AtraFen is a weight loss dietary supplement that claims it can help you burn calories even when you’re at rest and help you burn even more calories when you exercise. It supposedly produces a strong thermogenic response in the body to increase core temperature and fry calories. It is also supposed to function as an appetite suppressant and help to balance hormones, both of which can be very beneficial to a person seeking to lose weight and sustain long term success.
AtraFen’s proprietary formula contains a proprietary blend of . One capsule makes up one serving size and each serving is 600mg of the proprietary blend.
The good news is that this weight loss product contains caffeine anhydrous, and green tea (which also contains caffeine). Some research has shown that caffeine can be beneficial in helping people burn more fat when they combine caffeine with physical activity. That said, in spite of this promising research, it is important to point out that just because something has the potential to burn more fat, this doesn’t mean that it contributes to measureable weight loss.
AtraFen also has many ingredients high in antioxidants including raspberry ketones, acai fruit, grapefruit and green tea. A diet that is high in antioxidants and low in sugar can help with weight loss by minimizing triglyceride levels among other benefits. Foods that are high in antioxidants are typically very good for your overall health and can help you slim down, especially when combined with regular exercise.
Kelp is believed to help balance PH levels and apple cider vinegar is believed to help prevent the digestion of starches (carbs). As for resveratrol, it is thought to block a cellular process that enables fat cells to develop.
The bad news about AtraFen is that – despite claims made on Amazon and by reviewers that it is free of side effects– there is the potential for unpleasant side effects when taking this supplement. For starters, it contains caffeine, which can cause insomnia, anxiety, headache, jitters, digestive upset and other unpleasant effects. What’s more troubling is that there is no way to know how much caffeine is actually in the product because the 600mg per serving includes the entire propriety blend.
Furthermore, all the positive weight loss claims that have been made about each of these ingredients are not supported by sufficient clinical evidence. Since AtraFen itself has never been clinically tested there is zero guarantee that this product will do anything for your weight loss efforts or your health.
At the time that this review was written, a single bottle containing 60 capsules cost $39.99.
It is recommended that you first speak with your healthcare provider before taking AtraFen.