Modere Trim Review

Does Modere Trim Work?

Updated 10th April 2023

Fact Checked By Dr Mark Watson

Is Modere Trim Any Good?

Avoid Modere, the product is pretty much a waste of time and money. There we go, that's our Modere trim review over, just kidding, but we could pretty much sum up the entire review in that sentence. The main thing is that the ingredients in Modere Trim are not going to do much other than maybe give you an upset stomach, which we suppose, could support weight loss. But, other than that, there's really nothing in here that's going to help you lose weight. Most of the ingredients in modere trim do nothing for weight loss, and are generally better for your skin, but don't really do much else.

Perhaps the Xanthan gum, if it was in substantially higher doses could suppress appetite, that said if you're looking for something to help weight loss by supressing hunger, get a fat burner that contains glucomannan, as it will work the same way as the Xanthan gum, but more effectively (in a lot of countries it's actually the only ingredient advertisers can claim works this way) and as an added bonus isn't going to make you feel sick or cause substantial bloating. We'd recommend hourglass fit or leanbean for this instead.

In short, don't buy Modere Trim, get a weight loss supplement that actually works instead. And if you're not convinced yet, then let's get down to the review.

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What Does Modere Trim Claim To Do?

Modere Trim claims that it can help speed up fat metabolism, improve muscle tone, and help you lose weight. It can do none of these things. (Excluding any placebo effect that it may have). The so called weight loss aid is probably one of the worst supplements we've seen. As of right now we'd only rate one product we've ever reviewed worse than Modere Trim. Please do not buy this product. It is completely terrible at everything it claims to help with.

Is Modere Trim Any Good For Anything?

No, absolutely nothing, perhaps a paperweight or a doorstop. 

Modere Trim Review FAQ

We answer some of the most commonly asked questions about Modere Trim.

Customers Modere Trim Reviews

It's hard to find any legitimate customer reviews of Modere Trim as it seems to have been pulled from 3rd party review sites and amazon (always a great sign), but those that do exist seem to be 2* or below, to which we can't really say we're surprised Modere Trim is a terrible product. There were however 100s of complaints across various forums with lots of people echoing our sentiments that Modere Trim has done absolutely nothing. 

Modere Trim Side Effects

Nausea, indigestion and our personal favorite for weight loss supplements, bloating.... Yes bloating, there's a good chance Modere Trim will have the opposite effect that you're after.

What's In Modere Trim?

Nothing of substance that's for sure. If you're this far into our review and want to get to the details then let's go through everything we hated about Modere Trim. We really tried to find something good to say in our Modere Trim review, but honestly, it just wasn't possible.

Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) - There absolutely zero evidence to suggest that CLA is effective as an ingredient to reduce fat cell formation as claimed by Modere Trim. There has been one study to suggest it is effective at doing this in animals, however, when tested in humans it showed absolutely no effect at improving fat metabolism. As you can see this is not a good start for the rather lofty modere trim claims. There's basically nothing to suggest that CLA works for weight loss in humans and the only benefit has been seen in mice, in very high volumes in proportion to body weight. There is nowhere near enough to give any indication that it would work in modere trim for weight loss. [1] [2]

Liquid Biocell - This is a blend of Hyaluronic acid and collagen, those ingredients that are great in a moisturiser, but they do nothing for fat reduction or weight loss. There's also limited evidence to suggest they even improve skin health when ingested over being applied topically. So, here we have another failed choice that's just been included because it sounds good. There is litterally no evidence to hyalorinic acid helping weight loss, and there are quite a lot of anecdotal cases of people complaining about weight gain. As for collagen, there have been a couple of studies, but nothing substantial. [3]

Vegetable Glycerin - And here we have an ingredient that belongs in shampoo, or toothpaste. It does function as a mild diuretic, so you could lose a little bit of water weight, but that's only going to last until you get thirsty. [4]

Cocoa - Ok, so whilst cocoa probably doesn't sound good, there is some evidence to suggest it can help with craving suppression, it's no 5htp like you'd find in a proper weight loss supplement mind. 

Xanthan Gum - Typically an ingredient found in weight loss shakes to bulk them up and make them thicker without adding calories, it can help suppress appetite, but it's far less effective than glucomannan which expands to 50X it's size. [5]

Citric Acid - A manufactured preservative, no functional use for weight loss, it does stop things being to sweet though....

Mixed Tocopherols - This is a fancy name for vitamin E which is good for skin, but not for weight loss. Again we're really not sure what Modere Trim are trying to do here, but it really doesn't seem like they're actually making a weight loss supplement. It's no surprise that modere trim reviews that weren't clearly paid for are not too positive. 

Sunflower Seed Oil - This is actually just adding a lot of calories to the drink, with once again absolutely no benefit for fat metabolism, weight loss, or anything else that modere trim claims. 

Rebaudioside A - So this does actually have some minimal use in craving reduction as it helps regulate blood sugar, but it's mostly a sweetenter more commonly known as stevia, this is common place in a lot of diet drinks. [6]

So, as you can see what we have here in Modere Trim is basically a list of ingredients that either serve no function in fat metabolism, and would look more at home in a diet soda. Modere Trim serves quite literally no benefit in weight loss beyond that. We can't possibly recommend this, and the only people who do are either experiencing a placebo effect, and feeling less hungry as a result (there's an interesting study on something like this, people who told they're getting a high calorie shake reported feeling fuller for longer than people getting the same shake and being told it's low calorie), so it's possible that people believing it's helping them feel full will. But, Modere Trim is an expensive way to do that especially compared against something that actually works. 

Modere Trim Review Conclusion

Don't buy Modere Trim, this is a scam product, with no scientific backing at all. The product is more likely to make you gain weight and all of it's claims around weight loss, breaking down fat cells or improving muscle tone are garbage. It would likely be more effective at making you look toned if you rubbed it on your skin to be completely honest. CLA actively causes bloating as a common side effect meaning that even if you do manage to drop some water weight through the glycerine, you're going to look worse anyway. And if that wasn't bad enough the price tag on Modere Trim is an absolute joke. It's one of the most expensive fat burning supplements that we've reviewed.

If you want an effective appetite suppressant try hourglass fit or something from our best fat burners for women list instead, that actually works pretty well. The glucomannan is effective at supressing hunger and the 5HTP works well for cravings. It's also designed to not cause bloating in women, so comparatively you'll be way better off. 

Criteria Rating
Appetite Supressant 1/10
Thermogenic Boost 1/10
Energy Boost 1/10
Customer Satisfaction 1/10
Ingredients Quality 1/10
Value 1/10
Recommended 1/10

Fact Checked By Dr Mark Watson MD

Dr Mark Watson is the founder of Center TRT, having graduated from stamford more than 20 years ago, he is an expert in the field of supplemental health, focusing on long term benefits of complimenary treatment. View Profile