Appuloss Review 2014: Side Effects & Ingredients

appulossAppuloss is a diet pill with a “unique proprietary complex of the most pivotal thermogenic agents internationally studied” (website).

They also claim that Appuloss “may become the strongest, most effective diet & energy combination on the market to date.”

This Appuloss review will determine if these claims are legitimate and will tell you how Appuloss diet pills might affect you.

 

What are the ingredients in Appuloss?

P.E.A. 7™ PROPRIETARY COMPLEX:

  • ACACIA RIGIDULA P.E. (PLANT) 50mg.
  • B-PHENYLETHYLAMINE.
  • 3, 5 – DIMETHOXYTYRAMINE.
  • 4 – METHYL-2-PYRIDINAMINE.
  • 2 – CYCLOHEXYLETHYLAMINE.
  • 4 – HYDROXY – PHENETHYLAMINE.
  • TYRAMINE.
  • HORDENINE.

EPICHASINE™ PROPRIETARY COMPLEX 50mg

  • WHITE TEA, GREEN TEA, KUDING TEA CONTAINING 80% POLYPHENOLS, 60% EGC, DL-C, EGCG, EC, OCG, ECG (FROM LEAVES), DEXTROSE.

CAFFEINE (anhydrous) 150mg

Proprietary Complex 750mg

  • KONJAC (ROOT).
  • CISSUS QUADRANGULARIS EXTRACT (SEEDS).
  • RHODIOLA ROSEA EXTRACT (ROOT).
  • DEXTROSE.

Phenethylamine is an alkaloid that functions as a neurotransmitter in the brain.

Some people call Phenetyhlamine “The Love Drug” because it is included in chocolate but the question arises as to the validity of that claim because Pheneythlamin is metabolized so quickly, it’s doubtful that any significant amount would reach the brain quickly enough to cause an effect. More human research is needed on phenethylamine.

White tea contains antioxidants and caffeine. It has not been proven to contribute to weight loss.

Green tea has been proven to be a powerful ingredient in promoting weight loss.

Konjac root is dietary fiber which is supposed to make the stomach full. In theory, having the feeling of a full stomach should help you lose weight because you won’t want to eat.

Cissus Quadrangularis has been shown to promote weight loss, but only when combined with other ingredients. It has not been researched on its own.

While Appuloss does contain a few proven ingredients, they are added in a “Proprietary Complex”. In other words, they don’t want you to know how much of each ingredient is included.

Studies have found green tea to be effective in promoting weight loss when participants took 300 mg per day.

The green tea in Appuloss is included in a proprietary complex of 50 mg total. Even at 3 doses per day, there could not possibly be enough green tea in Appuloss diet pills to be effective.

 

Marketing

The Appuloss website is very basic and lacks solid information. While there is good information on another website by the manufacturer, NVE Pharmecueticals, it is not easily searchable.

This Appuloss review found there is no guarantee with Appuloss; you will not get your money back if you are not satisfied.

 

What are the side effects of Appuloss?

Side effects include sleeplessness, elevated blood pressure, nervousness, and heart palpitations.

 

How much does Appuloss cost?

One bottle of Appuloss diet pills will cost you $19.99. Each bottle contains 60 capsules.

If you take the recommended maximum dosage of 6 capsules per day, Appuloss will cost you about $2 a day. This is extremely expensive; don’t waste your money on it!

 

The Verdict

This Appuloss review finds this product really isn’t anything special. It is like most other diet pills out there–they just want your money.

Look for a product that uses proven ingredients in proven amounts.

You may want to consider a product such as Phen375 if you want something better.

Appuloss Review 2014: Side Effects & Ingredients by

Miriam Jones

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