How Does Glucosulin Work?
Are you ready to lose weight but aren’t quite ready to give up all of the good food you crave? If you are, then Glucosulin might be a diet pill that you have read about and considered. Glucosulin claims to help you lose weight by cutting your appetite and blocking your body’s ability to absorb the calories that you eat. It also allows you to eat all of the foods that you love without changing your lifestyle at all.
This sounds like a pretty good product to me! Let’s take a closer look, though, to make sure that it is safe and effective.
Glucosulin has all of the right ingredients to do exactly what it says it will do! It has glucomannon and xanthum gum, which are thickening agents that expand in your stomach, making you feel full before you even start eating. It also has gymnema slyvestrre and chromium picolinate, which stop the body from absorbing sugar and calories from that dessert you’re planning on eating after dinner… I like the sound of that!
Another good thing about Glucosulin is that you are offered a free 30-day trial to see if it works for you. If, after 30 days, you see that it doesn’t live up to your expectations, you can call and cancel your trial.
There are some significant drawbacks to Glucosulin, however. And they are definitely worth taking a look at.
Most importantly, Glucosulin has ingredients that have been flagged for those who have diabetes. This is because they alter blood sugar and insulin levels. So if you have diabetes or even have a family history of diabetes, make sure to talk with your doctor before you take it or just avoid it altogether.
Another important thing to consider about Glucosulin is that it doesn’t tell you the amounts of each ingredient. This is a huge red flag. For most of these ingredients, you will need to take fairly high amounts for them to help you lose weight. The fact that they don’t include how much is in each capsule likely means that they don’t have enough to help you lose much weight.
A final issue that makes me hesitate is the payment method. Sure, they offer that free 30-day trial, but before they give it to you, you have to provide a credit or debit card number. After those 30 days, your account is charged $49.98. So if you happen to forget to call and cancel, you are out of luck. And 60 days after that, you are charged again. Maybe the payment method isn’t all that great after all.
Even though Glucosulin has some positive things to think about, we think that the Cons outweigh the Pros. And even the Pros (the fantastic ingredients and free 30-day trial) are suspect because the amount of ingredients is not clear and the free 30-day trial could be difficult to cancel. We recommend saving your money and looking somewhere else for a diet pill.