Avesil

Is Avesil a Breakthrough Diet Pill?

The claim by Avesil’s marketers, a newcomer to the diet pill market, that Avesil has been studied in two clinical studies is false.  According to the product advertising, Avesil is a safe, effective weight control formula made from ingredients supported by substantial published scientific research. The manufacturers claim that users can use Avesil to boost energy, reduce appetite, burn fat and lose weight.  In reviewing Avesil , the weight loss product has not been highly rated by consumers on multiple review sites.

Avesil ingredients

There are 4 primary ingredients, Avesil also contains 150 mg of calcium and 210 mg of potassium per serving, including 150mg green tea extract, 50mg caffeine anhydrous, 133mcg chromium polynicotinate (ChromeMate), and 900mg Super Citrimax.

Clinical studies performed on chromium have given variable results; some have demonstrated that it has no effect at all. ChromeMate is a patented form of chromium, consisting of a combination of three different variants of chromium: chromium nicotinate, chromium polynicotinate and niacin bound chromium. Chromium has been suggested to be able to help increase energy levels and promote fat loss by balancing blood sugar levels. Unfortunately, ChromeMate does not contain GTF chromium. This form of chromium has been shown to be potentially the more effective forms. In fact, may experts suggest looking for formulas that contain the GTF chromium missing in Avesil.  Everything being equal, the limited clinical data on SuperCitrimax indicates it may promote weight loss, but not dramatically. 

One of the core problems with the Avesil formula is the absence of a high performing weight loss agent, which can help the body supress the appetite and burn fat more effectively. Avesil comes with green tea extract, however the FDA has ruled that no health claims may be made about green tea after reviewing dozens of studies and reports.  Experts often suggest looking for products that contain potent appetite suppressants like Hoodia, which have the potential to provide strong weight loss results. The fact that Avesil is deficient in this area is an issue consumers have brought up on ratings sites and blogs, where it has scored poorly due to poor weight loss results.

Avesil product website
There are numerous typos on the Avesil website – always something of a red flag. The website discloses a limited amount of information regarding the product. The manufacturer exhibits news program emblems that have seemingly featured the key ingredients of Avesil but not the product itself. While there are some testimonials on the site, they do not refer to Avesil directly and are very vague.

Avesil clinical studies
On the official Avesil website it is claimed that two clinical studies have been undertaken on Avesil [Preuse, H et al. (2004) Nutr Res. 24(1):45, and Preuse, H et al. (2004) Diabetes Obes Metab. 6(3):171]. These studies are said to have demonstrated that subjects taking Avesil lost 300% more weight than those on diet and exercise alone. Unfortunately for potential Avesil customers no such studies exist. The name of the lead author has been altered on the Avesil website, and is in reality HG Preuss. In both studies the key ingredients used were hydroxycitric acid (Super CitriMax) and a combination of HCA-SX plus niacin-bound chromium and Gymnema sylvestre extract. Avesil uses only two of these ingredients and the manufacturers did not sponsor either study. The Avesil formulation does not use the same amounts of the ingredients that were used in the clinical studies. The clinical studies were carried out using a combination of 200mcg ChromeMate, 1,555mg Super CitriMax, and 200mg Gymneme Sylvestre (Avesil does not contain this ingredient).

Avesil’s “free trial” auto-bill program
The manufacturers of Avesil use a “free trial” auto-billing program. You must pay $5.95 s&h. So that Avesil’s marketers can obtain your credit card information and 14 dayslater Avesil can bill your credit card $89.95 every 30 days, unless you remember to cancel promptly.

Avesil Side Effects
Mild headaches or increased heart rate are possible when taking Avesil. The manufacturer recommends that Avesil should not be taken with prescription (or pharmaceutical) drugs. People with: high blood pressure; cardiovascular disease; liver disease; thyroid disease; psychiatric diseases; diabetes; anemia; anxiety; depression; seizure disorder; stroke; difficulty in urination due to prostate enlargement are advised not to take Avesil.

Avesil product review summary

Avesil’s formula is pretty basic and while some the ingredients are backed by published clinical research studies at much higher amounts vs. Avesil lower dose, the Avesil product is not back by any published clinical human trials.  Avesil can be expensive for some dieters.  Limited information about the Avesil diet product is provided on the website.  Avesil contains no proven appetite suppressant.  The free trial automatically signs the consumer up for the auto-ship program.  Avesil contains low level thermogenic agents and it  does not contain a high quality herbal appetite suppressant.  Avesil has performed poorly on a number of consumer websites.  Avesil does not contain clinically proven dosages of ingredients in quantities large enough to promote real weight loss.  Avesil’s privacy policy indicates Avesil may sell your personal information to third parties.   Avesil has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  The quality and concentrations of Avesils’ ingredients haven’t been certified by an independent laboratory. 

There are far better diet pills currently available in the market. Avesil is extremely expensive at $89.95 for a one month’s supply. There is nothing in this formula to justify this price. For example, at many reputable online retailers it is possible to buy potent versions of every ingredient in the Avesil formula for under $40 total (for one month’s supply), and combine them together.   There is no way to order this product other than through the “free trial” offer presented on the website. Such a selling approach, involving the combination of outrageous cost, ordinary formula and “free trial” offer should be viewed with caution.

Avesil manufacturer details
The manufacturer of Avesil is Green Bracket LLC, Miami Beach, Florida. The Customer Care address for Avisil is given as:

Avesil Customer Care
330 NE 62nd Street
Miami, Florida 33138
Tel: (866) 730-3330

Avesil directions
Two capsules of Avesil taken 3 times per day to a total dose of 450 mg green tea extract, 150 mg caffeine, 399mcg ChromeMate and 2700 mg Super Citrimax.  Each bottle of Avesil contains 180 capsules and lasts 30 days (6 capsules/day).

Manufacturers’ recommendations
This product was designed to be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. Please consult with your health care practitioner before taking Avesil. You should never take a double serving of Avesil. If you do miss a serving, simply take a regular serving at your next scheduled time. Always carefully read the label in its entirety before taking Avesil or any other dietary supplement. Women who are pregnant or nursing should not take Avesil. Do not take Avesil if you are under 18 years of age. Individuals with pre-existing health conditions should consult with a physician or licensed, qualified health-care professional prior to using Avesil or starting any weight loss regimen.

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