Saba ACE Diet Review

Saba is a company that focuses on many health aspects, with weight loss being one of their primary interests. They offer several weight loss supplements, but their mainstay product in the category is Saba ACE. Saba ACE is made up of a list of ingredients said to work in a natural way to help increase energy, control appetite, promote weight loss, and even help maintain weight loss. The product is produced by a company called AMS Health Sciences, and they are located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They are a multi level marketing company that urges its potential customers to join the movement, create teams, and make extra money on their products. Their contact number is 866.758.7222, and their e-mail is [email protected] When calling into the customer service line it was rather detailed, and they ordered you to have your customer ID ready (which I don't have because I am not a customer or team member). You will get routed, and re-routed again so just get ready.

The list of ingredients in Saba ACE include chromium, Garcinia Cambogia extract, green coffee bean extract, Konjac root, L-Carnitine, phenylethylamine, Raspberry Keytone, saffron extract, vanadium, and Vitamins B6 and B12. It is this proprietary blend of ingredients that is said to help dieters easily lose weight, even where other products have failed. On the updated website the list of ingredients for the new Saba Ace Formula is: Vitamin D, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Pantothenic Acid, Chromium, Caffeine (180mg) , Green Tea Leaf Extract (70% ECGC), African Wild Mango Seed Extract, Rhodiola Rosea Root Extract, and White Kidney Bean Extract.

Do Dieters Lose Weight On The Saba ACE Diet?

Dieters using Saba ACE may lose some weight in the short-term. However, this will likely be due to the fact that some of the ingredients in Saba ACE contain caffeine. Caffeine can act as a diuretic, which means it will greatly increase the frequency of urination, which can lead to water weight loss.* However, water weight is easily gained back and simply a temporary fix in terms of weight loss. Many of the ingredients have been said to potentially aid in weight loss, but a large number of those ingredients are simply stimulants so buyers beware if you are sensitive to caffeine.

“The item did not meet my expectations. It has been a month now and I cannot see any results. Friends stated that the new formula is a beige color capsule. The bottle I received, the capsules were a dark brown. I am disappointed in this product.” Ronn Brown*

Allison S.* said, “I took the old formula and IT WAS AMAZING! However, it plateaued. The NEW ACE is no good. If you see reviews from 2013 on here, they took the OLD formula. (w/ DMAA) Anything in November 2013- around Feb 2014, SABA was “experimenting” to get the new formula to what it is TODAY.” She feels like the new formula makes her sick and overall feel like crap due to the fact that she crashes hard after the high. The old formula was great, but it is now banned and she feels like anything that is good people go and abuse making it unavailable to anyone.

 Magali Montero* said, “My sister bought these and I decided to try them without knowing some of the side effects. Anyhow, about an hour after taking them I had difficulty breathing and became dizzy and nauseous. I eventually ended up vomiting.” She continued to vomit into the next day, and it also gave her diarrhea which was rather unpleasant. Aside from those affects, it did suppress the amount of food she ate and made her feel full, but she would not recommend this to anyone!

Is The Saba ACE Diet Easy To Follow?

Saba ACE comes in capsule form with each bottle containing 60 capsules. However, there is no mention on the official website as to what exactly the directed dosage is, when it should be taken, and whether or not it needs to be taken with food. To add to the confusion, Saba ACE is only a supplement, meaning it was designed to compliment proper diet and exercise. There is zero guidance given in those departments so those who are undertaking a healthier lifestyle for the first time will be on their own.

In addition, the Saba ACE product includes ingredients that contain caffeine. That means there is a chance it can irritate the stomach, especially in those who are already known to have an irritation in regards to caffeine. Many side effects when taking the Saba Ace diet pills are nausea, diarrhea, light headedness, dizziness, fatigue, jitters, and racing heart. These simply scratch the surface to how people have felt when taking the Saba Ace product.


Saba ACE does contain some ingredients that have been linked to weight loss, but like any other supplement, Saba ACE is only going to prove effective when used with proper diet and exercise. But, the product makes claims that it likely can’t back up and comes off as though it will promote weight loss as a standalone, which might be to justify their $60 price tag. The company has all the social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Pinterest, and Instagram in which the all have very few followers and very marginal activity for how “popular” the reps make the company sound. Be mindful when you are speaking with a rep from Saba Ace, they will want to make the products and company sound like a dream come true because they are trying to build their teams to make more money in the long haul. With a quick glance at the ingredients list it is plain to see that Saba ACE doesn’t contain anything out of the ordinary that might suggest it is some type of wonder pill and will likely not come anywhere close to living up to its own hype.

*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.

Review Sources
  1. “Saba Ace.” Amazon Products. Web
  2. “Saba Ace Products.” Saba For Life. Web

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