Apidexin Review

by The Diet Critic on December 8, 2010

apidexin reviews

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Apidexin is a diet pill that was created by the Apidexin Research & Development team. Its manufacturers claim that it is the strongest fat burner in the world and its developers say that it provides superior results to the majority of prescription diet drugs. It is marketed to both men and women who want to lose between four and seven pounds within seven days. This being said, each bottle of the drug contains enough for thirty days of use (one pill, twice per day). The Apidexin marketing materials suggest a nutritious eating plan and a regular activity regimen for best results with these diet pills.

No full list of ingredients was provided on the website, though some ingredients were mentioned in an explanation of how the drug works. It claims to be “vegetarian based” and eight active ingredients could be found on the website. These are Bioperine, Ifinergy, Lipolide SC, ForsLean, ThermoDiamine, GuggulEZ100, Razberi-K, and Fucoxanthin.

By examining these eight ingredients it is easy to see that the manufacturers of this drug weren’t trying to create a supplement with one or two different ways to assist in weight loss. Instead, each ingredient has its own purpose. What is not known is whether or not there is enough of any of these ingredients in order to have a positive fat-reducing effect. The website neither lists quantities of any given ingredient in the drug, nor does it cite any reliable clinical studies that have proven the effects of the product. It appears to be a pill that is primarily geared toward thermogenesis (so that the metabolism burns calories faster), increased fat burning, supporting proper blood sugar levels and lean muscle tissue, as well as the effects of a stimulant.


The advantages of Apidexin are that it does not require a doctor’s prescription so that it is more convenient to obtain. If even one of the key ingredients do indeed work as the official website describes, than it may offer some weight loss benefit. The manufacturers offer a 100 percent money-back guarantee when the product is ordered from the official website.


The disadvantages of Apidexin are that there is no clinical data to support the claims about the efficacy of the formula, nor do very many customer testimonials show that there have been positive results. An offer for a free trial sample of Apidexin could not be found on the website at the time of this review. A bottle containing a month’s supply of the supplement costs $99.95, which is frequently too expensive for the average dieter. A full list of the ingredients within the Apidexin formula is not revealed on the official website. Some comments on third party review websites from people who have tried this drug and have mentioned headaches as a side effect.

Apidexin does not appear to stand out very much from other similar non-prescription weight loss supplements. At its price – which is significantly higher than most of its competition – it is advised that a doctor be consulted before considering Apidexin.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Josephine October 1, 2011 at 6:12 am

Apidexin is a perfect fat burner product, it helps in reducing the body weight without any side effects. I have been using this since last 3 months and I wondered on reducing my weight. It does a wonderful job so like it!


Jan March 26, 2012 at 9:43 am

Apidexin just didn’t seem to work very well for me. I had all the side effects but no weight loss.


Danielle March 5, 2013 at 2:49 pm

My experience was the same. Jitters and headaches but no weight loss


Karen April 27, 2012 at 7:17 pm

I’m not exactly sure what I think of Apidexin. I probably wouldn’t buy it again, but my experience with it wasn’t entirely negative. It gave me lots of energy when it came time to work out, which was great, because I never feel all that keen to work out. Just thinking about it makes me feel tired LOL. But when I was actually exercising, I found that I got overheated really easily and I was sweating huge amounts, which was rather embarrassing considering that it was happening after very little exercise. I ended up drinking tons of water just because I was afraid I’d dehydrate. At the same time, if that’s what thermogenesis is, I guess that means it was working, right?


Tina June 25, 2012 at 9:20 am

Doesn’t work. Tried it for two weeks.


Corinne September 22, 2012 at 9:09 am

Apidexin is an interesting kind of pill. I found that it was pretty expensive, but then when I really looked into it, it turns out that all of the pills that are like it are in around that much so I’d call it competitive. I didn’t find that it was all that strong for me, but it definitely did work. I could tell a difference, I just didn’t think it was a strong one. I was inclined to take more than what it said (but I didn’t).


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