C9T11 Slimming Pills review
C9T11 Slimming Pills
With a strange name, C9T11 slimming pills try to grab attention of Dieters. But this is not a new weight loss wonder pill, in fact manufacturers of this tablet Applied Nutritional Research LLC sell another similar pill having same ingredient with a different name Phosphacore.
Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) extract is the only active ingredient in this diet pill according to its official website.
What does C9 T11 mean and how does it work?
C9T11 is made using Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) extracted from Safflower. C9-T11 is an abbreviation of one of the isomers found in CLA, that is "Cis-9, Trans 11" isomer.
CLA is proven to aid weight loss (not a quick fix!) when the daily dosage is more than 3400mg.
But most of the CLA based (there are many!) slimming pills contain 500-750mg of CLA per pill. These pills would help in getting slim only when the daily dosage is 6-8 pills.
C9 T11 Pros
Based on Safflower extracts. Though CLA is clinically proven to aid fat loss, it is less likely to have more than 1000mg per pill.
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C9 T11 Cons
- Do not disclose other ingredients and CLA strength in the pill.
- Look very similar to Phosphacore (same pill in a new bottle?) pills.
- Make highly exaggerated weight loss claims with no reference to any proof.
- No clinical studies conducted on C9T11 formulation.
- Side effects: Some people report feeling slightly green or nauseous after taking CLA and some report of gastrointestinal upset or loose stools
- Unlikely to have 3400mg as daily dosage.
- Very costly when compared to popular CLA slimming pill brands on the market.
The official website of the C9T11 slimming pill is full of exaggerated weight loss claims. Though there are many CLA (from safflower) based slimming supplements on the market, they try to create a feeling among the people that theirs is a rare supplement that naturally aids super fast weight loss.
All these give us a warning! Better not to go for these.