Appetite Away Review
What You Should Know
Appetite Away claims the best way to lose weight is to burn more calories than you consume. That is not new information – all dieters know they have to burn more than they consume to lose weight, but Appetite Away claims to facilitate that weight loss with active ingredients that boost metabolism, increase calorie burn and reduce appetite. Again, this is not a new claim, but some supplements actually work to aid dieters in achieving weight loss goals. The ingredient list for Appetite Away will prove whether or not this supplement is just another in a long line of products that make huge promises but deliver little results or a product that really does help you lose weight.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin C
- Pantothenic Acid
- Green Tea Extract
- Citrus Aurantium
- Yerba Mate
- Ginger Root
- Grape Seed Extract
From the first glance at the ingredient list for Appetite Away we wanted to throw the red flag for dieters. This supplement not only contains dangerous ingredients, it hides the best ingredients in a proprietary blend. The AA Proprietary Blend is where all the active ingredients are found in Appetite Away. Green tea being the best in the formula. You have to consume enough green tea to boost metabolism, but the dieter is left with a huge proprietary number of 950 mg without knowing just how much of that comes from green tea.
Guarana, citrus aurantium and synephrine are all stimulants. They will increase heart rate, but they will also increase blood pressure, in some cases. Guarana is likely standardized for caffeine – maybe as much as 200 mg. The citrus aurantium is the source of synephrine and, more than likely, octopamine in Appetite Away. Octopamine has been linked to elevated blood pressure when combined with stimulants. There is no clinical proof it works to reduce weight or appetite.
Phenylethylamine is another dangerous ingredient dieters should be wary off in diet products. This ingredient alters mood and, in some dieters, creates a euphoric sensation similar to that felt when taking street drugs. Dieters on anti-depressant medications should skip Appetite Away.
We found it extremely interesting that no appetite suppressants were found in the formula. We expected to see banaba extract or chromium, at least, but none are included in the formula.
- We found a list of ingredients on the official Appetite Away website.
- Caffeine, sourced from guarana, is proven to boost metabolism.
- Some of the ingredients in Appetite Away have dangerous side effects.
- The formula does not include any appetite-suppressing ingredients.
- There is no clinical proof the formula works.
- No testimonials are listed on the website.
Appetite Away is not an appetite suppressant. The formula is packed with stimulants and dangerous ingredients that will cause side effects for many dieters. There could be dangerous side effects for dieters with high blood pressure and dieters taking prescription medications, especially medications for mood disorders.