56-Pack: Delgada Pumpkin Spice Latte Premium Slimming Instant Coffee Sachets
- Just 10 calories per cup, so you get a rich creamy brew without maxing out your suggested daily intake of sugar
- A whole bunch of reishi, which is sometimes called “Nature’s Xanax” (but the coffee won’t taste like mushrooms)
- You should probably read up about Garcinia Cambogia, the weight loss supplement in here, to make sure it’s right for you
- Can it make margaritas: this stuff is pumpkin spice flavored, so, seasonally-speaking, it doesn’t quite work
- Best by 8/31/2023
Pumpkin Spice, Oh So Nice
There are 10 calories in each cup of this stuff, which is nice. Because sometimes you want a little bit of that sweet, decadent pumpkin spice latte flavor without all those sweet, decadent pumpkin spice latte calories.
It’s also loaded with Reishi, which is sometimes called “Nature’s Xanax” and “The Mushroom of Immortality.” Sounds pretty rad, huh?
And yet, it’s not called ‘low-calorie coffee,’ or ‘mushroom coffee,’ or ‘nutrient-rich coffee.’ It’s called ‘slimming coffee.’ This is because it contains ‘Garcinia Cambogia.’ What is ‘Garcinia Cambogia,’ you ask? It’s a fruit that’s believed to help with appetite control and weight loss.
Does it actually work? Depends on who you ask.
Reading reviews over on this stuff’s Amazon page, the answer would seem to be yes. After all, it earns a rating of 4.2 out of 5 based on a respectable 831 reviews, with most of the positive ones stating exactly that: it helped the reviewer curb their appetite.
Other sources, like WebMD, have different thoughts:
Does [Garcinia Cambogia] live up to its hype? Maybe a little, but it might not be worth it.
The article goes on to discuss the weight-loss-related claims as well as possible side effects.
Perhaps the most interesting and straightforward information we found was this listicle from Healthline, 29 Things You Didn’t Know About Garcinia Cambogia. In it, they thoroughly explain what the stuff is, the results of some studies, and how it got so popular.
Now, if you’ve used stuff like this before, you know this is a lot of it for not much money. If you think this kind of thing is pure hucksterism, well, we’re not sure why we’re even addressing you; you probably left the site as soon as you saw the words ‘slimming coffee.’
So, we’re mostly speaking to the curious but unconvinced. And our sales pitch is basically this: take a look, do a little reading, and decide if this is something you want to try. If it’s not, no worries. But if you want to give it a go, then, as stated above, this is a darn good deal.