Slim Plus Review
What You Should Know
Slim Plus is dietary supplement using a proprietary blend of ingredients to promote weight loss and boost energy. The supplement is available on the official website from parent company Globe All Wellness, makers of Slim Xtreme. The company has seen better days. In recent years, Globe All Wellness has had several supplements pulled from the market due to undisclosed ingredients that were banned by the FDA. If the company is willing to hide ingredients in one supplement, is Slim Plus actually safe?
List of Ingredients
- Bitter Orange Fruit
- Konjac Root Hoodia
- Lotus Leaf
- Cassia Seed
- Mulberry Leaf
- Jobstears Seed
- Medical Amylum
- African Mango
Slim Plus is a dietary supplement claiming to assist dieters with weight loss. The supplement uses a proprietary blend of proven weight loss ingredients such as caffeine to boost energy. Aside from the one proven ingredient, Slim Plus includes the potentially dangerous stimulant Bitter Orange. As we looked though all of the ingredients, there is no known scientific evidence the supplement will work as claimed. The supplement states dieters will lose 20 pounds in a month. If so, how is this possible? This statement would be believable if there were clinical trials associated with the supplement, which there is not.
Aside from the lack of scientific research, the supplement is rather expensive. On the official website, Slim Plus retails for $45.95. Even on third party ecommerce sites such as Amazon.com, the price is the same. A high priced supplement is definitely a red flag for the budget-conscience dieter.
A major concern is the proprietary blend. Throughout the website, dieters have the opportunity to review the supplement and even read about the ingredient list. The concern surrounds the lack of information pertaining to the amount in the supplement. We know caffeine and Bitter Orange are listed, but there is no exact amount. There is potential heart health danger associated with consuming too many stimulants at one time.
- The supplement is available on the official website.
- The ingredient list is available for review.
- The supplement contains multiple stimulants.
- The ingredients are listed in a proprietary blend.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- There is no scientific evidence associated with the supplement.
- There are no customer testimonials listed on the website.
- Slim Plus does not offer clinical studies supporting claims of weight loss.
Slim Plus attempts to stand out from the rest of the industry by stating dieters will lose 20 pounds in a month. Unfortunately, this is the same song and dance. The majority of supplement companies try to make claims, but fail to produce evidence supporting those claims. Dieters are too smart to continue to buy into supplements that do not have proof supporting weight loss claims.