Superfruit Slim Review

Superfruit Slim is a product produced by company registered in the Republic of Panama although the product website implies that it is a U.K. product. The official product website claims that with the combination of ingredients like African Mango, Raspberry Ketones, Acai Berry and Green tea it can help to lose excess weight.*

In addition to weight loss it promises to suppress appetite, increase energy levels and even make you more alert.*

What Does Each Ingredient Provide?

Acai Berry – was extremely popular about 7 years ago. The success of it as with many other fad products has subsided, as most users have reported no weight changes whatsoever. It is marketed as a fruit containing antioxidants that can fight the toxins in your body.*

African Mango – another ingredients that was popularized by a TV doctor by the name of Dr. Oz. It is said to help lose weight by burning body fat. There is no scientific prove available to date.*

Raspberry Ketones – yet another product that has been popularized by the same TV doctor and was introduced as another “miracle” for weight loss.*

Green Tea –  contains caffeine, which can boost energy levels and has some other benefits, which cannot be argued.*

CoEnzyme Q10 (CoQ10) – is said to help with mental focus (no scientific evidence). Can cause mild insomnia, dizziness, rashes, headache, heartburn and abdominal pain.*

The company offers 30-day money back guarantee. So if you decided that this product does not work as expected better rush to the post office to return it in time.

Do Dieters Lose Weight On Superfruit Slim?

Looking at the ingredient list it is just yet another product with exactly the same ingredient list  (I could name at least 20 others) and exactly the same claims to lure you into believing that a miracle pill has arrived. It does sound good on paper. Solid ingredients, nice packaging, inviting website and positive reviews by a paid advertisers. A company that has no outside reviews on a website like Amazon or other trusted online stores, has no customer phone number or address, scares me and I could not recommend it to my friends or family.

Is Superfruit Slim Easy To Follow?

Each bottle contains 60 capsules and will last for 30 days. It is recommended to take capsules a day before meals. Meal plans or dietary recommendations are not provided


We cannot stress the importance of a good healthy diet enough. There is not have been a pill invented yet and might never will be that will make your body release fat without first causing long term side effects, second, without requiring to add a healthy diet and exercise into the mix.

Do we think Superfruit product should not be consumed? Not at all. If you have $50 to spare go right ahead and try this product for benefits other than weight loss. Ingredients look good some have been proved to aid when it comes to overall health and wellbeing but unfortunately none of those ingredients without a proper diet can help you lose weight.

Another thing to think about is how will you get help when you need it? There is no support phone number, only a support forms to fill out or an e-mail address [email protected] to use. We have sent an inquiry 3 days ago and still have not heard back. Red Flag!

When choosing a diet program we recommend starting with a cleanse or a detox of some sort. Some prefer to fast for a few days drinking nothing but water with lemon, some simply choose to cut out processed and sugary foods, some buy supplements that help to flush the toxins and some choose detox teas. Among many detox teas available on the market we like XOXO teatox the best. It not only provides quality teas but offers probiotics which are key when cleaning out your system and replenishing it with the good bacteria.

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

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*Individual results will vary.

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