Belly Fat Reducer is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that has been designed to help people to drop the pounds in one of the most troublesome areas on the body: the lower abs. This is a common claim by diet pills as many people struggle with belly bulge and with bloating and are often looking for an addition to their strategy.
That said, it is important to note that while there are diet pills that can help to reduce fat on the body, there has yet to be any reputable published research that would indicate that it is possible to use a pill to drop fat from one specific area of the body. The same can be said about exercising. As much as this product may be called Belly Fat Reducer, the best that can be hoped for is that it will assist in lowering overall body fat levels and that this will include the stored fats around the middle.
This product is manufactured by a company called Forever Health. That company is based in the United Kingdom and manufactures several different products in the health and wellness categories of supplements. The official website provides several ways to contact that business in order to receive support, including phone, snail mail and web-based form that will generate an email response.
At the time of the writing of this review, a complete list of the ingredients for Belly Fat Reducer was not made available on the official webpage for this product. However, in the product description it did mention several different individual ingredients. It’s unclear whether it made mention of every substance within the formula or if these are only a few.
Those that had been mentioned include: trimethylxanthine, which it described as “the bitter component found in coffee beans”. That said, it would have been much clearer if it had simply stated that trimethylxanthine is caffeine, because that’s exactly what it is. This substance is known to boost energy levels and it may also help to reduce the appetite while it boosts fat burning, depending on the quantity in which it has been used.
The other ingredient listed in the description is green tea extract, which contains EGCG. When used in high amounts, this has also been associated with moderate weight loss among obese patients following a reduced calorie and increased activity level strategy.
This product also contains chromium picolinate which, at best, has conflicting claims associated with it. The Mayo Clinic recommends far more study before any claims can be honestly made about this substance.