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SafSlim by Re-Body

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If you are a regular reader you know that I have been in a constant struggle to get healthy and lose these last 10 pounds.  a little while back I was given the chance to review a product I had not heard of before. SafSlim by Re-Body is a supplement that is naturally derived to help with that stubborn belly fat. I received a three day supply so I am not sure how it would have worked for me, what I can tell you is how I felt about the product and how it made me feel.

I received the on the go packages which was really handy for me while I was at work. It is also available in bottle that you can measure on your own. The taste was great, I received the Tangerine Cream Fusion which to me was very fresh. While the on the go packets are only available in tangerine the supplement comes in 3 flavors which are tangerine, pina colada, and berry which purchased in the bottle. I love that you only have to take one tablespoon of this supplement before a meal, so even it is was bad you wouldn't be stuck like with many supplements choking it down. Depending on your step in your weightless plan and your seriousness the value could be hit and miss. For me in my last stubborn 10 pounds there is days that the $57 a month is well worth it!
Here is some more information I found on their site that can help you to understand JUST how this supplement works. It isn't rocket science, but it is pure science ;)

The Science:

**High linoleic safflower oil  has been shown to reduce belly fat, maintain HDL (the good) cholesterol already within normal range, and increase a fat-burning hormone adiponectin that helps your body process calories. These results were found in a double-blinded Ohio State University crossover study conducted with 55 overweight, post-menopausal women with high blood sugar comparing high linoleic safflower oil with conjugated linoleic acid. The participants showed an average reduction of 6.3 percent belly fat and an average increase of 20.3 percent in adiponectin, an important belly fat hormone!  

*I received the above mentioned product in order to write this review. Regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.**

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