Diet Rx

by Editor on September 3, 2017

Diet Rx review

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Diet Rx is an all natural appetite suppressant that is “doctor formulated”. It is manufactured by Advanced Physicians Formulas and was developed by Dr. Ray Sahelian MD, a natural medicine expert and bestselling author. It supposedly works to decrease appetite, maintain healthy blood sugar levels, maintain healthy cholesterol and lipid levels, balance mood, improve the body’s fat burning and metabolism ability, boosts the antioxidant level of the body and enhances mental concentration.

When this review was written, the Diet Rx formula consisted of the following Diet Rx Proprietary Blend: Ginger root (zingiber officinalis), green tea extract (camellia sinensis, 50% polyphenols), spirulina (spirulina platensis), hoodia gordonii 20:1 extract, cinnamom root (cinnamomum cassia), apple cider vinegar, apple pectin, garcinia cambogia (60% hydroxycitric acid), glucomannan konjac 4:1 extract, grapefruit extract (citrus paradise) acetyl-l-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, banaba extract, 5-HTP, choline bitartrate, inositol, carnitine (HCI), inulin, pomegranate extract (40% ellagic acid), bitter melon extract (momordica charantia), psyllium husk, coleus forskohlii (10% forskohlin), fenugreek seed extract (trigonella foenum), and guggul extract (10 guggulsterones).

Although this may sound like a very good formula, especially since it was developed by a doctor who is a natural medicine expert, never ignore scientific fact. The reality is that Diet Rx is not a proven appetite suppressant. Extensive clinical testing has not been conducted on this product so there is zero proof that it is effective. If anything, the fact that the manufacturer has used “Rx” in its name and are boasting about it being “doctor formulated” calls the integrity of this product into question. The reason is it misleads users into thinking the product is effective and can be trusted simply because a doctor was involved in its development and the term “Rx” was attached to it.

Furthermore, in the description on the official product page, it says that Diet Rx is “effective all natural safe”. It claims it is safe because the formula is free of stimulants. While the lack of stimulants is definitely a positive, this doesn’t mean that the product is without side effects or that it is “safe” simply because it is “all natural”. Just because something comes from nature doesn’t mean it is safe. This blend contains several ingredients, such as garcinia cambogia, that have been known to cause headaches, digestive upset, nausea, etc.

In addition, this proprietary blend contains many ingredients, which also means that is unlikely that there are enough of each of these ingredients for them to have any real effect in such small amounts. This is something that any “natural medicine expert” should know. Simply adding a substance isn’t enough to make any formula effective. Efficacy is not only determined by the inclusion of asufficient amount of an ingredient, but also ensuring that it positively interacts with all the other ingredients with which it has been combined. Anyone – doctor or not – can create a proprietary blend. There is nothing revolutionary, impressive or trustworthy about this formula.

There are better dietary supplements for weight loss on the market than Diet Rx. That said, if you are interested in trying this product, be sure to consult with your doctor first.

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