Newton-Everett makes a lot of different pills and a large part of their product line is made up of weight loss pills. Xanthadrene is a weight loss pill that is works by increasing your fat burning potential and it does this by using the supposed power of a seaweed extract. The seaweed is supposed to help your body naturally increase thermogenesis and metabolism and thereby burn more fat. This kind of method for weight loss is not novel and there are plenty of different products out there that do the same thing.
- Green tea
- Hoodia gordonii
- Pomegranate extract
Green tea is a powerful ingredient that has been added to just about every fat burner on the market and it will help to raise metabolism and energy. Hoodia gordonii is an unproven ingredient that is supposed to help with appetite suppression but has not shown good results in clinical tests. Both pomegranate and fucoxanthin work together to speed metabolism and thermogenesis but the effects of these two are also unproven.
Newton-Everett just recently released a few new fat burners and Xanthadrene is one of them. Xanthadrene is not given any kind of priority on the website nor are any other pills. Newton-Everett has a fairly impressive website for their pills and they offer up almost all of the information that you would need on their products.
Xanthadrene sells for $49.95 on the official website You may be able to pick it up for a bit cheaper somewhere else but chances are that prices will not vary much as the pills are fairly new.
Xanthadrene comes with the Newton-Everett 30 day guarantee. 30 days is generally not long enough as you need to request a return authorization before returning the pills and that can eat up a lot of your thirty days. I would always look for a guarantee of at least 60 days when you are shopping for a diet pill that you are not absolutely sure is going to work.
If fucoxanthin ends up going through clinical trials and giving good results, then I would recommend it. Hoodia is a worthless ingredient but some of the other ones in the formula are proven to be effective. The guarantee is not all that great but at least there is some kind of guarantee for you to rely on. Once some reliable evidence for fucoxanthin comes in, I would say that it is worth a shot.