The Slimming Pill Made From Seaweed
This year appears to be the year of the miracle slimming pill with several new products becoming available for eager consumer.
The latest is Appesat – a slimming pill that is rather uniquely made of seaweed extracts.
The company responsible Goldshield, would be the first to admit that Appesat is not strictly speaking new. It has been available to buy direct (from Goldshield) for several months.
Appesat now is available to buy over the counter at stockists such as Boots the Chemist, Holland and Barrett, Tesco and Sainsburys – it is sure make a fortune for anyone involved.
Fortunes aside, does Appesat really live up to marketing material – Can a slimming pill made from Seaweed really help you to lose weight.
How Does Appesat Work
A natural appetite suppressant made from a Bioginate Complex, which is a type of seaweed specific to the French Atlantic coast.
The formula can create a feeling fullness in the brain and also a more physical reaction by expanding in your stomach.
Industry experts are less than convinced by the clinical trials and suggested that….“There is very limited and poor evidence supporting it”
Where To Buy Appesat
As mentioned, you can buy Appesat in the high street from the usual suspects including the major health retailers such as Boots, Holland and Barrett, Tesco and Sainsburys as well as online from the manufacturer direct costing approx. £20.00 for 50 capsules
Other Slimming Pills To Consider
The slimming pill with arguably the most interesting story is Capsiplex.
Coined the miracle slimming pill and the celebrity slimming pill (as well as a host of others), Capsiplex is considered to be the best selling diet product of the past year. Upon its introduction it sold 50,000 units with stockists selling put after just a few days.
Capsiplex is more than a story though, it has some compelling evidence – it has been responsible for countless slimming successes.
Read more about Capsiplex