Abidexin diet pills is a new name for Apidexin, a weight loss supplement that was heavily promoted on Google search in recent years.
The product claims to be the world’s strongest fat burner; using natural, clinically-proven ingredients to produce fast, visible results.
First of all, there is no difference between Abidexin diet pills and Apidexin. The name change appears to have come about due to the similarities between the name ‘Apidexin’ and the ‘Adipex P’, a phentermine-based drug used for short-term treatment of people suffering from severe obesity.
Is Abidexin effective – what’s in the formula?
The key natural ingredients found in the Abidexin diet pills formula are:
- African mango seed extract
- Green Coffee Beans
- Green Tea
- Caffeine Extract
These ingredients are designed as an all-in-one solution to suppress hunger, burn fat and increase energy levels.
Caffeine is the principle ingredient, in common with many other diet pills of this nature. Its metabolism-boosting effects are well documented, as are common side effects such as sleeplessness, anxiety and depression, restlessness and nausea.
Is there any evidence to back up the weight loss claims?
A study on African mango seed extract was performed in Cameroon in 2005, see the full results here – http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2330043/?tool=pmcentrez.
Twenty-eight subjects were given the extract whilst twelve were in a placebo group. The group given the extract lost an average of 5.26 percent of their body weight, as opposed to 1.32 percent lost by the placebo group.
This does signify African mango’s contribution to weight loss, although not at the rate the makers of Abidexin claim on their website – or at least used to as the claims for the mango seed extract have been removed since the name change from Apidexin.
The claims for Green Tea and Green Coffee Bean remain on the official product website though. The site states a ‘recent’ study of the Green Coffee Bean extract revealed a 17 pound loss in ‘just’ 22 weeks.
The Green Tea claims are just as ‘startling’ – 30 pounds in 90 days. It should be remembered though, most people on a diet will expect to lose between half and one pound per week.
Is there any guarantee offered?
If Abidexin diet pills do not work for you, the company who manufacture the supplement promise to refund you in full within the first 90 days of purchase. The refund is good for one used bottle, and all unused bottles.
What are the Customers Saying?
One and two star reviews of Abidexin diet pills on Amazon currently outnumber four and five star reviews by almost three to one. A lot of people claim that despite being fairly active, they did not lose any weight whatsoever.
Others report feelings of fullness that bordered on stomach cramps and pains. The most common side effect reported was sleeplessness and insomnia, as would be expected with a diet pill that contains a high level of caffeine.
People who say Abidexin diet pills have helped them get in shape, claim weight loss of between four pounds and thirteen pounds in a single week.
Is it worth buying?
Abidexin diet pills are very expensive (£49.96 for 60 tablets) and the weight-loss claims made on the company’s own website are not exactly startling. The inclusion of several ingredients high in caffeine may cause a problem for those sensitive to this ingredient, so certainly isn’t for everyone.
Unfortunately, the poor customer feedback on trusted sites such as Amazon and various independent review sites mean its hard to give it any real recommendation at this time. In our opinion, there are a number of better choices out there.
Recommended alternatives – Phen375
Phen375 is very forthcoming in inviting customer comments, and provides countless genuine before and after photos and success stories from its users.
Becoming a bit of a cliché as “most recommended” on many supplement reviews sites, this product is hard to ignore and has become a favourite of many dieters.