The ViSalus Sciences team has a pretty solid name in the world of weight loss supplements, which is one of the reasons why Vi-Slim has attracted plenty of attention to date. Built around the fact that most actual human beings don’t have the time or the inclination to work out every single day, Vi-Slim is all about making a slow but sure difference by burning extra calories and maximizing energy use. It’s a case of speeding up the metabolism in order to allow the body to do what it does as well as it can possibly do it. But reputation or otherwise, there are thousands of products on the market today claiming to do the same kinds of things, though have been proven entirely ineffective.
So, the question is, will Vi-Slim add yet another notch in the belt of the brand we’ve already come to know, or is it likely to become the onion in the ointment?
There are plenty of products on the market that are said to improve the body’s metabolic rate, but most don’t actually quantify any of the promises made. In the case of Vi-Slim though it’s a bit different – it’s makers insist that even with no extra effort at all, it can help burn an extra 100 calories every day. It doesn’t sound like much, but that’s a full 36,500 calories per year, which in turn would be the equivalent of about 146 candy bars! Coupled with hard work and exercise, Vi-Slim gets to work even harder while at the same time providing the body with essential antioxidants and so much of the good stuff it needs to do its job. On the whole, it’s the kind of thing so many of us could do with to give our health a kick, but does it really work?
On the plus side of the fence, there’s nothing quite as good as a product that’s said to be able to burn extra calories without you yourself having to do anything extra at all. Reviews seem to suggest that Vi-Slim is indeed a good weight loss aid, while the exclusion of harsh stimulants makes it an altogether more approachable supplement. It’s also right in the middle in terms of affordability – $50 per bottle is neither overpriced nor a bargain, which rounds off the real pluses.
As for the other side of things, $50 per bottle suddenly becomes way too much to pay if there is no money back guarantee offered – as is the case with Vi-Slim. In addition to this, there’s little to nothing on the website with regard to clinical or scientific evidence of the effects of Vi-Slim, so it’s all a case of trusting the word of the manufacturer. And finally, there have been some unpleasant side effects reported – mainly gastrointestinal discomfort – and those with underlying heart conditions are advised to only approach Vi-Slim under the advisement of a doctor. Other than this, there’s little else to be said for the real minuses.
The ingredients in Vi-Slim were chosen for their particular qualities. You can find the list to the right.
According to the label, the supplement contains a blend of: Coleus Forskohlii, Cocoa Extract, Yerba Mate, Green Tea, Chocoamine, ForsLean, and Evodiamine.
As for whether or not you should rush out and buy Vi-Slim, it’s something of a judgment call. On one hand, there’s no reason to suspect it doesn’t work as the brand speaks for itself. However, no testing or feedback leaves us skeptical and when money back guarantees aren’t offered it’s natural to be a little disconcerted. For the amount of money that you are putting down for this supplement, you should get more peace of mind.
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