December 5, 2013
Slimchews uses a 700mg proprietary blend of hoodia gordonii and cha de bugre.
This is too good. Hoodia gordonii was made famous because the African bushmen apparently use it on long hunting trips and cha de bugre is one of those “Amazon” ingredients. Neither one has been proven to do anything, and not for lack of trying. Plenty of researchers, including those trying to sell the products using them, have tried to conduct successful clinical trials and have failed, choosing therefore not to publish the trials at all. So it really doesn’t matter how much or how little you use.
Overall Impression of Slimchews:
Slimchews don’t even begin to cover weight loss. When they say clinically proven, we don’t know where they would get that idea. There is nothing clinically proven about even one of the two ingredients in their mix. If people lost weight using Slimchews, it could be attributed to their diet and exercise plan, not to this extra additive. And they basically use the $1 trial to pull you into an autoship program you won’t know about until it’s too late.