Marketed toward people that are tired of seeing their stomach stick out more than it should, Relacore Extra promises it’s users that it can have them losing that pesky belly fat with use of their product. The company claims that stress is related to fat that accumulates around the stomach and waist, so this product will help you feel better and keep that fat off.
Sounds real good doesn’t it? A pill that can make your overall mood better and at the same time lose weight. So does this pill really work? Or is this all just hype with nothing to show for it? We decided to find out.
Who makes it?
Relacore Extra is manufactured by the Hunington Beach, California based All Star Health. All Star Health produces health and wellness products, as well as pet care and bath and body products as well. Relacore Extra can be purchased on the company’s website, as well from third party retailers such as GNC.com
How (and) does it work?
Relacore Extra claims that weight gain especially in the abdominal area may be linked to stress levels. To combat this, Relacore Extra contains various ingredients that are used to elevate the mood of the user. Included with this are various vitamins that help with overall health.
While there are users who report feeling overall better, there have been a lack of people who report an actual reduction in belly fat.
What’s inside of it and are there side effects?
Relacore Extra is filled with many ingredients, making it a multivitamin at the same time as a diet pill. While there are ingredients that are beneficial to overall health, not all of the ingredients listed are known to help with weight loss. Examples of this include poria and phosphatidylserine. Other ingredients, such as Chinese skullcap, may actually cause harm to the user. This product, much like diet pills on the top 10 list, is made of all natural ingredients.
Use of Chinese skullcap has been linked to liver damage. Also Asian ginseng may have an unpredictable effect on the user’s mood.
What’s good about it?
There are various vitamins included in this product that are beneficial to overall health. Examples of this include vitamin C, B1,B2, B3, B6 and B12.
What’s bad about it?
While filled with a wide variety of ingredients, this can all be seen as somewhat of a smoke screen. Some ingredients, such as the various B vitamins are beneficial to overall health. However there are other ingredients, such as phosphatidylserine, which have no relevance to helping people lose weight at all.
Other ingredients that are included, such as Chinese skullcap may cause liver damage. When taking a product, it’s important to be aware of exactly what goes into it. The whole point of the diet pill is to improve your health, not to harm it.
Even with everything that is included in this product, it is a bit curious to note that from all the reviews, no one has talked about actually losing belly fat. True, people may like the mood enhancing effects of this product, but the advertised claim seems to be just that; a claim.
Sure this product is full of healthy vitamins and minerals, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it can help you lose weight. People might feel better overall, but as for losing belly fat, there is no evidence to support this claim.
There are positive aspects to this product, such as the vitamins and mood enhancers in the ingredient list. However just because these aspects of the pill are positive, it still misses it’s main selling point; helping people lose belly fat. There are other diet pills available that can better serve this purpose. If you want to feel better and know you are taking what is essentially a multivitamin, then go ahead, but if you want to lose weight at all you might as well look elsewhere.
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