These days, too many weight loss companies are under the impression that “bigger is better”, stuffing their products with so many different ingredients it becomes impossible to tell what they’re even intended to do anymore. Thus, we find it pretty refreshing whenever we come across a product with a “less is more” approach. When we look a product’s list of ingredients, we like to be able to tell exactly what it’s designed to do. Throwing in everything but the kitchen sink may seem like an effective tactic to make at least one result stick, but efforts like this don’t really result in significant weight loss too often.
One supplement that we’re glad to see is still familiar with the practice of restraint is New Chapter’s Lifeshield Cordyceps product. Instead of a bunch of unpronounceable fat-burners, this supplement sticks with one simple ingredient that’s derived from Tibetan mushrooms. Allegedly, these mushrooms can boost your metabolism and suppress your appetite. Many supplements with ten or more ingredients claim to do the same thing, so what can we make of a supplement with only two ingredients offering similar results?
You shouldn’t assume a product won’t work just because it doesn’t contain as many ingredients as some of its competitors. But on the weight loss market, you shouldn’t assume anything will just work, either. That’s why we investigated New Chapter’s Lifeshield Cordyceps to see how it works.
The name of the Lifeshield Cordyceps’ creator is New Chapter. New Chapter is a supplement company that produces many different health-related products. They are located in Vermont. Their website includes a lot of contact information, like a phone number and the corporate headquarters’ physical address.
New Chapter appears to be owned by Proctor & Gamble. Proctor & Gamble is a multinational consumer goods company that oversees the production of various health supplements. More information, include contact information, can be found on the official website of Proctor & Gamble.
You should take two Cordyceps capsules once a day. These capsules allegedly suppress your appetite and provide you extra energy to compensate for the lack of energy that will occur from eating less. Unfortunately, New Chapter does not provide too many details for how its product actually works in your body.
Unfortunately, the independent reviews written by people who have actually tried Cordyceps are not that helpful either. While some claim to have felt boosts in energy, none discuss feeling a reduced appetite and no one seems to have lost weight.
The only active ingredient in Lifeshield Cordyceps is a 250mg dose of Cordycepin, an anti-inflammatory compound. While Cordycepin is known to have various benefits on the human body, such as some related to cholesterol and cardiovascular health, it does not seem to have any kind of weight loss properties and we’re not sure why you would base a weight loss formula around it.
Lifeshield Cordyceps will probably not result in any side effects.
Lifeshield Cordyceps no longer seems to be available for purchase, so you won’t have to worry wasting your time with it.
Either Cordyceps was ineffective or somehow unsafe, because it seems to have been pulled from the market. This frankly doesn’t surprise us – in fact, it happens all the time. It is not unrealistic for a company to stop wasting money producing a product that people stop buying once it fails to help them, and Lifeshield Cordyceps doesn’t seem to be capable of helping anybody lose weight.
Lifeshield Cordyceps is a supplement derived from Tibetan mushrooms created and sold by New Chapter. While it’s allegedly capable of boosting your metabolism, suppressing your appetite and helping you get rid of unwanted fat, it doesn’t seem to contain any ingredients that are capable of doing any of that. Users do not seem to have lost any weight using this supplement and it seems unlikely that you will lose any weight either.
Using this supplement probably won’t hurt your body or make you sick, but it definitely doesn’t seem like it’ll help you lose weight either. This doesn’t even really matter though, because Lifeshielf Cordyceps isn’t even for sale anymore – probably because it didn’t actually work. Just feel thankful that you don’t need to waste any more time with this potential dud of a supplement.
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