This product is a bit short on words, as there is little over a paragraph describing what this concoction actually is. Lean EFX is meant to make energy levels rise, vanquish thoughts of eating and lace the user’s mood with positivity. The company has this commodity at a price of $49.95.
Lean EFX is also declared to give users a focus so strong, that it is like a concentrated laser beam. Sounds pretty impressive! But is it really that good? Will this product end up being a washout that results in nothing but a loss of money? After reading this article, you’ll know the answer.
The Norcross, Georgia based Formutech Nutrition is the company that formulated Lean EFX. Formutech’s website is a bit dated, as it still has text up about how summer is almost here, despite summer currently being in full swing. Despite the company displaying testimonials for other products on their homepage, the site as a whole remains devoid of any reviews on Lean EFX. Lean EFX may be purchased on the company’s own website, as well as online suppliers such as BodyBuilding.com.
The quintessential points that this concoction looks to address are that it will extirpate your hunger, give you a burst of new found energy and make you feel overall happier and more focused. Be that as it may, this product has shortcomings on any real details on how it goes about doing this, instead only producing a short description about itself plus an ingredient list. Heedless of this, the instructions for this product are that the user is to take 1 capsule first thing in the morning, and to never take more than 2 a day.
The website is destitute of any reviews, so we have no way of knowing if this product really is all that effective or not.
This product is known to contain three separate proprietary blends. Each of these blends has a different point. The Next Gen blend is to give the user energy. The Thermo blend is to enhance mental functioning. The Neurotherapy blend is to suppress appetite. We find however that the names are a bit mixed up in what is supposed to actually be effected. For example, the Thermo blend does not activate thermogenesis and the neurotherapy blend does not affect the mind. Diet pills on the top 10 list avoid this kind of confusion.
-Pyridoxine HCl: Has very important relations to the way that proteins and amino acids get metabolized.
-Niacin: A kind of acid that occurs naturally in fauna and flora, this is useful in diminishing cholesterol levels.
Next Gen EFX:
-Evodiae fructus: From flora that is native to mainland Asia, this has been known as a remedy for high blood pressure, as well as a various abdominal and gastrointestinal maladies.
-Caffeine: A widely renowned ingredient in diet pills that is known as a diuretic that energizes users.
-Green coffee bean: Despite the publicity that this substance gets on television, studies have reveals the inadequacy this ingredient has in respects to managing weight.
-L-theanine: Found in fungi and plants, this amino acid is known to alleviate symptoms of stress.
-L-phenylalanine: Classified as a nonpolar amino acid, this optimizes the nervous system, upgrades memory and sharpens alertness.
-Panax ginseng root: Not the same as ginseng from either Siberia or America, this has been known as a combatant against bleeding disorders, abdominal maladies, cystic fibrosis, joint pain and chronic fatigue.
-L-5 hydroxyTryptophan: Arouses the central nervous system and the brain so that serotonin is produced, which gives a euphoria-like effect upon the mind.
-N-acetyl tyrosine: A bedrock to protein, this is known to stifle appetite, as well as treat depression.
The company’s website report no side effects from use of this product.
Panax ginseng, which is included in this product, is a bit of an elixir for a variety of maladies.
The official website to this product lacks any reviews of this product. This is a bad sign, because as it stands, it’s like there’s not even one person who has any interest in buying this product! If there were any good reviews, surely they would be displayed on the website, but as it stands, the number of reviews amounts to 0.
There is also a gaping void in scientific data to support any claims that this product suppress hunger, gives users energy or focus or has them feeling any better than they would have if they did not take this product. This is an important area to note, because less reputable diet pills will often try to overlook this aspect, instead relying on their marketing copy to sell their products.
This product is also by no means cheap. A supply of thirty capsules is going to set you back about $50. And that’s only for a single month! Continued use of this product is sure to leave a pretty visible dent in your bank account as time passes.
For spending a lot of money, there’s little credibility to back this product up. There are always better products to buy.
With such little information supplied about itself, this product is almost the same as a commercial. Short in description, lacking any real data to back it up, but maybe looking nice..all for an exorbitant price that is. Diet pills with more sophistication are much more full of details and research. There’s essentially no reason to spend half of $100 for one month with this product. Might as well save your money for something that is cheaper and has proof to show that it can work.
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