Avesil Review 2014: Side Effects & Ingredients
Avesil is “a safe, effective weight control formula made from ingredients supported by substantial published scientific research” (website). Surprisingly, this is accurate. However, this review finds Avesil is far too expensive.
The Company Behind the product
Avesil is sold by Green Bracket LLC. They currently have a C- rating on BBB and 121 complaints. Most of these complaints are about the product itself which is a bad sign.
They also have a number of complaints regarding billing, mostly because of their trial. There are also complaints about their advertising practices. It is of course very important to be clear about how trial offers work.
- Calcium (150 mg) is healthy, but it does not cause weight loss.
- Chromium (133 mcg) has shown varying results in clinical studies.
- Potassium (210 mg) does not cause weight loss.
- Garcinia Cambogia (1500 mg) has been proven to contribute to weight loss.
- Green Tea (150 mg) has been shown to cause weight loss when used in doses of 300 mg or more per day. This Avesil review finds if you take the recommended dosage of Avesil diet pills, you will get enough green tea to contribute to weight loss.
- Caffeine anhydrous (50 mg) does cause weight loss by increasing metabolic rate. However, this relatively low amount of caffeine will not do much.
How to take it
Daily suggested usage is 2 pills 30 mintues before each meal (this is means 3 times per day with a maximum of 6 pills per day). This is a rather high maximum dosage compared to other diet pills.
Avesil diet pills cost $89.95 for 180 capsules (a one month supply). Although Avesil does contain a few proven ingredients in appropriate amounts, $89.95 is an outrageous price.
You can find it a bit cheaper on Amazon ($69 per bottle).
You can find multiple diet pills that are just as effective (or more effective) at causing weight loss for a much lower price. Look through our recommended products for one.
Side effects of Avesil include headaches and increased heart rate. This product is also not recommended for pregnant women or anyone with a serious health issue.
The Avesil website says they have a “no-questions-asked 100% money-back guarantee.” The website gives no other information on their guarantee other than that you have to have a Return Merchandise Authorization in order to return Avesil. They do not specify how long you have to return the product.
Avesil has a “risk-free” 14 day trial. It is typical of free trials offered by multiple diet pills. You have to read the fine print or you will be in for a shock.
If you don’t cancel the free trial within the 14 days window, you will be charged $89.95and enrolled in autoship (they automatically ship you more product every month and charge your credit card).
You can read more about customer complaints and reviews here: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/online/avesil.html. There seems to be a lot of people complaining about the trial.
This Avesil review finds Avesil diet pills do contain a few proven ingredients in proven amounts. It will cause weight loss to some extent. However, Avesil is way too expensive.
You can get the same (or better) weight loss results for much less with several other diet pills.
If you also take into consideration how many complants the company behind Avesil has, then I would not suggest buying their product.
If you are looking for a better diet pill, then Phen375 is what’s recommended.Avesil Review 2014: Side Effects & Ingredients by Miriam Jones