Rainbow Light Thinberry Satiety Review
What You Should Know
Rainbow Light Thinberry Satiety is one of the few supplements we’ve reviewed as of late with a bit of clinical support. The ingredient list is packed with clinically tested ingredients, some with positive weight loss results. There is enough green tea in the formula when taken at maximum dose to promote overall health and metabolism, but there are a couple of issues dieters should be aware of before jumping on to the Rainbow Light Thinberry Satiety wagon.
List of Ingredients
- Slendesta Potato Extract
- Proteinase Inhibitor II
- Green Coffee Bean Extract
- Chlorogenic Acid
- Green Tea Leaf Extract
- Ashwagandha Extract
- Acai Berry Juice
Chromium is a natural appetite suppressant. It doesn’t work by forcing the stomach to feel full when it is actually empty – it works by helping the body react to carbohydrates more effectively. The chromium is supported with Slendesta, a potato starch that may slow metabolism and help the dieter consume fewer calories per meal.
Green tea is another good addition to Rainbow Light Thinberry Satiety. There are 200 mg per serving with a maximum of two servings per day. This maximum dose is needed for dieters to hit the 300 to 350 mg of green tea suggested in clinical studies.
Looking down the ingredient list is a welcome change from the caffeinated super-stimulants common on the market today. The ingredient list offers appetite control, increased metabolism and antioxidant support, so what are the negatives?
Chlorogenic acid, the active ingredient in green coffee bean extract, is not clinically proven to boost weight loss. Though there are hundreds of green coffee bean extract supplements on the market, clinical study remains lax, at best. Future studies may prove chlorogenic acid a beneficial supplement for dieters, but only time will tell.
- We found a complete list of ingredients for Rainbow Light Thinberry Satiety online with amounts for each ingredient.
- The product supplies enough green tea to reap health benefits.
- There is no mention of caffeine, but the green tea is not decaffeinated.
There are only a couple small issues with Rainbow Light Thinberry Satiety. The most problematic is the fact that the ingredient list does not mention caffeine, but green tea contains caffeine. If the ingredient was decaffeinated we could see why caffeine was omitted, but it is not listed as such. There is a good chance there is some caffeine in this product. Chlorogenic acid is another issue as no human trials prove substantial weight loss from taking green coffee bean extract.