Pyroxamine

Pyroxamine Review
Review of: Pyroxamine
Price:
$49.99

Reviewed by:
Rating:
3
On May 12, 2020
Last modified:May 12, 2020

Summary:

This Pyroxamine takes a closer look at the claims and ingredients in this diet pill to help you decide if it is the thermogenic product for you.

Pyroxamine is a thermogenic fat burner from MYOKEM. It is packaged in a sleek black bottle with white and bright green accent colors. A single bottle of 60 capsules sold for $49.99 on the official MYOKEM site when this Pyroxamine review was written.

A “High-performance” Thermogenic Fat Burner

Pyroxamine is marketed as a “high-performance multi-factor thermogenic weight loss agent.” A thermogenic is a substance or microorganism that can increase the body’s ability to generate heat. These substances increase heat through metabolic stimulation. Essentially, all enzymatic reaction in the human body is thermogenic. Thermogenesis impacts basil metabolic rate.

In terms of what Pyroxamine can do, the manufacturer claims that it can provide the following benefits:

  • Enhances energy smoothly and cleanly
  • Reduces appetite
  • Speeds up fat loss
  • Sharpens mental focus
  • Elevates mood
  • Increases metabolic rate

On the official site it also says that this diet pill features “scientifically calculated doses of high-quality ingredients designed to help you lose weight.”

Pyroxamine Key Ingredients

There are several ingredients in the Pyroxamine Thermo-Focal Matrix. That said, the key ingredients highlighted by the maker of this formula include:

  • Caralluma Fimbriata
  • Grains of Paradise Extract
  • Teacrine
  • Caffeine
  • Evodiamine
  • Cognizin Citicoline
  • Bacopa Monnieri Extract

On the plus side, the manufacturer has taken the time to include the individual quantities of each ingredient used in the formula and has also explained how each of the key ingredients are believed to benefit individuals seeking to lose weight. That being said, there is no scientific evidence provided to backup claims and no citations to studies. Furthermore, a statement such as “scientifically calculated doses” means absolutely nothing in terms of guaranteeing quality, efficacy or safety.

It Does Contain Thermogenic Ingredients

However, not all is at a loss for the Pyroxamine formula. While none of the ingredients have been clinically proven to aid in long-term measurable fat loss, caffeine is a thermogenic and its thermogenic and metabolic effects have been studied.

That being said, while caffeine may provide a boost in metabolic function and even enhance mental alertness and focus, for some, these benefits are outweighed by unpleasant side effects, such as jitters, restlessness, anxiety and insomnia among others. This means that Pyroxamine may not be right for you if you have a sensitivity to stimulants or are currently taking other medications, supplements or have a pre-existing health condition that could negatively interact with caffeine or any of the other ingredients in the formula.

Ultimately, it would be in your best interest to consult with a healthcare professional prior to taking Pyroxamine.