Biolexin Review - Does This Detox Really Work?
Don’t laugh, but well over 50% of diet products simply don’t work. So what about Biolexin? We took hundreds of user reviews into consideration. We also looked closely at the ingredients, side effects, customer service, and clinical research. We summarized everything to make it easier for you to get the bottom line.
What is Biolexin?
Firstly, Biolexin is a detox and cleansing supplement that claims to be clinically proven to increase weight-loss. Ingredients include Glucomannan, Cape Aloe, Cascara Sagrada, Butternut Bark, Dandelion Leaves, Licorice Root, Ginger Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Goldenseal Root, Chromium, Psyllium, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate.
At this time, we cannot find an official website for Biolexin. It appears to no longer be on the market, but was made by A-M Nutrition, and could have been pulled as early as 2009, according to customer reviews. We like that it uses all natural ingredients, but read on…
Availability Issues – “Can’t Buy It Anywhere?”
Our first issue is that the product doesn’t seem to be available on the market anywhere. “When there’s evidence that a product once existed, but can no longer be purchased, we have reason to believe it was either pulled from the market or the company went under. When this happens, customers have no choice but to look for an alternative,” said our Research Editor.
”I love the detox from this way clearer brain and feel awesome….I am out and can’t find it,” said one unhappy user.
”I can’t find this stuff anywhere online or in store,” grumbled another.
There are some people who were able to find it fairly recently.
“It’s been a while, but I found Biolexin online and found it helpful,” claimed a cheerful customer.
“Last time I found this online, I stocked up so I still have plenty,” said another.
Ingredients – “No Fat Burners”
Since this is a detox and cleansing supplement, there are no fat burning ingredients, just natural herbs to help increase elimination.
”This stuff just makes you live in the bathroom,” warned an individual.
”I learned I had to stay really close to the bathroom. My stomach was always bothering me,” according to one review.
Even still, others were pleased with their results.
We found one shopper who said, “I was able to lose a few pounds to fit into a dress for a wedding within a few days.”
And another offered, “It works well.”
Our research at DietSpotlight has shown issues, like lack of fact burners, or inability to locate the product, tend to negatively affect long-term success. If people can’t find Biolexin, that could be a problem for some dieters.
The Science – “Eh”
Many of the ingredients in this formula have science to support them. Cascada sagrada has been shown to produce a laxative effect. Dandelion root is a diuretic, which releases water weight. This can produce cleansing results, but isn’t necessarily safe for long-term use.
At DietSpotlight, we want to see science before we can recommend any product, but we still want to know the supplement is not only effective, but safe for our readers to use.
The Bottom Line – Does Biolexin Work?
Should I race out for a bottle of Biolexin? It appears it’s not on the market anymore. We are skeptical about recommending products that aren’t readily available, because we don’t know what caused the issue. Plus, laxatives and diuretics aren’t typically suggested for weight-loss.
If you’re ready to lose weight, we suggest using a supplement that’s made with clinically tested ingredients shown to boost fat loss. For the best possible results, use it with a balanced diet and regular exercise program.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It is formulated using four clinically tested ingredients, all shown to help increase your metabolism, curb appetite and increase energy. As we researched, we couldn’t not locate any negative reviews or mentions of harsh side effects, but users are getting solid results, based on testimonials.
Right now, if you’re interested, you can get a Special Trial Offer, directly from the Leptigen manufacturer. We love this kind of confidence in a product.
Previous Biolexin Review (Updated October 20, 2010):
What You Should KnowBiolexin is a detox and cleansing supplement that claims to be clinically proven to increase weight loss. This is not out of the question as most colon cleansing supplements will temporarily cause the scale to lower, but the weight lost is not from fat loss – it is water loss. With terms like “anti-obesity” and “100% Lifetime Money Back Guarantee”, Biolexin is making huge claims the ingredient list may not be able to back up.
List of IngredientsGlucomannan, Cape Aloe, Cascara Sagrada, Butternut Bark, Dandelion Leaves, Licorice Root, Ginger Root, Milk Thistle Seed, Goldenseal Root, Chromium, Psyllium, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate.
Product FeaturesThe main claim of Biolexin is weight loss, which is not common among colon cleansers. Typically, they will claim to increase weight loss as a side effect of cleansing the body. Taking the claims on one-by-one, we find Biolexin is great at making the dieter listen and not so great at backing up claims. Glucomannan is a water soluble fiber that absorbs water and blows up in the stomach, according to claims. There is no evidence glucomannan increases weight loss or decreases appetite significantly though the ingredient is very popular in weight loss supplements. Cape Aloe, Cascara Sagrada, Butternut Bark and Dandelion Leaves are all laxatives or diuretics. These are very common ingredients in a colon cleanser like Biolexin. They will collect water from the small and large intestine and cause increased bowel movements. This could cause a bit of weight loss, but the weight will return when the water balance is restored. Licorice Root, Ginger Root, Milk Thistle Seed and Goldenseal Root are detoxifying ingredients. They work in the liver and blood to remove toxins, according to ancient herbal medicine. Ginger is often included in supplements to claim the stomach. None of these ingredients will increase weight loss or cause the body to burn more fat. Biolexin sells for $29.99 per bottle. With a 100% lifetime money back guarantee, the dieter can return one empty bottle for a full refund, minus shipping and handling. There are no clinical studies supporting any ingredients. The one reference to a clinical study opens an article or paper from Biolexin with no clinical or medical backing.
- Complete ingredient list online.
- Money back guarantee.
- No fat burning ingredients.
- Will not increase weight loss as claimed.
- No supportive clinical trials.
- Makes outrageous claims of weight loss, anti-obesity and anti-diabetic.