Xentrafen review
Review of: Xentrafen

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On June 3, 2015
Last modified:June 3, 2015


  • Xentrafen is created by Nexgen Biolabs

  • Claims to target stubborn body fat

  • Boasts powerful appetite suppressing and mood enhancing effects

  • Contains multiple stimulants that may be too much for some dieters
  • Xentrafen is a diet pill that can be obtained without a doctor’s prescription. It comes from Nexgen Biolabs. According to the manufacturer, Xentrafen provides those who are seeking to lose weight several benefits. These include, targeting fat and lipid metabolism on stubborn areas of the body, energy boosting, fat burning, appetite suppression, mental focus, and enhancing metabolic function.

    Xentrafen supposedly helps you control your cravings and targets and blasts away body fat in stubborn areas of the body where it is hard to lose weight. This includes areas like your buttocks, love handles, stomach, thighs, and legs. It is also supposed to help you lose cellulite.

    While its formula may help you suppress your hunger, it won’t target any specific area of fat on your body, nor will it help you lose cellulite. When you burn off fat, you lose fat all over; there is no specific area that you can target. The place where you will lose fat first is the area of your body that holds the greatest amount of fat. For the majority of people, this is their stomach. You’ll continue to lose fat from there.

    However, do not think for a moment that taking only Xentrafen will lead to fat loss. Weight loss occurs when you burn more calories than you consume, which means that this product needs to be taken in conjunction with a healthy calorie-conscience diet and regular exercise.

    As for its ingredients, every Xentrafen capsule is made up of the following propriety formula: 1,3,7 Trimethylxanthine (caffeine anhydrous), Synephrine HCl, N,N-Dimethyltyramine, Schizandrol A, 5-Hydroxytryptophan, Yohimbine HCl.

    In spite of providing the ingredients list, no other information was given about this formula on the official product page at the time this review was written. Without any studies to backup the claims made about Xentrafen, there is no solid scientific evidence that proves this product is effective or safe for weight loss.

    Moreover, this product contains multiple stimulants, including caffeine and synephrine, which, according to the FDA, is a potentially dangerous combination. The Food and Drug Administration warns that when combined with caffeine, synephrine can increase the risk of severe cardiovascular effects like heart attack and stroke, in some people. Due to the fact that it contains such potent stimulants, it is strongly recommended that you first speak with your healthcare provider before taking this weight loss supplement.

    When this review was written, a single month supply of Xentrafen sold online for $44.99.