Swisse Ultiboost Hunger Control review – do these diet pills actually work?
What is it?
Swisse Utliboost Hunger Control is a recently released appetite suppressing diet pill that uses the relatively new ingredient, Slimaluma.
While Slimaluma may sound like an almost comical, made-up name, it is actually Caralluma Fimbriata, a derivative of a type of Indian succulent plant that has become quite popular as a weight loss supplement.
It is believed to be an excellent appetite suppressant, mainly due to its history for being used by natives when food was scarce, although little research has been carried out today to confirm or deny its properties.
The official website for Swisse Ultiboost Hunger Control is limited to say the least. Its single page promo piece gives no more than one sentence explaining what it actually is, followed by its ingredients list (namely, just Caralluma Fimbriata) and dosage advise of one tablet, twice daily.
Is it effective?
This is very difficult to say based on the brands website description. Some research into Swisse Ultiboost Hunger Control’s active ingredient only serves to confuse us more, with the experts wildly in debate over whether or not Caralluma Fimbriata’s has been proven effective in enough clinical trials.
There is a huge divide between these so-called aficionados, some saying that that it has worked well in studies as an appetite suppressant, and therefore should work well for people looking for a weight-management supplement, and others saying that more research needs to be done. The key statement here is ‘should work well’, which means, they haven’t actually tried it so they don’t know for certain.
Customers reviews and complaints
Customer reviews for Swisse Ultiboost Hunger Control are just as limited as the website. There is very little in the way of independent reviews and there are none on the official site. What we did manage to find was pretty average. While some people have found the pills work well at suppressing the appetite and, therefore, encouraging weight-loss, a lot of people have labelled the brand ‘OK’ or ‘Rubbish’.
- If the ingredients list detailed on the company’s website is to be believed, Swisse Ultiboost Hunger Control contains nothing more than 100% Caralluma Fimbriata, so there is no reason to believe that this pill will cause any nasty side effects.
- It is also always a welcoming change when a company does not offer any money back guarantee or free trial period; these types of offers always smack of ‘money making scheme’ and are quite often a small-print-nightmare for the consumer.
- There is so little information about the brand and the pill itself that it would be a leap of faith to trust that is works well as a diet pill. And, since the only ingredient in the formula is an appetite suppressant, any positive results will be minimal at best without adding a healthy eating plan and exercise regime.
- It’s also not the cheapest on the market by any means. At, what looks like a pretty decent, $38.95 per bottle, it’s definitely worth noting that this is for just 30 tablets, and the recommended daily dosage is two tablets per day (so half a month supply for just under $40).
- It’s certainly going to be a pretty expensive month or two if you are just trialling the pills to see whether or not they work.
Is it worth buying, is it a scam?
In our opinion there are far better appetite suppressants on the market that have stood up well in clinical trials and are also positively reviewed by actual customers. We would certainly recommend doing your research before potentially wasting your money on this brand.
Alternatives to Swisse Ultiboost – Garcinia Cambogia
One option is Garcinia Cambogia – a dual action natural plant extract which works as both a fat binder and appetite suppressant. Feedback has shown that a combination diet pill generally gives better results with much less effort needed on behalf of the user.
Garcinia Cambogia is relatively new but already has a massive following, mainly due to the very positive coverage it received on the Dr Oz show earlier in the year.