Anoretix claims to be the strongest appetite suppressant on the market and even goes so far as to proclaim itself a “magic pill that will solve all of your weight woes.” Of course, essentially every weight loss product makes some kind of claim resembling this, but you have to admire how bold Anoretix is by actually claiming to be a miracle drug.
The makers of Anoretix claim that the product is capable of suppressing users’ appetites while boosting functions in the body such as metabolic rate to help users lose weight quickly while still retaining muscle mass. These are not too different from the capabilities that other weight loss products claim to possess, but is there anything that distinguishes Anoretix as a true miracle drug? Let’s take a look at the product and see if it really is all that it claims to be.
Anoretix is produced by a company known as Gadd Formulas, located in Salt Lake City. Gadd Formulas has produced several weight loss pills in the past, such as Deca Slim, Liporexa and Apidextra. The company claims that their products are backed by up to 20 years of scientific research and designed to be both effective and safe. It seems like Gadd Formula products often come with money back guarantees, but some negative reviews of the company that can be found online have expressed frustration with actually trying to get their money back, and there seems to be a lot of controversy surrounding the company online, with many accusing Gadd Formulas’ products and business practices as being rip offs and scams.
The official Anoretix website instructs users to take two pills a day. The makers of Anoretix claim that the drug consists of a proprietary blend of ingredients capable of reducing appetite, boosting your metabolism, preventing your body from absorbing carbs and accumulating fat. Anoretix suppresses your appetite by boosting your levels of serotonin and by regulating the amounts of sugar in your blood. The drug also claims to activate enzymes in your body to help you burn more fat while maintaining muscle mass.
The makers of Anoretix claim that the product’s ingredients been clinically tested in scientific studies, but provides very little information and no sources regarding these studies. Of course, the official Anoretix website lists several positive reviews raving about how effective the product is. However, the company admits in fine print that these results are actually atypical and thus not representative of what the product can do! A look around the internet yields almost nothing but negative reviews of the product that all dismiss the product as ineffective.
The official Anoretix website explains that the drug contains a proprietary blend of nine ingredients, dividing each into four categories: appetite reduction, carb blocking, fat blocking and metabolism boosting. Unfortunately, the doses of each ingredient present in the proprietary blend are not disclosed, but let’s take a look at what Anoretix is made of.
Anoretix claims that its appetite reducing abilities result from the presence of something called Super Citramax, bitter orange extract and a patented form of Chromium Picolinate known as ChromeMate, the effects of which have actually been discredited by the National Institute of Health.
Anoretix’s carb blocking properties come from the presence of a white kidney bean extract, while its fat blocking abilities are a result of the proprietary blend’s Nopal Cactus Plant extract.
Most of Anoretix’s ingredients are devoted to boosting users’ metabolisms. These ingredients include hormone blends such as Tonalin CLA-3, 7-Keto DHEA, a patented form of black pepper known as BioPerine and Coleus Forskohlii extract.
Users have reported experiencing several side effects while taking Anoretix, such as rapid heart rate, insomnia, headaches, uncomfortable gastrointestinal symptoms and even blurred vision and anxiety.
Anoretix offers a 100% money back guarantee if returned within the first 90 days.
One of Anoretix’s main ingredients has been discredited by the National Health Institute as being an ineffective weight loss ingredient. The makers of Anoretix clarify on the product’s official website that they always put safety before effectiveness, but users have experienced uncomfortable and potentially dangerous side effects as a result of taking Anoretix. Anoretix has received a large number of negative reviews online by users expressing dissatisfaction with the product’s results and the company’s business practices, and even the official Anoretix website notes that the positive results used to back up the drug’s claims are atypical and anecdotal.
Anoretix claims to be a “magic pill” capable of suppressing your appetite and boosting your metabolism, but many users have found this to not be the case. Worse, the product has been known to result in nasty side effects and one of its key ingredients has even been dismissed as ineffective by the National Health Institute.
The company responsible for Anoretix straight out admits on the product’s official website that significant weight loss is an atypical result from using Anoretix, so what is even the point of giving it a try? With negative results and ingredients that have been proven to be ineffective, it seems like there are only reasons to stay away from this so-called miracle drug.
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