ApidexTrim is a non-prescription weight loss pill that has been designed for women only, who are 18 years of age or older. The claim is that this product can help you lose weight through appetite suppression, boosting metabolism and encouraging the body to burn extra fat. More specifically, some of the effects that it can have on the body include a reduction in excessive eating, boost in energy, enhanced metabolism levels for more fat burning, and increased lean muscle.
The key ingredients in the formula include:
- Green Tea
Studies have found that green tea can lower the risk of heart disease, naturally boost energy, prevent cell damage, stimulate fat oxidation and increase metabolic rate. That said, while studies have shown that green tea extract can increase fat oxidation at rest and during exercise, these results have not been consistent.
Razberi-K is believed to lower the body’s fat absorption and enhance the process of fat elimination. Finally, Chocamine may improve attention span, problem solving skills and working memory.
In addition to these ingredients the supplement also contains several other substances, some of which, but not all, include:
- Ginger root
- Dona quai
- Fennel seed
- Soy isoflavones
- Damiana leaves
- Wild yarn root
The manufacturer claims on its website that the ingredients in ApidexTrim have been studied, tested, and clinically proven with zero adverse side effects. However, the only study that is mentioned on the site at the time this review was written is one in regard to Irvingia Gabonensis, which was said to have helped participants lose 28.1 pounds on average without them having to increase physical activity or make drastic dietary changes. That being said, no citation has been provided for this study and no other specific studies have been mentioned or referenced in regard to the other 21 ingredients within the formula. There are also no customer reviews or testimonials.
Additionally, the manufacturer has not made it clear why this specific formula is ideal for women who want to lose weight or why it might be more beneficial for them than men. Since this is the case, it can only be assumed that focus has been placed on women solely for marketing purposes, which doesn’t speak to the integrity of the product.
Caffeine is an Ingredient in this Product
This weight loss supplement does contain caffeine, which can cause negative side effects in those who are sensitive to it, such as:
- Mood changes
Furthermore, there is always a risk of side effects with any supplement that you take, regardless of how “natural” the ingredients or what the manufacturer may claim.
At the time this review was written, a one month supply (one bottle) of ApidexTrim is $49.99 on the product’s official website. However, it can also be obtained via other online sites. The manufacturer provides a 90-day money back guarantee of the product to users who try it and are not satisfied with the results. It is recommended that you follow dosage instructions when taking this product.
Before taking ApidexTrim it is advised that you first consult with your healthcare provider. Even though you think that this product may be ideal for you, it’s worth relaying your intentions to take it with your doctor, particularly if you currently have a health condition or are taking medications.
ApidexTrim Update February 2020
As of February 2020, ApidexTrim was no longer available for purchase online. This product, like many other OTC diet pills that have been marketing as alternatives to the prescription drug Adipex are currently out of stock online or have been discontinued. It is unknown if this product has been rebranded or if it will return to the market. For the time being there are other nonprescription diet pills available that can help you in your efforts to reach your weight loss goals.
Beware of Products that Claim to be Adipex Alternatives
Simply because a product claims that it is an alternative to Adipex or Phentermine or any other prescription diet drug – or if it is marketed in this way as is the case with ApidexTrim – this does not mean that it is effective for weight loss.
The reality is that there are no legitimate nonprescription alternatives to Adipex. Dietary supplements that have been developed as weight management aids are not FDA-approved, nor are they treatments for obesity or for being overweight. Do not make the assumption that because a manufacturer has made a claim that it is true. Always carefully analyze the ingredients. Even if the ingredients have been scientifically studied, this does not mean that they have been scientifically proven safe or effective for weight loss.