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Pai You Guo Slimming Pills

Pai You Guo Slimming Pills review

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Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
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Pai You Guo Slimming Pills are a nonprescription weight loss product that is marketed as being all natural.

The claims from the manufacturer about this supplement are that it will help a dieter by:

  • Suppressing the appetite
  • Burning fat
  • Improving overall wellbeing

That said, this is not at all a unique claim. With a very large number of products on the market making the same types of promises, it is important to research any product you are considering using in order to be certain that the claims made about them are not only truthful, but also that they will perform better than the competition.

The first step in performing this type of research is to look at the ingredients.

Pai You Guo Slimming Pills Ingredients

According to the packaging of Pai You Guo Slimming Pills, its ingredients are:

  • River giantarum rhizome powder
  • Low polysaccharide
  • Malt
  • Chitin
  • Tuckahoe meal fiber
  • Apple extract
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E
  • Vitamin B2

Though these do appear to be all-natural ingredients as claimed, none of them have been associated with weight loss in any way.

A Closer Look at the “All-Natural” Ingredients

  • River giantarum rhizome powder is a type of North American fruit. It does have certain medicinal benefits, such as easing the symptoms of a cold and assisting in decreasing the levels of phlegm in the body, but it is not linked to any of the weight loss claims associated with this product, including appetite suppression, fat burning or overall wellbeing.
  • Low polysaccharides are present in many foods but are rarely ever found in supplements and are not associated with weight loss. Malt is found in many beverages but is not connected with fat reduction.
  • Chitin is a type of substance in plants that triggers a defense mechanism but is not connected with diet support.
  • Tuckahoe meal fiber is a nutrient dense plant with a large number of minerals and fiber but is not connected with losing weight. At a stretch, a large amount of that fiber could help to promote a sense of fullness, but it has never been associated with faster or easier weight loss.
  • Apple extract does not function in the same way as apples as a whole food so those health benefits – including appetite suppression – are not present.
  • Vitamin C is an immune system antioxidant that is good for the skin. vitamin E is a skin boosting antioxidant, and vitamin B2 is an essential nutrient with some pain relief properties. None of these are connected with faster and/or easier weight loss.

Ultimately, there is no clinical evidence that proves the ingredients in Pai You Guo Slimming Pills will aid with weight reduction or provide any valuable support. In short, it does not live up to its claims.

This Slimming Pill Formula is Not the Same as Banned Pai You Guo

If the name Pai You Guo sounds familiar to you, this may be because you’ve heard of the FDA banning a Pai You Guo supplement back in 2009, due to this supplement containing two banned drugs: sibutramine and phenolphthalein. Sibutramine was found to significantly raise blood pressure and pulse rate, while phenolphthalein is a potential carcinogen.

That being said, this Pai You Guo Slimming Pills review is about a different product that contains neither of those ingredients. Still, if you are interested in taking this diet pill, it is highly recommended that you first speak with your doctor about your plans.

Update – January 2020: It seems as though Pai You Guo Slimming Pills are no longer available for purchase online. Even on non-reputable sites where it can be found, it is out of stock. Due to this fact, there is a good chance that this product has been discontinued. However, since none of the claims about this dietary supplement were ever backed by scientific evidence, its lack of existence is no great loss as there are plenty of other more reputable OTC diet pill products available that are better equipped to help support your weight loss strategies.

Cholocate Banana Special Edition review

Chocolate Banana Special Edition

Cholocate Banana Special Edition review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
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Chocolate Banana Special Edition is a type of uniquely named weight loss supplement that claims to be the “Daddy” of all slimming pills. That is far from the boldest statement that can be found on the official webpage for this product on the manufacturer’s site. It also claims to bring together the “most effective and efficient weight loss formula ever developed” and it promises that none of the ingredients that it has included within this formulation are unproven.

The three effects that Chocolate Banana Special Edition claims to have are a boost to fat burning in the body while exercising, appetite suppression, and an increased metabolic rate. Though it speaks often of “APPROVED” weight loss ingredients and that it is a highly recommended product, it never makes any reference to any reputable research that has been published regarding its formula or individual ingredients and it doesn’t name anybody – customer, weight loss expert, or even a celebrity – that has made a recommendation for the use of this product.

Though the official webpage for this product provides three different product package images, none of which provide a list of ingredients within this formula, nor does the product description, at the time of the writing of this review.

That said, the front label for the product does say that Chocolate Banana Special Edition contains schizandra berry extract and caffeine. As the official website did not cite any research studies, a search online did not produce any evidence that schizandra berry extract is appropriate for promoting weight loss. Though the substance is used for a number of different natural health purposes, including easing PMS symptoms, normalizing blood pressure, stimulating the immune system, and speeding recovery after surgery, nothing could be found to suggest that it promotes faster and easier weight loss.

Caffeine is a stimulant that is frequently found in weight loss pills sold over the counter. It is a stimulant that can help to increase energy levels and may temporarily shrink the appetite while increasing the metabolic rate. However, these effects are quite fast and must be combined with cardio exercise in order to make them measurably effective. Furthermore, large doses of caffeine are associated with a broad spectrum of different side effects, ranging from headache to jitters and from anxiety to nausea.

As fun and appealing as the name for this product may be, it is likely a better idea to choose a diet pill that is more forthcoming about what it contains and whether or not it is actually scientifically proven to be effective for losing weight.