Corticel Review

Editor's Review: 3.9 / 5.0

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Corticel is a cortisol blocker and a weight loss enhancer. This product was developed by Life Miracle and was formulated especially to target belly fat in those who are forty years of age or older, but it can be used by adults (male or female) of all ages. Those using Corticel are instructed to take one capsule with breakfast and one with lunch with eight ounces of water. Users can up their dose to two capsules per dose if necessary, but they should not exceed more than four capsules in any 24-hour period. Corticel also encourages users to develop a diet and exercise plan along with this product for maximum results.

List of Ingredients

Vitamin C, Calcium Citrate, Chromium Picolinate, St. John’s Wort, Vitamin B12, Magnolia Bark Extract (1.5% honokiol), Beta-Sitosterol, Suntheanine (100% L-Theanine), Gymnema Sylvestre, Green Tea Leaf Extract, EGCG, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Banaba Leaf Extract, Vanadyl Sulfate (providing 5mcg of vanadium), Gelatin, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, and Silica.

Product Features

Corticel contains Magnolia Bark Extract which is believed to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation. The ingredient Beta-Sitosterol is thought to decrease bad cholesterol. The ingredient Suntheanine is believed to promote relaxation in users without making them sleepy. The ingredient Gymnema Sylvestre is thought to regulate blood sugar in the body. The ingredient Banaba Leaf Extract is believed to regulate blood sugar levels in the body and the ingredient Vanadyl Sulfate is believed to have a similar effect. The ingredient St. John’s Wort is thought to have a calming effect, as well as, promote mental clarity.

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Advantages

  • Corticel encourages a healthy diet and an exercise routine.
  • This product is relatively inexpensive when compared to similar products.

Disadvantages

  • Corticel contains caffeine so those who are sensitive should avoid this product.
  • Those taking MAOI’s, SSRI’s or certain other medications should not take this product.
  • Those who have high blood pressure, cardiovascular ailments or certain other medical conditions should not take Corticel.
  • Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use this product.

Conclusion

Corticel doesn’t stand out from the rest of the cortisol blocking and weight loss supplements available today. Corticel may not be an effective weight loss supplement because there doesn’t seem to be any proven appetite suppressants in it, so those seeking a weight loss supplements with the ability to suppress the appetite may want to research other products.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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