Xedra-Cut Slim Packs are a new type of weight loss product that has been released by the USN brand. It is a recreation of a product that they had previously called Xedra-Cut Lava Sticks. The concept behind the two product is similar, as is their shape, but they have now been reformulated to include slightly different ingredients, and have had their name replaced in order to reflect that change.
The product is available without a prescription and has been created in order to assist people who are trying to reduce their waistlines. It is meant to help them in dropping their unwanted fat without needing as much time and effort as they would otherwise have required on their own. Its design is such that it can be added to a liquid so that the user can drink it once it has dissolved. Many people struggle to be able to swallow pills and find this type of format more appealing.
The official webpage that was created for Xedra-Cut Slim Packs claims that this diet supplement functions by increasing the metabolic rate and heightening an individual’s energy levels, while maintaining a “normal macronutrient metabolism” and supporting “normal” levels of glucose within the bloodstream.
At the time in which this review was being created, the official website for this product was selling it for about $50 (£29.99). The package directions recommend that users of this product take it between two and three times per day. The first should be a half hour before either breakfast or a workout at that time. If a user were to choose the minimum usage that was recommended (twice per day) it would mean that this product would cost $150 per month. That figure spikes to $250 per month if the maximum recommended usage is followed.
It is quite evident that the average dieter would find Xedra-Cut Slim Packs to be cost prohibitive as the average diet runs for several months and it would be easy for this product to tally up a total of thousands of dollars in a short period of time. Even if it does work well, that is more expensive than what most people can afford.
The ingredients that make up this product are: Garcinia Cambogia, Fucoxanthin, 5-HTP, L-Carnitine Fumarate, Natural Caffeine, Green tea, Bitter Orange, Evodia Rutaecarpa, Yerba Mate, N-acetyl-Ltyrosine, Glucuronolactone. The total caffeine in this product is 125 mg.
That said, it also contains synephrine (in the bitter orange), which is also a stimulant and it is one against which the FDA has released a health warning. It can lead to dangerous side effects and should be avoided.
There is very little that would make this product an appropriate recommendation for most dieters.