Glabrinex Review - Does This Belly Fat Pill Work? Are lack of results and high price deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/03/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
There’s a definite buzz around Glabrinex, so we took a detailed look at the ingredients, side effects, customer service quality and clinical research. We didn’t stop there; we read hundreds of user reviews to see what people are saying. Then, we condensed and refined to give you the info you need.
What You Need to Know
Glabrinex is a supplement that “suppresses the formation of visceral fat” with licorice flavonoid oil. You take three capsules every evening and that’s supposed to slim down your midsection. Unless you’re out and about in the evening, you don’t have to take them with you.
The product, released by Vitamin Research Products sometime after 1979 when the business started, uses only natural ingredients, a good choice. Purchases can be made on the official website and through third-party retailers. We like that the company has been around for more than 30 years and there are some supportive comments, but read on…
Lack of Results
The first worry we had is in regards to Glabrinex ingredients. “This is a simple product that makes extraordinary claims,” says our Research Editor. “The formula says a lot about the chance of you losing belly fat and so do consumers.”
“Well … three months and 540 capsules later I recorded a total weight loss of zero, nada, nilch pounds and reduced my belly size by 1/2″ to 39-1/2″,” said one user.
“I’m using it now for about 4 weeks, without any changes in activity and eating habits (I’m a diabetic and used to a strict feeding regimen) and I have lost exactly 0 (zero) grams,” offers a dieter.
Still another says, “Further to my earlier comments: I have used it now for ten straight weeks and my weight has not changed one milligram.”
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High Price – I Paid What?
Glabrinex is offered for $49.95 on the official website, but that’s not what dieters claim they paid. “No results at all after paying a large fee to the mail order company. Dr. Jones, Canada, has lost credibility in my estimation,” a buyer explains.
“Gabrinex, like many other “miracle” products is a total ripoff and was an expensive $150 lesson for me,”claims a user.
One customer puts it simply, “I paid a fortune for these pills.”
Our research links one negative, like lack of results, to reduced long-term success. If Glabrinex doesn’t melt away stomach fat, the company claims are invalid.
There is a clinical study listed on the Glabrinex official website. At first the research looks like it supports weight-loss claims, but when you reach the bottom you see it for what it’s really worth. According to the authors, “Ingestion of 300 mg/day of [licorice flavonoid oil] significantly suppressed body weight gain in overweight subjects.” That’s nowhere near the same thing as helping the dieter lose more. At DietSpotlight, words like “could” and “probably” do not signify proof. Without science to back up statements, a supplement can’t be trusted.
The Bottom Line
Our curiosity about Glabrinex was satiated easily enough. We like that Vitamin Research Products has been around for more than three decades and the BBB rating is an “A+”, but we can’t recommend a supplement that just doesn’t work, based on consumer reviews. We’re also concerned that the clinical research doesn’t prove weight-loss associated with regular use.
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