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Prescopodene review

Prescopodene

Prescopodene review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
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Prescopodene is an over the counter weight loss supplement pill that has been designed to assist dieters in their effort to drop their excess pounds more easily and rapidly than would be possible with diet and exercise alone. The official website lists three different company names behind this product. These are Drop Down Ltd, Fittiny Health Ltd. and JC Arnica Corp.

When looking into those companies, JC Arnica Corp is a business based in Panama that has locations in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Panama, Philippines, Canada, Romania, and the United Kingdom. This was the only company among the three for which an official website could be found. The Prescopodene diet pill is listed among the products it produces, on that official website, as well as on the pill’s own official website.

Fittiny Health Ltd. is a company based in the United Kingdom. It was first registered on February 8, 2013. Drop Down Ltd. is also registered in the United Kingdom and was created on the same day as Fittiny Health, though their addresses are entirely different. Both Fittiny Health and Drop Down are currently registered as active but dormant.

Therefore, the information for this review was gleaned from the official Prescopodene website, as well as the official website of JC Arnica Corp. Typically, after speaking with a doctor, the first step in reviewing a diet pill is to look into its ingredients. What was interesting about this process in the case of Prescopodene is that the ingredients are listed differently on the official pill website and the official manufacturer’s website.

The pill’s website lists the ingredients as being: green tea, grape seed extract, vitamin C and B6, quercetin, magnesium, L-tyrosine, hordenine, octopamine, tyramine, ginger root, and pantothenic acid.

On the other hand, the manufacturer’s website lists the ingredients as: green tea extract, DMAE, tyrosine, pyridoxine HCP, yerba mate, vitamin C, magnesium, pantothenic acid, ginger root, grape seed extract, cocoa extract, and Avantra Z.

Oddly, neither one of those lists is all that impressive, as there is only one ingredient on both lists – the green tea – that has any substantial scientific or medical evidence to suggest that it will produce the outcomes that it promises. That said, the list on the pill’s site is favorable to that of the manufacturer’s site, if only because it does not contain Avantra Z, which is made from bitter orange (citrus aurantium). That substance contains synephrine, against which the FDA has released a consumer safety warning.

It is notable that the official website of the manufacturer said that this product was created with “extensive testing and landmark clinical trials,” but it did not provide any of the details of that research.

Drop Away Diet Drops review

Drop Away Diet Drops

Drop Away Diet Drops review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
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Drop Away Diet Drops are a type of weight loss supplement that is made in the form of a drop instead of a pill, to provide dieters with an alternative to tablets and capsules. This can be appealing to many people who struggle to be able to swallow pills, or who simply would prefer a different format.

That said, the most notable thing about Drop Away Diet Drops likely isn’t the fact that it is made in the form of a liquid instead of a pill – particularly as this type of option is becoming increasingly popular within this market. What is very interesting is that at the time of this review, there were a total of 22 ingredients that made up this formulation. This is considerably higher than the standard pill and is usually seen as an indicator that there is a decreased chance that the product will actually be effective. That said, just because these drops have a common warning sign against them, it doesn’t mean that they will not be effective or useful. It is important to look more closely at a product before making this type of assumption.

Typically speaking, one of the first steps to take – aside from consulting with a doctor – in terms of looking into weight loss products is to examine the ingredients and determine whether or not they have been scientifically proven to be both safe and effective. This could present quite a challenge when it comes to a product containing 22 ingredients. That said, the official website for Drop Away Diet Drops unfortunately does not provide a complete list of its ingredients. It lists only the first eight, and then simply says “and much more!”, so that the consumer would need to blindly trust the company and the fact that the remaining ingredients would not only be safe and effective, but that they would also not be something to which they could potentially be allergic.

The ingredients that are listed are: L-Carnitine, L-Ornithine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, Tyrosine,
Beta-alanine, Chromium, and Blue Green Algae (Aphanizomenon flosaquae). These are all ingredients that are commonly seen in the nonprescription weight loss industry, despite the fact that none of them have actually been proven to provide measurable weight loss in humans.

Moreover, as there is no complete ingredients list provided and the quantities of these first eight ingredients are not offered on the official website, it is impossible to know if there are any specific combinations that could be considered effective. As 22 ingredients are all meant to be dispensed in the form of liquid drops, even if all of these substances were effective, it would be unlikely that there would be enough in them to actually provide the desired results.

Beach Body Drops review

Beach Body Drops

Beach Body Drops review

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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.

Pyro MX Leancore review

Pyro MX Leancore

Pyro MX Leancore review

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Pyro MX Leancore was developed by a company called Sci-MX, which is based in the United Kingdom and is somewhat new when compared to many other players within the nonprescription weight loss market. These diet pills are meant to provide dieters with fat oxidation and metabolism boosting when they have been taken multiple times every day. The official web page for the product, on the manufacturer’s website, says that users can expect to see results within a short span of time.

Before taking this Pyro MX Leancore, it is very important to learn about its ingredients and to discuss it with a doctor. Fortunately, the official webpage does offer consumers a full list of all of the ingredients that make up the formula, as well as the quantities of every substance. This is a positive sign when it comes to diet pills.

Within this Pyro MX Leancore, a dieter will be taking the Pyro-Therm complex, which is made up of a total of 184 mg of caffeine per serving (three capsules) from guarana, bitter orange peel, yerba mate, and cayenne pepper. They will also be taking green tea extract (which also contains caffeine above and beyond that amount), acetyl carnitine, white kidney bean extract, tyrosine, Bioperine ®, vitamin B5 and chromium.

Immediately, it should stand out to many people who are familiar with this industry that the product is contains a very high amount of stimulants. While some stimulants, used within reason, can produce an effect that not only boosts the metabolism but that also helps to reduce the size of the appetite, they are notorious for causing unwanted side effects among some users. These can include anything from headaches and jitters, to anxiety, nausea, sleeplessness, and other uncomfortable problems. These do not necessarily occur in everyone who uses stimulants, but they are not uncommon.

The second issue that is rather worrisome is that this product contains bitter orange. This is a very powerful stimulant which will boost the overall stimulation and risk of side effects, but this individual ingredient stands out from among the others because it comes with a warning from the FDA. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has released a caution to consumers who buy diet pills online or in stores with regards to this substance because it contains synephrine. Synephrine is a very powerful stimulant that became popular when ephedra was banned, back in the 1990s. It has been associated with strong side effects that can be dangerous for some people, such as spiking blood pressure, convulsions, and others.