Slimstyles Review - Does This Meal Replacement Work? Are taste and hunger deal breakers?
In my never-ending search to discover the best diet product, this week I reviewed Slimstyles. We took a good look at the side effects, ingredients, clinical research, and customer service. Then we read through more than a hundred reviews. All that information is condensed for you here, to give you the bottom line.
What is Slimstyles?
First off, this is a meal replacement drink, but it also comes in capsules. Slimstyles ingredients include vitamin A, vitamin C, Vitamin D, vitamin E, riboflavin, thiamine, niacin, vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin B12, biotin, pantothenic acid, calcium, iron, and phosphorus. There is some evidence that connects this method, though not necessarily this specific formula, to increased weight-loss.
Slimstyles is made by Natural Factors Nutritional Products. The company has ties all the way back to the 1950s. You can buy their products online and in some retailers. We like the company longevity and the variety, but read on…
Taste – “Yuck!”
Our first concern is the taste of Slimstyles ingredients. “This is a meal replacement, so it has to be something you look forward to every day,” says our Research Editor. “There could be a problem with this formula.”
”I did not really like this product. Has a strange taste and after-taste,” shared one unhappy customer.
”Nasty taste,” said another.
Others thought it tasted great.
“I have tried the French vanilla and is good but this double chocolate is like a dessert in itself and it helps me not to overeat like I always do,” one review said.
Hungry – “Meal Replacement or Snack?”
Our next concern is that for a meal replacement shake, many dieters reported feeling hungry, which could be a problem. If you feel like eating between meals, you’re less likely to stick to the program.
”I have 10 pounds to loose and didn’t. I included exercising and I was hungry all the time,” said one dieter.
”I felt like I was hungry all the time,” shared one user.
Others, however, found the shakes to be very filling.
“I tried this product (and other flavors) for a couple of months. As a meal replacement shake, it definitely does it’s job and keeps you full,” one person offered.
“It really works to help suppress your cravings,” said one.
One thing we’ve learned over the years is that all it takes is one little thing, like bad taste or feeling hungry, to send dieters in search of a better quality product. If Slimstyles wanted to keep customers, they’d take these user complaints into consideration.
The Science – “Does Research Support It?”
We are thrilled to say there is proof that meal replacements and protein can help with weight-loss. What’s missing with Slimstyles is that there’s nothing saying it is better than others you can find on the shelves of your local superstore. At DietSpotlight, we want to see science before we can recommend any product, but we also want to know our readers are getting a good deal.
The Bottom Line – Does Slimstyles Work?
Is it time to clear the shelves of Slimstyles? No. There are many other meal replacement products out there that may taste better and do a better job of filling you up. That’s the dilemma and the reason we have concerns about suggesting it.
If you want to shed those extra pounds, why not try using a weight-loss supplement that contains clinically tested ingredients known to help support your goals? To get even better results, use it with diet and exercise.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. We love it because we couldn’t find any negative comments or suggestions of harmful side effects, which tells us people are getting great results. It’s made with a unique blend of clinically tested ingredients designed to help support your weight-loss goals. With this one you won’t have to worry about taste or hunger.
Plus, anyone who is interested can take advantage of a Special Trial Offer, direct from the manufacturer. This is always something we like to see.