Is Apidexin the Best Weight Loss Pill?

Warning:  While Apidexin sounds like Apidex the controlled diet drug, and appetite suppressant; it is not the same thing.  Rather Apidexin’s marketers have labeled their product with similar wording to the controlled drug Adipex.

Apidexin is a non-prescription herbal weight loss pill that claims to be a fat burner with eight ingredients, all of which have apparently been clinically tested and are now patented, or patent-pending.  Apidexin can be on the expensive side for some dieteres.

Apidexin ingredients
One of the ingredients is Fucoxanthin, which is derived from Japanese Wakame seaweed. Another ingredient, Razberi-K, is derived from raspberries.  DiCaffeine Malate is a familiar weight-loss ingredient (though the manufacturer lists it under the name Infinergy).  But, there is no available research to show that DiCaffeine Malate (a combination of caffeine and malate acid) is more effective than caffeine alone. Nevertheless, DiCaffeine Malate can have a negative side effects like jitteriness.  A further ingredient, ThermoDiamine is also fruit-based. GuggulEZ 100 contains guggulsterones, which stimulates the thyroid gland. Guggulsterones have been shown to promote lower blood cholesterol levels.  ForsLean contains coleus forskohlii, which is derived from an Asian plant. ForsLean may work to stimulating thyroid hormone production and release. Lipolide-SC supports an increase in the rate of lipolysis activity through cAMP. Rounding off the list of ingredients is Bioperine which is an extract from the fruit of Piper nigrum L (black pepper) or Piper longum L (long pepper). It contains 95% piperine. It increases the absorption of the nutrients found in dietary supplements.

Apidexin Diet Pill Review Summary

Apidexin is relatively expensive for one month’s supply. One ingredient, DiCaffeine Malate, may cause jitteriness.  The formulation does not contain any appetite suppressing ingredients like Hoodia or Caralluma.  Of the ingredients you receive, you are only getting 500mg per total per capsule. Is that a high enough dose to get the job done?  The official product website has few testimonials.  Many of the ingredients, such as ThermoDiamine, are not found in many diet pills currently on the market. There are no spelled quantities of the ingredients contained in this formula listed on the bottle. It is hard to evaluate if there is enough of any of the ingredients to be effective as a weight loss supplement at the recommended daily dose.

Apidexin directions
Apidexin was designed to be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. That is the best way to lose weight.  Exercise and healthy eating are recommended for optimal results. Never exceed the recommended dosage of 1 capsule 30 minutes before breakfast and lunch. Each bottle has enough capsules for 30 days.

Manufacturers’ contact details

Timaru Labs
Salt Lake City,
Ut 84123, U.S.A.

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