Estrin D Review
What You Should Know
Estrin D is touted as the very first diet pill that specifically targets weight loss for women who are menopausal or perimenopausal. This puts Estrin D at a serious advantage over many problems that may contain similar ingredients but lack the targeted focus of Estrin D. You will find many herbal ingredients in Estrin D, which may appeal to those who are concerned about exposure to potentially harmful chemicals and other artificial ingredients.
So how does Estrin D help in the weight loss efforts of menopausal women? There is actually a three-step process by which Estrin D aids in weight loss. First, it acts as a “stabalizer” for moods that are often volatile during menopause while it provides energy through stimulants such as caffeine. Second, research claims that Estrin D actually reduces the level of Sherline in the body, which is commonly referred to as the “hunger hormone” so that fewer calories are consumed. Third, Estrin D may reduce the rate at which food is metabolized, even at a resting rate, so that more calories are burned or used by the body. These three methods combine to create a powerful tool for losing weight and feeling more energized.
Women who have diabetes, heart trouble, high blood pressure, hypertension, or experience sensitivity to stimulants should consult their physicians before beginning Estrin D, as all women should before beginning any new weight loss or diet plan. You should also consult your doctor for possible drug interactions if you will be taking any prescription or over the counter medications in addition to Estrin D.
List of Ingredients
Estrin D is made up of Vitamin B6, Magnesium, yerbe mate SE, Caffeine, Guarana SE, Damiana SE, Green Tea SE, Ginger, Koala Nut SE, DHEA, Schisandra, Scutellaria SE, Tibetan Ginseng, Cacao Nut, SE, Jujube, and Thea Sinensis Complex SE.
Estrin D includes many products that have proven to be beneficial to those attempting to lose weight. Among them are: green tea (known for antioxidant properties and to limit spikes in blood sugar), guarana (which is a stimulate and aids in weight loss), yerbe mate (increases energy), and ginger (aids in digestion.)
- Contains antioxidants.
- Claims to be specifically formulated to work with the body chemistry of a menopausal woman.
- No money back guarantee.
- Estrin D contains stimulants, which could cause a “jittery” sensation for sensitive users.
- Negative customer ratings are posted around the Internet.
- Difficult to find a complete list of ingredients.
When all is said and done there is much to be learned about the impact of Estrin D on weight loss. It is great to see a weight loss aid that specifically addresses the needs of menopausal and perimenopausal women, even though the jury is still out on the overall effectiveness of Estrin D. Many of the active ingredients in Estrin D are beneficial and will work as claimed. The single biggest complaint about Estrin D is the strong stimulant effect the active ingredients may cause. The price isn’t overly prohibitive and is worth checking out so long as you are in good general health and have consulted your physician. We generally recommend something that combines a well-known fat burner with an appetite suppressant if you are serious about losing weight.