What You Should Know
SBL Lean is a dietary supplement that promises to help you lose weight by assisting you with appetite control and eliminating cravings. The supplement was created by Smith-Bryant Labs, and uses a compound they created to achieve feelings of fullness. Is this the product you have been looking for to help you reach your weight loss goals? Read this review to see what we think before you making your final purchasing decision.
List of Ingredients
SBL Lean contains the following ingredients: synephrine caprylate, phenylethylamine hcl, caffeine, theobromine and enzymes.
SBL Lean is not really a product that should be considered safe. The synepherine caprylate is a compound derived from citrus autrianum, which though a natural fruit, is a chemical cousin to ephedra. Banned for the serious health issues it created, many weight loss supplement companies started using the natural ingredient in its place, because it is thought to produce the same energy boosting, fat burning effects as ephedra, without the harsh side effects. The reality of the situation is that it still has the potential to cause heart trouble, and is not much, if any, safer than actual ephedra. It is a stimulant, just the same. Caffeine, also a stimulant, is thought to have a fat burning and metabolism boosting effect, but is not as strong as other fat burning ingredients. As a stimulant it could have negative side effects such as jitters, headaches, and insomnia. Long chain fatty acids are used to help promote feelings of fullness so you can go longer between meals without feeling hungry.
- SBL Lean does not have any advantages to note.
- SBL Lean is full of stimulant ingredients.
- This product is not backed by clinical research.
- Bitter orange, though natural may produce the same side effects as ephedra.
- This is not an effective long term solution to weight loss.
- There are no free trials of this product.
- There are no customer testimonials to support this product.
SBL Lean is one of those products you should probably stay away from. It is also one of the products that proves natural does not always mean safe. Poison Ivy is a natural plant, but it causes rash, pain, and itching when it comes in contact with your skin. We don’t consider it safe, so we shouldn’t consider all things natural, any safer than prescription drugs. A weight loss supplement should be clinically proven as both safe and effective, and backed by a guarantee to minimize your risk. You should also use a weight loss supplement in conjunction with a balanced diet and regular exercise routine, as the weight loss supplement alone will not likely produce any results, but will boost the results compared to diet and exercise alone.