There’s curiosity surrounding Slimquick, so we concentrated on ingredients, side effects, clinical studies and customer support. Furthermore, we researched customer comments and reviews. We then summarized and refined to give you the info you need.
What You Need to Know
First off, Slimquick is a line of diet products including Slimquick for Men, Slimquick for Women and Slimquick Gummies and various liquid supplements. Depending on which one you use, dieters take the supplement once per day, and it supposedly enhances weight-loss. A main benefit is portability.
The product, introduced in 2000, doesn’t use artificial ingredients, a positive. The supplements are available on the official website and on trusted retail websites. We like Slimquick’s longevity and there are a few positive comments, but read on…
Taste – Didn’t Sit Well
The first thing we didn’t like was Slimquick taste, when dieters used the protein or liquid formula. “If you use flavored products, one of the first things you want is for it to be palatable,” said our Research Editor. “Dieters will look all aspects of a supplement, including taste. If it doesn’t sit well, that could be an issue.”
“This is disgusting! The aftertaste is the worst,” commented one dieter.
“I would burp up the most terrible taste,” voiced another consumer.
Side Effects – Another Concern
According to customer comments and reviews, there’s issue with Slimquick side effects. Several users reported stomach pains and increased heart rate. “Not worth the side effects. Daily side effects included intense headaches and nausea,” reported a user.
“One of the side effects was I couldn’t fall asleep and…I felt very weak,” said a dieter. Some people experienced side effects after a few days. “After four days, I was forced to stop using this product due to its side effects. I experienced headaches, nausea, rapid heartbeat, and an awful jittery feeling,” said one customer.
Our research concludes that supplements causing just one negative, like side effects, could impede long-term success. If Slimquick does in fact cause stomach pains or nausea, there is a concern.
While the official Slimquick website claims the supplements are “clinically studied,” we couldn’t locate published scientific research linking the formulas to weight-loss. At Vital Health Partners, being able to find science supporting claims is critical. If Slimquick can’t provide the facts, we have concerns.
The Bottom Line
After taking a comprehensive look at Slimquick, we reached a conclusion. There are a few positives, like professional headquarters and longevity, but we can’t recommend it because the weight-loss claims are not supported by published scientific studies. Plus, we’re concerned about the “C+” Better Business Bureau rating and poor customer service.
If you’d like to shed some pounds, we suggest you go with a formula that delivers both a great deal and a formula supported by published scientific research.
Among the best supplements we’ve found in 2015 is one called Leptigen. The formula is a proprietary blend, which includes four ingredients, shown in published scientific studies to help boost fat loss and spark metabolism. We can’t find any dieter’s mentioning harmful side effects and reviews around the internet indicate people are seeing great results.
Also, the creators of Leptigen are confident in their product, so they’re providing a special trial offer, quite the benefit.