Editors’ Rating: 1.5/5 Average User Rating: 2.2/5 The good: Some of the ingredients are proven to help you lose weight, but their amounts are not revealed. The bad: The Accomplix website points to clinical studies that are clearly invalid and the product is very expensive. The bottom line: Accomplix will not give you the [...]
User Rating: 2.2/5
The good: Some of the ingredients are proven to help
The bad: The Accomplix website points to clinical
The bottom line: Accomplix will not give you the weight
Accomplix is a diet pill that bases its marekting campaign on “a mechanism
of action that is different from any other weight loss supplement…”
(as per the Accomplix webpage).
Unfortunately, these claims could not be farther from the truth.
The ingredient list is the same, if not identical, to many other weight loss
supplements on the market today. And, to top it off, the website is laden with
false claims and clinical test results with no sources.
What is in Accomplix?
- Chromium Dinicotinate Glycinate 175 mcg
- Vitamin B-6 4mg
- Vitamin B-12 375 mcg
- Vitamin C 50 mg
- Hoodia Gordonii
- Banana Leaf Extract
- Clary Sage
- Guggelsterones lipid extract
- Citrus Aurantium
- Cinnamon Bark
- Magnolia Bark Extract
- Guarana Extract
- Green Tea
How Effective Are These Ingredients?
Hoodia, clearly one of the most popular of all dietary supplements
for weight loss, simply does not live up to the hype surrounding this
cactus derivative. One scientific study even found that in mice, the liver metabolized
the Hoodia so quickly, that is would essentially be impossible to consume amounts
large enough to work in the prescribed manner.
Synephrine, a compund present in Citrus aurantium, does not offer
much better results. The scientific research has fallen on both sides
of the fence. Some studies have found the Synephrine to aid in the weight loss
battle, while others have found that the dosages needed to help adults ot lose
weight is so very high that negative side effects may occur.
A hopeful ingredient, Tyrosine, has been proven to help aid in weight
loss in dosages of 500 mg up to 1500 mg per day. Unfortunately, the
total Tyrosine mg present in Accomplix is not divulged so the user is left without
enough information to know if the Tyrosine will work for them.
Green Tea, without a doubt, is one of the most beneficial anti-oxidant
substances known to man. Again, certain amounts of green tea need to
be consumed in order for the body to reap the benefits of aiding in weight loss,
but Accomplix falls short with no report of how much green tea is present.
What About Clinical Trials?
The Accomplix website clearly states that the “formula” is effective
in “87% of all people”. That fact is exactly right. The formula
was studied and proven to be effective and that is a fact that we will not debate
(we must note that there is no mention of who completed the study,
where the study was conducted or when the study took place).
Some of the ingredients present in the Accomplix formula have been proven
to help aid in weight loss. But, those results are only at certain amounts.
Accomplix does not inform the consumer how much of these beneficial supplements
are in the bottled version of the “formula”.
Is Accomplix Worth the Price?
A consumer can expect to pay nearly $75.00 for 150 capsules. With the bottle
dosage reading 6 capsules recommended per day, the entire bottle will last 5
days less than a month. That evens out to $3.00 per day.
Compared to other deit pills and weight loss supplements of the same ingredients,
Accomplix is extremely expensive.
Money Back Guarantee?
According to the Accomplix website, the user can return the product within
30 days of purchase with the original invoice. All unopened packages must also
be returned. There will be a 25% deduction from your refund for administrative
fees and the total time between receipt and refund issuance could take up to
Final Review – Accomplix
This weight loss supplement is no different from hundreds
of other supplements on the market. Some of the ingredients have been shown
to help aid in weight loss, but the lack of information on the ingredient label
leaves the user not knowing whether they are receiving the benefits of the ingredients.
The Accomplix website points to clinical studies that are clearly invalid and
the product is very expensive. Accomplix will not give you the weight loss return