Dexatol is a product marketed toward people who are hoping to lose weight exceptionally quickly and easily and who want to do this without having to make any changes to their eating and exercise habits.
This is the type of “miracle” diet pill marketing that most trustworthy organizations and doctors tend to caution dieters to avoid. This kind of marketing preys on the struggles dieters most commonly face when trying to lose weight. After all, aside from people who gain weight due to medical reasons or because of a side effect from a medication, for example, the majority of people have gained due to eating and exercise habits.
People want to be able to eat whatever they want in quantities as large or small as they want. After all, food tastes great and when we’re used to eating a lot, we don’t feel satisfied until we’ve had a large portion.
The marketers behind Dexatol 27 know this and therefore promise that dieters can continue to eat whatever they want. They say even went so far as to list a few favorites such as bacon and eggs, butter, mayonnaise, roast beef and pork, and so on. Then claimed that their diet pill will allow dieters to watch as “fat melts right off your body.” This type of claim should be seen as an instant red flag regardless of which product says it.
Any product that says a person doesn’t have to change their eating and exercise habits but will be able to magically watch body fat disappear is not telling the truth. This type of product simply does not exist – not in over the counter form and not even as a prescription drug.
It is for this reason that there isn’t one credible piece of research cited on the website for Dexatrol 27 to support its use in the ways that are claimed. As much as that type of product would make dieting much easier and would help the western world to overcome its obesity epidemic, these claims are not true.
Moreover, this product claims that it is not only fast but permanent, despite the fact that they recommend that the pill not be taken for more than 12 weeks at a time. It is not possible that a person could continue to eat in the way that caused them to gain weight, then miraculously have it removed, never to return again, after 12 weeks of pill use.
The ingredients in this pill are garcinia cambogia, green coffee bean extract, and African mango extract. At best, there is some preliminary research about these ingredients saying they might be worth further study. None of these substances has ever been directly connected with fat loss in a large, reputable study published in a medical journal. Some have been linked with some rather troubling side effects. Even if they are shown to be effective, their ideal dosages are not yet known.
It would be extremely difficult to come up with a reason to recommend this product.