Apidextra is a non-prescription diet pill that is supposedly a “clinical strength weight loss supplement” that delivers fast powerful weight loss results. It has been designed to burn fat, suppress appetite, and amplify metabolism.
According to the official product page for Apidextra, the formula contains five powerful and scientifically proven ingredients. These include: Greenselect Phytosome Green Tea, Irvingia Gabonensis, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Coenzyme Q10, and Caffeine Anyhdrous. However, at the time this review was written, the amounts of each ingredient contained within the formula and whether or not there are other ingredients was not provided on the site.
While it is true that the ingredients found within Apidextra have been scientifically tested, they have not been clinically proven to be effective for weight loss. That being said, according to the official Apidextra site, some research has found that green tea extract can boost metabolism in some people and help with fat burning. Irvingia Gabonensis showed in one study that it has the potential to burn fat and reduce appetite. Green coffee bean is believed to be an effective fat burner and boosts fat metabolism. Coenzyme Q10 supposedly increases metabolic rate and burns calories. Caffeine anhydrous can provide an energy boost and suppress appetite in some people.
Thus, while some of these ingredients do show some promise in terms of being beneficial in assisting certain individuals in losing weight, there is no solid evidence that proves them to be effective. Therefore, while the official product page for Apidextra proclaims “The fact is Apidextra works!” and that the “formula is even more powerful than the most prescribed diet pills that work,” these statements lack credibility because they are not based on anything. The diet pill itself has never been tested.
As for side effects, the main concern is that the formula contains more than one stimulant, which can increase the risk of insomnia, jitters, sleep disturbances, mood swings, etc. For this reason, anyone who takes this product should avoid ingesting other products with stimulants and should refrain from taking this product too close to bedtime to avoid problems. That being said, prior to using this product, it would be wise to play it safe and consult with your healthcare provider.
When this review was written, a one-month supply of Apidextra containing 60 capsules cost $49.95 and came with a 90-day money-back guarantee. Users are instructed to take 1 to 2 capsules daily: one capsule before breakfast and one capsule before lunch or before exercise.