Accomplix Review

According to the official website Accomplix is ‘the difference between dreaming and achieving’ and carries on to state that the product will deliver ‘superior health and diet benefits’. It is also claimed that the product is based on a revolutionary new formula that is completely different to any other weight loss supplement. But is the product able to do what it claims?

Accomplix Ingredients

The ingredients of Accomplix are a fairly standard blend that can be found in a wide range of products of this type. Although most of these ingredients are by and large good the manufacturers (Advanced Pharmaceuticals) do not reveal the concentration levels making it difficult to evaluate whether or not the product is likely to be effective.

The main ingredients (although there are others) include:

Clary Sage, Cinnamon Bark, Magnolia Bark Extract,  Banana Leaf Extract, Green Tea, Guarana Extract, L-Tyrosine, Guggulsterone, Hoodia Gordonii , Citrus Aurantium.

Possibly the most effective of the above ingredients is citrus aurantium (commonly referred to as bitter orange) which has an active compound called synephrine which appears to reduce the appetite and boost metabolism thereby stimulating fat loss.

The product also contains Hoodia Gordonii  which contains a molecule that acts on the hypothalamus region of the brain (where the hunger receptors are located) and fools it into believing that you are in fact full.

It is unlikely however that the percentage content of either the Synephrine or the Hoodia Gordonii will be high enough to have any appreciable benefits.

Does Accomplix work?

Although most of the ingredients are recognised as being at least some benefit to weight loss it is difficult to believe that any of the ingredients are present in sufficient quantities to actually be beneficial. The product would also appear to suffer from something of an identity crisis as some of the elements are designed to act as appetite suppressants and others are designed to act as fat burners.

Accomplix side effects

All of the ingredients contained within Accomplix would appear to be harmless and should not produce any unpleasant negative side effects.

Is Accomplix recommended?

We do not recommend Accomplix. There would appear to be nothing particularly revolutionary about the product and there are numerous other products available that contain higher concentrations of active ingredients that we believe are far more likely to achieve the results you are looking for.

Alternatives to Accomplix

There are a number of alternatives to Accomplix that we would recommend that are organic, safe to take and clinically tested. These include Proactol, Unique Hoodia and Phen 375.

Learn more about Proactol

Learn more about Unique Hoodia

Learn more about Phen 375