Decaslim Review

Decaslim is somewhat ambitious in what it claims it can do. If you believe the information given out on the official website ( Decaslim will not only help you lose weight but will also cure acne and wrinkles and improve your overall health. In fact it goes as far as saying that it is the ‘#1 product for fat loss and acne’ and claims that you can lose your belly fat and acne in just 7 days.

Much of the company’s home page on their website is dedicated to what is referred to as ‘The Decaslim Story’. This describes how the hero (or heroine) of the piece was inspired to eat nothing but servings of ‘ten superfoods’ every day in an attempt to lose weight and improve their overall health.

The result (according to the story) was that after 2 weeks on the diet the writer had lost 12 lbs in weight and the acne had disappeared.

The story then goes on to describe how the hero of the piece then persuaded “one of the largest Nutraceautical companies in the world” to manufacture a slimming pill based on concentrates of these 10 super foods. The resultant product was Decaslim!

(It is worth noting that virtually the same story, with a few modifications, appears on the official Adipozin website. Are these the same product or is it just a coincidence??)

Whats in DecaSlim?

Decaslim contains ‘extracts from 10 superfoods in each capsule’ these are:

Green Tea, Safflower Oil by Tonalin™, Dietary Fiber by ViscoFiber™, Blueberries by VitaBlue™, Broccoli by BroccoPlus™, Spinach by Futureceuticals Spinach 7000ppm Lutein™, FlaxSeed by LinumLife Extra Flax Seed™, Tomato by Lyc-O-Mato®, Garlic “Allicin Powder”, Resveratrol.

All of the ingredients in Decaslim are natural so there is nothing that is actually going to cause you harm.

Does Decaslim Work?

The claims made by the company are pretty fantastic but we cannot find any evidence that any clinical trials have been carried out on the product to suggest that it is actually able to give the results it claims. All of the ingredients (the 10 superfoods) are proven to be good for you in their own right (although all of them do not contribute to weight loss) but it does not necessarily follow that the minute quantities of each of the ingredients contained in each capsule will have any beneficial effect at all.

The claim that Decaslim can cure acne has not, as far as we can ascertain, been confirmed by a dermatologist. In fact simply improving your diet and eating foods that are high in antioxidants would most probably be a better course of action.

Are there side effects with Decaslim?

There should be no major side effects howver some of the ingredients in Decaslim are high in Caffeine and these could possibly cause symptoms such as anxiety, insomnia and headaches.

Do we recommend Decaslim?

We do not recommend Decaslim!

The lack of data relating to clinical trials is always a concern. Although the ingredients are all natural there is no mention as to their origin nor is there any indication as to where the product is manufactured.

The company does offer a money back guarantee but the only contact information is an email address which may make contacting the company difficult if you do in fact have a problem with the product.

All of the top diet pill manufacturers publish complete contact information and most of them have help lines dedicated to assisting customers to obtain the best results from their products.

Are there alternatives to Decaslim?

There are a number of reputable Weight reduction pills on the market and we would recommend that you look at products such as Phen 375, Meratol, Uniquehoodia or Capsiplex .

Phen 375 information

Meratol information

Uniquehoodia information

Capsiplex information