Magrim Power Review - Does This Appetite Suppressant Really Work? Are unproven ingredients and manufacturer location deal breakers?
Magrim Power isn’t your grandmother’s diet product. We slowed down and really took our time to create a thorough review, focusing closely on the side effects, ingredients, scientific studies, and customer-service quality. We also scrutinized many user reviews from all over the internet. Finally, we summarized the data we collected to give you the facts you need to make an informed decision.
What is Magrim Power?
To start with, Magrim Power is an appetite suppressant that claims to help reduce fat absorption. The ingredients are sweet potato fiber, cyamoposis gum, amor phallus konjac, alfalfa, Tuckahoe, kola, guttiferae, coleus scutellariodes, guarana, marum kumquat, trigonella, and foenum.
Magrim Power is made by ProLife. The official website appears to have been taken down although the product is still available from third party retailers, but read on…
Our first concern is the long list of Magrim Power ingredients that are both vague and in many cases unproven. According to our Research Director, “The names of some of these do not appear to be in standard use in the states. The amounts are also not listed which further complicates matters.”
This reviewer expressed, “I got this based on some reviews I read. When I took it to my doctor he looked at me like I was crazy.”
A shopper complained, “I saw this in an ad online and I thought it looked different enough to give it a try. When I got it and was able to examine the ingredients list I realized I didn’t recognize most of them.”
Others were excited to try something different.
A dieter mentioned, “I really like all natural herbal remedies which is why I gave this a try. I don’t ever know what the ingredients are but this worked great for me.”
While another noted, “This helped me lose weight, I don’t care what’s in it.”
Manufacturer– “Not Domestic”
Some individuals were concerned about the fact that the product was not manufactured by an American company.
One unhappy client grumbled, “I didn’t realize it was made somewhere else because all of the information was in English. Sneaky.”
Echoed by another man who related, “I assume if it’s written in English and marketed to Americans it’s made here. Nope.”
However, many people expect that their products will be produced elsewhere because of the global economy.
A purchaser pointed out, “More than half of what I buy in the store is from China. I don’t care at this point where it’s made as long as it works.”
Another said, “Why would I care if it is made in the United States? The regulations aren’t that impressive here for herbal formulas.”
According to our research, consumers want to know that the ingredients in the supplements they are taking are safe and effective. They also want assurances that manufacturing standards are such that production quality is assured. Unfortunately, Magrim Power doesn’t offer either of these and would appear to provide very little value overall.
The Science – “None Provided”
Without an official website, there’s no way for the company behind Magrim Power to share clinical research. We do know that fiber, of all sorts, can help slow the digestive process, which could help you feel full and eat fewer calories.
The Bottom Line – Does Magrim Power Work?
Is it time to clear the shelves of Magrim Power? Well, there is virtually no evidence that this product can live up to the claims it makes. The ingredients are only vaguely listed and there is no official website that provides additional information. All of this makes us hesitant to give it the green light.
If the time has come to jump start your metabolism, you may want to check out a supplement that is made with ingredients that are backed by scientific research. A company that has full confidence in their product will have a professional website that provides ample information and documentation about efficacy.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It is made with a combination of four active ingredients, that have been documented in clinical research to help jump-start fat loss and spark metabolism. Our extensive research process wasn’t able to locate any customer reviews indicating a problem. However, we did turn up a number of comments that showed the excellent results those dieters were having.
The company that makes Leptigen is so excited about their product they’re now offering a Special Trial Offer, which is very reassuring.
Previous Magrim Power Review (Updated December 28, 2011):
What You Should KnowMagrim Power is a slimming product sold out of Shanghai, China. There is a lot of bad media surrounding Chinese slimming pills as some of the ingredients do not appear in any literature. Essentially, in some cases, the ingredients listed in the formula don't exist. Megrim Power appears to contain several known ingredients, but some of the names are slightly different than those used on product formulated in other parts of the world.
List of IngredientsIngredients:
- Sweet Potato Fiber
- Cyamoposis Gum
- Amor Phallus Konjac
- Guttiferae Plant
- Coleus Scutellarioides
- Marumi Kumquat
- Trigonella Foenum
Product FeaturesAmor phallus konjac and sweet potato fiber are the two appetite suppressants in Magrim Power. Fiber absorbs water and slows the digestive process. If a dieter consumes fiber about 30 minutes before a meal they will feel fuller and eat less, according to supplement company claims. There is one problem with using fiber as an appetite suppressant. Fiber may leave the dieter will a feeling of fullness but it will not help them make good food choices. If the dieter eats a smaller portion of high-calorie food they may still gain weight. Kola and guarana are stimulants that may contain caffeine. There is no mention of caffeine or stimulant effects in the product description. The dieter will likely feel a surge in energy, but the effect of that surge will depend on the caffeine-intake habits of the dieter. If the dieter does not drink much caffeine, the effect could be significant. If the dieter partakes in four to five cups of coffee each morning, they may not feel a change at all. Trigonella Foenum is an interesting ingredient as it is used to counteract the effects of anorexia. This ingredient makes you hungrier. This is not the effect most dieters are looking for in a weight loss supplement. When researching the ingredient list we found the product Celerite to contain nearly the same ingredient list as Magrim Power. This could mean the formula is sold under multiple names.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- May stimulate metabolism with caffeine.
- Other supplements on the market have the same ingredient list.
- At least one ingredient increases hunger.
- Not formulated in the United States.