by Editor on January 17, 2014

Advantrim review Rate This Diet Pill
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Advantrim is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that is produced by Newton Everett and that is designed to help both men and women to be able to burn fat more quickly than they would on their own. This is meant to assist them in being able to lose weight more quickly and easily than would be possible with diet and exercise alone.

At the time of the writing of this review, the manufacturer’s product data sheet on the official Newton Everett website claimed that it is not only good for weight loss but also for health. It contains both synephrine (in the form of bitter orange) and the equivalent of consuming 80 fresh oranges within two capsules. When considering what that implies, it does cause one to wonder whether eating the equivalent to that many fruits would actually be healthy, as that is an extreme amount.

The good news is that Advantrim does contain some vitamins and minerals, which are good for supporting overall health, and the primary distributor of the product, Biovea, has received some positive customer reviews in terms of the customer service that is provided when purchasing the product. That said, customer testimonials and feedback regarding the product, itself, are few and far between.

The product is not a cheap one. At the time of this review, Biovea was selling the product at a discount from its typical list price of $34.95. The sale price was $31.45 for a bottle of 90 capsules. Though that doesn’t sound like very much, when you take into consideration that this provides only a 15 day supply, the price suddenly climbs quite quickly.

The product is designed to be a fat burner that boosts the metabolism and “supports immunity”. Whether or not it can achieve either of those goals depends on its ingredients. Within the formula, according to the official website’s fact sheet for the product, there is: vitamin C, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, magnesium, and the “Advantrim Blend”, which contains green tea extract, Advantra Z™(citrus aurantium, synephrine, hordenine, N-methyltyramine, and octopamine), cocoa extract, L-tyrosine, yerba mate, L-methonine, ginger powder, quercetin, fisetin, DMAE Bitartrate, and grape extract.

As soon as synephrine is seen in any weight loss product, red flags can start to rise. This is a natural compound found in the peel of bitter orange. It functions as a kind of natural form of ephedrine and, like that banned substance, it can increase heart rate and blood pressure levels. Though this can help to reduce the appetite, it is often because it causes the person to become too anxious and keyed up to function properly. While it is legal, there have been multiple warnings issued about its health risks, including increased blood pressure, tachycardia, palpitations, increased risk of stroke, increased risk of cardiac arrhythmias and other forms of unwanted cardiac event.

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