Bottom Line: We know you’re tired of fighting to lose weight only to end up right back at the starting line. So, we wanted to give you all the details about NutriSlim. We scoured the internet for information on the ingredients, side effects, customer service and clinical research. We found experiences from hundreds of people and read them all. Then, we narrowed and refined to give you the bottom line. There’s no doubt this product is popular, but we’re not 100% sure it will work the way you want it to.
What is NutriSlim?
First off, NutriSlim is a weight-loss program consisting of a meal-replacement and a capsule. We have no idea what’s in the powder, but the supplement contains coffee arabica extract, green tea extract, garcinia cambogia, chitosan, chromium picolinate, fenugreek and coleus. When you follow the suggested diet, you are supposed to lose more than you would otherwise. You shouldn’t have any trouble throwing these in a bag and heading out – at least that’s a positive.
Ayurwin, the company responsible for NutriSlim, has operated the official website since 2009. You can purchase from there or via third-party retailers in multiple countries. We like that caffeine and green tea are part of the formula and the price of the program is affordable, but read on…
Customer Reviews – “Yay or Nay?”
The first issue that came up with NutriSlim ingredients is that customers weren’t exactly happy with them. “A company can say whatever they want to win over the dieter,” says our Research Editor. “The real story comes out when users open up about experiences.”
- “Worse Worse Worse. Instead go on a diet and workout don’t waste your [money],” says one dieter.
- “Worst product.no a single kg lost in 1 month,” offers a buyer.
- Another claims, “Worst product ever don’t buy this.”
Restrictions – “You Can’t Eat That!”
The official website doesn’t say anything about a diet, but every other retailer we found selling the supplement did. The plan is simple. Replace breakfast and dinner with NutriSlim and eat vegetables for lunch. You consume very few calories.
- “Doctors must monitor all VLCD [very low calorie diet] patients regularly—ideally every 2 weeks in the initial period of rapid weight loss,” experts say.
- “This type of diet should only be used for a short time—usually about 12 weeks,” offers another warning.
After years of research, we’ve found that small things, like poor reviews, are more than enough to kill your chances of long-term success. If NutriSlim leaves customers unhappy, the dieter may just switch it out for a weight-loss supplement that is clinically proven.
The Science – “Clinical Proof?”
This one is simple. The green tea and caffeine are backed by science, but you can find these for less than $10 at a local pharmacy. NutriSlim is a little more expensive than we’d like to see at DietSpotlight for the proof to support.
Does NutriSlim Really Work?
Well, we like a few of the ingredients in the supplement and we believe you can boost metabolism with the right formula, but we are hesitant about recommending this product because there’s no science that proves it’s any better than less expensive options. Plus, we have no information on the shake and when you follow a very low calorie diet you may be setting yourself up to gain it all back in the end.
If you want to lose that weight without starving every day, we suggest trying out a product that’s made with 100% scientifically supported ingredients. It helps if you’re not expected to consume fewer than 1000 calories a day to reach your goals.
Of all the products we’ve reviewed in 2016, one of the best is Leptigen. There are four ingredients in the formula and ALL have been clinically tested. We found some amazing testimonials from people who’ve met or exceeded weight-loss goals. This is exactly what dieters should be looking for in a supplement.
Plus, we find it impressive that the makers of Leptigen are confident enough in the supplement to offer customers a Special Trial Offer. You have absolutely nothing to lose but weight.