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Acaipower Review

Acaipower

Acai Power ingredients include psyllium seed, fennel seed, buckthorn, goldenseal, cascara sagrada, rhubarb root, licorice, ginger, and acai.

To start out, acai is not a weight loss product, it is not a cleansing product. It only works as a superfruit, which doesn’t actually say as much as you might think. Second, none of the ingredients found in the formula actually promote weight loss in general or for that matter cleansing.

Overall Impression of Acaipower:

Acai Power has to draw you in with a “free trial offer”, because otherwise you would never buy their product. It has no valid ingredients that would cleanse or otherwise promote weight loss, and what they don’t mention is that their hyped ingredient acai plays a very small part in the formula and wouldn’t promote results anyway.


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Tara Says:

I wouldn’t recommend Acai Power. It’s just not worth how much they end up charging you for it, and it doesn’t work.

April 17, 2010 at 4:55 pm

Devri Tiek Says:

It didn’t help me. I didn’t see any results using Acai Power. It didn’t help me to lose weight. I think my skin improved some. But that wasn’t what I actually wanted.

May 12, 2010 at 4:54 pm

Sonia Says:

Acai Power is a fake! It doesn’t help you to lose weight, and there are unauthorized charges. I wouldn’t recommend it.

June 17, 2010 at 4:51 pm

Shaelyn C Says:

Acai is really a healthy fruit. I lived in Brazil and got fresh acai, and I’ve used the powders for years for desserts. But I don’t think it’s as amazing as they talk about. It’s a lot like any other fruit. It just happens to rot fast and only be available in Brazil. But with losing weight, I tried Acai Power, thinking it might have something else too. It didn’t. I didn’t get ripped off, because I was very careful to notify my credit card company after not to authorize any charges from them. American express has been really great. But I didn’t see any reason to allow them to charge me after. I didn’t see any results.

August 18, 2010 at 4:50 pm

Larry G. Says:

AcaiPower wasn’t very good. I didn’t lose any weight. I wouldn’t recommend it.

September 21, 2010 at 10:25 pm

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