The Anadrox diet pill is a patented formula that has “proven fat burners” that are supposed to be a fat-burning breakthrough. Something tells me, however, that Anadrox may not be all it is cracked up to be.
- Vitamin C 60 mg
- Niacin 20 mg
- Vitamin B6 5 mg
- Folate 200 mcg
- Vitamin B12 250 mcg
- Zinc 2.5 mg
- Copper 1 mg
- Manganese 1 mg
- Chromium 50 mcg
VasoThermic Pump Inducing Fat Buring Activators 2639 mg
- L-Arginine HCL
- Choline Dihydrogen Citrate
- Banaba Leaf Extract
- Advantra Z
- Green Tea
Chromium-Does chromium have an important role in blood sugar regulation? Yes. Has that been proven to directly aid in weight loss? Not yet.
L-Arginine-A nonessential amino acid. In this context, nonessential mean that your body already produces a sufficient amount of them in your body. And with no clinical studies supporting the claims that l-arginine is effective in weight loss, we’re not able to recommend it as a proven diet pill ingredient.
Advantra Z-Advantra Z is an extract from citrus aurantium, hence having a higher concentration of the effective ingredient, synephrine. Synephrine is likely to be an effective weight loss ingredient in a weight loss pill.
Phenylalanine-An amino acid that has been shown to aid in appetite suppression. It does this by releasing a hormone called cholecystokinin (CCK) in the intestines which sends a signal to the brain that you are full.
Guggulsterones-Most diet pill companies include guggulsterones while touting its claimed fat-buring capabilities. The claim is that the guggelsterones help in thyroid stimulation, hence helping your metabolism. A higher metabolism translates into more burned fat. Unfortunately, research is somewhat lacking regarding these claims.
Green Tea, Guarana, Taurine-Stimulants that, when combined with other good diet pill ingredients, may help raise your metabolism.
Lots of ingredients doesn’t mean it is effective
A common ploy for diet pills is to have a huge amount of ingredients in order to make you think that it must be good because for everything it contains. The problem, however, it that there is only so much room in one diet pill and trying to squeeze as many ingredients in that small space as possible usually leaves little room for an effective amount of any ingredient at all. This is what seems to be the case with Anadrox. There are tons of ingredients, right? And even though a couple of them are effective, there is no way-with all of the other ingredients squeezed into this pill-that any of these ingredients are included in amounts that are going to help you lose weight. So don’t be fooled by a long list of ingredients!
With no studies, no photos, no testimonials, the only thing that the marketers for Anadrox rely on is their own information about this diet pill. These marketers rely heavily on the patent protected formula that they say makes Anadrox so different than other diet pills out there. But wait, haven’t we heard this before? How many other diet pills out there tout their patented formulas and say they are the best diet pill? Um, just about all of them! This is one of the oldest diet pill marketing tricks in the book. These marketers want you to believe that Anadrox is so new and so cutting-edge that it is patented and there just hasn’t been time to test it. All you have to do is take their word for it, which I wouldn’t recommend.
112-capsule bottle of Anadrox is $24.99.
There’s no mention of a guarantee on the Anadrox website. There should always be a guarantee on a good diet pill, so this doesn’t reflect well on this company.
All in all, there is not one thing that would make me recommend Anadrox. There are too many ingredients stuffed into one little pill, there is no solid information that says this diet pill works, AND there is no guarantee. All of this adds up to a thumbs down for Anadrox.