What You Should Know
C-Gone is not a fat burner or appetite suppressant, the two most common forms of weight loss supplement. The supplement claims to work on carbohydrate stores. According to Pride Nutrition, the creator of C-Gone, the ingredients in the formula work to aid the body in using carbohydrate and fat stores for energy. The ingredients in the formula do not live up to the company’s claims. While the ingredients work in the body as claimed, in supplement form they don’t necessarily work to improve natural body function.
List of Ingredients
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Gymnema Sylvestre
- Vanadyl Sulfate
Most of the ingredients in C-Gone work to control blood glucose response. Chromium, Gymnema Sylvestre and Vanadyl Sulfate all work in this manner. For the dieter, this means the brain does not signal hunger based on diving blood glucose levels after digesting carbohydrates. Controlling hunger is important for the average dieter, but hunger is not the only problem plaguing dieters.
Dieters must have the willpower to follow a reduced calorie diet and the energy to workout most days of the week to promote increased metabolism. Without reducing calories and exercising, the dieter can take any combination of appetite suppressants and never lose a pound.
As for the claim that the ingredients in C-Gone will help the body utilize carbohydrates stores; this claim is not completely true. Some of the ingredients in C-Gone do help carbohydrate metabolization, but taking these ingredients in supplement form does not guarantee a more efficient process.
For instance, fiber slows the digestive process and may inhibit hunger. Taking an entire bottle of fiber is not going to help the process work better, but it could lead to negative side effects. Sometimes diet supplement ingredients work as claimed when consumed naturally, but they don’t make the process more effective when the dieter takes more.
- All ingredients for C-Gone are listed online.
- The dieter may notice reduced hunger.
- C-Gone will not promote carbohydrate utilization.
- The dieter should not expect a huge change in weight.
- Will not promote fat loss.
- Some of the ingredients are commonly found in food.
C-Gone, and the thousands of other carbohydrate-based supplements, all claim to help the body use carbohydrates and fat for fuel more quickly. The only thing that increases the amount of carbohydrates and fat used for fuel is exercise. The body stores about 400 grams of carbohydrates and an infinite amount of fat. After carbohydrate stores are used up, the body does NOT turn to fat, it turns to protein for easy energy.