Phosphacore Review - Does This Weight-Loss Product Actually Work? Are unproven ingredients and customer complaints deal breakers?
We’ve hearing a lot of buzz about Phosphacore pills for weight-loss, so we conducted an in-depth review, scrutinizing the ingredients, side effects, customer care and scientific studies. We additionally scoured the web for all sorts of user comments. Lastly, we summed up all the data we collected to give you the bottom line.
What You Need To Know
First off, Phosphacore is a weight-loss formula created by ANR, LLC. This supplement contains three key ingredients, which are conjugated linoleic acid, phosphatidylserine and ascorbic acid. Put simply, it claims to get rid of belly fat, target problem areas like cellulite and reveal lean muscle tone. This product is supposed to help you “slash” one inch of belly fat in only 28 days. Furthermore, according to the website, Phosphacore accelerates fat loss by 900 percent. You simply take one capsule 15 minutes before breakfast and lunch.
This weight-loss aid has been around since 2010. It can be acquired through the main website for $37 and a 100% money-back guarantee is provided. Furthermore, a couple before and after photos are posted, but read on…
Unproven Ingredients – “Not Good?”
The first thing we noticed with Phosphacore ingredients was the fact that they have nothing to do with weight-loss. According to our Research Editor, “We didn’t find one reason to offer this one up to dieters. There’s nothing here that could help you lose more.”
According to one user, “Product was a complete joke. Did not do nothing. Not a single ounce lost. Do not waste your money or your time.”
Another customer stated, “Have been training hard and using this product and have zero results.”
Customer Complaints – “Uh Oh”
Be sure to see what actual customers are saying about Phosphacore. One user commented, “I have been on Phosphacore for over a month now and have not lost an inch. Am I only supposed to take 2 capsules a day( am) which is what I’ve doing.”
“I too have seen no difference after 30 days,” said another dieter.
Our research has proven that if there is one facet of a weight-loss pill or diet system that is especially bothersome (a painful/difficult exercise routine, too many user complaints, unproven ingredients) the chances of long-term fat loss are not good. Therefore if Phosphacore does result in a vast number of negative reactions, this could be a deal breaker.
The Science – “Effective?”
While the key ingredients used in Phosphacore are explained on the official website, we did not find any solid clinical data to support these as part of an effective weight-loss plan. In fact, the claims made do not match medical research we discovered. Without that science we can’t think of a single reason to spend your money.
The Bottom Line – Does Phosphacore Work?
Well now, let’s see what the final take on this one is. First of all, we appreciate that Phosphacore uses natural ingredients like vitamin C and CLA. However, these have not been proven to help with substantial weight-loss. Furthermore, many customers have complained that this diet pill is ineffective and it’s for those reasons that we have reservations about recommending this one to anyone.
Those interested in dropping excess weight at a faster rate, we recommend you go with a diet supplement that is backed by solid clinical research and is supported by plenty of positive customer feedback.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. This weight-loss pill uses a proprietary blend of four effective ingredients, which have been proven in documented clinical research to help elevate metabolism and encourage fat loss. Furthermore, we can’t find any complaints regarding adverse effects and dieter feedback posted on the web shows people are seeing solid results.
Also, we find it confident that the makers of Leptigen are offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a good sign.
Previous Phosphacore Review (Updated September 19, 2014):
What You Should Know
The weight loss supplement Phosphacore is produced and sold by the company Applied Nutritional LLC. This weight loss supplement cannot be purchased in stores, but is only available for purchase through the official website.
We are told that Phosphacore contains 1,000 mg of Phosphatidylserine, Linoleic Acid and Ascorbic Acid.
The official website for Phosphacore tells us that medical research from the University of Wisconsin and also from a medical center in Norway shows that Phosphatidylserine, Linoleic Acid and Ascorbic Acid, when working together, might safely break up and flush away fat cells. Phosphatidylserine is a phospholipid that is often taken by sportsmen and women as it is said to speed up recovery from injury and help with muscle soreness. It is found in meat and particularly in the liver and the kidneys.
Phosphacore is not the only weight loss supplement which contains Phosphatidylserine, and it is questionable as to whether this lipid is more effective as a weight loss aid or as a muscle soothing agen. Also Phosphatidylserine can be purchased as a standalone supplement. The official website for Phosphacore contains a number of positive testimonials written by those who have apparently used this product with success. A bottle of Phosphacore can be ordered directly from the official website at a price of $37. A number of "discount" offers were available on the official website at the time of writing this review, such as three bottles of Phosphacore at a price of $119.91, together with one bottle free. The official website gives contact details should you wish to contact a representative of the company that produces Phosphacore with any questions or concerns regarding the product. There does not seem to be any kind of offer of a free trial period, nor does there appear to be a money back guarantee upon purchase of Phosphacore.
- Clinical research appears to have been carried out on Phosphacore.
- There is a detailed official website for Phosphacore.
- The product can be ordered directly from the official website for Phosphacore.
- The product is not available for purchase in any stores.
- There is no offer of a free trial period.
- Phosphacore is not the only weight loss product on the market which contains Phosphatidylserine.
- Phosphatidylserine may be more of a muscle-builder than a weight loss aid.
- There does not appear to be a money back guarantee upon purchase of Phosphacore.
There are a number of things that the manufacturers of Phosphacore do right. There is a detailed and well constructed official website for the product and we are also provided with some clinical research for this weight loss supplement. However there does not appear to be an offer of a money back guarantee upon purchase and there is no concrete evidence that Phosphacore is more effective than other weight loss supplements that contain Phosphatidylserine.