Advanced Research Chroma Slim Water Pill Review
What You Should Know
Advanced Research Chroma Slim Water Pill aims to help the user reduce water retention with herbal ingredients. Herbal diuretics are highly effective at decreasing water stores in the body, but there is a huge problem. These ingredients do not know when to stop stripping fluid. Dehydration, electrolyte loss and potassium loss are serious side effects associated with taking a water pill or diuretic. Typically, one herb is more than enough to increase water loss, but this supplement contains multiple herbal diuretics.
List of Ingredients
Vitamin B6, Potassium.
Herbal Complex: Scouring Rush, Parsley, Uva Ursi, Bromelain, Buchu Leaf, Cornsilk and Cade Juniper.
The only major diuretic not included in the Advanced Research Chroma Slim Water Pill is dandelion root. The company attempts to make the supplement less dangerous by adding in potassium and vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 is responsible, in part, for energy creation. It can product a brief spike in energy, but B vitamins are quickly metabolized and rinsed out of the body during urination. This may happen faster when taking a diuretic.
Potassium is lost during urination. Typically, the flow of water in and out of the body is just right to regulate potassium levels. When a diuretic like Advanced Research Chroma Slim is taken, that balance is thrown off. There is more potassium lost than the diet can replace. This causes negative side effects like cramping and, potentially, death.
All of the ingredients in the Herbal Complex either push water from the body or support the ingredients that push water from the body. There are seven diuretic ingredients in this supplement, far more than the body needs. Why would a company push so many diuretics into one supplement? In some cases, herbal diuretics may work for one person and not for another. If the company throws several into one supplement, it is bound to work.
- All ingredients for Advanced Research Chroma Slim Water Pill are listed online.
- The supplement will reduce water retention.
- Not appropriate for long-term use.
- Will not cause weight loss.
- Does not increase metabolism.
- Will not suppress appetite.
Dieters need to be very careful when they choose a weight loss supplement. Diuretics are not safe for use during weight loss as most diets have a diuretic effect and cause water loss. This supplement will not stop pulling water from the body when retention is relieved. Instead, it will force the body into dehydration levels and that could cause some serious side effects. Even if the dieter does not feel the serious side effects, they will likely feel thirsty and the skin will dry out. Decreased urination could occur no matter how much of the supplement is taken.