Adicore

Adicore Review
Review of: Adicore
Price:
$19.95

Reviewed by:
Rating:
4
On July 29, 2017
Last modified:July 29, 2017

Summary:

  • Adicore is a Diet Pill That Claims to Have Thermogenic Properties

  • It Contains a Number of Stimulants Including Caffeine

  • Talk to Your Healthcare Provider Prior to Taking Adicore

  • This Product is Helpful to Those with Low Energy
  • Adicore is a pharmaceutical grade non-prescription diet pill. It is marketed as an advanced weight loss formula. It claims to help individuals seeking to shed excess fat reach their goal with the help of appetite suppression, long lasting energy, improved thermogenesis and heightened lipogenesis.

    More specifically, Adicore consists of 3 blends of natural ingredients specially formulated to aid in thermogenesis, energy and focus and Liogenic. The formula was created in an FDA/GMO certified lab.

    When this review was written, the ingredients in Adicore included: Energy and Focus Blend (Caffeine, Phenylethylamine HCl, Glucomanan, Fursultiamine, L-Tyrosine) Thermogenesis Blend (Green Tea Extract, Raspberry Ketones, Yohimbe Bark), Lipogenic Blend (Kola Nut, L-Carnitine).

    Based on this ingredients list, it is clear that this formula contains thermogenics, fat burners, energy boosters and appetite suppressants. It is quite likely, at the very least, that Adicore will provide you with enhanced energy and mental focus, which may be beneficial to your overall weight loss program, particularly in terms of helping you keep up with your exercise.

    That being said, it also contains multiple stimulants, which means that the risk of experiencing unwanted stimulant-related side effects such as sleeplessness, restlessness, jitters, anxiety, headache, upset stomach, etc. are higher.

    Users are instructed to take 1 capsule in the morning. Up to 2 capsules can be taken in a 24-hour period, but these pills should not be taken after 4 pm. The reason is that it contains stimulants and taking this product too close to bedtime could result in insomnia or disrupted sleep. It is also recommended for users to take Adicore for no longer than 8 weeks straight. This should be followed by a 2 week rest period before it can be used again. Adicore is meant to be used with a proper diet and exercise program.

    At the time that this review was written, Adicore could be purchased on Amazon for $19.95. While this can be considered a reasonable price for a single bottle of diet pills containing 60 capsules (a one month supply), it is important to note that when this review was created no official website existed for Adicore, which could mean that the product is no longer being manufactured.

    Regardless of whether or not this is true, it is recommended that you first speak with your healthcare provider prior to taking Adicore. This is especially important if you are sensitive to stimulants, have an existing medical condition, are currently taking any medications (prescription or non-prescription) or supplements, or are pregnant, nursing or planning to become pregnant.