I’m Chris and I am a personal trainer in Southern California.
I frequently get a lot of questions about diet pills and if they work or not. In particular, I’ve received a lot of questions in regards to the ace diet pills. I hadn’t heard of these pills at first, so I decided to end up ordering them and try for myself.
Before we get into the nitty gritty, I want to clear up one thing about diet pills. There seems to be a big misconception about whether or not all pills are a scam.
I always read things like “THERE IS NO WAY A DIET PILL WORKS!!!!!!” But really it couldn’t be further from the truth. So lets get one thing out of the way…
There ARE diet pills that are complete fakes, however there are also ones that actually do work.
These are the pills that can suppress your appetite & increase your energy.
There’s a reason that the best weight loss pills like Phentermine & Adipex require a prescription. Because they super effective in suppressing appetite. These pills are for people who are significantly obese actually help people who are obese lose weight. You can read more about it over at WEB MD if you’d like.
The thing is though, is that these pills aren’t readily prescribed to people who aren’t obese. So if you’re someone who’s just overweight, then your doctor isn’t going to prescribe it to you.
So that’s that…Let’s get into the actual review and see if these Ace pills work or not.
Before ordering I decided to do some research on the product. Pretty much all the reviews were just so fake – lol. Like it’s bad…Basically these Ace pills are made by a company called Saba. Their marketing is done through getting “associates” to go out and sell their product.
One of the ways they will do this is by putting up “ace pills reviews” and saying that they work. In turn, they sell you the pill from their website or redirect you to a place that does. In turn, they make a commission.
So already, I wasn’t feeling good about this. But I’ve gotten too many questions about them, so I figured…I have to get them and give my followers an answer!
I ended up ordering the 30 day supply of the Pills. I decided to use Amazon cause it was a little cheaper than the packages they were offering on their website. Plus, their website is pretty awful.
Essentially they try to sell you to buy a “starter kit”. This starter kit has a booklet, energy packets, and pills priced at $60+. When I checked on Amazon it was only $44.00 – so duh…I want to save 15 bucks because I personally felt the energy packets are a sham and let’s be real, I don’t need a booklet or any other upsells – just wanted to see if the pills work or not…
My First Day
I received the pills within a couple of days and we were off…I followed the instructions that came with them of course…
I ate a decent sized breakfast (2 eggs, toast, and bacon-to be exact) and took the pill, as I typically do when testing a pill for the first time.
What Am I Looking For?
I look for two things and based upon these 2 things I can tell immediately if the pill is going to work or not:
- Does it suppress my appetite?
If a pill can suppress your appetite, this obviously means you’re consuming less calories, which means you can lose weight pretty much immediately. You definitely want this.
- Does it give me energy?
Another thing I look for is if it gives me energy. I want to feel energized.
So What Happened That Day?
Unfortunately around lunchtime I was already getting pretty hungry, just as I usually do. As for the energy, I felt the same if not tired from a previous night of bad sleep.
The Rest of the Week
Well, I’m not just gonna go one day and call it quits. I ended up taking it for the rest of the week and can report similar results. It just didn’t seem to do either of the two things that make weight pills works.
CONSENSUS: ACE DIET PILLS DO NOT WORK.
You’re better off using Phentramin-D. It’s very similar to the prescription drug, Phentermine. I’ve found it to be effective and it actually suppresses your appetite. Go here to read my review on it.
It’s pretty unfortunate that weight loss pill doesn’t work. These pills are the reason that everyone always says they don’t work.
This pill falls has”too good to be true” and sham written all over it. Another note…If you take a look at the ingredients, it’s all the most popular weight loss treatments, like raspberry ketone, green tea extract, etc… jammed into a pill – lol what a joke. SHAM. SHAM. SHAM.