I did a few things this week. I obsessed about Slim 30 and then wrote this review. We focused on ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer support. Additionally, we examined hundreds of consumer comments and testimonials. Then, we summarized and condensed to give you the info you need.
What is Slim 30?
First off, Slim 30 is a fat burner containing Chinese hawthorn fruit, sickle pod senna seed, oyster shell, and sacred lotus leaf. Take one pill a day and supposedly the supplement helps burn fat and possibly increases weight-loss. One of the benefits is the small capsules are easy to take on-the-go.
There’s limited information as to when Slim 30 hit the market, but it appears as if online retailers have been selling it since 2009. Several third-party retailers offer the supplement for sale, just not an official website. We like that we found some favorable customer comments and the cost seems reasonable, but read on . . .
Ineffectiveness – “No Weight-Loss?”
The first concern was the ineffectiveness of Slim 30 ingredients. “When a company makes the case that a product will help you lose weight, we become interested,” said our Research Editor. “But if customers tell a different story, we then become a bit concerned.”
“So disappointed. I have been taking Slim 30 for the past year and it just completely stopped working,” said a customer.
“I’ve used in the past, but this time nothing seems to be happening,” said another.
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Side Effects – “Not a Good Feeling?”
Customers talking in forums are complaining about Slim 30 side effects. “I tried it myself and was shaky the second day. I had to stop taking them,” commented a dieter.
“My heart was pounding and I had really bad headache and it lasted all day,” reported a customer.
“The old version was good, but the newer formula just makes my stomach hurt and get a bad headache,” said another.
Throughout our research, we found that all it takes is something considered troublesome, like negative side effects, to put the brakes on long-term success. If customers experience adverse reactions while taking Slim 30, this is a concern.
Science – “Any Research?”
We reviewed several website and none offered any published clinical research proving Slim 30 will help dieters lose weight or burn fat. At DietSpotlight, scientific studies are critical. If there’s none, we become skeptical about it.
The Bottom Line – Does Slim 30 Work?
So, here’s our final thoughts on Slim 30. Well, we like that we found some favorable customer comments and the cost seems reasonable, but we’re concerned about this one because there’s no published research proving it works. We’re also hesitant due to customers reporting negative side effects and ineffectiveness.
If you need to drop some weight, we suggest going with a supplement containing clinically-tested ingredients, with no mention of negative side effects.
Among the best supplements we’ve researched in 2016 is one called Leptigen. The formula consists of some clinically-tested ingredients and has been shown to help accelerate metabolism and ignite fat loss. Customers are excited about seeing great results and no one is chattering about adverse reactions.
Also, the makers of Leptigen are offering customers a Special Trial Offer, an exceptional sign of confidence in their supplement.