I was compensated for this review. All opinions are my own.
Hey, have you heard about Chromium Picolinate? I remember first hearing about it about 15 years ago. I was given a bottle of supplements, I was told they would assist with weight loss, and I gave ’em a shot. They didn’t work then.
But what if you combined the appetite-suppressing power of chromium picolinate with a breath mint that lasts three hours? I mean, surely you won’t want to eat when there’s a breath mint dissolving in your mouth, right?
Oh, I wish I could tell you great stories about SuppressMints. But I have to be honest: While it is amazing as a breath mint, it tastes great and it does last a while, there are other characteristics that just place this in my giant file of failed weight-loss miracles.
Here’s how the SuppressMint works: Pop a tiny, dot-sized mint into your mouth. Wet it with your tongue. Then, using your tongue, you move the mint up to a place along your gumline. Then wait as the mint adheres to your gumline and dissolves into this opaque gel for over the next three hours. I hope I have pictured for you how unattractive this is.
I have tried these mints many times over the past several weeks. In the morning after breakfast. In the middle of the day in lieu of lunch. At night after I’ve taken my medication and when I know I have the worst snack cravings. These did nothing to curb cravings. Nothing. Not for lack of trying. All I found myself doing was having troubles drinking and eating. It just isn’t fun with these. I may use them again as mints, but that’s where it ends.
I always wish that these weight-loss and appetite-curbing remedies will work, but rarely do I find that to be the case. If you want to try these, they are available for purchase on SuppressMint.Com for $19.95 for the first month’s supply (100 mints) at $19.95. But I recommend saving your money – keep good foods around, and burn more calories than you consume.