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Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules. Reviews

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Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules.

Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules.

  • Diet Pills. Slimula is a proprietary blend that delivers real results without any side effects – No upset stomaches, no diarrhea.
  • Slimula empowered by modern biotechnology and dedicated scientific research.
  • Slimula controls appetite, increases energy, and burns calories, now even faster!
  • Provides a completely smooth weight loss process that helps you maintain your impulse. Safe and effective.

SlimulaTM Diet Supplement:
Shedding off the excess bulk has become an uphill task but with SlimulaTM diet supplement all this is going to change to the better.

SlimulaTM Diet Supplement is a long lasting maximum strength diet aid that works by Reducing and suppressing your appetite to enable you shed the extra pounds with minimum hustle. Unlike other weight loss supplements available on the market, SlimulaTM diet supplement acts fast and has a long lasting effect.

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3 Responses to “Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules. Reviews”
  1. Janice Edwards says:
    37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works well, some side effects, February 11, 2012
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    Janice Edwards
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    This review is from: Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules. (Health and Beauty)

    My girlfriend and I split a bottle of these and we did see some results. We also exercise 3 to 4 times per week and eat pretty healthy for the most part. The only change in our routine were these pills which only lasted a couple weeks (If taking alone and using as directed, they will last you longer of course). I noticed more than anything else a burst in energy early in the day, my friend not so much. Both of us did feel side effects, similar to one would feel when taking too much caffeine, not the worse feeling in the world but one I can definitely do without.

    Even though I probably didn’t give them enough time to fully take effect, I probably still wouldn’t purchase these again.

    Price is one issue, cost definitely would add up over time, although taking these long term is probably not a good idea anyways. Probably the closest thing I can use to compare to these pills (and really any fat burning pill for that matter) is bitter orange extract, 10 Grams (0.35 Oz) Synephrine HCL 99% (Bitter Orange Extract) (Citrus Aurantium Extract) Bulk Powder. A group of personal trainers at our gym turned us on to it right when we started working out, I lost 15 pounds in 2 month and my friend lost over twenty in the same amount of time. No side effects, less expensive, and it still gives a noticeable boost in energy and metabolism. It works without making you sick is what I’m trying to say, I guess.

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  2. G. Mensah "Bargain shopper" says:
    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    hmmm, July 23, 2012
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    G. Mensah “Bargain shopper” (Illinois) –
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    This review is from: Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules. (Health and Beauty)

    Ok started taking it today, a little headache but not unbearable.I feel very energetic and I’ll keep you posted in a month.I’m looking to lose about 20 pounds in 3 months.A friend lost about 40 pounds with this in a period of six months.Keeping my fingers crossed.

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  3. Joe R says:
    58 of 88 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Pure crap, fake reviewers, etc, January 11, 2012
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    Joe R

    This review is from: Diet Pills, Slimula Lose up to 20 Pounds in Just 4 Weeks!!! 60 Dietary Supplement, Slimming Capsules. (Health and Beauty)

    This stuff is PURE CRAP, like all other diet pills. It will make you sick, you’ll have no results, and you’ll be poorer from buying this snake oil. AVOID. The company posts fake reviews of its products all over Amazon. It’s so stupid, look how many reviews are coming in and look at their content. None of them are verified orders. People aren’t even this unanimous about stuff that DOES WORK.

    Alright, in an effort to make this review more helpful, I’m going to do a full review of Slimula’s advertised ingredients. Hopefully this will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that this terrible product is just a scam.

    From their website, Slimula contains the following:
    “Slimula Blend: 604mg”
    -The reason for listing this as a blend was probably done intentionally. Next, they will list all of the ingredients within the ‘Slimula Blend’, but they avoid saying how much of each ingredient comprises the 604mg total. This obviously is of huge importance. Say they had an ingredient listed that really, really helped burn fat (but maybe it’s an expensive ingredient or something). If there’s only 1mg of the stuff in the Slimula Blend, it won’t do anything for you, but you’ll think “it contains _____!” and be thrilled.

    1. Caffeine:
    Common ingredient in diet pills. Caffeine actually does increase your metabolism, but you could have had a cup of coffee instead. And of course, we don’t even know much caffeine is in the blend. It could be lesser than, greater than, or equal to what’s in a cup of coffee but odds are this Slimula blend contains very little of each ingredient that actually works and contains mostly filler crap designed to save money and sell pills.

    2. Hoodia Gordonii
    There is no published scientific evidence that hoodia works as an appetite suppressant in humans. I don’t think I can post links here so check it out yourself. The same principle applies here somewhat in that even if there were some promising studies showing that Hoodia suppresses the appetite to some degree in humans, the dosage is unknown here.

    3. Salix alba (White Willow Extract)
    This is commonly used to relieve aches and pains and reduce fevers. No evidence that it is effective for weight loss either.

    4. Bitter orange (Citrus aurantium extract)
    Again, no evidence it actually promotes weight loss and there are some potential serious side effects and drug interactions with this one. It may increase heart rate and blood pressure but has been linked to strokes, angina, and other serious problems.

    5. Yohimbine
    Again, very little reliable evidence that it promotes fat loss. In addition, the ‘range between an effective dose and a dangerous dose is very narrow’. This makes Slimula’s lack of transparency even more troubling. Very dangerous possible adverse effects, and considering the fact that we don’t even know the dosage, a pretty big gamble to make on your health.

    6. Evodia extract
    No evidence for this one either. Apparently ‘raised body temperature’ in a rat study, but the change was not significant. Pretty sure you could raise the body temperature of a rat just by feeding it a warm grain of salt. Increased body temperature could benefit weight loss (especially water weight), so that was probably their angle here.

    7. Senna extract
    Of course we don’t know the quantity for this ingredient either, so it may or may not be dangerous. Senna can decrease your appetite and acts as a laxative as well. This is a dangerous combination and can lead to persistent diarrhea, dehydration, and so on. Of course there may be 1mg of Senna here as well and the dosage is important. However, with many of the negative reviews on this product reporting nausea and bad side effects, some of these ingredients may really be there in dangerous quantities.

    8. Alpha Lipoic Acid
    Not a dangerous ingredient (ALA is good), but because we don’t know the dosage we don’t know it’s beneficial at all. ALA possibly helps the body metabolize carbohydrates and therefore can aide in weight loss in some way. Just off the top of my head it would seem that any effective dose of ALA would probably be expensive to include in an otherwise useless product, so the dosage here is probably tiny.

    So there you have it! 600+ mg of unknown quantities of mostly useless and possibly dangerous ingredients. Ridiculous that a company is even allowed to produce such a product and sell it for human consumption. Not only are you spending money on a useless product, but you possibly will make yourself very sick for at least one day and I bet you won’t be able to get your money back.

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