Roxy Lean manufactured by BPI Sports is a diet pill that is said to support fat loss and suppress your appetite upon consumption.* The company is based out of Florida, and they pride themselves on being up with sports nutrition. Right on the bottle it is said to be a “Medi-Biological” weight loss supplement, but fails to mention what that actually means to any potential customers. The diet pill is supposed to raise the body’s temperature, thus speeding up the metabolism, which then results in weight loss. The pill is said to be super potent and shouldn’t really be taken without consent form your physician first, even though it is openly sold to the public.
When looking to get ahold of the company for more questions, there is a contact us page where you can leave a message, as well as a phone number to call 954-926-0900. When calling them, no one answered my call, which does not surprise me. This company promotes an entire sports line with weight loss supplements, vitamins, protein powders, creatine, and amino’s and no one can answer? Really? They also do not provide any visibility into their refund system, which is also unsettling.
Do Dieters Lose Weight With Roxy Lean?
For the amount of reviews I was able to read, many of them were poor reviews stating the worst. For some users the Roxy Lean diet pill did absolutely nothing for them, and for others it was unfortunately different. They suffered nasty side effects such as insomnia, rapid heartbeat, bloating, nausea, cramping, diarrhea, and hives. There were so many different side effects noted, there is no wonder you should consult your physician first. Clearly this diet pill is not safe to use, otherwise the body would not be rejecting it with the many side effects happening to customers.
“This product did not work for me and it was harsh on my stomach. I used it as directed, maintained a healthy clean diet and hit the gym 4 times a week and it did nothing.” Karen* also went onto say that she lost weight when she went off of the pills, and lost her bloat as well.
Lance* thought that the price was right for a cheap Thermogenic, and that the product works better if you take them before workouts. He didn’t see how the pill would last all day however, so there were some question marks there. “I did feel a little bit of an energy boost in the morning but didn't last long.”
“This is the first time I have used this brand, they were recommended by a friend.” Said, Nicole* .“The first few days I took them, I was VERY nauseous and jittery. I was told not to drink coffee while taking them because of the amount of caffeine in them; so I didn't. Nicole went onto say that she wasn’t working out a lot when she was taking the pills, so she might have messed up their success due to this factor. She may try them again, and read all of the directions before taking them.
Marked irritability, always feel like you're out of energy or tired, famished at strange times of the day, then suddenly no appetite at all, and Intense stomach pain after taking. She then went onto say that she was going to try another supplement and most definitely not recommend this supplement to anyone.
Is Roxy Lean Easy To Follow?
You would think that just taking a diet pill would be simple to follow, with not a lot of thought going into it but that is wrong in this case. You are required to take one pill on an empty stomach before breakfast, and you are not supposed to take any caffeine or similar stimulants at all when taking the Roxy Lean diet pill. This is due to the fact that the ingredient list (which they do not show to the customer on their main website) is loaded with stimulants already. There is not a single stich of scientific evidence telling the customer why their formula helps in weight loss, which is rather alarming when you look at the laundry list of toxins present in these diet pills.
On the bottle it states: “Take one (1) capsule daily, in the morning on an empty stomach before food. Due to the extreme strength of this product DO NOT EXCEED more than one (1) capsule per day.” *
Another warning from the manufacturer: Caffeine Warning: “The recommended serving of this product contains approximately as much caffeine as three cups of coffee. Do not consume caffeine or synephrine from other sources, including but not limited to coffee, tea, soda and other dietary supplements or medications containing phenylphrine, ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, caffeine or other stimulants.”*
Caffeine (as caffeine anhydrous), Lemon (Citrus limon) (whole), Adhatoda (Adhatoda vasica) (leaf), Yohimbe (Pausinystalia yohimbe) (bark), Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis) (root), White Willow [(Salix alba) as Salicin, (root)], Chinese skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis) (root), Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina (root/rhizome), Niacin (as nicotinic acid), and Thiamin (Vitamin B1, as thiamin HCl and thiamin disulfide).
With the large list of stimulants, you would think this pill would be good for something other than nasty side effects. Sadly, it does nothing in the area of weight loss and customers are speaking out loud and clear about it. The company doesn’t offer a list of ingredients directly on their website, so I had to venture elsewhere. They do however offer social media sites for their customers to follow them on, but they are less than impressive providing nothing valuable to the customer. This diet pill may give you energy due to the insane amounts of caffeine present in one small pill, but why not actually enjoy your caffeine in a nice cup of coffee or hot cup of tea instead? That way you can bypass all of the other terrible side effects that come along with taking the Roxy Lean diet pills! Do yourself a favor and stay away from this company, and their weight loss supplements.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary
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