I recently came across this question (claim) by Apidexin so I decided to do a little research on it to find out.
Their website states that they “set out to create the world’s strongest fat burner – Even stronger than Prescription Weight Loss Medications. In order to accomplish this tremendous feat we had to use ingredients that were: 1. Clinically Proven 2. Patented or Patent-Pending 3. And Produce Visible Results Fast!”
Obviously I agree that any weight loss supplement should have clinically proven ingredients but most companies out there like to stretch the truth about their “clinically proven” results.
Let’s take a look at the ingredients and see if it passes the test.
- Fucoxanthin – Most commonly found in brown sea weed and is used widely in Asian cuisine. Only research I could find was on obese mice which showed to have some positive effects.
- Razberi-K – Found in raspberries hence the name and has been shown in certain studies to aid in weight loss.
- Guggul EZ 100 – There is a small amount of evidence that indicates guggulsterones may also have value as a fat burner but the clinical studies are limited. More research is needed.
- Thermodiamine – Comes from a Chinese fruit that some claim burns fat by increasing the body’s production of heat, as well as reducing the body’s ability to store fat. Animal studies show some potential for Thermodiamine but more human trials need to be done.
- Forslean – Animal studies and research has shown that Forslean helps to reduce body weight and body fat. One study on humans showed that it helps mitigate weight gain in overweight females with apparently no clinically significant side effects.
- Lipolide SC – Increases the burning of fat by increasing your body’s thyroid hormone levels. Limited research at this time.
- Infinergy DiCaffeine Malate – Caffeine has been used for a long time as a weight loss aid and is a very common ingredient in many diet pills with a well established research history.
- Bioperine – Helps to increase the bioavailability of nutrients.
Apidexin Review Conclusion:
So the question remains “Can You Imagine Losing 4-7 Pounds Per Week Effortlessly?”
As usual the marketing does not live up to the hype. It’s possible that Apidexin may have good potential as a weight loss supplement but I am not sold on their claim of losing 4-7 pounds per week effortlessly.
If you have tried it or you want to try Apidexin let me know what your results are.
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