Get Svelte Review
What You Should Know
Get Svelte is a tea that is suppose to build the metabolism and improve vitality. Get Svelte was advertised to really make you drop the pounds, but it faded out as quickly as it came in. The tea can be drank with meals or on its own. Hawthorne is one of the main ingredients in it and is said to clean the digestive system. The company also claims that Get Svelte will also lower cholesterol. It says studies have been shown, but there are no studies available online.
Hawthorne, beggarticks, salvia, cassia, alisma, winged euonymus stem (Chinese: Gui jian yu).
The Get Svelte tea advertises to help you lose weight by boosting your metabolism. It is also advertised to help you control your cholesterol and cleanse the digestive system. The tea can be purchased from different sites for around $7 plus shipping. In each box, you will receive 18 packets of tea which consist of 2 mg. There is no official website for this company. You can only find secondary websites offering the beverage for sale.
- It claims to boost metabolism.
- There is not an official website for Get Svelte.
- There is no research or evidence to prove Get Svelte works.
- There is no official company to purchase the tea from.
- There are no free trial samples of Get Svelte offered.
- There are no testimonials available for Get Svelte.
It seems like Get Svelte was just another product someone created in hopes of getting rich. You cannot find very much information on the product and there are no guarantees it works. You also can’t find any real research for the tea. You can find basic information for Get Svelte, like the ingredients, and what it is suppose to do, but that is about it. No official website can be found for this company. You can’t even find who this tea is put out by. A picture of the box lists that it is put out by Jiangyin Herb Work Co. but, that can only be found on the package of the tea. There is no where available that tells how much of a daily intake you should have or how to prepare the tea. It seems like a long shot that drinking tea will help you lose weight. Yes, Green tea and other teas have ingredients in them that help with weight loss, but it takes more than that to lose weight. It takes a balanced diet with exercise and plenty of water to do it. Supplements that contain nutrients to boost metabolism, energy, and suppress the appetite will also help, but are not always necessary.