It’s the dream supplement a ton of us would just love to have easy access to – an herbal preparation that actually prevents the body from absorbing too much fat and thus leads to weight loss. According to VitoPharma, that’s precisely what’s on the card with VitoSlim – a supplement they’ve even gone so far as to proclaim the “Best Herbal Slimming Pill” there is. Strong words and there’s some strong arguments to back such calls, but in a market that’s already overcrowded with these kinds of things, promises aren’t enough.
So, the question is, will VitoSlim live up to the promises made by the brand behind it, or is it just another repackaged and renamed version of something we already have that does little to no good?
VitoSlim is marketed as a supplement that does the whole job. Not only does it prevent the absorption of fat, but it also suppresses the appetite in the first place and gives the metabolism a wake-up call. In addition to this, it’s even said to be a good tool to use when trying to keep cholesterol in order. The mild laxative properties of VitoSlim mean that it prevents constipation and helps maintain a healthy colon, while the vitamins it contains keep the body running as it should and the immune system strong. So really it looks like the only supplement you’ll ever need, which at $40 for a supply for 20 days isn’t too big of a price to pay. That is, of course, if it works – so does it?
Those in the corner of VitoSlim speak with glowing praise about its effects. Pretty much all of the above examples are covered to one extent or another – perhaps not all benefits are felt by a single user, but across the board VitoSlim does as it promises. What’s more, there’s little to no evidence of any serious side effects presenting themselves. VitoSlim is safe to use while pregnant and there’s even a 90 day money back guarantee, which is a rare bonus. Last but not least, the fact that VitoSlim does not contain any stimulants tops off the real pluses.
Ask the critics on the other hand and they’re more likely to tell you that VitoSlim does none of the above. They argue that despite all of the show-boating and feedback in the works, the fact that VitoSlim hasn’t itself been put through any specific testing for which evidence is present is its biggest downfall. What’s more, others insist it really is nothing more than a combined mild laxative and standard vitamin supplement anyway, which in turn makes it a hugely expensive alternative choice. The fact that ingredient quantities are not divulged rounds off the real minuses.
There’s a full disclosure of ingredients on the VitoSlim website, but the four main active ingredients are Emblica Officinalis, Garcinia Cambogia, Commiphora Mukul, and Terminalia Chebula. These are of course all natural and so the chances of suffering any adverse reactions is low to say the least, but just to be sure you might want to speak to your doctor before you get started in the first place…just in case.
Ingredients: Emblica Officinalis, Garcinia Cambogia, Commiphora Mukul, and Terminalia Chebula.
We’re told that VitoSlim has been tested and endorsed by so many professionals, even doctors, so on the surface it seems like the product to end all products. On the other hand, there isn’t actually any evidence presented to back these calls. It’s a case of trusting simple promises with no backing. That being said, there is at least a money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied. However, the fact remains that most of the reviews are not positive. It seems to just be a mild laxative combined with a vitamin supplement. That makes this product too expensive for what it truly is.
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