For those who want to lose weight but are wary of diet pills, SuppressMint promises to be an easier and safer solution. Just place a microtab on your cheek and experience less hunger, fewer cravings, and freshen breath while you’re at it.

At least, that’s what the manufacturers say about SuppressMint. But is weight loss really as easy as a breath mint?

Let’s take a closer look at SuppressMint to find out.

SuppressMint Ingredients

A full ingredient list has not been released yet, but we do know the main ingredients.

Chromium Picolinate: Found naturally in foods, chromium is often supplemented as an appetite suppressant. This is because chromium regulates blood glucose levels, thus improving insulin resistance.

With a higher sensitivity to insulin, you experience fewer cravings, which leads to weight loss. Insulin regulation is especially beneficial in terms of weight loss for people with type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. [1]

Xylitol: Xylitol is a low calorie artificial sweetener. While it isn’t calorie-free, xylitol has fewer calories than real sugar – 2.4 calories versus 3.87 calories per gram. This difference may seem insignificant, but it amounts to 38% fewer calories than breath mints with regular sugar.

Xylitol is ideal in a breath mint because it kills bacteria that cause halitosis, or bad breath. Xylitol prevents the growth of several common germs, such as haemophilus influenza, streptococcus pneumonia and yeast.

Why Finding Information on SuppressMint Is Difficult

If your research for SuppressMints is coming up dry, it is probably because this is a brand new product. In fact, the official SuppressMint website is not fully developed yet. Sit tight, and the site will probably be up and filled with information in a few weeks.

We aren’t left completely clueless about this unique weight loss aid, though. SuppressMint microtabs are manufactured by Neuora Microceuticals. While we don’t know much about this new company, it has already made a name for itself in developing groundbreaking products.

Are SuppressMint Tabs Easy to Use?

To use SuppressMint microtabs, simply put the tab on your tongue to moisten it, then stick it to your gums near the back of your mouth. It does not matter whether you choose the right side or left, the top gums or bottom. Just choose a place you will be able to leave it alone.

SuppressMint tabs work best when left alone, so don’t chew them, suck on them, or use your tongue to play with them. The tabs have extended time-release technology which helps them dissolve slowly over the course of two hours during the day, and up to eight hours at night.

Do SuppressMint Microtabs Really Work?

Because SuppressMint is such a new product, there are virtually no customer reviews or testimonials thus far. This makes it difficult to know whether or not they are an effective appetite suppressant.

However, research supports claims that chromium acts as an appetite suppressant, so SuppressMint tabs should work.

SuppressMint Price

SuppressMint microtabs are available from the official site,, and through Each container comes with 100 microtabs. Depending on how often you use them, one package can last for several weeks.

Is SuppressMint the Appetite Suppressant For You?

The bottom line is that with limited information and no customer reviews, it is unclear whether SuppressMint microtabs work. But if fresh breath and weight loss are a concern for you, SuppressMint may be a good option.

At around $40 for 100 microtabs, you won’t break the bank if you buy SuppressMints and they don’t work. If you do give them a try, be sure to leave your opinion in a comment below!


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  1. by Kim Ausen

    I “thought” or was under the impression that I had ordered the “diet” version of the breath mints but received the breath mint version only. Disappointed, I was going to try and test the new amazing mint I am not sure if I can give an accurate recommendation to friends and family with just the breath mint.

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[1] Masharani, U, Nolte, M. “Chromium and Insulin Resistance.” University of California, San Francisco. February 2009. Available from: