Riteslim is a product that's just wrong
Do French women have a secret to weight loss that the rest of us have been missing? It is no secret that the French diet has gotten a lot of attention in recent years and not because of its health benefits. The attention has been focused on the French people's ability to stay thin even though their diet contains "bad" foods. Foods such as chocolate, cheese, bread and wine are staples in the country. RiteSlim, a new weight loss supplement, believes it has the answer. Resveratrol, an ingredient found in red wine (and grapes) is being touted by the company as a weight loss aid and as a way to slow down the aging process. Two other highly talked about weight loss supplements are also included, acai berry and sinetrol.
Pros and Cons to Consider
- Resveratrol has a large number of proven health benefits in the scientific community including cancer protection.
- Though there is much attention to Resveratrol in the scientific community, its weight loss claims have not been proven.
- Though the Web site shows major media coverage and clinical research data, the information is misleading. All of this data relates to resveratrol but no clinical research or studies have been done that test RiteSlim.
- Though RiteSlim offers a free trail product, customers will find themselves auto enrolled in the program with only 15 days to cancel if they don't want to continue receiving shipments.
- A complete ingredient list is not provided and dieters have no knowledge of how much Resveratrol or other key ingredients are included, making it impossible to determine the exact dosage of each ingredient.
To ensure safety, dieters should speak to their doctors before taking this weight loss supplement. This is especially important for women who are pregnant or lactating.
How Does RiteSlim Works?
RiteSlim is provided in capsule form and contains three major ingredients. RiteSlim calls itself "3 diets in 1 bottle" because of its three major ingredients. The most well known ingredient is Resveratrol. The ingredient found in red wine has many benefits to the heart and human body. Next up is sinetrol, a fat burner and appetite suppressant that has only recently made its way to the United States. The final ingredient is the much talked about acai berry. Found in the rainforests of Brazil this fruit removes toxins from the body and helps increase energy.
Though RiteSlim contains Resveratrol and acai berry, dieters should look to other aids for legitimate weight loss (like exercise). The jury is still out on resveratrol's ability to help dieters lose weight and not enough is yet known about the fat burner, sinetrol. Additionally with sketchy information provided on the Web site and the lack of an ingredient list dieters really have no idea if there is even enough of any ingredient in the product to live up to the claims made by the company. Dieters would be better off taking whole forms of acai berry or resveratol.
Visit the official RiteSlim website for more information.