AtraFen is a thermogenic appetite suppressant that promises to help burn calories while you’re at rest and to burn even more when you’re physically active. AtraFen is a weight loss supplement from Nutratech that has been designed to help with weight loss and long-term weight management. AtraFen is available in both pill and liquid form (diet drops). It is also available in a nighttime formula. This particular review is focusing on the standard diet pill product.
At the time that his review was written, the official product page states that the manufacturer has developed a product that was formulated after carefully following “real” science and studies that were conducted on humans.
While this does sound impressive, it is important to note that the actual AtraFen product itself has never been studied only the ingredients within it have. Therefore, even if the ingredients have been studied to determine their efficacy and safety for weight loss, the particular AtraFen proprietary blend has not. Right off the bat, this means there is no guarantee that taking these diet pills will result in more calorie burning, appetite suppression or reduced weight.
That being said, while there is no guarantee that it will work, this doesn’t mean that it won’t either. That’s why it is important to take a closer look at the ingredients in the formula. The proprietary formula contains a blend of African Mango Extract, Raspberry Ketone, Green Tea Extract, Acai Fruit, Caffeine Anhydrous, Resveratrol, Apple Cider Vinegar, Grapefruit, Kelp.
What do studies have to say about these ingredients? Research has found that caffeine can boost mental focus and alertness and may be beneficial at burning more fat, particularly when combined with physical activity. The same can be said for green tea.
There are also several antioxidants in this formula including acai fruit, grapefruit, raspberry ketones and green tea. Antioxidant-rich ingredients are good for overall health and may help with weight loss, particularly when combined with exercise.
Apple cider vinegar is believed to help prevent the digestion of carbs, Kelp is thought to assist in balancing PH level and resveratrol may block a cellular process that contributes to the development of fat cells.
Sadly, there is no solid clinical evidence that any of these ingredients will lead to measureable weight loss. Furthermore a single serving size of the AtraFen formula is 1 capsule and each serving contains 600mg of the proprietary blend. However, it is not revealed how much of each ingredient makes up the total 600mg blend.
As for side effects, possible risks include insomnia, jitters, anxiety, digestive distress, headache, rapid heartbeat, etc.
When this review was written, a single bottle of AtraFen (containing 60 capsules) cost $39.99. That said, prior to taking this product you should first speak with your medical practitioner.