15 Sticks of individually wrapped Slim+ powder in Fruit Punch, Cherry Splash, or Berry Lemonade
Slim+ is a delicious formula designed to help you manage weight, control your hunger, and curb those unwanted sugar cravings while providing focus and energy to power through your day.
What is the #PlusDifference?
Most weight management solutions and diets leave people with lower energy levels, uncontrollable cravings, an inability to focus and generally in a bad mood. Slim+ changes all that. By providing a solution that addresses all of these issues, and ingredients that help support a healthy gut, reduce cravings and control your appetite.
What’s the difference between a prebiotic and a probiotic?/strong>
Probiotics add millions of friendly bacteria to your gut. Prebiotics feed the probiotics already in the gut.
Why does SLIM+ contain caffeine?
One of the largest complaints people on diets or trying to maintain their weight have is a lack of energy. Caffeine is a natural substance that, taken in right quantities, has positive health benefits. Slim+ contains both fast acting and time released caffeine which provides the pick-me-up you’re looking for, the sustained energy you need, and avoids the dreaded crash so many other products contain.
What are Xylooligosaccharides?
Xylooligosaccharides are powerful prebiotics that help feed the healthy probiotics in your gut that supports and stimulates a healthy gut flora. Advancing scientific research continues to demonstrate that balanced gut microbiota is essential for digestive function, and that an unhealthy balance in the gut is a precursor to digestive issues and immune dysfunction.
Why does SLIM+ contain green tea and not green coffee?
IDLife has a commitment to review and follow the science in all the ingredients it chooses for its products. After reviewing all the available research available on both green tea and green coffee, it was clear that green tea has been scientifically proven to have all the benefits people are looking for in a weight management product. Green Coffee, however, while promising, still lacks the support of the scientific community to support the claims being made about its effectiveness.