What You Should Know
Adapexin-P will help the dieter lose up to 28 pounds in just 20 weeks. This claim is common among fat burners and weight loss supplements, but it is rarely backed up with proof and clinical evidence. Ironically, there is also mention that seven ingredients in the supplement are clinically proven to help the dieter lose more weight. Moreover, the manufacturer promises these ingredients are in just the right amounts for weight loss. The official website offers a 100% money-back guarantee for life, but we are sure there is some fine print in that promise.
List of Ingredients
Phenylethylamine, Glucomannan, Chromax, Raspberry Ketones, Evodiamine, Ginger Root and Caffeine.
Phenylethylamine is a mood booster commonly included to fight hunger and increase weight loss. There are no clinical trials supporting the weight loss and appetite suppressant claims because the ingredient does not perform those functions in the body.
Glucomannan is a water-soluble form of fiber. There are 1,000 mg per serving, to be taken two times a day. Fiber tends to slow down the digestive process and thus may reduce hunger. It should, ideally, be taken three times a day, however.
Chromax contains chromium, which we tend to support as a weight loss ingredient. There is some evidence that chromium can fight hunger by reducing appetite and control blood glucose levels – and its safe.
Raspberry ketones are supposed to increase fat loss, but no human studies have been completed with this result. Evodiamine, another non-stimulating fat burner – has been tested in animals and not humans. The animal studies were positive though.
Ginger Root is typically used to calm an upset stomach and decrease the time it takes for the stomach to empty. This is why people who are feeling nauseous take ginger. Faster stomach emptying can lead to hunger and weight gain – not exactly the weight loss benefits dieters are looking for.
Caffeine, the final ingredient, is the only proven weight loss ingredient in Adapexin-P. It increases fat burn as supported by tons of clinical research, but it is not strong enough to cause the weight loss numbers claimed on the product sales page.
- Caffeine will increase metabolism.
- Extraordinary claims.
- Three-month supply sells for about $50 a bottle.
- The sales page header makes the supplement look like a prescription weight loss medication.
We do not trust companies that use prescription names and likenesses to make more money with a diet product. Phenylethylamine is a natural mood booster and is not the same as Phentermine. Phenylethylamine is also included with the same 37.5 mg as the prescription medication. The price is too high for a caffeine supplement, so the dieter may wish to look elsewhere for their weight loss needs.