SlimJOY is a European company based in Slovenia. SlimJOY products are on sale all across Europe, including Britain and Ireland.
The advertising for SlimJOY Adiposlim is confusing. It makes a lot of claims about hormones and a way to lose weight without exercise thanks to the brown adipose tissue in your body, but this supplement contains nothing that will have this effect. Scientists are still searching for a way to activate brown tissue for weight loss and they still have not found it, so it certainly is not present in this supplement which actually contains some ordinary ingredients in low quantities. That said, side effects are unlikely and the principle ingredient Morosil has undergone positive clinical testing in Italy.
Side effects seem unlikely. There is a small quantity of caffeine contained in the green tea, but is so low that it is unlikely to cause any issues. The other ingredients are generally safe and well tolerated so any side effects are likely to be mild.
SlimJOY Adiposlim is quite expensive given that it probably is not going to work.
Buy from the SlimJOY website and it costs £19.99 for 30 capsules. You can make savings by buying 2 x 30 ct bottles for £29.00. Shipping is only available to the UK. If you live outside the UK and want to buy this supplement you will have to go via your country’s specific SlimJOY website.
You can also buy SlimJOY Adiposlim via Amazon UK where it costs £19.99 including free delivery.
We don’t rate SlimJOY Adiposlim very highly. The advertising is deliberately designed to baffle the consumer into believing that this supplement is different from countless others on the market and is backed by science, yet in truth, it is a very mediocre looking product.
The ingredient levels are so low, they are likely to be completely ineffective and the one interesting component Morosil has only undergone one clinical test! This seems to have achieved suspiciously positive results without any explanation about how it worked or the number of people who actually took part in the trial, so we would like to see more evidence for it before we make up our minds.
We like that side effects are unlikely but in our opinion, this supplement will probably not have any effects at all. And at £19.99 for a bottle of 30 capsules, it is expensive and this combined with a tricksy looking guarantee which is impossible to claim, and no customer feedback at all, we just don’t trust this supplement or the company behind it.
We do not recommend SlimJOY Adiposlim to the Watchdog readers.
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SlimJOY Adiposlim is a weight loss supplement that proposes a way to reduce stomach fat and prevent the storage of fat elsewhere on the body. According to the product information, the way we store fat all comes down to our hormones and the type of fat that we store.
Body fat is not all the same. Brown adipose fat is the type of fat that we use to keep warm and for energy and according to research burns calories much faster than white fat cells.
However, the fat that most people think of, is white fat – the fat that accumulates around the stomach, hips, thighs, and everywhere else we don’t want it. The body uses this fat for immediate energy but obviously, if you eat more than you burn off in activity, this fat accumulates.
One theory about weight loss is that if we could find a way to use brown fat rather than white fat for energy, we would burn off more calories and so use brown fat to burn off excess white fat!
SlimJOY Adiposlim contains ingredients that the makers say will stimulate the brown fatty tissue thus enabling you to burn off more calories than would otherwise be possible. Apparently, this will raise the levels of the fat burning hormone Adiponectin, so that you can burn fat without exercise.
Adiposlim contains just four ingredients; a patented red orange juice extract called Morosil, Cayenne pepper, Green Tea Extract, and vitamin B6. Check out the ingredients tab to find out more.
SlimJOY is a weight loss supplements company based in Slovenia. The company operate across Europe with sales pages, Facebook pages and product information provided in most European languages including French, German, Polish and Romanian. SlimJOY also advertise in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
According to the advertising, SlimJOY Adiposlim is a “Metabolism booster with a revolutionary stomach fat burning effect”
The key features:
Scientists found a revolutionary approach to weight loss that you can take advantage of! Now you too can safely and naturally optimise your levels of adiponectin – the hormone of naturally skinny people – and have less food cravings, lose fat faster, and turn your body into a fat-burning machine.
The advertising calls on who they mysteriously refer to as “The Masters of Pharmacy” to explain this further:
Our test group lost up to 7,5 cm from their waist, and 6 cm of thighs circumference.
Men lost 50% of their belly fat.
Using the synergistic effect of capsaicin, blood orange skin, green tea, and B6, AdipoSlim is 10 times stronger and works faster than similar products.
Short explanation by Masters of Pharmacy: This incredible slimming effect is connected to the stimulation of brown fat, and awakening adiponectin, the hormone that regulates glucose levels and fatty acid breakdown.
It is important to note that these figures are based on clinical testing carried out elsewhere on the key ingredient Morosil and not in clinical tests carried out by this company on this supplement.
It might do something, but it is highly unlikely to work as described by activating hormones or brown fat as claimed.
We looked at a report published by Reuters which was mentioned in the AdipoSlim advertising. and found that obese people had lower levels of brown adipose tissue than white fat compared to people who are not overweight. And there is a theory that if you could find a way to activate brown fat, people could burn off extra calories without exercise.
Brown fat is the type of fat we are born with. It is essential for keeping us warm but it lies dormant in the body and is activated by cold temperatures. For the last 40 years scientists have toyed with the idea of using the body’s brown fat deposits to lose weight but as yet, nobody has found a way to achieve this.
SlimJOY Adipose will not do this either. However, the key ingredient Morosil looks interesting.
Morosil has been tested in Italy in the lab on animals and on human volunteers and according to the one human clinical test which we could find, results were good. These showed that taking 400mg of Moro juice extract intake was able to induce a significant reduction in body mass index (BMI) after 4 weeks of treatment (p < 0.05). Moreover, in subjects treated with Moro extract, body weight, BMI, waist, and hip circumference were significantly different from the placebo group (p < 0.05).
According to the clinical test, Moro orange is a cultivar of red orange, particularly rich in active compounds such as anthocyanins, hydroxycinnamic acids, flavone glycosides and ascorbic acid, which displays anti-obesity effects in vitro and in vivo studies. Source
This sounds good of course, but there are no details about how many people took part in the clinical trial or what the testing conditions were. It only seems to have been tested once on an unknown number of humans and frankly we are sceptical!
The other ingredients are in low quantities and none of the ingredients have any proof or even any claims about their ability to activate brown fat. This seems to have been invented by the advertisers.
Serving size is equal to one capsule.
Side effects seem unlikely. There is a small quantity of caffeine contained in the green tea but is so low that it is unlikely to cause any issues. The other ingredients are generally safe and well tolerated so any side effects are likely to be mild.
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Discontinue use if you do experience side effects. Speak to your doctor before using supplements if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication.
There are no customer reviews for SlimJOY Adiposlim
According to the product advertising, there is a 100% money-back guarantee but it is tricksy. The terms and conditions state that,
The Buyer is obligated to use the products as per the instructions provided and strictly follow the course before claiming dissatisfaction with the said products. Further, Sensilab shall accept products/packaging and the pertaining order bill from the Buyer, if the Buyer is not happy with the product for any reason whatsoever.
Sensilab’s satisfaction guarantee is valid for 30 days from receiving the product.
So this seems to suggest that you need to use the supplement for the full course of tablets before you can claim a refund. But by then the 30 days guarantee period will have expired.
In our opinion, you will struggle to get your money back if you are dissatisfied. To contact the company by email, the address is [email protected]
You can buy SlimJOY Adiposlim via the official SlimJOY website.
It is also on sale via Amazon UK.
SlimJOY Adiposlim does not seem to be available to customers outside the EU or Great Britain.
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The Diet Pills Watchdog does not recommend SlimJOY AdipoSlim.
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