AccuSLIM claims to be another metabolism weight loss supplement that allegedly reduces cravings for sugar and carbohydrates? AccuSlim recommeds dieters take up to 3 AccuSlim pills with an unbelievable TEN 8 oz. glasses of water daily! AccuSlim is meant to be used with low calorie dieting plus regular exercise for average weight loss of no more than one to two pounds per week.
AccuSLIM contains very ordinary over the counter weight loss ingredients including Chromium, Vanadium, Advantra Z (which is a stimulant, citrus aurantium and synephrine alkaloid), Ginseng, Green Tea, Rhodiola Rosea and Garnina Cambogia (hydroxycitric acid.) AccuSLIM provides consumers with three products: The Carb Blocker, Fat Blocker and Fat Burning formulations. However, as the amount of each ingredient contained in AccuSlim is not revealed, the effectiveness and likelyhood of having a large enough concentration of any one ingredient to lose real weight is questionable.
Clearly there are even more effective ingredients vs. AccuSlim’s common ingredient formulation. AccuSLIM does not provide a free trial offer and thus dieters may not know if they can abide by the 10 eight ounces glasses of water daily coupled with calorie restricted diets and exercise in their typically busy lives. As a concern to us, the AccuSLIM manufacturer is not disclosed, and thus consumers cannot research same. Exact amount of each ingredient contained is not revealed. Some of AccuSlim’s ingredients are not even documented to provide any weight loss. AccuSlim’s Citrus Aurantium is not a proven, safe or effective substitute for Ephedra, contrary to what is published on AccuSLIM’s website. Citrus Aurantium is a stimulate and may elevate blood pressure and is not advised for long term use. AccuSlim contains of ingredients that with known side effects that can include anxiety, heart attack, stroke, or insomnia. As most consumers with a calorie resticted diet and exercise can achieve weight loss of one to two pounds on their own, why they need AccuSlim?