With so many different diet pills available on the market, it can be hard to figure out which one is best for you. Are you looking to suppress your appetite? Or are you looking to have your energy levels raised? Why not both? That’s where TakeOff steps up to the plate, claiming to not only do what was just listed above, but also act as a thermogenic agent as well, boosting the metabolism in the process.
So is TakeOff as effective in helping people lose weight as it claims? Or is this product a dud, with claims that are no more real than a fairy tale? We decided to find out.
TakeOff is manufactured by the West Caldwell, New Jersey based Maximum Human Performance, also known as MHP. MHP is known for producing various fitness, health and wellness products, as well as providing recipes and videos for customers as well. Take off can be purchased on the company’s official website, as well as third party retailers such as Amazon.com.
TakeOff claims that it acts as a thermogenic agent, which helps boost the metabolism. It is through this that TakeOff claims that you can lose weight all day, and not just in one sitting. In addition to this TakeOff claims that it can not only suppress appetite, but boost energy levels as well. To use TakeOff, users are instructed to take a serving of 2 tablets before a workout.
Despite it’s positive claims, some users did not find this product very effective as compared to other diet pills available on the market.
TakeOff likes to market itself that it is free of ephedra, a substance that has been banned in diet pills for the adverse effects it may cause. In ephedra’s place is another ingredient, known as citrus aurantium, which contains synephrine, which is chemically similar to ephedra. All the ingredients included in TakeOff are all natural, just like diet pills on the top 10 list.
While claiming to have no negative side effects, it should be noted that this product contains stimulants. As such people who are sensitive to stimulants or who have heart conditions may want to talk to their doctor before using this product.
TakeOff is free of ephedra, which is a potentially dangerous substance.
Unlike more legitimate diet pills, TakeOff lacks an official website. It’s hard to be confident in a product when it’s internet presence is a bit lacking. If the makers had put some time into making a website, the delivery of this product would be much more professional.
Also despite it’s claims, there is no scientific proof that this product can actually help people lose weight. The lack of studies provided doesn’t make us that confident in this diet pill. In general however, there is a lack of information on this product, so all you really have to go on, is the product description that is provided.
Lastly if you are not satisfied with this product, there is no money-back guarantee. What you see is what you get with this product.
TakeOff markets itself as a product that can help you lose weight through thermogenesis. While this may sound good, there is no evidence to support that this is actually effective in living up to it’s claims.
When reading the product description, it seems like TakeOff may actually be effective in helping people lose weight (it’s even free of ephedra!) When one looks into the details a bit more however, there is a lack of scientific studies to prove that this product can live up to it’s claims. Better diet pills are available that have scientific evidence proving their effectiveness. As it stands, TakeOff may sound like a good idea, but in reality it’s just a waste of time and money.
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