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Octalean Review - Does This Supplement Work? Are fad ingredients and side effects deal breakers?

PUBLISHED: 03/15/2016 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0
Octalean Review

With the recent buzz about Octalean, we decided to conduct a more thorough review to see if the product is what it claims to be. We looked closely at the product itself, the company and endorsements, the science, and user reviews. Then, we summarized and condensed everything to make it easier for you to make an informed purchasing decision.

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What You Need to Know

First off, Octalean is a weight loss supplement designed for women, featured on Dr. Oz, and in Women’s Magazine. Just because the supplement received good publicity, however, doesn’t mean it is an effective solution. It contains: sea buckthorn, EGCG green tea extract, fucoxanthin, rhodiola extract, caffeine, raspberry ketones, capsicum extract, black pepper extract, panax ginseng extract, and digestive enzymes.

We like the availability of product information and what some users have the say about it, but read on…

Fad Ingredients

The majority of the ingredients in this formula including raspberry ketones, fucoxanthin, and green tea extract, are considered bad ingredients. They are wildly popular in supplements because of the attention they have received from the media. Science and research is limited in terms of the effectiveness of these products. And while there may be some science to support them, it is usually in dramatically high doses which are not seen in the supplements that contain them.

”These fad ingredients are popular for weight loss because of the exposure they’ve received in the media, but they aren’t actually effective.” said our Research Editor.

“I have been taking this for almost a month and haven’t noticed a difference in how I have felt, but it tastes alright.” said one user.

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Side Effects – Not Worth It?

Even though the formula appears to be all-natural, many users report experiencing negative side effects. Some reported feelings of nausea, stomach pain, and diarrhea..

“I was nauseous, nervous, had a hard time sleeping and most of all had to go to the bathroom # 2 a lot! I was miserable.” , said another.

Another user said, “This made me so sick. I only took 1 a day for 3 or 4 days; I’m home sick today as I was up all night dry heaving and with the worst stomach pains ever.”

Our research shows that if something has problems, like if it’s too expensive and causes side effects, dieters just aren’t going to have a high chance of success.

The Science – “Solid?”

Octalean doesn’t provide any links to published clinical research. There is some science to support the effectiveness of some of these ingredients, but without knowing how much of each is in the formula, it’s hard to say the science is really there to support it..

The Bottom Line

Even though this product got Dr. Oz’s seal of approval, users say it doesn’t work, and has caused a number of side effects. This, combined with the lack of real clinical research, leads us to believe there are better options on the market.

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What You Should Know

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Octalean is a weight loss supplement designed for women, featured on the Dr. Oz show and in the First for Women magazine. The publicity has been good for the supplement, as many people have used it. But, just because people have used the supplement does not mean people are seeing real results with it. Read this review to learn more about the ingredients in the supplement to determine if it will be an effective way to reach your weight loss goals.

List of Ingredients

Octalean contains the following ingredients:

  • Sea Buckthorn
  • EGCG Green Tea extract
  • Fucoxanthin
  • Raspberry Ketone
  • Rhodiola root extract
  • Black Pepper extract
  • Panax ginseug extract
  • Digestive Enzymes (amylase, protease, lipase, papain and bromelain.)

Product Features

Octalean contains many useful ingredients. Sea buckthorn is a somewhat new breakthrough discovery, that works much like hot pepper extract to boost the metabolism, with the added benefit of healthy fatty acids including 3, 6, 9, and the lesser known, more rare and equally important, omega 7. EGCG is well known for its ability to help the body burn more fat and increase energy levels. Fucoxanthin is a seaweed compound that is thought to help the body burn more fat, particularly around the stomach. Raspberry ketones are used to help prevent weight gain associated with a high fat diet. Rhodiola root extract is used to help combat against fatigue and depression, to keep the mood and focus elevated. Black pepper extract is used to increase the bioavailbility of all the ingredients in the formula so your body will absorb more of them better. Panax Ginseug extract is used to stimulate the mind and body while supporting a healthy immune system. Digestive enzymes will help your body break down the macronutrients from the supplement as well as the food you eat, better, meaning they will convert to energy and be burned off easier, making them less likely to be stored as fat.

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Advantages

  • Octalean is available in two versions, a stimulant based, and a stimulant free option.

Disadvantages

  • Octalean does not disclose the amounts of each ingredient in the formula, so therefore we are not sure if clinically proven doses are provided. Without this information we cannot comment on its effectiveness.
  • We are not sure what the ingredient distinction is between the regular and stimulant free versions of this product.
  • There are no free samples or trials of this product.
  • No product/ingredient can spot reduce. You will lose weight evenly throughout your body.
  • There are no appetite suppressants in this formula.

Conclusion

Octalean has some merit in the ingredients, but without knowing how much of each you are getting, it may not be enough to produce effective results. For best results, you should also use the supplement with a nutritionally balanced, reduced calorie diet, and regular exercise. No diet pill will do all the work itself.

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