ApidexTrim Reviews

ApidexTrim is an over the counter supplement for weight loss that has been created with women dieters in mind. It is geared toward females who are at least 18 years old According to the claims on the website that sell it, it is supposed to work by helping with fat burning, appetite suppression, and metabolism boosting. It is also supposed to have effects specifically on the female body for making sure that women won’t be inclined to overeat and to discourage the accumulation of fat while enhancing lean muscle mass.

The manufacturer behind this product, Pierce Hawthorne, LLC, may sound like a joke as it is the name of a character on the on-again off-again sitcom called “Community”, but it is actually a real company based in Utah which produces a number of different weight loss supplements. It is not a BBB accredited company and by the time of the writing of this review, it has had one complaint filed against it which has since been resolved.

There is no official website for either the product or the manufacturer, which could be found through searches on Google, so the information used for this review was found on third party websites that sell this product.

At the time of the writing of this review, the ingredients listed on the package for ApidexTrim were: Green Tea, Razberi-K and Chocamine. None of these ingredients has been proven to be directly linked with significant measurable fat loss. That said, there are some early studies that indicate that green tea could be helpful in boosting the rate of weight loss among obese patients. It can also help with a number of other types of wellness benefits. However, the other ingredients are more associated with media hype than actual scientific evidence that they work.

Some websites also list additional ingredients that are not listed on others. Among the additional ingredients that are mentioned on some sites are: cinnamon, ginger root, dona quai, motherwort, fennel seed, soy isoflavones, kelp, L-tyrosine, damiana leaves, wild yarn root, and others.

This makes it very difficult to know exactly what is contained within this product. It is likely that the product has been redesigned and reformulated more than once and that third party selling websites have not kept up with the latest formulations. This makes the product extremely difficult to research and to review. Dieters would likely be advised by their doctors to seek out a different product with official and up to date information available.

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