September 2, 2015
Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater Review
I know what the limitations of a carb blocker are, and I understand the potential. I’ve seen carb blockers make the difference for people who are really serious about low carb dieting, helping those dieters to transition into a new lifestyle. If your cravings are out of control, it can easily hold you back. But if you can control your cravings while also making sure that your body does not absorb as many carbs, it could be just the thing.
Technically, Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater does have necessary ingredients. Phaseolus vulgaris is obviously natural. It’s a white kidney bean extract. Phaseolus vulgaris is basically the only way to block carbs. And Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater has ingredients that control cravings by controlling blood sugar. It stops the spikes and drops that can cause cravings and the “carb crash.” But the good stops there.
Are you really surprised that Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater is not all that it’s cracked up to be? Are you really surprised that Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater uses proprietary blends to hide the real amounts or that it attempts to hide fillers and preservatives that shouldn’t even be there in the first place? It’s Quick Trim for heaven sake!
Half the ingredients in Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater have nothing to do with weight loss. I mean I understand why Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater uses bilberry. It’s full of vitamins, antioxidants, and other healthy substances! But why Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater would use something like scutellaria or acacia catechu (which works for the most part to fight diarrhea) as a key ingredient, I just don’t get it.
Overall Impression of Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater
I keep hoping that one day Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater will give us a miraculous weight loss supplement that lives up to the hype. I keep hoping that Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater will turn a corner, and I have seen products do it. But if we’re being honest, Quick Trim Sugar & Carb Cheater is a typical Quick Trim product.
Don’t listen to the Kardashian sisters. Listen to common sense. Listen to that little voice in the back of your head that says “when did Kim Kardashian lose weight?” Actually when did she gain weight? She didn’t. I think the answer is obvious. But decide for yourself.