Accomplix talks about “the difference between dreaming and achieving is Accomplix.” They claim that you can stop comparing apples to oranges, because apparently only Accomplix actually helps you to lose weight with nationwide success. They even have a supposed obesity expert known as Dr Janice Byer. It prevents excess sugars from being converted to fat and attacks the cause of insulin resistance. To be honest, you should know that this is a completely false pretense. Any doctor, not just an obesity or nutritional expert, would know that people lose weight when they first experience diabetes, that is before it is diagnosed. It is not uncommon for people to suddenly lose upwards of 30-50 pounds in a short amount of time without diet or exercise when they have type 1 diabetes. They tend to gain weight back once they use insulin and in other words work to control their diabetes.
So how does Accomplix work?
We of course decided to look into how Accomplix is supposed to work. While their claims and supposed science is way off base to say the least, they could be misinformed about that and well informed about the right ingredients. Unfortunately, they did not actually live up to this challenge or hope. They use a proprietary blend of ingredients that could promote weight loss in the right amounts mixed with those that have been proven not to promote weight loss such as hoodia gordonii. However, even with the proven ingredients, they don’t even begin to use the right amounts.
Hoodia gordonii -this is largely hyped and promoted as the secret of stars and a big thing on Oprah. But if you don’t already know, hoodia has been studied multiple times and been found in every study to not promote appetite suppression or weight loss. It can’t be exported from South Africa, so you can’t actually get it. But hoodia can promote liver damage.
Banaba leaf -this is meant to control blood sugar levels, which is an indirect and extremely slow at best way to promote weight loss. But again, it requires the right amounts, which they don’t have.
Clary sage-clary sage has been known to have estrogen stimulating effects making it great for women and inappropriate for men. But it does not promote weight loss either way
Guggulsterones -guggulsterones come in two different varieties. They are either light or dark. Unfortunately the dark are more expensive and that is the only variety that actually works. There is no way to guarantee they use this, and judging by cost, they don’t. This being said, it would also require more than they use.
Citrus aurantium-a formula including the active ingredient known as synephrine, this has been pushed as the alternative to ma huang. However, in this diluted form, you don’t necessarily get the powerful effects you are looking for. It would depend in part on the concentration of synephrine actually in the ingredient listing
Cinnamon bark -another indirect ingredient that promotes regulated blood sugar, not actual fat burning, appetite suppression, or otherwise weight loss.
L-tyrosine -an essential amino acid, this feeds muscles. However, it does not build them, nor does it burn fat.
Magnolia bark -we see this sometimes, and we always wonder why. Frankly speaking, this ingredient does not promote weight loss, it is supposed to promote more restful sleep.
Guarana -it works when combined with damiana and yerba mate. Studies have shown it promotes slower gastric emptying, meaning that in layman’s terms, you stay full for a longer period of time. But they don’t use damiana or yerba mate, and without those, it has been proven interestingly enough not to promote any weight loss results. These are basically the only 3 ingredients in the industry we’ve seen that promote weight loss together, but not at all apart.
Green tea-a thermogenic form of caffeine, it is also rich in antioxidants like EGCG. However, one should keep in mind that it requires at least 400mg of 50% caffeine considering the fact that caffeine is the actual fat burning component
Accomplix Side Effects
Possible side effects of Accomplix include insomnia, diarrhea, irregular heartbeat, dizziness, vomiting, headache, loss of appetite, reduced blood circulation to the heart, raised blood pressure, and headaches.