February 28, 2017
Anoretix is a supplement that purportedly optimizes weight-loss results by curbing appetite, blocking fats and carbohydrates, and boosting metabolism.
Unlike other weight-loss supplements, Anoretix contains 9 patented ingredients in its formula and is backed with a 100% money-back guarantee.
“Get High School Skinny,” reads an advertisement on the official website. “Size 18 to size 8 in 16 weeks!” reads another.
I wanted to see if Anoretix is really an effective fat-burning supplement that lives up to the manufacturer’s claims. So, I did a little research.
What’s Inside Anoretix?
There are several ingredients in Anoretix’s formula. Here’s a closer look at a couple ingredients, so you can get a better picture of how Anoretix functions:
This patented garcinia cambogia form is used to optimize weight loss.
Research shows females on a 1,2000 caloric diet who supplemented with garcinia cambogia over a 12-week period experienced weight loss. 
Garcinia cambogia is also studied for its hydroxycitric acid (HCA) content, a compound that “inhibits fat synthesis and reduces food intake.” 
Also known as citrus aurantium and bitter orange, this ingredient has been shown in several studies to aid in weight loss, increase thermogenesis, and boost metabolism. 
Phase-2 is a patented white kidney bean extract.
One study shows Phase-2 supplementation in obese adult individuals over an 8-week period resulted in an average weight loss of 3.79 lbs. compared to the placebo group, which lost an average of 1.65 lbs. 
This ingredient has been shown in in vitro tests to decrease fatty acid bioavailability by more than 28%. Additionally, a pilot study NeOptuntia supplementation each meal “increases fat excretion on an average of 27%, compared to placebo.” 
According to medical authorities, 7-Keto-DHEA is used to boost metabolism and heat production to optimize weight loss.
A clinical study shows diet, exercise, and 7-keto DHEA supplementation over an 8-week period was more effective in reducing body weight and body fat than diet and exercise alone. 
Any Side Effects?
According to Anoretix.com, the official webpage, Anoretix is safe for use. Additionally, Anoretix doesn’t contain any caffeine, a common ingredient in weight loss supplements that sometimes leads to anxiety, jittery feelings, and nausea.
Some users may experience mild, short-term side effects from one or more ingredients in Anoretix. However, these side effects can be avoided by taking smaller doses to assess tolerance.
How Should You Use Anoretix?
Each bottle provides a 30-day supply of Anoretix. Users should take 1 pill 2 times a day. You should experiment with optimal ingestion times because Anoretix may take effect quicker in some users.
Although Anoretix supplementation alone may produce weight-loss results, users should implement a healthy diet and regular exercise plan to optimize results.
What Do Users Say?
There are several user reviews available. Here’s a look at a couple reviews listed on Amazon.com, so you can get a better understanding of consumers’ experiences with Anoretix.
“I expected to lose more weight than I did, but I guess I always hope for more than what I should. I lost a couple pounds within the past month and took them every morning.” – Nubbikins
“This worked for me. I was attempting to maintain weight and lost additional weight. I think it’s a good product. Although I question its name choice.” –Justine
How Much Is Anoretix?
Anoretix retails for roughly $50.00 per bottle and provides a month’s supply. All products purchased through the official website are backed with a money-back guarantee.
If users aren’t satisfied with Anoretix, they can send the product back for a full refund minus shipping and handling. “We wouldn’t offer a guarantee like this unless we were absolutely confidence tha tyou’ll be amazed by the results,” adds the company.
Additionally, multiple-bottle offers are available on the manufacturer website. So, for those looking to supplement with Anoretix for a couple months, these deals may be worth looking into.
Final Thoughts On Anoretix
Anoretix may not work for absolutely everyone, but the money-back guarantee, which shows the company’s confidence in its product’s effectiveness, and the ingredient profile are enough to convince me this is a weight-loss supplement worth trying.
Also, the price-per-serving ratio is affordable, especially if you consider the multiple-bottle deals.
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