Monday, March 19, 2012

SafSlim Review & Giveaway

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Maintaining my figure is on my mind on a daily basis. I am a stress-eater and with my line of work, I feel as though I am always hungry. I have recently started exercising on a more regular basis in order to help cope with stress, but I am open to receiving a little extra help in order to keep my figure ;)

When I was offered the opportunity to review SafSlim, I jumped at the chance. SafSlim is an all-natural daily supplement that helps people lose their stubborn belly fat that isn’t being lost through diet and exercise. This is done through the use of safflower oil. Safflower oil has been clinically proven to help people lose weight, specifically the omentum fat in the belly area. As women, we obviously gain a great deal of omentum fat with our pregnancies and it is extremely difficult to lose. Sometimes it seems as though we can do all the sit-ups in the world, but that area still remains a problem.
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I was excited, yet a little skeptical at the same time, to try SafSlim. Since it is all-natural, I wondered if it was going to taste gross. I also wondered if SafSlim was going to live up to all the hype. I had listened to Montel Williams, the spokesperson for SafSlim, and was intrigued. Dr. Oz has also discussed the benefits of SafSlim, but I wanted to see for myself.

I received samples of both the Tangerine Cream Fusion and the Berry Cream Fusion. I was pleasantly surprised when I took my first dose! I tried the Tangerine Cream Fusion and it was yummy! It tastes like a creamsicle! I took 1 tablespoon in the morning before breakfast and 1 tablespoon before dinner. Although I haven’t taken SafSlim for very long, I have not felt that bloated feeling I despise. Because it’s all natural, I don’t feel anxiety about taking it, such as whether it’s going to affect my liver or if I’m suddenly going to have chest pain. SafSlim has simply become part of my diet.

In addition to the samples, I also received a book entitled, “Belly Fat Breakthrough!: Smart Science for Transforming Your Body” by Karlene Karst, Ph.D. Although a fairly small book, it is jam packed with information regarding hunger, fat, carbohydrates, and tips for losing weight.  I have read many diet books and articles, but I still learned a great deal from this little book!  I was particularly interested in reading about the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids.  I have had supplements sitting in my cabinet and I haven't taken care of them, but that's certainly going to change!

If you are interested in hearing more, check out Dr. Oz and Montel Williams discussing SafSlim:
http://www.doctoroz.com/videos/safflower-oil-bust-your-belly-pt-1.

The great news is that I have been offered the opportunity to host a giveaway for SafSlim! One Tidbits From A Mom reader will win TWO bottles of SafSlim! Please fill out the Rafflecopter form below to enter.


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*Disclaimer: I did not receive monetary compensation for this post.  I received free samples of this product for the purpose of this review.  The opinions expressed here are my own.

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14 comments:

  1. SafSlim is the first science-based solution that targets and reduces belly fat, the most dangerous fat on our body.

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  2. High-linoleic acid (HLA) has been studied1 and scientifically shown to support belly fat reduction.*

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  3. High-linoleic acid (HLA) has been studied1 and scientifically shown to support belly fat reduction

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  4. that I would have to take 8 soft gels a day of linoleic acid and only 2 table spoons of SafSlim a day

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  5. I learned that it also helps build muscles and bones!

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  6. I learned that GNC sells it and I just need 2 tablespoons a day.
    Connie Gruning
    CGruning at aol(dot)com

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  7. I learned that it is clinically tested and emulsified so it's easier to digest.

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  8. Stopping by from Pitch it to me.
    Minta

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  9. I have been taking the safflower gelcaps for a couple years, didn't realize that the liquid was more effective. Thank you. Laurie Adams,adamsfamily@peak.org

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  10. High-linoleic acid (HLA) has been studied and scientifically shown to support belly fat reduction.

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  11. The entire concept is fascinating--would love to try it to see if it really works! I like that it is all natural.

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  12. So how's it going with your trial?

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  13. Yes how is it going with your trial? That is the question of the day isn't' it?

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