The Apidexin product was designed to help both men and women to lose between four and seven pounds within the span of a week. It does recommend healthy eating and regular daily exercise throughout the time that these supplements are being used. One bottle contains 60 pills. As the directions say that two must be taken every day (one a half hour before breakfast and another one a half hour before lunch) one bottle will provide a month of supplements.
This product comes with an exceptionally large price tag when compared to many other popular weight loss supplements, as a one month supply of Apidexin is advertised to retail at $99.95 at the time of this review. However, the website says that you save $50, so actually the price is $49.95. Thus, it can be assumed that the exhorbitant price of $99.95 per bottle is just a marketing ploy to make you think you are getting a good deal in the end.
The primary ingredients in the Apidexin formula include; Irvingia Gabonensis, Cissus Quadrangularis, Alchemilla vulgaris, Olea europaea, Cuminum cyminum and Mentha longifolia and caffeine anhydrous. These ingredients are almost identical to two other similar products, with the same marketing and likely same manufacturer, called Adepix and Adipovox. Like these other two diet pills, the marketing for the ingredients is mostly just hype. The only ingredient known to cause any benefit for weight loss is the caffeine, and without knowing how much is in the formula, it is impossible to know if it will help or not.
The manufacturer claims that as a whole, the formula will help to increase the metabolism, burn faster and more effectively, maintain lean muscle tissue, regulate blood sugar levels, and encourage thermogenesis. Though they do state that the product itself is “clinically proven,” there are no posted clinical trials or research on the official website, nor do they cite any specific published studies.
Among the advantages of Apidexin are that it can be purchased without having to obtain a doctor’s prescription. Also, as it has eight primary active ingredients, if it actually works as it claims, it helps a dieter in many different ways for losing weight.
There are, however, drawbacks to using Apidexin, as well. Among them are that there is no actual clinical data offered by the manufacturer on the official website to back up its claims. Furthermore, there are very few customer testimonials to show that real individuals have been satisfied with their results.