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SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin review

SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin

SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin is a weight loss supplement that is available without a prescription and can be purchased online at several different retailers as well as its own official website. The supplement is designed to provide users with a burst of energy as well as to improve their overall mood in order to support efforts to lose weight.

It should be noted that this brand also offers network selling (MLM) opportunities so it may be seen as an opportunity to sell and earn an income as well as a diet pill that has the potential to assist with weight loss.

According to the list available on the official website at the time of the writing of this review, the active ingredients that make up this formulation include: caffeine, synephrine, ginseng, guarana extract, phenylethylamine, glucuronolactone, cayenne, taurine, GABA, salix alba, coleus, inositol, acai berry and ginger.

It is important to recognize that there are a large number of stimulants within this formula, they are all located at the start of this list (meaning that they are the ones included in the largest quantities) and they include combinations that are not necessarily safe for all users. This is particularly true of caffeine and synephrine. Moreover, there is also caffeine in guarana extract, which means that there are several sources of that stimulant to combine with synephrine. The FDA has cautioned dieters against using those two substance together due to the increase they cause in the risk of heart attack and stroke.

While it is true that stimulants boost the metabolism, they may decrease the appetite and they certainly increase energy levels, when using them in large amounts and in these types of combinations, many dieters experience side effects that can range from quite mild and temporary to strong and uncomfortable or even dangerous. Every serving of this product contains 100 mg of caffeine in total. That is about equal to a full cup of coffee if it were consumed all at once.

As a result of that, it is unlikely that the majority of doctors would recommend a pill such as SPX Nutrition Nutri Thin.

When looking at the ingredient list it is also notable that this formula includes acai berry among the substances. Though this may have been used simply because it provides a boost in antioxidants to the user, many dieters have outright rejected any diet pills that include acai berry simply because of the number of scams that have been associated with that substance within the nonprescription weight loss market.

Dare to Bare review

Dare to Bare

Dare to Bare review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

Dare to Bare is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that was created by a company called Shine Tanning and Beauty, Ltd. The marketing for this product is designed to appeal to female dieters and its official website has been created to give a bright, girlie kind of impression, based primarily on a vibrant shade of pink. That said, as cutesy and appealing as the advertising may seem to some, it should not be considered to be the most important factor when it comes to deciding whether or not this product could actually work. It is very important to look inside the bottle and not just at the packaging and marketing literature.

After having consulted with a doctor about Dare to Bare or any other diet pill, the next step is to look at the ingredients list in order to find out what substances make up the formula and to research each of them to find out if they have been studied by the medical community to show that they are effective for weight loss and that they are safe to use.

At the time that this review was written, the list of ingredients within the product was provided, though it did not reveal how much of each ingredient could be found within each pill. The ingredients listed included yerba mate, gota kola, ginseng, green tea, caffeine, and lecithin. These substances are supposed to make weight loss faster for the dieter, by boosting her energy levels, increasing the metabolic rate, and reducing body fat.

What is clear by looking at that list is that this formula is based almost exclusively on stimulants. Out of the six ingredients in each pill, four of them contain a stimulant of some form and in some level. This is made problematic by the fact that the quantity of the ingredients is not revealed as it makes it impossible for a dieter to determine whether or not the level of the stimulants would place him or her at risk of common side effects such as anxiety, shakiness, muscle tension, sleep struggles, and other issues.

For this reason, it becomes quite difficult to be able to come up with a reason to recommend Dare to Bare to a dieter over a number of other products within this category and that are marketed with a great deal more information for the consumer to use to inform him or herself.

Beach Body Drops review

Beach Body Drops

Beach Body Drops review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

Beach Body Drops are a form of diet supplement that allows the dieter to be able to avoid trying to swallow a pill if it is something that is too difficult for them to do. Many people do have a hard time with capsules, gel caps, caplets, and tablets. For that reason, this product was designed in the form of a drop that can be taken as an alternative. According to its manufacturer, it offers metabolism boosting while it shrinks hunger levels at the same time.

At the time of this review, the official website for Beach Body Drops was calling up a temporary fatal error, so the information for this article was gleaned from the official Facebook page, as well as third party distributors that sell this product.

The official manufacturer claims that this is an American product that has recently made its way to the United Kingdom, as well. Its formula is made up of a massive 21 ingredients that they claim act together in order to produce very powerful effects that can lead to faster weight loss. They also claim that for the best benefits, three separate stages are required. The first is that the user must drink adequate amounts of water and adhere to a proper weight loss diet. The second is that regular workouts are required and that calories in (through food) and calories out (through exercise) should be tracked while doing so. The third step is to use a special calculation to be able to tell how many additional calories beyond the basic amount can be consumed as a result of the additional exercise that has been done.

The directions on the package also list how long Beach Body Drops need to be taken based on the amount of weight that is to be lost. For example, if the dieter wants to lose 15 pounds or under, then he or she will need to continue the use of the drops for 23 straight days.

The ingredients within this formula include: green tea, chromium, African mango, beta alanine, tyrosine, ginseng, and a full range of others. With 21 ingredients in the formula, it is difficult to believe that a few drops every day will produce any results at all. The reason is that it isn’t likely that there will be enough of any ingredient to be able to produce a meaningful response in the body that would lead to measurable weight loss.

Yellow Jacket

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
Rating: 4.0/5 (2 votes cast)

Yellow Jacket is a type of ephedra diet pills that is also being marketed as an energy supplement. The formula for this product consists of 25 mg of ephedrine in addition to 200 mg of caffeine. The official name for this drug type is barbiturates. It is important to note that as of April 2004, all dietary supplements containing ephedra have been banned by the FDA.

What this means is that the manufacture, purchase, and sale of Yellow Jacket is illegal in the United States. That said, they are also not legal in Canada and many other countries around the world that have found the potential side effects of ephedra to be too dangerous. The only approved uses for ephedra are in its synthetic form as a nasal congestion, asthma, or minor eye irritation treatment.

Other active ingredients in the Yellow Jacket formula include sida cordifolia, citrus aurantium, ginseng, kola nut extract, capsicum, and ginger root.

The main ingredient in Yellow Jacket is ephedra, which is a natural plant substance. Ephedrine is the actual ingredient within the formula, and is the main component of ephedra that gives it properties that are similar to amphetamines. This type of substance acts as a stimulant within the body which impacts the blood pressure and heart rate so that the result is an energy boost and appetite suppression.

The reason that Yellow Jacket and other ephedra (and ephedrine alkaloid) containing products were banned as dietary supplements is that there were reports of dangerous cardiovascular effects. Irregular heart rhythm and elevated blood pressure were among these concerns. Moreover, the FDA determined that any weight loss that resulted from the use of products that contained ephedra was only short-term. Moreover, the FDA also determined that ephedra supplements cause the blood pressure to increase, placing additional stress on the circulatory system. This stress to the circulatory system was associated, by the FDA, with heart disease and strokes. The result of this ban was that all dietary supplements containing ephedra, including Yellow Jacket, were banned from sale. That said, they are still being sold in countries outside the United States.

In order to compensate for the illegality of ephedra in the United States, many diet drug manufacturers started to alter their formulations to use herbal stimulants, such as bitter orange, instead. However, it is important to note that the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine has declared that these substitutes for ephedra in diet pills are not any safer than the ephedra itself.

Following the ban, other drug manufacturers started to produce supplements that do not contain ephedra under the name Yellow Jacket Energy Pills, with a formula that includes B-complex vitamins, caffeine, ginseng, guarana, and yerba mate, instead.