Once upon a time people used to use natural ingredients to cure whatever maladies they may have had. Things have changed today however, with synthetic diet pills taking center stage. With so many pills made in labs, it’s easy to forget that there was once a time when people used ingredients from the world around them to cure their ailments. That’s where Accelis steps in, claiming to help users lose weight in an all natural fashion.
Accelis likes to boast that is stimulant free, and that it can help with rapid weight loss. And all this from only taking a pill a day made of all natural ingredients. So who’s to claim the validity of the points Accelis makes about itself are correct? We decided to check and find out.
Accelis is manufactured by the Ontario Canada based Iovate Health Sciences Inc. Iovate Health Sciences also produces not only weight loss supplements, but nutritional supplements as well. While Iovate has it’s own website, Accelis‘s own website has been discontinued. The product however can still be purchased at third party retailers, such as Walmart, although availability of Accelis is increasingly scarce.
It’s usually in this part of the review we would reference points made on the product’s official website, but in this case Accelis has no official website. Links such as www.buyaccelis.com are no long active and only bring up an error message. Seems to be a bit of an omen, don’t you think?
Accelis claims that it can help it’s users lose weight in an all natural way that is free of stimulants. It also uses a key ingredient, lagetstromia speciosa, which is supposed to stop fat from forming by promoting glucose in the blood stream. This in turn is also supposed to help build lean muscle.
So to the makers of Accelis then, it should seem strange that people who have used this product have complained of either not seeing any results at all. But results speak louder than advertising phrases, that no one can debate.
Accelis likes to boast that not only are it’s ingredients all natural, and that there are no added stimulants in it’s product. While this all sounds great, the fact of the matter is that the amounts of some of the ingredients, such as lagerstromia speciosa, are so small that they wouldn’t produce results at all, if any. This is unlike all natural diet pills that can be found on top 10 lists. Some believe that the active ingredient is completely diluted from the other ingredients that are included, and being that the results people have experience haven’t been jump-for-joy amazing, signs would point to this being true.
For people who don’t like taking a ton of pills a day, this product is right up there alley. Accelis claims that only one of their pills is needed a day to have results showing.
Accelis brings paper thin promises to the table. While including ingredients like lagerstromia speciosa, it’s never mentioned that the amounts included are so small that they would have a much lessened effect than advertised.
No clinical studies are shown to prove that Accelis works. Sure the ingredients are all natural and don’t produce side effects like most stimulant based products do, but do the ingredients produce results? The answer is a plain and simple no. If it did, there would still be a website dedicated to Accelis, and it would be much easier to purchase than it currently is.
Obviously the maker of Accelis knew something was wrong, which is why it has no website. If anything, Accelis features what a bad weight loss pill would feature: hard to find company sources, hard to buy, inconclusive studies, vaguely mentioned catch phrases with no backing. In the end all this makes Accelis look more like an incomplete thought of a product than the real thing.
This product’s official website has not only been removed, but the company that manufactured it, Iovate Health Sciences, doesn’t even feature the product on their website anymore! So just think about that, how effective is a product that it’s own maker doesn’t want to talk about?
Everything comes from nothing and so it shall return. Accelis was once a product that was promoted as an all natural cure to weight loss, but eventually it was discontinued. Nowadays it’s much harder to find Accelis, and with internet commerce moving as fast as it does, remaining stockpiles of the product are surely dwindling. As these stores dwindle, other cheaper, more effective diet pills rise to take the spot where Accelis once was. And when the supply of Accelis finally runs dry, it will disappear, just like it’s official website has. Produced from nothing it will return to this state once more.
We recommend looking at this example of Accelis as a learning experience in the world of weight loss products, and suggest that you look elsewhere for better diet pills.
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