While many users have not had problems with Avesil, some have reported side effects. Avesil’s marketers claim that Avesil can boost energy, reduce appetite and burn fat. But, is is Avesil a Breakthrough Diet Pill, as alleged by its marketers? When checking consumer rating sites, which score products based on effectiveness, cost and safety, it seem, Avesil thus far has not been rated highly by consumers on some of these sites.
Avesil Side effects
Mild headaches or increased heart rate can result from taking Avesil. The manufacturer recommends that Avesil should not be used with prescription (or pharmaceutical) drugs. Individuals with: high blood pressure; cardiovascular disease; liver disease; thyroid disease; diabetes; anemia; anxiety; depression; seizure disorder; stroke; difficulty in urination due to prostate enlargement; and psychiatric diseases are advised not to take Avesil.
One of the core problems with the Avesil formula is the absence of a high performing thermogenic agent, which can help the body burn fat more effectively. There are 4 primary ingredients (Avesil also contains 150 mg of calcium and 210 mg of potassium per serving). A single serving (2 capsules) provides:
1. 150mg green tea extract
2. 50mg caffeine anmhydrous
3. 133mcg chromium polynicotinate (ChromeMate)
4. 900mg Super Citrimax
However when it comes to Green tea the FDA has ruled no health claims can be made for same after studying requests to allow health claims with numerous studies and research. There is no evidence to indicate that green tea offers benefits when it comes to real weight loss. Green tea simply contains about half the amount of caffeine found in coffee, so moderate consumption of green tea is unlikely to benefit the majority of people in any substantive way when it comes to real weight loss. However, dieters sensitive to caffeine should take caution of potential side-effects including: restlessness, irritability, sleeping problems, tremor, heart palpitations, loss of appetite, upset stomach, nausea, frequent urination and skin rash.
Caffeine: Caffeine is a stimulant-based ingredient used in soft drinks, energy drinks and dietary supplements. Caffeine may cause jitters, insomnia, headaches, increased heart rate and raised blood pressure.
Dieters using oral hypoglycemic agents are advised to use caution before using HCA, due to the possibility of exacerbating the action of hypoglycemic medications. Consult a physician before commencing use.
Individuals diagnosed with Diabetes mellitus should use extreme caution in taking HCA/Garcinia cambogia due to its glycemic action. Individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia syndromes should also avoid using HCA.
The manufacturer of Avesil is Green Bracket LLC, Miami Beach, Florida. The Customer Care address for Avesil is given as:
Avesil Customer Care
330 NE 62nd Street
Miami, Florida 33138
Tel: (866) 730-3330
Avesil diet pills are to be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. Please consult with your health care practitioner before taking Avesil. You should never take a double serving of Avesil. If you do miss a serving, simply take a regular serving at your next scheduled time. Always carefully read the label in its entirety before taking Avesil or any other dietary supplement. Women who are pregnant or nursing should not take Avesil. Do not take Avesil if you are under 18 years of age. Individuals with pre-existing health conditions should consult with a physician or licensed, qualified health-care professional prior to using Avesil or starting any weight loss regimen.
These studies are said to have demonstrated that subjects taking Avesil lost 300% more weight than those on diet and exercise alone. Unfortunately for potential Avesil customers no such studies exist. The name of the lead author has been altered on the Avesil website, and is in reality HG Preuss. In both studies the key ingredients used were hydroxycitric acid (Super CitriMax) and a combination of HCA-SX plus niacin-bound chromium and Gymnema sylvestre extract. Avesil uses only two of these ingredients and the manufacturers did not sponsor either study. The Avesil formulation does not use the same amounts of the ingredients that were used in the clinical studies. The clinical studies were carried out using a combination of:
1. 200mcg ChromeMate
2. 1,555mg Super CitriMax
3. 200mg Gymneme Sylvestre (Avesil does not contain this ingredient)
The ingredients are backed by published clinical research studies, but critcially, no actual clinical study on the weight loss characteristics of Avesil have been carried out.
Avesil – another “free trial” auto bill program
Avesil marketers use a “free trial” to game consumers to buy in and be billed $89.95 every 30 days, unless you remember to cancel promptly. You must pay $5.95 s&h. Why? This gives the company your credit card information – And 14 days after trying Avesil they will bill your credit card $89.95 every 30 days, unless you remember to cancel promptly.
There is no way to order this product other than through the “free trial” offer presented on the website. Such a selling approach, involving the combination of outrageous cost, ordinary formula and “free trial” offer should be viewed with caution.
Common misspellings: Avisil; Avisel; Avesile; Avasil