Slim Miracle Review
What You Should Know
Slim Miracle claims to be the most effective weight loss supplement on the market. If we believed every one of these claims we would own thousands of supplements. Manufacturers are supposed to convince dieters that this product will work, but the difference between successful and unsuccessful diet marketing is proof. Slim Miracle attempts to provide testimonials, but some of the testimonials are nothing more than words copied and pasted from the official product description.
List of Ingredients
- Zisu Extract
- Lotus Leaf
- Oriental Water Plantain
- Psyllium Husk
- Bamboo Shoot
- Seed Fat
- Vitamin E
Zisu extract is an ingredient commonly used in oriental or Chinese weight loss supplements. The ingredient could be a diuretic, stimulant or laxative. Lotus leaf has a long history in ancient Chinese medicine, but there are no indications this ingredient promotes weight loss. Common uses of lotus leaf include treatment of diarrhea and muscle spasms. Oriental water plantain has diuretic effects, so you can expect to notice increased urination when taking Slim Miracle. Psyllium husk is a source of fiber commonly used as a natural laxative. Bamboo shoot may be associated with natural asthma treatments, but there is no evidence it is effective for weight loss. We have no idea what seed fat is and vitamin E and protein are not weight loss ingredients.
The About page of the Slim Miracle website is even more confusing than the ingredient list. The claims of increased metabolism, energy and focus are not founded. There is also something weird about the servings per container. According to the description, each serving weighs 30,650 mg. That means one serving of Slim Miracle weighs about the same as an AA battery. That is one HUGE pill.
- Ingredients listed online.
- You can order directly from the official website.
- Contains unknown ingredients.
- Each pill would have to be the size of an AA battery.
- Some of the testimonials are copied from the product description.
- The product is not guaranteed and you cannot request a refund.
Slim Miracle is not the diet pill that will change the weight loss market. There are unknown ingredients and diuretics in the mix, no guarantee or chance of refund and a pill large enough to cause almost every human being to choke in an attempt to swallow the mega-horse pill. The testimonials are clearly faked and we could not find any information on the manufacturer or company behind the supplement.