Slenderiiz Day Drops are a liquid supplement, manufactured by Ariix, a multi-level marketing company. There are plenty of claims being made by Ariix without any scientific backup. By reducing your calories down to 1250 a day, as suggested by the manufacturer, you are going to lose weight regardless.
We investigate what benefits you actually get from Slenderiiz Day Drops, and what side effects you may encounter along the way.
Let’s take a look at Slenderiiz Day Drops, to see if they really are all they say they are.
Slenderiiz Day Drops are, according to Ariix, a ‘scientifically advanced combination of effective ingredients to address physiological and hormonal factors in the human body related to fat production’ – basically, a liquid supplement to help you feel full, suppress appetite, and manipulate the hormones associated with hunger cravings. All of the ingredients listed in the product are natural.
No side effects have been officially noted for this product – all the ingredients are natural and at the recommended dosage should not cause any adverse effects. However, as the drops are recommended to be used alongside an extremely low-calorie diet (1250 calories a day), there are associated risks and side effects. Web MD lists the following as possible side effects, including fatigue, constipation, nausea, gallstones, and diarrhea.
As it is a MLM company, the products are usually sold through independent Ariix representatives although they are sometimes sold on Amazon, most likely through reps. The day drops do not appear to be able to be purchased alone. Instead, you have to buy them alongside the Night Drops, and for the two bottles, each containing 60ml (unable to confirm how long these will last), it costs £141.43.
Slenderiiz Day Drops are a liquid supplement designed to be used in conjunction with other Ariix products and a low-calorie diet. The aim of the product is to control appetite, increase the feeling of fullness, and have a positive effect on the hormones associated with hunger and cravings.
Ariix is a multi-level marketing company, with a headquarters based in Bountiful, Utah. It was established in 2011 but is, as yet, widely unknown in the UK. They consider themselves as one of the leading companies in dietary and health supplements. Slenderiiz Drops are not the only weight loss product they supply but they believe it is their best.
Slenderiiz Day Drops are a liquid supplement. 10 drops are to be taken under the tongue three times a day before breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ariix advises that they are used alongside the night drops as part of a weight loss plan. The plan recommends consuming no more than 1250 calories a day. The plan also includes the use of Pure Nourish, their own meal replacement shake.
Ariix claims that the Slenderiiz Day Drops are superior to other supplements when it comes to appetite suppression and weight loss. They say that they are easy to take and address the physiological and hormonal factors in the human body relating to fat production. They also claim that they are clinically proven to help control appetite and increase satiety.
It is tricky to say whether this product works or not because there are plenty of claims being made here without any scientific backup. We do not deny that Slenderiiz is an easy-to-take supplement. We also do not deny that the ingredients are all 100% natural and that healthy eating is encouraged alongside the product, but there is a lack of scientific evidence supporting the formula. By reducing your calories down to 1250 a day, as suggested by the makers, you are going to lose weight, so that does not confirm the efficiency of the product. In short, no, we do not believe they work as a stand-alone product.
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Whilst there are no known side effects to the product itself, a very low-calorie diet can have some risks such as tiredness, constipation or diarrhea, nausea, and gallstones.
There appears to be some concern for the lack of evidence that proves that the product works. Many customers point out that they are following a very low-calorie diet so are almost certain to lose weight anyway, and the ones who aren’t losing weight are struggling to stick to consuming just 1250 calories a day. There are also concerns from former reps about how the company is run. They claim that they were tricked into joining the company and that they were encouraged to do the same to family and friends.
There is no mention anywhere of a money-back guarantee for the product, nor are there any details of how to return a product if you are unhappy with it.
Slenderiiz Day Drops are available from Ariix representatives, and cost £141.13 for the day and night drops.
Whilst there is no doubt that most, if not all, of the ingredients in the Slenderiiz Day Drops are beneficial for weight loss and appetite suppressant, we believe that these are nothing more than expensive snake oil.
Ariix suggests going on a diet of no more than 1250 calories, using the night drops and their meal replacement shakes whilst taking the supplement. This alone would cause quite a significant reduction in weight, so there is nothing to support the claims of the efficiency of the product alone. There are several steps involved in their weight loss programme – not one supplement works on a singular basis. It is also not recommended that such an extremely low-calorie diet is followed for a long period of time, and in fact, the effects of a low-calorie diet may not be particularly good for the metabolism, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Overall, we do not recommend Slenderiiz Day Drops to our readers.
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