With Avesil, you’re supposed to get fast weight loss, more energy, and reduced appetite.
These claims come from almost every other diet pill out there, but I was intrigued by Avesil because the official website mentions “published scientific research”. That’s not something I see very often.
Let’s see what the truth is about Avesil’s formula and this research. Will it really help you lose weight fast and safe? Should you try Avesil, or is the top-rated Apidextra a better choice?
Avesil Review Video
Avesil has four ingredients; including two patented ones:
Click on the above ingredients for a full review of the ingredient.
Chromium – Studies show that chromium can optimize insulin function. This helps reduce glucose levels and cravings. In fact, chromium helped study participants cut 365 calories a day and lose weight. The clinically proven dose needed for these results is 200-500 mcg, so you’d need to take 2 servings of Avesil a day.
Caffeine USP – This mild stimulant has the ability to increase energy and stimulate fat burn, studies show. It’s also a diuretic, so it can strip your body of extra water weight. However, I don’t think Avesil has enough caffeine for it to be highly effective. Studies show that you need 200-400 mg a day for fat burning.
Decaffeinated Green Tea Extract – Avesil has a patented form of this ingredient called GreenSelect. It contains Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which is an antioxidant. Research shows that EGCG can stimulate the body to burn fat; especially when combined with caffeine. You need at least 200-400 mg a day.
Ashwagandha Extract – This is the second patented ingredient in Avesil called Sensoril. Some evidence suggests that it can increase levels of thyroid hormone, which would boost metabolic rate. Researchers haven’t recommended a specific dose.
Green tea and Ashwagandha are combined into a proprietary blend of 475 mg, so I don’t know how much of each is used in Avesil.
Each bottle of Avesil holds 60 capsules and each capsule is considered one serving. The manufacturer recommends taking 2 capsules a day; but I would suggest taking 3 capsules a day, so you can get a stronger dose of chromium and caffeine. At the same time, I’m hesitant to suggest 3 capsules because I don’t know how if there’s a safe amount of Ashwagandha.
The best time to take Avesil is 30 minutes before a meal.
I do recommend that you eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly while using Avesil. Not only will this help you lose weight faster, it will help you keep pounds off.
What the Truth About the Published Scientific Research?
The claim about published scientific research led me to believe that Avesil had been tested. If that’s true, I couldn’t find any information about the study. All I found was this paragraph:
“We referenced 284 published scientific studies to verify the claims that we make about the ingredients in Avesil.”
The combination and amounts of ingredients Avesil has not been clinically tested and proven.
Will Avesil Cause Side Effects?
If you’re highly sensitive to caffeine, you might experience side effects while taking Avesil. But I think chances are low since Avesil has less caffeine than 1 cup of coffee. The downside to this though is that a lower dose of caffeine makes Avesil less effective.
If a large dose of Ashwagandha is used, it may cause stomach upset, diarrhea, and vomiting. Unfortunately, I don’t know how much Avesil uses or how much is considered a “large dose”. Also, Ashwagandha is considered safe short-term, but there is no information about its long-term safety.
What Do Users Say?
Every diet pill gets some negative feedback, but in the case of Avesil, most of the reviews I found were negative. For example, on Amazon.com, Avesil received an average rating of 2.6 stars out of 5 and more than half of the reviewers only gave it 1 star.
The biggest complaint was that Avesil didn’t work at all. But I also found a lot of complaints about the free trial.
The Free Trial
The only way to buy Avesil from the official website is through a 14-day free trial. For the trial, you have to pay shipping and handling ($5.95) and then you’ll receive a free bottle. Your 14 days starts on the day you order Avesil, so you really don’t have much time to use the diet pill.
If you don’t want to be charged $89.95 for your free bottle, you must cancel the trial and return Avesil before the 14 days are up. If you don’t cancel, you will be charged and automatically entered into the monthly autoship/autocharge program.
Can You Buy Avesil?
Avesil is available for sale on Amazon.com for $54. You can also get it on eBay.com for $49.95. Neither of these sites offers a money back guarantee though, which is a disadvantage since you’re risking a lot of money by buying Avesil.
Is Avesil Your Best Option?
Although Avesil makers claim that their diet pill is exceptional, I’m not convinced. It has some good, proven weight loss ingredients; but it does not or may not have very strong doses. Based on the customer reviews I read, it seems that Avesil is not very effective. I’m also skeptical about the free trial offer. It seems to cause more problems for customers than anything else.
I don’t recommend trying Avesil because I’ve seen better diet pills. Apidextra is a great example. It has powerful, proven ingredients and users say it really works.
If you’ve tried Avesil, I would love to hear your experience. Did it work for you? Would you recommend it?