Xerisan Summer Review
What You Should Know
Xerisan Asa is a weight loss supplement. It was released in the United States in January of 2006. While there is an official website for the product, there is not information on the manufacturer of Xerisan. The website contains word misspellings and no direct contact information. In order to contact the suppliers with a question about Xerisan, a fulfillment center is used.
Chromium Picolinate, Phaseoliman (White Kidney Bean), Synephrine, and Calcium Pyruvate.
Chromium is used in many weight loss products as a means of balancing insulin and glucose in the body. Many dieters feel excessively hungry after a glucose drop and Chromium is thought to help relieve this feeling. There are no scientific claims supporting Chromium as effective.
The Phaseolaman is said to help prevent the body from absorbing starches that you get from certain types of foods. Early studies showed that they thought that this may be effective, but more recent studies may prove differently.
Synephrine is an ingredient that is known as being a sort of cousin to the banned ingredient Ephedra. Ephedra, a relative of the amphetamine family, was banned in the United States due to the potentially harmful and addictive side effects that it produced such as rapid heart beat, shortness of breath, and chest pains.
The website does not provide scientific support for Xerisan ASA. There is one reference to a scientific study supporting some of the ingredients, but the study is not linked and there is no means of finding the specific journal referenced. The link on the website reading Scientific Weight Loss offers a report and not evidence supporting the ingredient or the weight loss supplement.
- The website lists active and inactive ingredients.
- Xerisan ASA is expensive.
- Customer testimonials do not include before and after photos.
- There is no scientific evidence to back up the claims of the manufacturers.
- No direct contact information is provided.
Xerisan ASA is a questonable weight loss supplement. Synephrine has been found to induce negative side effects in some users, yet the website for Xerisan claims there are no side effects. The lack of contact information and a clear manufacturer is also disturbing. The website is nothing more than a poorly written front for an eStore to purchase the supplement. At this time we cannot support the Xerisan ASA product.