Obesitrol Review

by The Diet Critic on April 7, 2015

Obesitrol review
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Obesitrol is a non-prescription diet pill distributed by American company, R Walker LLC. This product for weight loss claims that it can help enhance metabolism, boost energy, reduce water retention and promote the breakdown of fat.

The official product page for Obesitrol, lists 5 ingredients. The ingredients it mentions include Irvingia Gabonensis, which some research has found supports leptin sensitivity. Leptin is a hormone responsible for controlling metabolism and appetite. It also contains Green Coffee Bean Extract, which is believed to act as a fat burner; GreenSelect® Phytosome® Green Tea, a unique blend of green tea that is said to help you lose weight faster; Coezyme Q10, a powerful anti-oxidant that supposedly turns food into energy; and Caffeine Anhydrous, a stimulant that boosts energy and can lead to appetite suppression in some people.

At the time this review was written, a single bottle of Obesitrol (a one month supply) cost $19.95 online and came with a 100% 90-day money-back guarantee.

Pros

The official site provides brief information about the ingredients it lists and how they can help with weight loss. It also mentions and references a few studies. These ingredients are commonly found in many weight loss products and have been researched. That said, keep in mind that while these ingredients have been studied there is no solid proof that they will help a person lose weight.

Cons

Although the official website for Obesitrol lists some ingredients within the product, it does not provide a full ingredients list or supplement facts sheet. Furthermore, while the site says that the product contains “4 ingredients that are clinically proven to help you lose weight quickly and safely,” it clearly mentions 5 ingredients, which is confusing because it makes one wonder if they meant to say 5 ingredients, instead of 4, or if one of the ingredients in the formula is not clinically proven. Also, the official site appears to be more focused on selling the pills than it does on providing details about it.

In addition, it contains caffeine anhydrous, which may increase the risk of stimulant-related side effects, such as headache, insomnia, nausea, jitters, mood fluctuations, rapid heartbeat, etc, especially in some people with sensitivities to this substance.

If Obesitrol is a weight loss product that you would like to try, you should play it safe and first consult with your medical practitioner to make sure it is the right choice for you.

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