Adiporexin is an over the counter formula marketed toward individuals who would like some additional help in burning off the excess fat that is stored on their bodies. It targets both men and women and costs $74.99 per bottle – a very high price when compared to other nonprescription supplements of this nature.
Though there is an official website for Adiporexin, it does not provide a list of the ingredients contained within the formula. This is not an attractive feature in a supplement, as it does not allow the dieter to decide whether he or she feels that the ingredients are appropriate for his or her use, and it does not let him or her decide whether or not it should be deemed potentially effective. This also increase the risk of accidental allergic reaction, conflicts with other drugs or supplements, or problems with medical conditions that are irritated by certain substances.
The manufacturers of Adiporexin claim that if it is taken daily, then it will help the body to burn additional fat away. It also claims that it will provide an energy boost, that it will increase the metabolism, that it will burn fat cells, metabolize carbohydrates, decrease cholesterol levels, and will encourage a more effective use of consumed foods by the body.
It should be pointed out that the Adiporexin formula contains caffeine, which means that it should not be taken late in the day or sleeplessness can result. This also makes it inappropriate for individuals who have sensitivities to stimulants.
Other ingredients listed in the formula, which have been identified on third party distributors’ website, are: green tea, brown seaweed, and protease.
Green tea is an antioxidant ingredient that contains caffeine and that helps the body to lower its cholesterol levels and fight free radicals. It has been shown in some studies to help with some weight loss when combined with a healthy diet and exercise program, but it must be included in very high quantities in order to be effective. It is unknown if there is enough in this formula to produce the desired results.
Brown seaweed is an ingredient used under claims that it helps to promote weight reduction and that it burns fats. Protease is a form of enzyme that encourages the body to use its food more efficiently so that better nutrition is achieved. According to the Adiporexin manufacturer, neither these nor any of the other ingredients in the formula are associated with any strong side effects.
Among the advantages of Adiporexin are that the ingredients are available on distributor websites and that it is available in a capsule form that is easy to take with water. It is also conveniently available without a prescription.
The drawbacks of Adiporexin are that it is quite expensive, especially when compared to other products with similar ingredients. There is no clinical research to show that this formula will result in weight loss.