eAC 1234 Review

by The Diet Critic on March 29, 2016

eAC 1234 Review

eAC 1234 delivers an energy boost and controls appetite, according to the claims that have been made about this weight loss supplement. The “Energy Appetite Control” capsules are said to provide a “tremendous” boost of energy while also working to suppress appetite. It comes from Creative Bioscience. Although the product was formulated for hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) dieters (those following the hCG diet), the manufacturer also says that eAC 1234 compliments other diets, as well.

In addition to helping you increase your energy and decreasing your appetite, eAC 1234 is also supposed to help improve your concentration, enhance alertness, provide a “clearer sense of vision,” and makes it easier to focus. It has been designed to help you reach your weight loss goals comfortably when used with a “sensible weight loss program,” which includes a healthy diet and engaging in regular activity.

Each capsule contains Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Chromium Picolinate, Caralluma Fimbriata Extract, Caffeine Anhydrous, Green Tea Extract, Ginger Root, Reishi Mushroom, Citrus Aurantium, Guarana Extract, Probiotic Blend, and Cascara Sagrada.

The vast majority of these ingredients can be found in many OTC diet pills that have been formulated to burn fat, suppress appetite and boost energy. The suggested dose is to take two capsules in the morning 30 minutes before food.


This product contains caffeine which has been clinically proven to help increase alertness. Therefore, it is possible that you will feel more alert and even energized while taking this product. eAC 1234 has received many positive reviews.


There is no solid scientific evidence that proves taking any of these ingredients will assist in or lead to weight loss. Furthermore, the specific eAC 1234 formula has never been specifically studied to determine its safety or effectiveness as a weight loss aid. Therefore, any claims that the manufacturer has made about this product being safe or effective is unsubstantiated. In other words, there is no proof that this diet pill works.

Due to its high stimulant content (ex. caffeine, synephrine, guarana), eAC 1234 carries a risk of side effects. Some of these may include jitters, anxiety, headaches, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, shortness of breath, increased heart rate, stomach discomfort, and so on. Additionally, this pill, like many other weight loss supplements, combines caffeine with synephrine (found in citrus aurantium, also known as bitter orange). According to the FDA, combining these two substances can have dangerous cardiovascular effects, such as high blood pressure, fainting, heart attack and stroke.

Speaking to your doctor before taking eAC 1234 is in your best interest.

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