What You Should Know
Metabolysin is a weight loss supplement that works by increasing one’s metabolism. The product is very similar to other products which claim to use the process of thermogenesis to ramp up the body’s ability to produce heat and energy resulting in ‘instant’ fat burning.
List of Ingredients
A proprietary blend which includes green tea, white tea, caffeine, and capsaicin.
Metabolysin claims to increase the metabolism of the dieter allowing them to lose up to thirty pounds in thirty days. The active ingredients are primarily pepper and caffeine, which do have some scientific evidence of being able to increase metabolism.The cost per bottle is about $50 before shipping.
- Some of the ingredients in Metaolysin have been proven to be effective fat burners.
- The product does not contain ephedra.
- The product is relatively inexpensive compared to other fat burning weight loss supplements.
- The company offers no money back guarantee on the product if the consumer is not happy with the results.
- The product contains stimulants which could cause negative side effects such as nausea and insomnia.
- There are no scientific studies provided to support the claims of the product.
- The consumer testimonials that have been provided have been highly ridiculed for being fraudulent. The images that appear in at least one of the testimonials is of the same woman who is featured in a rival product’s advertisements.
- The product can be difficult to find online and in retail stores.
- The manufacturer’s website is no longer active.
- The company does not provide the amounts of the ingredients making it difficult to surmise the effectiveness of the product.
- The amount of weight loss the company claims can be achieved by using the product far exceeds medical recommendations.
- The product contains no appetite suppressants.
This product is very similar to a variety of other products currently on the market. It is possible that the excessive amounts of caffeine may increase metabolism slightly, however, without knowing the exact amounts the product contains it is impossible to tell just how well it would work. The ingredient list is much too limited to offer any real results, much less the exaggerated results the product promises. These claims are not supported by scientific evidence and the company is not even willing to provide a money back guarantee. While the official website did provide one customer testimonial, it has been highly ridiculed because it uses the same model in the before and after image as another diet supplement. All of these factors combined makes Metabolysin seem like a risk one would be better off avoiding.