According to the website, “Belly Blaster PM™ provides clinically tested ingredients that support a restful night’s sleep, a healthy metabolism, and at the same time curbs late night cravings.* If you are looking for a way to help fall asleep naturally, control night-time appetite, and support fat loss, then Belly Blaster PM™ will be a
perfect choice. But will it live up to what it says it is going to do?
They State On The Website That The Three Ingredients Are*:
- Raspberry ketones
- Green Coffee Bean
- Garcinia Cambogia
In one bottle, you will get 60 capsules and the amount of capsules taken per serving is 2. It is sold on Amazon.com for $19.95 and I have a feeling you are going to be getting what you pay for with this product. There is already a typo with this product saying you are going to get 120 capsules when in all reality you are only going to be getting 60 (or 30 days worth). On the website, there is no customer service number, e-mail, or even a portal to order the product. The information given about the product was very cookie cutter and bland which does not prove the products effectiveness.
Do Dieters Lose Weight With Belly Blaster PM?
There was large number of people who reported to love the product, and apparently said the product worked for them. Come to find out, these people were paid to give an outstanding review for a $20.00 bottle of Belly Blaster PM in return. Beware of this marketing scheme, as many companies will try and make their product look way more popular and effective than they really are. The number of actual people who tried the product that were not paid off had a different tune to whistle. A large majority of people noted that this is a diuretic with a little caffeine. Also, green coffee bean is a heart stimulant, so you may feel a bit racy and anxious at times if you are not used to this supplement. Overall, a large majority of the honest customers noted that they did not see any weight come off and the pills were just one big scam. Beware.
Is Belly Blaster PM Easy To Follow?
Of course it’s easy to follow. There is nothing hard about taking this pill whatsoever because the product is nothing more than a diuretic with a hit of caffeine. Take it twice a day, and magically see the pounds fly off? I don’t think so. The good news is, this product is primarily sold on Amazon and they do great with their returns if you absolutely hate it! Which there is a good chance that is going to happen to you (just sayin’).
The packaging is bland to say the least, and there is no real marketing behind Belly Blaster PM to make it worth looking into further. The ingredients are less than impressive and the side effects are ones I would like to stay away from personally. Headaches, dehydration, nausea, and stomach cramps are just a few of the side effects. They claim that the Belly Blaster PM pills will make you sleep better, when in reality they may keep you up all night in pain and discomfort.*
My precious time and money is nothing to experiment with, especially with a supplement like Belly Blaster PM. The false reviews, cheap product, and side effects have me wondering how this product fooled so many people in the first place. The name alone is silly and hard to take serious. The only good thing this company has going for them is the fact that they sell it on Amazon, and the money back policy is professional. If they were to operate only from their little website, I guarantee you this product wouldn’t even be a blip on the map. For how cheap it is, you are truly getting what you pay for if you decide to take a gamble on Belly Blaster PM.
With how easy the supplement is to take, the red flag is waving high. The caffeine alone would be one to keep me awake at night, as well as the Garcinia Cambogia (which is supposed to curb cravings). This is most definitely not a long-term fix, or even a fix at all for your weight loss goals. There are plenty of other sensible options on the market today that will promote weight loss the healthy way, and ensure you keep that weight off for a lifetime.
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