Hunger Shield Review
What You Should Know
Hunger Shield is an appetite suppressant you add to that bottle of water you carry around each day. As you sip the water you are gradually consuming ingredients designed to suppress appetite so you can control food intake and finally lose weight. This is the claim made by the Hunger Shield website, but websites and manufacturers make claims all the time. Hunger Shield claims the formula of protein, fiber and probiotics makes this product unique.
List of Ingredients
- Whey Protein Concentrate
- Citric Acid
- Natural Flavor
- Probiotic Blend
- Turmeric Color
- Oat Fiber
- Flaxseed Powder
Each stick of Hunger Shield contains 40 calories, 10 mg sodium, 30 mg potassium, 5 g carbohydrates, 4 g fiber and 5 g protein. The formula is sound as all 40 calories come from carbohydrates and protein. Despite the sound nature of the formula, there are a few things we noticed that could cause concern for the dieter. First, each packet contains 40 calories and one packet is one serving, but how many servings is the dieter supposed to use each day. If the dieter consumes one before each meal and one after dinner to suppress late night cravings they are consuming 160 extra calories.
The instructions for using Hunger Shield also cause a red flag. Even though there is a sweetener in the formula, the instructions suggest adding a zero- or low-calorie sweetener to improve taste. That means the powder doesn’t taste sweet as packaged so why add the sweetener at all?
Not everything about Hunger Shield is negative. The formula was created by nutrition professionals. The names and pictures of these professionals are available on the site – a huge push towards transparency.
- All of the ingredients, calories and nutritional information are listed on the website.
- The formula could help suppress appetite.
- Supplies 5 grams of fiber per serving.
- There is some question as to how many servings the dieter should use each day.
- One box will last only a week if four packets are consumed each day.
Hunger Shield appears to be a safe supplement that could be effective for some women. The formula does not contain anything special and everything in the formula can be consumed via a high-fiber pita or tortilla, but if you want to drink your fiber and add a little probiotic support to your diet Hunger Shield could work.