Abidexin

Abidexin review
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Abidexin is a non-prescription weight loss pill that claims it can reduce appetite, burn body fat and increase metabolism. It is manufactured by NutriPharm, LLC. At the time this review was written, Phentermine was one of the diet pills the official product page compared to Abidexin.

The ingredients in the formula include: Caffeine Anhydrous, Green Coffee Bean, Green Select Phytosome Green Tea, Irvingia Gabonensis, Conezyme Q10. Each of these ingredients is commonly found in weight loss supplements because they are said to produce effective weight loss results.

For instance: Caffeine anhydrous is said to provide a quick energy boost, as well as promote mental focus and stimulate fat burning. Green Coffee Bean is said to cause weight loss by slowing down the release of glucose in the blood stream, helping to prevent the body from storing glucose as fat. Green Tea is said to help accelerate fat burning. Irvingia Gabonensis is believed to suppress the appetite and burn fat. Coenzyme Q10 helps to convert food into energy. It is a compound that naturally occurs within the body and can be found in every cell. It is believed to be a powerful anti-oxidant.

Each of the ingredients are listed and briefly discussed on the official page. However, while a few studies have been mentioned, no citations to these studies have been provided. Furthermore, none of these ingredients have been sufficiently tested and their effectiveness for causing or aiding in weight loss has not been clinically proven.

Abidexin is meant to be used in conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise to produce the most effective weight loss results.

At the time this review was written, Abidexin can be purchased from the official product website and came with a 90-day money-back guarantee. A single bottle (a one month supply) sells for $49.94. Different packages can be ordered and when two bottles are purchased together, one free bottle of Abidexin 72 Hour Cleanse is included. This is marketed as a detox diet pill that is taken with Abidexin and is supposed to improve the body’s metabolism by cleansing it of toxins.

Abidexin contains more than one stimulant in its ingredients. As such, this increases the risk of certain adverse side effects associated with stimulants that can include tremors, jitteriness, anxiety, headaches and insomnia. Due to the fact that this product contains caffeine it can also have a diuretic affect. This product may not be safe for everyone to take and should be avoided by those who suffer from high blood pressure or who have a heart condition. It is recommended that you speak to your healthcare provider before taking this diet pill.

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