work, so the dieter cannot read the stories of people who claim to have lost weight taking the supplement.