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HUM Flatter Me

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HUM Flatter Me ReviewHUM Flatter Me is a dietary supplement designed to support a flatter stomach and healthy digestion. It supposedly contains 18 full spectrum enzymes to help shrink down your tummy and improve your digestion.

The idea behind this diet pill is to give your body a boost of enzymes that it may be lacking. The theory is that the amount of enzymes our bodies naturally make to improve digestion and breakdown foods can decrease with stress and age, which can lead to digestive imbalances. These imbalances may lead to issues such as gas, bloating and fullness, depending on the foods we eat.

With that in mind, the HUM Flatter Me formula included the following ingredients at the writing of this review: Protease 3.0, Protease 4.5, Protease 6.0, Neutral Bacterial Protease, Papain, Lipase, Amylase, Hemicellulase, Beta-Glucanase, Phytase, Lactase, Ginger, Fennel Seed, Peppermint (leaf), Bromelain.

The recommended dose is to take 1 capsule, 2 times a day with food.

According to the science behind HUM Flatter Me, the manufacturer, HUM Nutrition, said on the official product page (when this review was created): “Research shows that broad spectrum enzymes can help breakdown lactose, proteins, carbohydrates, fibers and fats to help improve digestion.”

For instance, the manufacture cites studies that link digestive enzymes with a variety of health benefits, including one double-blind trial carried out by the University of Michigan Health Center, which found that a form of pancreatic enzymes significantly reduced bloating, gas and fullness after the consumption of a high-fat meal.

That being said, beyond mentioning a few studies related to peppermint and fennel, HUM Nutrition did not provide other studies specific to the enzymes in its formula. Nor is there any solid evidence that proves taking their product will help with digestion or help you achieve a flatter stomach.

Moreover, do keep in mind that HUM Flatter Me isn’t truly a weight management aid, nor has the manufacturer claimed that it is. The point being, even if it does help with bloating and manages to give you a flatter belly for a time, this is not a fat loss solution.

If you are looking for support to help you in your weight loss efforts, the are other over-the-counter diet pill products that are likely to be of greater benefit to you.

Be that as it may, if you should decide to give HUM Flatter Me at try, it’s always in your best interest to speak with your healthcare provider before you do.

SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin review

SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin

SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin review

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SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin is a weight loss supplement that is available without a prescription and can be purchased online at several different retailers as well as its own official website. The supplement is designed to provide users with a burst of energy as well as to improve their overall mood in order to support efforts to lose weight.

It should be noted that this brand also offers network selling (MLM) opportunities so it may be seen as an opportunity to sell and earn an income as well as a diet pill that has the potential to assist with weight loss.

According to the list available on the official website at the time of the writing of this review, the active ingredients that make up this formulation include: caffeine, synephrine, ginseng, guarana extract, phenylethylamine, glucuronolactone, cayenne, taurine, GABA, salix alba, coleus, inositol, acai berry and ginger.

It is important to recognize that there are a large number of stimulants within this formula, they are all located at the start of this list (meaning that they are the ones included in the largest quantities) and they include combinations that are not necessarily safe for all users. This is particularly true of caffeine and synephrine. Moreover, there is also caffeine in guarana extract, which means that there are several sources of that stimulant to combine with synephrine. The FDA has cautioned dieters against using those two substance together due to the increase they cause in the risk of heart attack and stroke.

While it is true that stimulants boost the metabolism, they may decrease the appetite and they certainly increase energy levels, when using them in large amounts and in these types of combinations, many dieters experience side effects that can range from quite mild and temporary to strong and uncomfortable or even dangerous. Every serving of this product contains 100 mg of caffeine in total. That is about equal to a full cup of coffee if it were consumed all at once.

As a result of that, it is unlikely that the majority of doctors would recommend a pill such as SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin.

When looking at the ingredient list it is also notable that this formula includes acai berry among the substances. Though this may have been used simply because it provides a boost in antioxidants to the user, many dieters have outright rejected any diet pills that include acai berry simply because of the number of scams that have been associated with that substance within the nonprescription weight loss market.

Fat Blaster review

Fat Blaster

Fat Blaster review

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Fat Blaster is a nonprescription pill product that is designed to help dieters to lose weight more effectively than they can do alone, with only exercise and dieting changes. The claims on the official website for the product are that it will help the body to burn fat more quickly, while reducing the feeling of hunger. It also claims that its brand has won the Best OTC health product award from the Australian Journal of Pharmacy Awards, though it is unclear whether it is the brand or the current formulation of this product that have received the award.

It is important to note that the current formulation may not have been the one to have won the award, even if it was the pill and not the brand that received it, as the ingredients that are found within this formulation have been changed over the years, as observed directly through this reviewer, and through other websites that have tested or reviewed Fat Blaster which have similar but different ingredients listed.

At the time that this review was written, the ingredients were being listed on the official website as the following: guarana, bitter orange peel extract, ginger, panax (Korean) ginseng, green tea leaf extract, psyllium husk powder, chromium picolinate, potassium iodide, vitamins B1, B2, B6, and B12.

It is important to point out that there are at least four ingredients in Fat Blaster that are known to be stimulants, and that two of them are considered to be quite powerful. While this can be helpful for some dieters for a temporary acceleration of the metabolism (and, therefore, fat burning), it also places dieters at risk of certain side effects. Many dieters that take pills containing guarana and bitter orange peel extract will feel symptoms such as increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, shakes, nervousness and anxiety, jitters, sleep struggles, and others.

Bitter orange peel contains synephrine, which is a substance against which the FDA has issued a warning to consumers who use diet pills. The reason is that this ingredient can actually be dangerous for certain dieters and it has been known to produce severe side effects in some users.

It is very important to speak with a licensed doctor before using this product, as it is not appropriate for everyone. This can help to make sure that it will not only live up to its claims, but also that it won’t conflict with any health conditions or medications (prescription, over the counter, or supplements) that are being taken.