Xyngular Review - Does This Weight-Loss Program Work? Are price and side effects deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/03/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
With all the talk about Xyngular products, we thought it a good idea to plunge into the ingredients, pricing and side effects. We took the time to read through hundreds of consumer comments and reports online. We gathered and rehashed the information in a condensed version for readers.
What You Need to Know
To begin, Xyngular is a program of weight-loss products offered in kits. You can purchase supplements and meal-replacement shakes as part of a package. You use the items throughout the day, but all are easily carried.
Xyngular claims to have been in the business for decades- quite a long time. Purchases must be made through distributors. Xyngular does have a “B+” rating from the BBB and there are some supportive comments from users, but read on…
Price – “Watch Out!”
There are no prices listed on the Xyngular website, but distributors do share costs. You can spend more than $600 a month on one weight-loss kit. “Supplements are an effective part of a program, but you don’t have to break the bank purchasing them,” says our Research Editor. “Xyngular is one of the most expensive choices available today.”
“I was sent to the official website and saw the startup for the initial kit was about $250.00…very expensive…,” one potential buyer explains.
“They keep telling me their warehouse guy is so [busy] dealing with refund[s] that they are way backed up. $500 is way [too] much to spend,” a buyer says.
Another dieter reveals, “I want to try the ignite package but it is too expensive.”
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Side Effects – “Something to Think About”
If a dieter has to deal with side effects, it can impact how long they choose to stick with a supplement. We found negative reactions mentioned throughout forums and comments. “I only took the sample and my heart was racing all day and I couldn’t sleep at night,” one dieter explains.
We found another user that claims, “I have now tried to take the Xyng [from Xyngular] 2 times. Both times I got meaner than a junkyard dog.”
Based on our investigation into weight-loss supplements, if there are negative side effects the chances of long-term success are decreased. If Xyngular does cause issues, we could be looking at a dilemma.
Though Xyngular does not list clinical studies supporting weight-loss claims, we did find some research into ingredients like green tea and caffeine. The trouble is Xyngular offers products without backing. The Flush, for instance, is a laxative, not a supplement designed to help you lose weight. At DietSpotlight, it is paramount the science is there. Without this, we wave the white flag.
The Bottom Line
After taking all factors into consideration, we came to a conclusion about Xyngular. We appreciate the good BBB rating and the decent customer support, but we don’t feel right about encouraging the use of these products. Dieters report side effects and the headquarters is located in a college.
If you’re interested in dropping more pounds, our research reveals it’s a good choice to find a supplement that brings with it proven ingredients and a modest price.
Amidst the first-rate products on the market for 2015 is Leptigen with a four-ingredient formula demonstrated in clinical studies to promote revved up metabolism and increased fat loss. We can’t find notes of adverse side effects and the word around the web is dieters are enjoying good results.
Furthermore, the maker of Leptigen is so positive about the formula they’re presenting a Special Trial Offer.