Does Capsipure Work
Capsipure is the latest clone of Capsiplex to appear in the UK diet tablet market.
It uses similar ingredients, similiar marketing tactics and similar packaging – but its not Capsiplex
Capsipure is made by OmniActive Health Technologies and using a proprietary blend of Capsimax (red hot chilli pepper).
Capsipure was recently highlighted in monthly lifestyle publication OK Magazine – offering readers a chance to win a months supply, this competition is now closed.
Capsipure What It Is
Capsipure copies a similar method to its chili based competitors by claiming that red hot chili pepper (capsicum extract) taken in large doses can dramatically reduce daily calorie consumption
The claims are not without substantiation either with many independent trials showing that red hot chili does have the ability to burn calories.
Capsipure How It Works
Independent clinical data has proved that capsaicinoids ( the active ingredient in capsicum ) stimulates the breakdown of excess body fatt by increasing your metabolism. Capsicum can harness this positive effect to help you slowly burn more calories than normal.
Capsipure Side Effects
Although chili based diet have proven safe for human consumption, some users do experience a slight reaction.
The very nature of capsicum being gastronomically hot can cause a mild throat or stomach irritation.
Where To Buy Capsipure
Can be purchased at selected high street branches of Holland and Barrett costing around £24.99 for a month supply.
Can also be bought online through their online store.
Is Capsipure Worth Buying or Trying
Any diet tablet that contains chili pepper (capsicum) as a main ingredient is proven to be effective – however the best example of a fat burner using this ingredient is the Capsiplex.
Capsiplex is the original chili diet tablet and is imitated.
If you do wish to use a fat burner we recommend you give Capsiplex serious consideration.
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