What You Should Know
CitriGenics Advanced Weight Loss Formula claims to promote carbohydrate and fat energy so the dieter stores less and uses more. Using more energy means burning more calories and losing weight, but sometimes the things science can explain are not the same as human realities. The ingredients in this formula include a combination of multi-vitamins, proven fat burners and common weight loss ingredients. The company does not bother to offer proof of the claims in the product description, so we’re not sure why a dieter would try the product.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B6
- Folic Acid
- Vitamin B12
- Garcinia Cambogia Fruit Extract
- L-Carnitine Tartrate
- Green Tea Leaf Extract
- Cayenne Pepper Fruit Extract
- American Ginseng Root Extract
- Choline Bitartrate
- Ginger Root
- Yerba Mate Leaf Extract
- Betaine HCL
The best ingredient in CitriGenics is green tea. Clinical studies support using green tea for fat loss, increased metabolism, weight loss and other health benefits. The dieter needs to know how much green tea is in the formula, however, because too little could mean the supplement is useless. The green tea is part of a proprietary blend, which hides the total amount.
We found it extremely interesting that CitriGenics includes a link to the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements. There is no specific link just a link to the main page of the website. What information the company pulled from the website is unknown, but it is a great link to use if a dieter wants to research the ingredients in the formula.
The instructions for taking CitriGenics are confusing. The dieter is supposed to take three tablets every day, one with each meal, once or twice a day. Does that mean taking 6 tablets a day? If the instructions are unclear, the dieter could take too little or too much of the supplement, increasing the risk of negative side effects.
- A complete list of ingredients in label form is available on the website.
- Contains some proven ingredients.
- Could promote metabolism.
- May reduce hunger.
- Active and proven ingredients included in a proprietary blend.
- No clinical proof the supplement works as claimed.
- No testimonials supporting weight loss.
- No before and after photos.
We are not thrilled with the official website for CitriGenics. There is a lot of information, but it is not clearly broken up into readable sections. None of the weight loss claims are backed with testimonials or clinical research, despite the fact that the formula contains proven ingredients. We would love to hear what dieters feel about the product.