Formigen is advertised as a cortisol reduction product and bills itself as second generation product, as the first rounds of these types of formulations were notoriously unsuccessful in weight management. Formigen is one of many products on the market that does not disclose all of its actual ingredients.
Since Formigen is not a stimulant like ephedrine or caffeine, and it won’t give you the shakes or jitters, but it will give you increased energy! Formigen does haves a powerful effect on energy levels in the brain and body from its herbal energy superstar Rhodiola, which has been proven in double blind studies to increase both mental and physical energy! Formigen provides increased energy and feelings of well being allowing you to stay focused on your goal of a slimmer and trimmer you!
Suggested Use: Take 2 formigen capsules three times per day, preferably 2 at breakfast, 2 at lunch and 2 with dinner. You should always take Formigen with food.
Ingredients: Formigen® does not clearly list all of the active ingredients. However the product may contain, as briefly mentioned at the website: GPA and Rhodiola.
- Guanidinopropionic Acid – is a creatine monohydrate analogue. It is a common ingredient in products containing creatine monohydrate. The acid may help to regulate insulin function in the body and improve muscles ability to contract. It is important to note that some clinical studies have shown that guanidinopropionic acid can damage protein. It is sometimes even toxic, and can disrupt creatine uptake itself. Side-effects are mostly rare and none have been reported at the time of writing.
- Rhodiola – is a plant often used in Eastern Europe and Asia to stimulate the central nervous system and to improve sleep. Supplementation with rhodiola is also hoped to reduce stress-induced fatigue in humans. No serious adverse side effects have been reported from the use of rhodiola accept some users report irritability and insomnia. Studies are needed to determine if this herb is beneficial for weight management.
Caution: These statements about Formigen have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Formigen diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.Formigen,