QuickTrim Extreme Burn Weight Management Formula offers the following things:
- Burns 3x more calories.
- Helps Increase Metabolism.
- Helps Decrease Cravings.
The Medicinal Ingredients for the product are as follows:
Vitamin C - 524mcg
Chromium - 400 mcg
Ashawagandha Root and Leaf Extract - 4mg
Banaba Leaf Extract - 4mg
Black Pepper Fruit 50:1 Extract - 8mg
Cacao Fruit - 12mg
CAFFEINE - 400mg
CAYENNE Fruit Extract - 48mg
Clary Sage Leaf Extract - 4mg
Cinnamon Bark 10:1 Extract - 4mg
GREEN TEA Leaves Extract - 400mg
Gymnema Sylvestre Leaf Extract - 4mg
L-Tyrosine 1mg - 4mg
Reversatol (Red Grapes) - 10mg
WHITE WILLOW BARK Extract - 4mg
Non-Medicinal ingredients are as follows:
Natural Acai Flavour, Calcium Carbonate, Dicalcium Phosphate, FD&C;Blue #2 Lake, FD&C;Red #40 Lake, Filmcoat, Guar Gum, Magnesium Stearate, Mica, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Natural Blackberry Flavour, Natural Blueberry Flavour, Natural Maqui Flavour, Polysorbate 80, Raspberry Ketones, Silica, Stearic Acide, Titanium Dioxide.
Normally when I do a review of something, I don't add quite as many details as I did to this one, but because it is a "diet pill", and does contain some of the newer fad weight loss ingredients, I thought that it was important to share. Most diet pills/weight loss formulas are created equal, despite flashy, loud claims to the contrary, and to anyone who is new to the world of weight loss supplements and diet pills, really what the pills come down to are caffeine supplements more than anything. It may not be written in that clearly, but the new fad ingredients such as Green Tea Extract and Acai are little more than natural names for different forms of caffeine.
I found that even with changing my diet and adding in daily exercises, the results were the same both with, and without the QuickTrim. I went for a month using the QuickTrim with diet and exercise and lost 10 lbs. I went for a month with just simply diet and exercise, and lost 9 lbs, so the difference was so minimal that it really wasn't worth the $30 I paid for the pills. Also, that one pound difference could have been due to water intake, or a menstrual cycle. The only thing that I found even remotely helpful about this supplement was that when I took it first thing in the morning, I got a little bit of a boost to start the day, but that boost could have been equally provided by a cup or two of coffee.
The negatives to the pill were frightening to me at times. I had a rapid heart beat, to the point of feeling like I was having a panic attack, so if you have an anxiety disorder of any kind, stay away from these things. I experienced some dizziness/light-headedness, heartburn, and bowel upset while taking the supplement. All of those, in my mind, would be filed under "unpleasant at best", so I really don't recommend using QuickTrim, or any of the other caffeine-based weight management/weight loss pills.
Also, the $30 cost of the pills is only a one month supply, so if you plan on taking these for a long period of time to maintain whatever minimal amount of weight loss you think you're getting from them, be prepared to add it into your monthly budget. They're just not worth the money, or the side effects, and I'm no doctor, but I can imagine the stress that these things put on your heart in the long-term probably will have detrimental effects. If you really want to lose weight, accept that it takes time. There is no magic pill. Diet and exercise really are the best ways to go about reaching your goal, you just have to be patient.
Thanks for reading my review!
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