What You Should Know
The manufacturers of Xylestril say that it is the most advanced diet pill designed specifically for women. They say that it is scientifically formulated to overcome the physiological and hormonal barriers women face in losing weight. They claim that, as well as helping you lose weight Xylestril will also decrease your PMS, nourish your skin, and control your acne if you have any. The manufacturers tell us that Xylestril helps you lose weight by increasing themogenesis and the user’s metabolic rate, and by also supporting a woman’s unique hormone profile to control appetite.
The ingredients in Xylestril are: Chocolate, Green Tea, Cinnamon, Soy Ginger Root, Kelp, L-Tyrosine, Don Quai, Damiana, Wild Yam, Avena, Mothers Wort,Blessed Thistle, Fennel Seed, Fenugreek,
Magnolia Bark, Elderberry, Passion Flower and Raspberries.
The manufacturers of Xylestril say that the three main features of the pill are as follows: The product overcomes female physiological and hormonal barriers, it increases thermogenesis and the user’s metabolic rate, and it also targets skin cell regeneration, enabling you to have clear skin. It is true that a number of ingredients in Xylestril, such as Wild Yam and Don Quai are very well known for their hormone balancing effects, and can have a positive effect when used by women who have problems with PMS, or who are undergoing Menopause. There is an official site for Xylestril and it can be ordered directly from the site. The manufacturers advise that one capsule should be taken two to four times daily, once in the morning, thirty minutes before lunch and before exercising. The cost of Xylestril is $39.99 for a months supply.
- There is an official website for Xylestril.
- This product can be ordered online.
- Xylestril does contain ingredients which are beneficial for women who suffer from PMS or problems with menopause.
- There does not seem to be a 100% money back guarantee from the product manufacturer.
- There is no free gift with purchase, nor is there a free trial offer for consumers to test out this product.
- There have been no controlled standardized tests of Xylestril that we could discover.
- The manufacturers do not actually provide any clinical proof that this product produces weight loss in women.
- Product ingredients seem more indicative of an anti-PMS/ menopause treatment than a weight loss supplement.
It is certain that many of the ingredients in Xylestril such as don quai, wild yam and kelp are particularly helpful for balancing a woman’s hormone profile. So, there is a strong possibility that if you are experiencing problems with PMS, that Xylestril may actually help you. However, the question that we are concerned with is whether Xylestril will actually help produce weight loss, and if so whether it is superior to other similar weight loss products on the market. We have not seen any concrete clinical evidence that it does result in weight loss, and that it is superior to other products on the market. Based on the ingredient list and the ingredient’s individual effects, Xylestril also seems more concerned with treating problems like PMS and menopause, for which it could in fact be effective.