QuickSlim-30 Review - Does This Detox and Energy Booster Work? Are side effects and minimal results deal breakers?
No joke – over 50% of diet products simply don’t work. So what about QuickSlim-30? Well, we at DietSpotlight did one of our in-depth reviews, examining the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer-service quality. Then we focused on all sorts of user comments and remarks that are posted online. At this point, we summarized and compressed everything to give you the facts you need.
What is QuickSlim-30?
First of all, QuickSlim-30 ingredients are aloe vera, fo-ti, goji berries, reishi mushroom, spirulina, fructus mori, alisma, grape seed, green tea, sweet tea vine, hawthorn berries and lotus leaf. This over-the-counter supplement is claimed to flush out waste and toxins, boost energy levels, increase metabolism and circulation, elevate mood and help you drop two pounds per week. You simply take one capsule each morning before breakfast (with eight ounces of water). No special diet or exercise is mentioned.
It’s unclear when QuickSlim-30 pills were first released into the diet market. However, we did notice that the company behind this weight-loss product is Gold Vitamins (Gold Vision Inc.). You can purchase this formula conveniently online. There are even some before and after photos presented on the main website. Also, it contains various natural herbs, but read on…
Side Effects – “Concerned Yet?”
One issue we have is with QuickSlim-30 side effects. “After reading some customer feedback, it’s clear that this weight-loss supplement can lead to unwanted adverse reactions such as nausea, upset stomach, jitters, headache, fast heartbeat, sleeplessness and intestinal issues,” reported our Research Editor.
One user posted, “QuickSlim-30 makes me very nauseated and causes abdominal discomfort. No thanks.”
Then again, not all customers mentioned side effects. One person stated, “QuickSlim-30 does reduce my appetite. I snack less when taking this stuff.”
Another commented, “On the fence still. Been taking this supplement for about two weeks. Have not seen much results yet.”
Minimal Results – “Waste of Money?”
Another concern we have is with minimal weight-loss results. For instance, one customer said, “Not seeing any actual effects from QuickSlim-30 pills. Maybe this product just doesn’t work for me.”
However, a different user said this, “Not bad results from QuickSlim-30. I do have some minor side effects though.”
“This product makes me use the bathroom more. Not sure if that’s what it’s supposed to do. I will give it some time and see what happens,” mentioned another.
Our research has revealed if there is some particular part of a weight-loss supplement or diet program that is especially troublesome (side effects, minimal results, high price) the probability of long-term success is low. So, if QuickSlim-30 does in fact cause adverse reactions in a lot of people, this could be a serious problem.
The Science – “Any?”
At DietSpotlight, we need to see some actual science that backs up the diet product we’re reviewing. As for QuickSlim-30, this formula does contain some green tea, which may help boost metabolism. However, the actual amount used is not disclosed. Therefore, it could be quite minimal. Unfortunately, there are no clinical studies presented to support this weight-loss supplement.
The Bottom Line – Does QuickSlim-30 Work?
Okay, now the moment you’ve been waiting for. This is our bottom line on QuickSlim-30. To start, we like that this diet product contains herbal ingredients. It’s also nice to see that this weight-loss formula can be used anywhere. But we have some concerns about this supplement because it’s not backed by any actual science. Furthermore, we’re leery of the side effects it can cause.
If you’d really like to get started shedding some pounds, then we advise you to go with a diet product that does not cause any harmful effects, contains clinically tested ingredients for weight-loss and gives you plenty of bang for your buck.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. Its formula is a proprietary blend of four key ingredients, which have been shown in published clinical research to help accelerate fat loss and kick-start metabolism. You should also know that we can’t find any negative user reviews, and the comments we found online indicate people are seeing great results. Plus, you don’t have to worry about harmful side effects.
The makers of Leptigen are so certain of their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a good sign.
Previous QuickSlim-30 Review (Updated May 7, 2010):
What You Should KnowMost people want to lose weight quickly and safely without compromising their health. The producers of QuickSlim-30, which is a division of Gold Vitamins, tout their capsules as a safe and healthy way to do just that. Gold Vitamin’s parent company, USA Gold Vision Inc. was established in California in 2001 and is a company that sells several different types of vitamins and supplements. The QuickSlim website explains that their capsules are a combination of twelve herbs, meant to balance your body thereby facilitating weight loss. QuickSlim-30 claims their capsules counterbalance overeating and weight gain caused by stress, low energy and poor digestion. Thirty capsules of QuickSlim-30 sell for $69.99 and their diet patch, which can be worn 24-hours a day and is reportedly made from all natural ingredients, retails for $55.95 for 30. QuickSlim-30 is a weight loss pill geared towards women that is to be taken once a day, before breakfast, and with a full glass of water. There are testimonials on the website, along with before and after photographs, but no clinical data is provided to back up QuickSlim-30’s claims as to their diet pill’s efficacy. Bottom of Form
List of IngredientsA full list of ingredients is not available on the QuickSlim website, however they do list the twelve herbs found in QuickSlim-30 as alisma, aloe vera, fo-ti, fructus mori, Goji berries, grape seed extract, green tea, Hawthorn berries, Lotus leaf, Reishi mushrooms, Reishi mushrooms, spirulina (blue-green algae), and Sweet Tea vine. The alisma is said to be a diuretic while the aloe vera is meant to aid in cleansing the body and alleviating constipation. Fo-ti and the green tea also aid in digestion and detoxification, as well as increasing vitality and reducing cholesterol, respectively. The fructus mori, Goji berries and Reishi mushrooms are thought to increase energy, while the grape seed extract works as an anti-inflammatory while adding strength to blood vessels. Hawthorn berries are used to strengthen the heart and the lotus leaf improves urination. The spirulina is thought to be a supplement of protein and vitamins not delivered through the diet, as well as an enhancement to mood and energy. The Sweet Tea vine is used to increase metabolism and detoxify. QuickSilver-30 does not recommend their product for people who are pregnant, nursing, under 18, or taking any other medications.
Product FeaturesQuickSlim-30 promises to help with fat reduction, increased metabolism and detoxification via their healthy, herbal pill or all-natural patch. According to QuickSlim-30 the rate of weight loss using their product is approximately two pounds a week or eight pounds a month. Unfortunately, QuickSlim does not provide any data to corroborate these claims. In addition the full list of ingredients for their pill is not provided on the QuickSlim-30 official website.
- QuickSlim-30 is easy to use and can be ordered directly of their website.
- The QuickSlim website provides customer testimonials and before and after photographs.
- Several of the listed ingredients in the pill are natural.
- QuickSlim-30 does not provide any data or proof to substantiate their claims.
- The pill does not come with a money-back guarantee.
- QuickSlim-30 does not appear to be safe for everyone to use.