I’d like to tell you all about what Professional Health Products Metabolic Enhancer does, what it doesn’t do, how it was right on the mark or maybe how it didn’t do anything it said. I’d like to give you a basic idea of how much you can lose using Professional Health Products Metabolic Enhancer or what advertisers think. But from what I’ve seen, advertisers don’t seem to think much of anything.
There is no description, there are no specified benefits, and no direction to be quite honest. Maybe Professional Health Products Metabolic Enhancer isn’t meant to be a diet pill at all, and we are just reviewing the wrong product. There’s no way of saying. But if it is, Professional Health Products Metabolic Enhancer has failed miserably. The ingredients list has no clinically proven weight loss ingredients, and I suspect that some of the ingredients are purely made up.
Iodine – iodine has been used as an essential nutrient, because it can improve the health of the thyroid. But it doesn’t fight thyroid disorders, which is the only time the thyroid would actually affect your weight.
Kelp – Kelp is a seaweed rich in vitamins and iodine. But again, these do not promote weight loss.
Zinc aspartate – Zinc aspartate is a healthy mineral that has been used to heal the muscles, and it can have an anabolic effect in the right combinations.
Copper aspartate – Copper aspartate is a trace mineral that is debatable. Too much can be toxic, but who knows if we really need it.
L-tyrosine – l-tyrosine can feed muscles and therefore help to maintain muscles. But it does not promote weight loss.
Brain tissue – artificial brain tissue? No studies have been performed and there’s no way of really understanding this.
Hypothalamus gland tissue – like artificial brain tissue, who really knows with this.
Professional Health Products Metabolic Enhancer Side Effects
Nobody really knows with this one. There are some ingredients that have not been commonly used in other products. So there’s no way to say on the side effects.