What You Should Know
BioEnergiser Slimming Patches are an all natural appetite suppressing patch, used in a similar way as nicotine patches are used by those who are trying to quit smoking. Hunger pangs and food cravings are said to be reduced within just a few days after starting the patch, and hunger should also be satisfied with smaller portions of food. The main ingredient in BioEnergiser Slimming Patches is Fucus Vesiculosus, which is a plant found in the ocean waters off of the Brittany coast. Fucus Vesiculosus is also said to assist in breaking down fat reserves. Fucus Vesiculosus, or Bladderwrack, is supposed to stimulate the thyroid gland by manipulating iodine levels in the body, which may indirectly energize metabolism, and aid in weight loss.
Fucus Vesiculosus is the only ingredient listed for this product on the BioEnergiser website.
BioEnergiser refers to the success of nicotine patches for those wishing to quit smoking, and implies that these slimming patches work equally as well. Just affix a patch to your arm, and within a few days, you should start noticing a smaller appetite. The patches are said to be all natural, and appear to be stimulant free. These slimming patches are supposed to be a quick, safe and simple answer for those who wish to try an appetite suppressant. These patches offer results with little or no effort, which may be appealing but should also raise a red flag as to effective they are in the long run.
- BioEnergiser Slimming Patches are a convenient and simple appetite suppressant.
- BioEnergiser Slimming Patches do not promote exercise or a healthy diet in addition to their product.
- There are no other ingredients listed other than the Fucus Vesiculosus, so you don’t really know what else is in the patch.
- There is no clinical research data to support the appetite suppressant qualities of the product.
The BioEnergiser Slimming Patches are manufactured by BioEnergiser, which has successfully marketed other health and beauty products such as their detoxifying foot spa. The patches are convenient, and may assist dieters who want to feel less hungry. The absence of a complete ingredients list, and the absence of any research to support the claims made about the slimming patch make its effectiveness questionable. The fact that the active ingredient Fucus Vesiculosus interacts with the levels of iodine in the body, indicates that caution should be used, as too much iodine can have harmful side effects. The patch can be purchased online from the BioEnergiser website, and runs about