What You Should know
The manufacturers of Solidax tell us that Solidax was developed in the US, by the company Weight Loss Clinic and released on the market in 2003. The main active ingredients in Solidax are Synephrine Picolinate, and Pyrovate. The manufacturers claim that Solidax works by suppressing the users appetite while also increasing the metabolic rate, all without any negative central nervous system effect. They say that Solidax stimulates the specific adrenergic receptors, and accelerates the fat-burning metabolism without cardiovascular side effects.
The ingredients in Solidax consist of Synephrine, Calcium Pyruvate, Chromium Picolinate, Gelatin, and Magnesium Stearate.
The ingredients in Solidax are, in fact, ingredients that are widely used in other weight loss products. For example, one of the main active ingredients in this product is Synephrine. Synepherine is derived from Bitter Orange Extract, and is said by a number of manufacturers that include it in their weight loss products to be a safe alternative to Ephedrine. Ephederine is a known metabolic stimulant that also produced harmful side effects, and that was ultimately banned by the FDA in all but small doses. However, a number of dieticians and experts have some concerns about Synepherine as well, since it constricts the blood vessels. They believe that it can increase the risk of stroke and heart attack, although many more studies need to be undertaken.
In view of this, Solidax is probably not a safe weight loss product to be taken by anyone who has heart, blood vessel, or blood pressure problems. You will see the ingredient Synepherine included in other weight loss products under a range of other names, such as Bitter Orange Extract, and Citrus Aurantium. It is also in the popular weight loss product Advantra Z.
The manufacturers say that Solidax should be taken three times a day, with one capsule taken thirty minutes before each meal. It is sold at a price of $60.97 for sixty capsules.
- Solidax can be ordered online.
- There are a number of reviews and testimonials available for this product.
- There is a full list of ingredients available for Solidax.
- There does not seem to be a 100% money-back guarantee if you buy Solidax.
- Some experts believe that Synephrine, which is one of the ingredients in Solidax, may increase the risk of a stroke or heart attack.
- There have been no controlled standardized tests carried out on Solidax that we could see.
- No free trial sample of Solidax seems to be available.
The ingredients that make up Solidax are in fact ingredients that are widely used in other weight loss products. The manufacturers of Solidax do not provide any evidence which explains why they believe their product will achieve superior results to other similar weight loss products on the market. We would also like to see controlled standardized safety tests carried out on all weight loss products which contain the substance, Synephrine. We usually stay away from untried “miracle” ingredients until they have proven themselves over time.