The following is an unbiased review of Accuslim, based on the facts presently available. We will discuss the ingredients in the formula, how they work to induce weight loss, potential safety concerns, dosage recommendations, where the product can be purchased and approximate price range.
First, let me start out by saying that the official Accuslim site, which during my last visit in December of 2007 was up and running, has either been dismantled or is experiencing prolonged technical difficulty - anyway I was unable to get to it for several days in a row. As a matter of fact, this doesn't bode well for the company, especially as far as reliability is concerned, because who can really trust a product with a phantom manufacturer? In the end, one can't help but wonder if the manufacturer is trying to avoid responsibility for the product sold. This being said, lets take a look at the product:
The Accuslim formula is basically a combination of stimulants (fat burners), with a few other
- Advantra-Z (active ingredient Synephrine) - a stimulant substance supposed to have fat-burning properties similar to Ephedrine, but allegedly a much safer cardiovascular profile.
- Green Tea Leaf - with thermogenic (fat-burning) and antioxidant (anti-aging) effects
- Rhodiola Rosea - a stimulant which is sometimes used by athletes to improve mood, enhance
performance and reduce fatigue
- Garcinia Cambogia (standardized for hydroxycitric acid) - a substance believed to have carb-blocking and appetite suppressant effects.
- Ginseng - which is believed to improve the body's capability to deal with stress
- Chromium and Vanadium - both of which contribute to maintaining stable blood glucose
levels, thus avoiding insulin spikes which lead to the formation and accumulation of fat
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As all products containing Synephrine in combination with caffeine (in this case caffeine is
coming from the Green Tea extract in Accuslim), this product may cause nervousness, jitteriness,
insomnia, and possibly increased blood pressure and heart rate.
As far as its effectiveness for weight loss, like all combinations of stimulants, this formula should
work reasonably well - especially if used as an adjunct to a reduced calorie diet and exercise.
According to the Accuslim website (when it was up and running), you can expect to loose 1-2 pounds per week if using
The dosage recommended by the manufacturers is 1-3 tablets 30 minutes prior to each main meal, to be used as part of a diet and exercise program.
- The product is being offered online by multiple retailers, with prices ranging from $28 to $50 for 90 tablets.
- As stated above, Accuslim is no longer offered by the manufacturer through their official website (which appears to have been dismantled).
Please note: This product is for the use of adults only. Pregnant or nursing women should not take this
product. Please be aware that any weight loss supplement may be associated with certain side effects and/or
health risks. It is prudent to talk to your physician prior to using this or any other weight loss product,
especially if you are taking other medication or suffer from a preexisting medical condition.
Disclaimer: Although the information on this page is correct to the best of our knowledge, its accuracy and completion are not guaranteed. Prior to using this or any other weight loss supplement, please refer to the instructions included by the manufacturer with the product purchased.
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