Some weight loss supplements available today don’t need strenuous workouts or a disciplined eating plan. One such supplement, apparently, is Xenamine. This product contains the trademarked ingredients of Xenolipidal and Burnextin.
Along with its’ claimed weight loss benefits, this dietary supplement also supposedly stops any new cells of fat from appearing on your body.
Many people, not surprisingly, hate working-out. Well, if the official website for Xenamine is to be believed, then you don’t have to stick to a normal exercise routine while taking this weight loss pill.
Moreover, you can just carry on eating all of the food that you enjoy every day. This powerful fat reduction product appears to complete all of the hard work all by itself.
Not ideal for UK based consumers, all orders go via the United States – buy why would you consider this over and above Capsiplex in the first place?
The Usage And Side-Effects of Xenamine
Xenamine works primarily by increasing your metabolic rate and stimulating the central nervous system with caffeine. Regrettably though, the large quantities of caffeine contained within this supplement inevitably means that users will also experience several side-effects. Possible side-effects users might encounter are: nausea, irritability, anxiety, increased heart rate, insomnia, dizziness, heart palpitations, jitters’s and headaches.
It is recommended not to consume other products containing caffeine whilst you are taking Xenamine but, should you be accustomed to taking products high in caffeine (such as coffee and soda pop), you might get away with lessening the side-effects you encounter after you use Xenamine.
The main Xenamine ingredients are:
- Magnolia bark
- Green tea
- Maca extract
- Cha da burge
Evidently, there are lots of caffeine-rich ingredients here which are meant to boost your metabolic rate, although not every caffeinated ingredient will necessarily have this effect. By taking Xenamine, you may achieve a degree of appetite suppression, but the proprietary mixture is not big enough to produce any meaningful results.
What does Xenamine cost
Every Xenamine bottle costs £30.00 / $40.00 and discounts are offered for bulk buying. Unfortunately though, Xenamine does not provide a money-back guarantee, so you can not get a refund if you decide that it is not for you after sampling it.
Is Xenamine recommended
The claims made by the makers of Xenamine, that their product is a prescription strength diet supplement and that it will boost your metabolic rate and lower your appetite, do seem to be a little too bold.
Xenamine contains a proprietary mixture that is far too small to match the kind of results you would experience using prescription strength diet pills. Also, no scientific data is offered to support the manufacturer’s assertions.
This product might contain some ingredients that could promote thermogenesis, but it is unlikely to be sufficient to boost your metabolic rate and stimulate long-term weight reduction. There are also plenty of “active” ingredients within the supplement, that several people could have an allergy to.
Incorporating Xenamine into an exercise and diet plan might give you slightly better results than you would otherwise get, but not sufficiently better to justify the cost of the product.
Where To Buy Xenamine In The UK
The official website appears to be only purchasing option open to UK customers – not a product that would be available on the high street chains such as Boots, Superdrug and Tesco.
Alternative Diet Tablets
Hard to consider any other but PhenQ at this point in time. As far as fat burners are concerned it distances itself from the competition by quite some distance – it is also a product of the UK.
PhenQ is multi benefit – it can burn and block fat and also suppress appetite. It has a 60 day refund policy / guarantee so no risk