Solidax ADX Review
Solidax ADX was developed by a US company in 2005. It is based on Synephrine, Picolinate and Pyrovate to suppress appetite and to increase the metabolic rate and caloric expenditure, without having the negative central nervous effects of comparable medications.
Solidax ADX contains Synephrine, Chromium Picolinate and Calcium Pyruvate, substances thought by weight loss product manufacturers to provide energy boosts to help burn fat. Additional ingredients include gelatin and magnesium stearate.
Solidax ADX utilizes the energy boosting method that is commonly believed to impact weight loss. It is positive that this diet pill contains an ephedrine alternative, however its impact on appetite suppression is debatable.
Furthermore, this product contains no antioxidants or vitamins, making it necessary to add supplements to the diet to keep the immune system from suffering any damage due to energy expenditure. We are not sure who manufactures this product, but it appears to be by a U.S. company, and can only be purchased through the Weight Loss Institute’s Web site, the same company that endorses it.
Suggested Use: One capsule of Solidax ADX should be taken three times a day.
Ingredients: The entire formula for Solidax ADX is unpublished, but the following ingredients are disclosed: Synephrine, Picolinate and Pyrovate, substances thought by weight loss product manufacturers to provide energy boosts to help burn fat.
Caution: Solidax ADX is strongly endorsed by Weight-Loss-Institute.com, however this endorsement is strongly outweighed by other online reviews of this product that suggest it is not an effective weight loss supplement. The manufacturer of Solidax ADX repeatedly fails consumers by not presenting the proper and necessary information needed to determine if this supplement is safe and effective to use.
These statements about Solidax ADX have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.Solidax ADX,