The ALRI Tri-Lean System is a program designed for weight loss that is made up of three different types of supplements that are packaged in one kit which – according to the manufacturer – will provide the dieter with the ultimate fat burning system.
The three ALRI Tri-Lean System supplements are:
- Special Tactics
- Lean Dreams
- Hyperdrive 3.0
Each of them has their own specific purpose to help the user to achieve their weight loss goals in a way that would be faster and easier than without their use.
A Closer Look at the “Ultimate Fat Burning System”
The following are the ways in which each supplement helps to benefit a dieter with their weight loss goals:
- Special Tactics is meant to block fat absorption, and to boost the fat burning process in the body
- Lean Dreams is a supplement designed to support a healthier sleep
- Hyperdrive is designed to be an appetite suppressant and a fat burner
Though the manufacturer makes strong claims about the benefits and effectiveness of each of these supplements, it is important to point out that none are supported with scientific or clinical research.
Three Proprietary Formulas
Each of the ALRI Tri-Lean System supplements is made up of a proprietary formula. The primary ingredients of each include:
- Guarana extract
- Hoodia gordonii
- L-tryptophane ethyl ester
- Ziziphus jujubaPE 2%
- Theobroma cacao extract
- Multiflorum proprietary extract
The Less Impressive Side of the ALRI Tri-Lean System
Though neither Special Tactics nor Hyperdrive have caffeine listed specifically within their ingredients, they both include a number of caffeine sources, including guarana, theobroma, and green tea. Neither label makes special mention of this fact.
Instead, the packaging for this product specifically says that it is “stimulant free”, even though green tea and guarana are both ingredients that contain stimulants and have the potential to cause a user to experience the same unwanted side effects that they would from a product that contains caffeine. Some of the more common types of unwanted stimulant-related effects typically include: jitters, difficulty sleeping, restlessness, headache. The fact that the manufacturer lied about the ALRI Tri-Lean System being “stimulant free” immediately draws the integrity of both the product and its creator into question.
Another disappointing aspect of this OTC weight management aid is hoodia. Though hoodia has attracted a great deal of media hype about being an appetite suppressant, it has yet to prove itself effective for either the suppression of the appetite or weight loss in general. So far, double blind placebo-based studies have shown that there is no statistically significant difference between placebo groups of dieters and those who were given hoodia.
That being said, the Lean Dreams supplement does contain typical natural sleep aid ingredients, including valerian root, magnolia, and melatonin, which are all commonly used in sleep supplements and may have positive effects on sleep when used regularly. That said, this PM diet pill supplement will not have any impact on your weight loss.
The Bottom Line
Among the advantages of ALRI Tri-Lean System are that even though it is made up of a proprietary formula, its ingredients can be commonly found in many OTC weight management supplements and many have been studied. Also, though it does not list caffeine among its ingredients, many parts of the formula are caffeinated, and that is believed to cause a boost in metabolism and energy.
Among the drawbacks of ALRI Tri-Lean System are that the quantities of the ingredients are unknown because it is a proprietary blend. The way that the product is labeled is also questionable as it calls itself “stimulant free”, though it clearly contains ingredients that have stimulants in them. Moreover, when compared to the competition, this product is quite expensive. Also, it contains unproven ingredients as well as those that have been proven not to work.
In spite of the ALRI Tri-Lean System seeming to be an impressive OTC weight management aid, the reality is that the manufacturer has been dishonest about its claims and there is no proof that it works. It would likely be in your best interest to avoid this product, or at the very least, consult with your healthcare provider before use.
Update – August 2020
ALRI Tri-Lean System is currently unavailable for purchase. The official site does not exist and retailers and marketplaces that used to carry it, such as Amazon, list it as being “currently unavailable” and not knowing if the item will be back in stock. There is a very good chance that it is been discontinued or rebranded. Either way, this specific system is no longer being sold.
That being said, there are still plenty of other nonprescription diet pills marketed for fat burning, appetite suppression and PM use available. Whatever you might choose, make sure it’s coming from a reputable company that provides honest information about its product.