Re-Body Hunger Chews Review
What You Should Know
Re-Body Hunger Chews are from the makers of SafSlim, a supplement that claims to aid in belly fat loss, but contains only one active ingredient – safflower oil. This time around, Re-Body uses yet another single ingredient, but this time the dieter is losing appetite not belly fat.
The official website is well-designed, but there is no place for users to comment on the supplement. We also found no testimonials for Hunger Chews. The company claims the supplement uses a scientific breakthrough to curb hunger. That breakthrough is known as Satiereal.
List of Ingredients
- Satiereal Saffron Extract
- Evaporated Cane Juice
- Brown Rice Syrup
- Natural Flavors
- Rice Syrup Solids
- Palm Oil
- Soy Lecithin
- Citric Acid
- Malic Acid
- Coloring from Fruits and Vegetables
There is no information about the Satiereal Saffron Extract in Re-Body Hunger Chews on the official website. We found an official website for the ingredient, which appears to be owned by a company in France. There are two clinical trials mentioned on the Satiereal website. The first included only 16 women, which means the study is not considered viable on any medical platform. The second study included only 60 participants, which is still extremely low, but we chose to look at the study anyway.
The study was performed by BG Clinicals, a for hire company. The participants were mildly overweight and diet and exercise was not recorded. All information was collected in a personal journal over the course of eight weeks. At the end of the study, the dieters ate fewer snacks and lost about 2.2 pounds on average – in two months. None of this information is found on the Re-Body Hunger Chews website or in the product description.
- May reduce the need to snack between meals.
- Hunger Chews caused significantly more weight loss than a placebo – in a very small trial.
- Costs too much for the lax weight loss effects.
- The clinical trial stated Satiereal affects mood.
- Should not be taken by people on psychiatric medication like anxiety or depression medications.
The clinical trial on Satiereal published on the National Institutes of Health PubMed website is pretty convincing, unless you look at the specific details of the study. The women had a BMI of about 26.8, which is very slightly overweight. The women also reported compulsive snacking, which can be considered a psychiatric condition. Satiereal admittedly affects mood, thus the impact on snacking and subsequent weight loss.
There is very little chance Re-Body Hunger Chews are going to be the last supplement you need to lose weight. The chews are far too expensive to lose just two pounds in a matter of two months. Add a daily walk around the block and skip the sweets and you could lose five times that much in the same amount of time.