SafSlim is the much publicised supplement for reducing belly fat that utilises a clinically proven patent-pending formula. It is available in three flavours and a regular sight in GNC branches across the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand,
Based on Sufflower oil (the SAFActive78 proprietary blend), can it live up to expectation or will it ultimately disappoint as a majority of the heavily hyped diet products emanating from the US appear to be doing lately.
What is Safslim
The whipped creamy texture of SafSLim contains Berry Cream Fusion, Tangerine Cream Fusion and Pina Colada Cream Fusion. and also comes with an instructional booklet.
It gives the user complete direction of usage and also suggests that they combine their SafSlim intake with regular diet and exercise to get the best of results. Well, nothing new there since every diet pill manufacturer says the same thing.
One thing they keep forgetting is that if we had been careful with our diet and worked out every day would be need the help of such products?
SafSlim contains CLA or conjugated linoleic acid supplement along with vegetable juice which is said to reduce stored fat and increase lean muscle mass.
The key ingredient is safflower oil, which is said to reduce belly fat and also control blood glucose levels. It is thus said to be a boon for post-menopausal women, especially those who are diabetic as well as obese. Sounds great so far but where is the clinical data to support this theory?
Though manufacturers claim that they have conducted clinical trials unfortunately they are all done on athletes not on the average user who are ultimately their customers. Needless to say athletes and sportsmen have a different body structures, different diet disciplines, go through rigorous workouts and manage their weight differently.
What works for them will never work for the common man or the regular dieter. There is no proof of appetite suppressants or fat burners in the pill and no clinically backed data to show how the mid-section fat can be reduced with this pill intake.
Whats In It – Ingredients
- SAFActive 78 High-Linoleic Safflower Oil
- Vegetable Juice
- Gum Arabic
- Citric Acid
- Guar Gum
- Xantham Gum
- Sorbic Acid
- Palmitic Acid
- Vitamin E
- Stearic Acid
- Linoleic Acid.
- Oleic Acid
Despite great marketing campaigns consumer feedback about the product hasn’t been very encouraging. A simple Internet search reveals that there are a lot of disgruntled users out there. And you will frequently come across comments like –
None of claims made by SafSlim makers have been evaluated or vetted by the FDA.
Many users have reported severe indigestion and heartburn within a week of SafSlim ingestion.Some have even reported rapid development of gout
But the most common complaint that you will come across is that it just doesn’t work.
Is Safslim Recommended
Very hard to recommend – even if it is stocked in the likes of GNC
Where To Buy SafSlim In Australia
GNC would be a good place to start
Alternative Diet Products
One of the most popular fat burners open to Australian dieters is Capsiplex. A natural formula that utilizes the power of red hot chili.
Capsiplex is non prescription and has been a top seller in the USA, the UK, Canada amd most of Europe.