Let's face it, most of us have a few extra pounds, and that is if we are still on the good side of the bathroom scale. Most people nowadays are either overweight or downright obese. Also, most people would like to lose the extra luggage they carry around. There are many ways to do this, some common and tried, some new and, supposedly, groundbreaking. Among the relatively new methods of losing weight is use of weight loss supplements. These can be costly, but, according to their manufacturer, work miracles and make you thin as a branch within weeks. One of these is quick trim.
It is a popular dietary supplement used for purpose of rapid weight loss. It also has some popular promoters, well known public figures – so what they advertise should be true, right? Well, before you decide to part with some cash, you might want to know more, that is, you want to know if it will work. Let us see what Quick Trim has tooffer.
Basically,it is a mix of four weight loss products who that supposedly suppressing appetite, burning fat, and contain antioxidant properties. Its manufacturers claim that these decrease amount of cellulite and work as a spot treatment for weight loss. Its ingredients are, depending on the product form the range, aloe vera gel, chicory root fiber, lemon juice concentrate, cocoa extract, false unicorn root, acai berry extract, hyssop, green tea leaf extract and other supplements. These products do not replace meals but are used between meals, and you are not supposed to make any change in your dietary habits.
It works because...
Asthe manufacturers of Quick Trim say, because its properties will make you loose 8000 excess calories monthly and you do not need to do anything to help it as long as you consume the product regularly. It works by accelerating metabolism and acting as a fat burner. Numerous antioxidants reduce level of sugar in the blood and help to cleanse toxins and impurities from your body. These claims will make it popular with people who definitely want to loose some weight. No pain and all gain. But, again is it worth the money?
Doesit really work?
Thisgoes not only for Quick Trim, it goes for all quick weight fixes out there, but, since we are discussing Quick Trim, we will focus on it. Firstly, it has no USFDA approval, so one might wander about its actual reliability. Quick Trim also contains a large amount of caffeine, which causes all kinds of insulin - related issues and can, unrelated to this, cause side effects such as constipation, loss of appetite and nausea. Some ingredients that are supposedly helping weight loss are not clinically proven to be such. Are there any benefits of consuming Quick Trim? Well, there are known healthy ingredients in it, right? Yes, but these ingredients can be readily found in many foods that are already present in your diet, or may be added to it with less money than it's needed to use them in a supplementary form such as Quick Trim. Indeed, if you can have something in a regular diet, why would you spend extra money to use it as a supplement? Unfortunately, there are no shortcuts to weight loss and if you really want to get trimmed, you will have to switch to a well-balanced diet and some exercising.