May 23, 2013
Xylestril uses chocolate, green tea, cinnamon, soy, ginger root, kelp, l-tyrosine, damiana, dong quai, wild yam, avena sativa, mother’s wort, blessed thistle, fennel seed, fenugreek, magnolia bark, elderberry, passion flower, and raspberries. On the positive side, they do have one ingredient, dong quai, that is specific to the female body. However, they don’t provide even an overall proprietary blend to account for the ingredient amounts, nor are most of the ingredients weight loss agents. If they were going to use the mind lifting part of chocolate, they would have labeled it phenylethylamine. But they instead labeled it chocolate, which has no effect on weight loss whatsoever.
Xylestril is not safe to take if:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease
- You have a family history of medical conditions such as heart disease
- You have caffeine sensitivities
- You have high blood pressure
- You have a liver condition
- You are using an MAO Inhibitor
- You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- Irregular heart beat or blood pressure
- Loss of appetite
Overall Impression of Xylestril:
Xylestril is one of the worst kinds of weight loss products. They promise results to a highly specified group of people with no reasons to believe in its potential success. They provide little to no real information, and a considerably high price for most diet pills, let alone one that keeps quite a few secrets.