Decaslim Review – Scam Warning!
Decaslim is another diet pill based on “10 super foods” and is said to aid acne cure, weight loss and tone lean muscle. Like other “Super foods” based diet pills – Orovo, Liptovox, Lipovox – Decaslim pills were manufactured after a Great person’s great story of super fast weight loss.
The Decaslim Story:
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Back to The Decaslim Story:
A person suddenly starts taking the 10 super foods, he loses enormous amount of weight and his acne vanish. Then that person finds the foods very costly and so he asks Nutraceautical companies to supply the extracts of the super foods (changes some of them) and then experiments on his family and friends. Everyone, except one of his friends experience tremendous weight loss. Do you believe this? How do all of them (Orovo, Liptovox, Lipovox and Decaslim) have the similar hypothetical stories behind them. Are the manufacturers same? We do not know, but some websites say so.
Lose Belly Fat and Acne in 7 Days or You Don’t Pay a Penny – This is what their website says. But Does Decaslim really work?
Let’s make Belly Fat thing clear, experts say you can never lose weight in part by part manner. When you lose weight you will lose fat stored everywhere, not only belly fat. Melting belly fat takes lot of time with any genuine diet pill on the market. Analyzing the super-food ingredients would makes things more clear.
These are the 10 super-foods which are put into a proprietary blend and so the proportions of each can never be known till they disclose it. (They will never do that!) Actually there are 12 ingredients listed on their site. The main ingredients are
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) from Safflower Oil – a fat blocker- clinical studies show that one has to take more than 3000mg of it to see real weight loss. But these pills definitely do not have this much in the suggested daily intake (2 pills) as the proprietary blend has 11 more ingredients in it.
- Fibre -which forms a soft gel in the stomach; creating a feeling of fullness to help promote weight loss
- Green Tea – Proven weight loss aid but has caffeine. Proportion is not known so can not say whether it can aid weight loss or not.
Other ingredients are Broccoli, Nuts, Blueberries, and Red Wine Extract, Spinach, FlaxSeed, Tomato, Garlic, Grapes.
The bottomline: Too many ingredients have definitely spoiled the pill’s effectiveness as a weight loss aid, though it can have positive effects on health. Proportions of each ingredient are not known, but daily dosage is not enough to aid weight loss for sure.
Decaslim User Feedback and reviews
There are only few user reviews available online. Most of the Decaslim user feedbacks online are cooked up by sellers of the diet supplement. (You can easily find that they are fake)
If you go to e-bay, you will find a person praising Dacaslim like anything, saying it made her/him lose Huge Weight (So do the other pills recommended by the person). If you see all the comments(guides) written by that person, you would be surprised to see him/her recommending more than 5 diet pills each of which is THE BEST DIET PILL ON EARTH and helps him/her to lose 15-20lbs in a month. This person is selling these pills and making some $$$ by misguiding in e-bay guides.
I have read a few user reviews saying Decaslim made them to gain weight instead of losing! Side effects: The ingredients can have positive effects on health though can not aid weight loss as they claim. It gives life-time money back guarantee; we do not know what does this mean when there are no terms and conditions on their site. Why don’t we recommend Decaslim?
- No clinical studies have been conducted on Decaslim – so no proof that it works
- Same old Super-Foods story based
- No real user feedback
- Proportion of each ingredient is not disclosed