Choose a name for a weight loss pill that connotes thinness (in this case, anorexia) and pack the pill with nine patented proprietary blends. What do you have? A bang-up product that just screams, “How can I not totally work for you?!”
How Anoretix Busts Excess Weight:
Stuffed to the brim with a combination of patented weight loss formulas, Anoretix is a fat burner, calorie restrictor and a carb blocker all rolled into one. The ingredient formulas that make up Anoretix have each, on their own, proven their effectiveness in weight reduction. Get them to work in concert and you have one powerful weight loss supplement.
It is easy to believe Anoretix as a potent supplement. With formulas present mostly in ones or twos in other diet pills, this supplement packs all nine in; so if its claims say the results are better than Ephedra, Phentermine and Alli, they may just be so. A result of twelve pounds gone in two weeks is nothing to smirk about; in fact, it may just be a tad too fast a loss.
What’s In A Pill:
A high content of over 1,540 milligrams of nine proprietary blends are what’s in it:
ChromeMate® regulates insulin, blood sugar and cholesterol levels to improve metabolism
Super Citrimax® is an appetite suppressor that also works to increase serotonin, the “feel good” neurotransmitter which regulates the dieter’s mood swings and therefore his binge-eating habits.
Tonalin® works to reduce body fat, increases or maintains lean muscle mass to improve metabolic rate. This ingredient has been clinically tested and seen to promote ten percent fat reduction and preventing its regain.
Advantra Z® is a fat burning ingredient made from bitter orange extract. Although it has thermogenic properties of ephedra, it does not generally produce side effects involving blood pressure that ephedra does. Advantra Z is actually the patented name of synephrine. One must be cautioned, however, that synephrine may be habit forming although there are no conclusive tests yet at this point in time.
NeOpuntia® is a fat blocker which prevents fat from being absorbed by the intestines. Because this ingredient blocks the absorption of fat, fat sloughs off naturally out the gastric system.
Phase 2® is a white bean extract which blocks the conversion of carbohydrates into fat. The ingredient has tested safe in an LD 50 Acute Toxicity Study done in Secaucus, NJ in 2002.
ForsLean® is derived from the coleus forskohlii plant. The ingredient increases metabolism and challenges weight plateaus.
7 Keto® is a thermogenic ingredient that does not leave the usual side effects of nervousness and anxiety accompanying most fat burning formulas.
BioPerine® is not a weight loss formula but it gets the body to absorb more nutrients. In this case, this patented mix helps improve Anoretix’s potency by allowing to body to maximize the absorption of ingredients.
Caffeine-sensitive dieters will be happy to know that Anoretix comes with two options: “Caffeine-Free” and “With Caffeine.”
What Are The Side Effects?
There have been no reports of serious side effects from the use of Anoretix. Sites which caution the use of this diet pill simply lists the potential side effects it may have but no legitimate complaints have been raised so far to back them. The caveat, though, is on the ingredient synephrine, branded Advantra Z. Some caution that it makes the dieter develop a dependency on the supplement. Although there have been no clinical studies nor cases reported on this, it is always good to be aware of the possibility.
The Bottom Line:
Anoretix seems like a heavy-duty diet supplement that can get you to your goal weight in no time. The only problem is, will weight loss be too fast? The official website cautions takers to reduce dosage if more than a pound a day is dropped.
Like any other diet pill, good diet and exercise is still advocated for weight challenged people to achieve optimum results.
There is a money back guarantee offered; so it would be good to try Anoretix. But with a pill that comes packed with almost every weight loss strategy, how can you not lose?
Weight Comment’s Rating: 4.5/5
The niggling question on synephrine’s safety is still needs to be answered; but, there is no doubt that Anoretix can do its job.