Once upon a time, Ultimate Trim was the ”ultimate stimulant free fat burner helping you to lose 20 pounds fast.” Once upon a time, we all seemed to think that Ultimate Trim was equipped for only the best possible weight loss results.
But a lot of things have changed since Ultimate Trim’s not so humble beginnings. Ultimate Trim has toned a lot of details down, and in all honesty, the site is the definition of vague at best. Yes, it has supposed success stories and details on how one user supposedly lost “43 pounds of stubborn fat.” But it doesn’t actually tell you how Ultimate Trim works anymore.
How Does Ultimate Trim Work?
Luckily, the Ultimate Trim advertising wasn’t always this way. At one point, makers did reveal the details, which is where we get the ingredients list. Ultimate Trim ingredients include Caffeine, Caralluma fimbriata, Green tea leaf extract, Cocoa extract, Cayenne fruit extract, Slimaluma, Senna leaf, Chamomile flower, Peppermint leaf, Barberry, Cinnamon bark, Fennel seed, Ginger root, Licorice root, Milk thistle seed, Passion fruit, and Rhubarb stem.
Yes, Ultimate Trim has some weight loss ingredients such as cocoa extract, cayenne pepper, slimaluma, and caffeine. But Ultimate Trim has just as many, if not more, ingredients that actually have nothing to do with weight loss! And it combines all ingredients, effective or not, into now undisclosed proprietary blends.
Proprietary blends of any kind guarantee that you probably won’t get the clinically proven amounts, therefore most likely not losing weight. But you can still experience side effects, mostly jitters and other side effects commonly associated with caffeine.
Ultimate Trim has to promise powerful weight loss results. Otherwise, it just doesn’t work. But as it turns out, Ultimate Trim doesn’t actually have the clinically proven results you should be able to expect. Unfortunately, Ultimate Trim has shown itself a few times over to be a waste of time and money, and even with adjusted advertising, it’s still the same old product.