February 22, 2018

Stimulife 750 diet supplement review, by Stimulife International


Stimulife 750 diet supplement review

ACTION: Suppresses appetite.

SOLD AS: Caplets.

INGREDIENTS: Magnesium (magnesium oxide), 11 mg; zinc (zinc gluconate), 0.2 mg; selenium (selenornethionine), 0.06 meg; chromium picolinate, 1 meg; potassium citrate, 0.2 mg; and a proprietary blend (674 mg) consisting of: Dytrin (citrus aurantium); wheat grass (unjointed leaf); guarana extract (seed); damiana (leaf); goldenseal (leaf); gotu kola (aerial part); ginseng (root); cayenne pepper; fo-ti (root); ginkgo biloba (extract); hawthorn berry (fruit); white willow (bark); gingerroot; sarsaparilla (root); schizandra (berry); uva ursi (leaf); green-tea extract.

HOW TO TAKE IT: The producer advises taking 1 to 2 caplets 45 to 60 minutes before you eat and drinking 8 to 12 ounces of water. For many who weigh more than 200 pounds, an average dosage is 3 caplets three times a day. The literary works observe that “if what you are getting is not sufficient to control the appetite or provide the power you will need, take more product.”

WHAT IS IT SUPPOSED TO DO: The wheat grass in the formulation diminishes appetite but does not kill it entirely. The formula also supposedly raises metabolism, enhances digestion, and provides nutrition-based energy (i.e., without the use of chemical stimulants). Two caplets contain the nutritional equivalent of 4 servings of fresh vegetables.

COMMENTS: There is no trusted clinical proof to compliment the company’s claims. Two of the components in the amazing formula- guarana, containing caffeine, and uva ursi, which can cause liver damage-should be mentioned since the amount in the formula is unknown. If you have high blood pressure, diabetes, or take medication, confer with your doctor before you take Stimulife 750. Don’t take the product if you are expecting a baby or breast-feeding.