CraveArrest Reviews

CraveArrest review

CraveArrest is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that is designed to function in a way that is slightly different from the traditional fat burner or blocker. Instead, it has been created to achieve that slimmer body in a way that is centered greatly within the brain itself, not the stomach.

According to the official webpage for the product on the manufacturer’s website, it works by balancing some of the major neurotransmitters within the brain. That manufacturer is a company called Designs for Health. It offers a spectrum of different types of supplements, including weight management as well as those from other categories such as eye health, female health, digestion, endocrine support, and many others.

The website explains that CraveArrest is meant to work to create an ideal neurotransmitter balance, including that of dopamine and serotonin. It claims that these are neurotransmitters responsible for the sensation of many forms of cravings, such as those for nicotine and food.

The ingredients Tyrosine and 5-HTP have been included in this formulation in what the site refers to as an “ideal” ratio of 10:1. This is supposed to provide effective results in stopping cravings. At the same time, taurine and Rhodiola are supposed to help to encourage a “healthy stress response.” That said, the site does not identify what exactly that is supposed to mean.

By looking at the ingredients, it is easy to assume that it is merely referring to the effects of stimulant ingredients.

At the time of the writing of this review, the official website contained not only a complete list of ingredients for this formula, but also all their quantities. This is a step that is rarely taken by diet pill manufacturers. Equally, it is one that is greatly appreciated by dieters because it helps them to be able to compare the quantities in a product with those in research studies, to see if the formula reflects any science behind it.

Moreover, it also helps a dieter to know whether or not he or she may be at risk of certain reactions to the product. For instance, many dieters can tolerate small amounts of stimulants but may have adverse reactions to larger amounts. Knowing the quantities can help to prevent those unwanted side effects.

The ingredients listed on the website included: L-tyrosine, 5-hydroxytryptophan, Taurine and Rhodiola root. Some of those substances do have some limited research suggesting they may be beneficial to dieters when used in conjunction with a reduced calorie diet and regular exercise.

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