What You Should Know
Slimvida is an all-natural weight loss supplement marketed by the Natural Health Network. The supplement is available from an official website, but dieters should beware because there are multiple websites with the Slimvida name. The dot com website is the official website – none of the others. The complete list of ingredients is available online, but we did not find any testimonials or before and after photos for the product. These are what sell the supplement to the dieter as they are able to see the effect.
The Slimvida website lists prices in pounds, not dollars, but the product could be available in the United States. The free trial is associated with an autoship program. The credit card is charged with the full price of the bottle 14 days after the trial is ordered – not 14 days after the bottle is received. Then the dieter will receive a new bottle every 30 days.
List of Ingredients
- Amylezene Fractionated Bean Extract
- Standardized Green Tea Extract
- Acai Berry Powder
- White Tea Extract
- Oolong Tea Extract
- Vitamin B6
- Folic Acid
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin D3
Amylezene fractionated bean extract is likely white kidney bean extract, which is typically used to block the absorption or digestion of carbohydrates. This ingredient is not going to push the dieter to lose a ton more weight, but that is not the interesting part of this ingredient. When we researched amylezene we stumbled upon a supplement called AviLean. AviLean is created by the Natural Health Network too and the website looks identical to the Slimvida website. When we looked more closely we realized the ingredient list, FAQs section and noted clinical studies are all identical. Smells like a scam to us. The AviLean website shows prices in US dollars and the Slimvida website show prices in pounds.
Green tea is an effective metabolism booster, but there is not enough in Slimvida. The addition of white tea and oolong tea adds a bit of effectiveness to the supplement, but an appetite suppressant is still missing.
- Ingredients listed online.
- Contains green tea, white tea and oolong tea.
- May help promote a healthy metabolism.
- Slimvida and AviLean are two products by the same company with different names.
- There is not enough green tea to boost metabolism significantly.
We are unsure why the Natural Health Network offers the same supplement with two different names in two different countries. You can order Slimvida in the United States so there is no need for two different supplement websites. Slimvida sells for US $99, but AviLean sells for US $40. I think I’d choose the AviLean.