As Slim As Possible is a nonprescription supplement product created and marketed by a company called Youngevity. That company sells a range of different types of health and wellness supplements to a number of different countries. The company is located in Chula Vista, California.
The product may find itself in the diet pill category, but As Slim As Possible (also known as ASAP) is actually a formula that comes in the form of a drop. It is a liquid that is meant to be consumed three times per day in order to be able to obtain its benefits.
The formula is made of: resveratrol, picamilon, epimedium extract, tribulus terrestris, L-glutamine, L-carnitine, L-arginine HCL, vitamin B12, vitamin and niacin. Clearly, there is not a single ingredient on this list that has been proven effective for directly resulting in weight loss. That doesn’t necessarily mean that it won’t work, but what it does mean is that there has yet to be any research that would indicate that it will work, how much is required to make it effective or if there is any risk of side effects (and how much is required in order to cause those side effects).
To use the product, the directions on the package recommend that the user dispense the drops under the tongue and hold them there for about five minutes before swallowing. This is meant to allow the drops to absorb within the mouth. The user must then wait a minimum of fifteen minutes before eating or drinking anything.
While that sounds simple enough, customer comments posted online have complained that it is very difficult not to swallow for a span of five minutes and that they sometimes did so out of reflex even when they were trying not to.
The supplement claims to be able to promote the release of adipose fat cells by the body in order to make them easier to burn. This product has been around since 2012 and has racked up a huge number of customer comments on various different sites online. Unfortunately, there are a very large number of comments about this product that do not place it in a positive light. Complaints range from dieters feeling that they are unable to actually use the product according to the directions to people who felt that it was exceptionally expensive and that they didn’t obtain any results that would justify the cost – or any results at all.