Adipovox diet pills are sold over the counter and marketed specifically to women dieters. They are sold for a markedly high $49.99 (at the time of this review), for a quantity that will last only a month. What seems questionable about these diet pills is that even the official website for the product calls its formula “controversial.”
That being said, one strong benefit of Adipovox is that its official manufacturer has a 90-day satisfaction guarantee.
Helping Women to Burn Fat
Adipovox comes in a capsule format and claims that it will help women to lose weight in two key ways:
- Burning fat
- Suppressing appetite
Its appetite suppressing properties supposedly allow its users to consume a lower number of calories without suffering from hunger pangs. If it does indeed work according to the manufacturer’s claims, then it helps to give the dieter an important advantage to overcome the struggles that are associated with dieting.
Adipovox Ingredients List
The “controversial” formula was composed of the following primary ingredients when this Adipovox review was written:
- Cuminum cyminum,
- Cissus quadrangularis,
- Green tea,
- African mango,
This nonprescription diet pill also contained a few other nutritional supplements, herbs and extracts.
It is interesting to note that, after examining this ingredients list, the formula of Adipovox is rather similar to another OTC weight management aid that is marketed as an Adipex alternative, called Adepix. As such, it is very likely that these two products are made by the same company.
A Closer Look at the “Controversial” Formula
Different claims have been made about these ingredients. Some of these include:
- Resveratrol is a substance that helps to provide an energy and endurance boost. Though this is not directly connected with weight loss, it may make it easier for the dieter to exercise without becoming overly fatigued.
- Cuminium is an ingredient that many people find to be very healthy, and it could have some cancer prevention properties, but it is not known to be connected with weight loss.
- Green tea, when used in adequate quantities, has been shown in clinical trials to help in fat burning. However, in the Adipovox formula, it is very low on the list, suggesting that there may not be enough of it to have the desired impact.
- African mango is an ingredient that many are claiming to be an appetite suppressant. Though studies have not yet proven this claim, there is anecdotal evidence that is suggesting that it could potentially have some effect.
Many of the other ingredients have a wide range of effects, from influencing blood glucose levels to reducing cholesterol. There are also a number of nutritional supplements, which are healthy but essentially unrelated to helping with weight loss.
Unproven and Not Necessarily Safe
Adipovox is described as being safe, though it has not received approval by the FDA, as it is considered to be a supplement, not a drug. It is not known whether or not this pill could benefit male dieters as it is recommended and marketed exclusively to women.
Moreover, simply because a manufacturer declares their product safe does not make it so. Without solid scientific proof, the safety of this product is not known and cannot be guaranteed.
Since this is the case, it is strongly recommended that you first speak with your healthcare provider before you consider taking Adipovox. This is particularly prudent for women who are pregnant, nursing or planning on becoming pregnant.
Additionally, as it is not known if this supplement may interact negatively with other health conditions or medications, be sure to inform your doctor if you have an existing health condition or if you have recently or are currently taking any medications to treat a health issue.
UPDATE July 2019: Adipovox appears to no longer exist. The official site is gone and this product can no longer be found to buy online. This diet pill seems to have been discontinued.