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Anatril Review

Anatrilâ„¢ is a diet pill that acts as a carb blocker. Anatril’s advertising claims that this diet pill can “help block up to 114 grams of carbs and sugars (456 calories) from being absorbed by your body per day”.

Anatril’s formula relies heavily on the effects of a known carb blocker called Phaseolus Vulgaris, also known as white kidney bean extract. Although there is some evidence from clinical studies that suggest Phaseolus Vulgaris can help prevent carbohydrate absorption in the digestive system, where Anatril gets the numbers of 114 grams of carbs a day is unknown. Anatril manufacturer’s fail to provide mention of any clinical study that has produced these results, which suggests that this is a hypothetical number that they cannot scientifically support.

Anatril also contains a number of other natural ingredients including Gymnema sylvestre, which an herb that helps to stabilize blood sugar levels, thus curbing hunger to some extent. Anatril also contains some mild stimulants, such as green tea and ginseng.

Even if Anatril’s main ingredient, Phaseolus vulgaris, does what the advertising claims (which is unlikely) then by taking this product you can expect to lose at most one pound every 7-8 days. Since most people can lose weight at a rate of 2-3 pounds a week by following a healthier diet and getting more exercise, it leaves one wondering if Anatril is really worth the investment at just under $75 USD per month.

Product Information

Suggested Use: Take 1 capsule with 8 ounces of water 15 minutes before each meal. Do not exceed 4 capsules daily.


Phaseolus Vulgaris (White Kidney Bean Extract 1500mg
Gymnema Sylvestre Extract 50mg
Fenugreek 50mg
Carb Blend
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Korean Ginseng
Green Tea Extract

Caution: These statements about Anatril have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This diet pill is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Anatril, 2.4 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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