Body Perfect is a nonprescription “fat loss formula” that is manufactured by a company called Bio-Synergy Ltd. That company is based in the United Kingdom. That company produces a very wide range of different types of products under various brand names, particularly in the weight loss and bodybuilding categories.
The official website for this product ships it internationally, so it is not limited to dieters in the United Kingdom. However, it should be noted that results are not guaranteed by the manufacturer and it does not offer a satisfaction guarantee, so there is some risk associated with purchasing this product.
Though Body Perfect diet pills are a central product produced by Bio-Synergy, there are a number of related products under this same label that are also sold by the manufacturer, including additional Body perfect slimming pills and meal replacement shakes. Those are not a requirement for taking the original diet pills but the brand is clearly taking advantage of its popularity.
The product is marketed primarily toward women who have left some positive feedback after having tried it. That said, it is not without potential side effects.
It is designed to help to burn fat more quickly and to help to reduce sugar cravings and hunger overall. To use it according to the package directions, two to four capsules need to be taken on an empty stomach with a full glass of water every day. As there is a high level of stimulants in this product, it is recommended that they not be taken after 4pm in order to avoid sleep struggles. They are meant to be combined with diet and exercise for maximum results.
When researching the ingredients in this product, some confusion can arise. The “ingredients” section for this product on the official website lists the substances within these capsules as being: L-Tyrosine, Green Tea Extract, Capsule Shell (Hypromellose), Citrus Auranthium, Naringin, and Caffeine.
However, the nutrition label on the Body Perfect package lists the ingredients as being L-Tyrosine, Green Tea Extract, Citrus Auranthium, Naringin, Caffeine, and Alpha Lipoic Acid. Clearly there is a difference in these two lists, as the nutrition table mentions Alpha Lipoic Acid (of which it says there is 33mg), that is not present in the official ingredients list.
It is important to note that both of these lists contain citrus auranthium, which is another name for bitter orange extract, which contains synephrine. That is a substance about which the FDA has released a warning and that is known for causing unpleasant side effects.