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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
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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.

LA Muscle Fat Stripper review

LA Muscle Fat Stripper

LA Muscle Fat Stripper review

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Weight Loss Effects
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LA Muscle Fat Stripper is a nonprescription product that is produced by L.A. Muscle. The claims that this manufacturer makes about the product on its official website include that it is free of stimulants, that it is 100 percent natural, and that it is an ideal starter product for people who are using diet pills for the first time. It is geared toward both men and women dieters, particularly those who are hoping to lose weight in the areas of the stomach and thighs.

Taking a closer look at the ingredients in LA Muscle Fat Stripper can help to understand it more thoroughly and decide whether or not it could be safe and effective to use. The web pages for this product on the official website are, fortunately, highly informative, and include the full list of ingredients as well as their quantities within the formulation.

At the time of the writing of this review, the ingredients in LA Muscle Fat Stripper are: choline, inositol, betain, methion, L-carnitine, and chromium piccolinate. Many of these ingredients are quite common in the over the counter diet pill industry.

Choline works in the body in a number of different ways, particularly in the development of fetuses and infants. It is somewhat similar to B vitamins, though it is not quite the same as them. As an ingredient in this formula, it is unclear what its purpose might be. That said, the amount that is found within these pills is about the equivalent to what is obtained by eating an egg.

Inositol is also known as vitamin B8. Though it is a vitamin that is necessary for good health and it does contribute to the digestion process – particularly in the liver – there is no evidence that it has any measurable impact on the ability to lose weight.

Betain, with that spelling, could not be located in searches in order to discover an impact on weight loss. It may be referring to the similarly spelled substance, Betaine, which helps to contribute to the breakdown of proteins and fats in the body while helping to preserve lean muscle mass. It can also help the body to generate creatine which is important for the body’s ability to build muscle. Though it does not help with weight loss, necessarily, it can help to make it easier to preserve and grow muscles, which is important in keeping a healthy metabolism.

Methion is another ingredient about which nothing could be discovered at the time of this review, under that spelling. It may be referring to methionine, which is an amino acid that can help to lower cholesterol and prevent excess buildup of fat in the liver.

L-carnitine is often found in over the counter weight loss supplements but there is little evidence that it has any benefit in helping to reduce fat levels in the body. The same can be said about chromium piccolinate.

As this ingredient has questionable ingredients and the manufacturer hasn’t used the official website to accurately list, spell, or explain its ingredients, it is likely better for dieters to look elsewhere.