Trimme, by Go Veda (also spelled Trïmme), is a capsule marketed for weight loss purposes which, according to the manufacturer, functions by increasing the fat burning abilities of the body while promoting “wellness by restoring internal balance”. It also claims that its side effects are reduced when compared to other similar weight loss products because of the inclusion of Pippali Fruit.
The marketing claims say that Trimme is both safe and effective and states that by using it, the individual will see a healthier, sexier body without having to suffer from the typical side effects of other drugs that include sweats, the jitters and a rapid heart rate. It is marketed to both men and women.
It should be noted that the side effects listed are all associated with stimulants such as caffeine and guarana (which are commonly used in weight loss supplements). The lack of those side effects is, therefore, less likely the inclusion of Pippali Fruit and more likely the simple fact that Trimme is stimulant-free.
One good thing to note about the supplement is that the manufacturer does disclose both the ingredients and the quantities of each ingredient within each capsule. Every pill contains guggul, Amla, belleric myrobalan, chebulic myrobalan and long pepper (pippali fruit).
Unfortunately, this drug’s formula has never been tested on humans in its entirety, so there cannot be any scientific or clinical support to the claims of the marketers. However, by revealing each of the ingredients, it is possible to look into their individual efficacy to see if any of that information can back up the marketing promises.
Guggul is an ingredient that has become very popular in many kinds of diet supplements. Its scientific name is Commiphora wightii and is a bush or shrub, from which the sap or resin is used. It has been used for a long time in central Asia for perfumes and incense that are said to ward away evil eye and bad spirits, and is important in traditional Hindu medicine. Though its triglycerides are known to help in the reduction of cholesterol, studies have yet to prove that it is effective in weight loss. When used in large doses, it can cause unpleasant side effects, so care should be taken to follow a doctor’s advice in its consumption.
Amla is an Indian Gooseberry’s fruit and though it contains more vitamin C than any other fruit and is therefore an important antioxidant, it has never been shown to actually aid with weight loss. Though it may help in anti-aging and could boost the immune system, it should be taken with caution as too-high doses of vitamin C can lead to unpleasant side effects such as diarrhea.
Belleric Myrobalan is simply a diuretic. Therefore, it temporarily flushes fluids from the tissues mimicking weight loss, though no fat has been lost and the water will rebuild with hydration.
Though Chebulic Myrobalan is known to be helpful with acid reflux, dysentery, liver and spleen issues, and dyspepsia, it is not known for weight loss benefits.
Long pepper (pippali fruit) has had some support in traditional medicine and science to say that it helps digestion and the metabolism. Further study is needed.
The review of ingredients found in Trimme diet pills suggests that this diet pill may provide some mild weight loss benefits, but likely won’t make too much impact on the body’s ability to burn fat. The positive is that Trimme are stimulant-free diet pills, so people with sensitivities to stimulants, such as caffeine, may prefer these over stronger weight loss products.
This being said, paying $49.95 USD (not including shipping and handling) for a 60-serving bottle of Trimme diet pills that will not likely help you to lose weight seems unrealistic. Particularly if you consider that you can take up to 4 pills a day, which would cost just shy of $100 USD for a months supply. This is very expensive for any diet pill.
Trimme Product Information
Suggested Use: No information for use was provided on the official website, however users claim to take 1-2 capsules twice daily.
Ingredients: (Serving Size: 1 capsule)
Caution: These statements about Trimme diet pills have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Trimme diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.Trimme,