Sanafil Review

by The Diet Critic on March 24, 2015

Sanafil Review

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Sanafil is a non-prescription weight loss pill from Phytoscience LTD that is marketed as a pill that “reduces appetite fast.” The primary claim is that Sanafil is an effective appetite suppressant. If the claim is true, this would mean that this diet pill would help the user eat less, allowing them to lower their daily intake of calories, which can help a person shed fat easily and at a faster rate than would be possible through diet and exercise alone.

The ingredients in Sanafil include: Korean Pine Nut Oil, Chromium Picolinate and Vitamin B3. Both Chromium and Vitamin B3 are believed to boost metabolism and support the breakdown of amino acids and glucose. Korean pine nut oil is said to reduce the sensation of hunger. It supposedly excretes natural hormones within the body, tricking the brain into thinking the stomach is full.

At the time this review was written, 60 capsules of Sanafil could be purchased online and the bottle costs € 59.95 (about US$67.00).

Pros

There are only three active ingredients in Sanafil. Thus, there is a better chance that users will be able to benefit from each ingredient and it also lowers the risk of adverse side effects. It is an all-natural, low-calorie supplement. If it lives up to its claims, it will successfully reduce appetite.

Cons

While Sanafil may provide some weight loss benefits, its ingredients are unproven. There is no clinical evidence that chromium picolinate or vitamin B3 help to suppress the appetite. While some studies have found vitamin B3 may help breakdown amino acids, glucose and other nutrients, which could potentially improve metabolism, there is not enough scientific proof that the effect this ingredient has would actually provide any significant weight loss benefits.

Chromium picolinate, on the other hand, is believed to improve the regulation of blood glucose levels, which can help lower food cravings. That being said, more research is required to back up this claim.

As for side effects, Sanafil is typically only a problem for anyone with a nut allergy. It is possible for the ingredients in the formula to cause nausea and vomiting, but this is typically only an issue when these ingredients are taken in high doses. Most people should not have a problem if they take the product as directed. That being said, prior to taking Sanafil, it may be in your best interest to speak with your healthcare professional to make certain the benefits outweigh any possible risks.

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