It's a drink that supposedly blocks up to 66% of the carbs that we eat. It's iced tea that comes in two flavors, lemon and apple. Its main ingredient is white bean extract, a preparation that, according to studies, prevents the enzyme Amylase from breaking down carbohydrates into absorbable glucose components.
We tried Carb Trim and drank a glass everyday for 10 days, before a carb-filled meal. We were expecting something to happen to our poop (where else will the unbroken carbs go?). Surprisingly, we saw no change. We just became gassy and peed a lot.
Did we lose weight after drinking Carb Trim? No. Not a single pound. So we wondered: does Carb Trim really work? Is the ten-day period too short? Or maybe we're eating just the right amount of carbs, that there's nothing to block? We must admit, we became suspicious.
Nevertheless, we enjoyed drinking Carb Trim. Both flavors were delicious. The fruity flavors were pronounced. The sweetness was also just right.
Carb Trim is available at leading supermarkets and drugstores.