What You Should Know
We love the name Slenderful. With a name like that, this supplement must be an appetite suppressant, but it’s not. Slenderful is a weight loss supplement that “addresses the 10 Metabolic Factors” associated with long-term, permanent weight loss. The company behind Slenderful claims only 5% of dieters ever succeed at weight loss, but this supplement could help. That’s a bit hard to believe when the manufacturer discontinued the supplement.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Gotu Kola
- Green Coffee Bean
- Willow Bark
- Grape Fruit Extract
- Yerba Mate
- Rhodiola Rosea
- Myo Inositol
- Choline Bitartrate
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Uva Ursi
- Vanadyl Nicotinate
- Capsicum Powder
- Sea Kelp
We have to say that the formula for Slenderful is different from some of the weight loss product we have reviewed, but not because of the ingredients in the formula; rather, it’s because the formula contains ingredients commonly found in multiple weight loss and herbal formulas.
We have stimulants – green coffee bean and yerba mate. Stimulants are common in fat burners as they are the force behind increasing metabolism and weight loss with supplements. This formula does not appear to contain the two most important stimulants, green tea and caffeine.
We also have a diuretic in uva ursi. Diuretics increase urination, which may temporarily cause a drop on the scale, but that drop will offset when the dieter stops taking the diuretic and starts taking water. There is a collection of vitamins – thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, B6, folate, B12 and iodine.
The remaining ingredients are often found in health foods and vitamin supplements for overall health, but not typically in a weight loss supplement.
- The complete list of ingredients is published online.
- Does not contain tons of caffeine or other stimulants.
- May improve overall health.
- Does not contain proven weight loss ingredients.
- May cause negative side effects if the dieter is taking diuretics.
We’re not sure Slenderful is the best weight loss supplement on the market, but it certainly is not the worst. There are no strong stimulants and no appetite suppressants in the formula. Overall, the dieter may notice a small increase in energy, but that is the only effect.
If the dieter currently takes psychiatric medications, they should not take this supplement. Phenylalanine could impact how certain medications work and should not be taken without a doctor’s permission.