Xyng Review

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Xyng is a natural appetite suppressant and diet pill manufactured by the company Xyngular. It is said to create natural energy, appetite control, and improve your mood all by taking the capsules regularly. The company is based out of Lehi, Utah and they are open to the public Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00 pm. They sell a wide variety of products regarding health and wellness, and they also are a MLM type company with opportunity to make money through selling their products.

The Final Verdict

The company does a good job marketing their products, and offers a desirable presentation to those interested in joining the team. The product Xyng itself has had less than impressive reviews with its effectiveness and side effects. This product is not dangerous by any means, but it is important to follow the instructions as it has a high amount of caffeine.

How Does Xyng Work?

This product is marketed to help suppress your appetite, control hunger, and boost your metabolism. You are supposed to take 2 capsules each day and that is the entire “how to” on the serving instructions. It is important you take this supplement after food or your stomach may be negatively affected. Because of its high caffeine content, you will notice either jitters or energy (it will be different for everyone) depending on how your body reacts to caffeine. The appetite control portion of the capsule will happen due to the garcinia cambogia and the bitter orange extract present.

Garcinia cambogia is known to help suppress down your appetite because of HCA contained naturally in the rind. There are studies that show it causes modest weight loss, but nothing is set in stone with these findings.

The Bottom Line: Xyng comes in the form of a capsule that can be taken up to two times daily. It contains ingredients (noted below) that do have hunger suppressants active.

Is Xyng Safe?

The ingredient list is nothing short of intense. Caffeine, stimulants, and classic diet pill ingredients are present. As with anything of this nature there will be side effects present. The most common noted are upset stomach and jitters.

The caffeine content is so high that it is important to try one at first, and then move to two if you need it. While it is not typically dangerous, it is loaded with a ton of stimulants that could bother your system.

Xyng Ingredient List: Caffeine Anhydrous, white willow bark extract, 5-HTP, bitter orange extract, garcinia cambogia extract, green tea leaf extract, cayenne pepper fruit extract, rhodiola root extract, Korean ginseng root, maca root, black tea leaf extract, yohimbe bark extract, and black pepper fruit extract.

Those who have tried it commented that they were actually not thrilled with how it made them feel. Many noted a caffeine overload, and sick to their stomach feeling associated with taking the pills. Granted, these are only a few reviews, but they are important to note. Others may have had a good experience but they were not noted.

The Bottom Line: This product is not dangerous by any means, but it is important to follow the instructions as it has a high amount of caffeine.

Pros and Cons of Xyng

This product is average when looking at the comments and ingredient list available on the main website. This is a pro. The fact that the company provides a detailed list of ingredients is important for every consumer to know about. For one bottle of the Xyng capsules it will cost the regular customer $60.00 or if you sell the product $49.99. This is a con, as it is very expensive. The prices are not shown on their website which is another con (many people base whether they are going to buy it or not by the price).

A pro is the marketing and the videos on the main website, as they are very appealing to the eye and are welcoming to someone looking to join the MLM team. Finally, the reviews were less than stellar as far as effectiveness is concerned and side effects so this is something to think about.

The Bottom Line: The company does a good job marketing their products, and offers a desirable presentation to those interested in joining the team. The product Xyng itself has had less than impressive reviews with its effectiveness and side effects.

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Conclusion

Overall, the Xyng supplement is loaded with the most desirable weight loss ingredients on the market today. However, it comes at a steep price. The ingredients are also said to give off side effects like jitters and upset stomach, and the caffeine consumption is very high. If you are sensitive to caffeine in anyway, this product is not for you. Be mindful of taking it if you are on other medications as they could potentially become effected. If you are looking for an energy boost, this will certainly give you one. Everyone reacts to caffeine differently, so some people may feel effected while others may not.

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My name is Lauren Jones and I come from a longstanding background of fitness and nutrition. I was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. Growing up, I played at the highest level of competitive tennis in the United States. I would travel both domestically and internationally to compete high level tournaments. With that, came a very disciplined regime of fitness and nutrition. I was given a full ride tennis scholarship to a Division 1 school, where I studied Journalism. After school, I went on to play professionally for two years. I love to incorporate health, and wellness in everything I do!