Non-Prescription Diet Pills Reviews

There are numerous non prescription diet pills from which you can choose if you are considering them as an option to help you lose weight. Be that as it may, unfortunately, many over-the-counter pills on the market are not worth your time or your money. Worse still, some of these products are not only ineffective but they could be harmful to your body.

That said, despite the number of bad OTC pills on the market, there are a few good non prescription diet pills available. However, discovering a pill that is both effective and safe can be quite the challenge, unless you know what you’re looking for.

Most non prescription diet pills are made up of different herbal ingredients. Depending on the ingredients, the pills may work to decrease your appetite, enhance your metabolism, increase calorie and fat burning, lower the amount of fat your body absorbs, and so on. That said, not all OTC diet pills contain herbs. Some are made up of pharmaceutical-grade formulas and have active chemical ingredients that mirror the effects of popular prescription drugs, but are not as harsh on the body.

Although many people are under the impression that non prescription diet pills are safer than prescription diet drugs, it’s important that you understand that just because a product may contain all natural ingredients, this doesn’t make it safe. One of the biggest problems with a good number of non-prescription weight loss aids is that very few have been effectively studied, which means there is little to no proof that many of these products will actually help you lose weight as they claim.

What’s more, some of these products contain Ephedra, which is a powerful herb and common weight loss pill ingredient that has been banned by the FDA, due to the dangerous effects it can have on a person’s cardiovascular health. Thus, it is illegal to sell products containing Ephedra in the US.

In addition, keep in mind that all non prescription diet pills carry a risk of side effects. While many of these are mild and usually cause gastrointestinal upset, increased urination, and headache, others can be more severe, leading to health issues such as high blood pressure, kidney damage, seizures, stroke, and heart attack.

Always remember, even though one of the biggest perks of non prescription diet pills is that you don’t need a doctor’s permission to obtain them, you should still consult with you healthcare provider prior to taking any weight loss pills, regardless if they are herbal and contain all-natural ingredients. It’s in your best interest to make sure that the products you take won’t negatively interact with any medications you may already be taking or with any existing health conditions you may have.

SirenLabs Slimify Advanced

SirenLabs Slimify Advanced is a dietary supplement for weight loss. It offers stimulant free weight loss support to increase fat metabolism and weight loss control.

According to the supplement facts, this OTC diet pill contains the following ingredients:

  • Vitamin D
  • Iodine
  • Chromium

SLIMIFY X5 Blend

  • Garcinia Cambogia
  • Chitosan
  • N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine
  • African Mango
  • Grains of Paradise

SirenLabs Slimify Advanced Support and Benefits Claims

According to the official SirenLabs Slimify Advanced product page, this product offers dieters plenty of advantages. For instance:

  • The formula contains clinically studied weight loss support ingredients.
  • Grains of paradise can support a boost in metabolism and the body’s ability to burn more calories with greater efficiency
  • Garcinia cambogia may help to lower carb-to-fat conversion as well as aid in appetite control
  • African mango promotes stable blood sugar levels and weight loss
  • Chitosan fiber can help to block cholesterol and dietary fat
  • Vitamin D can help manage hormonal functions as well as decrease fat mass
  • Iodine supports healthy thyroid function
  • Chromium helps the body absorb the nutrition Slimify has to offer

Additionally, at the time that this SirenLabs Slimify Advanced review was written, the product came with a 30-day money back guarantee, which is always a plus in case it should turn out that this weight management aid is not for you.

Clinically Studied Ingredients but Not Clinically Proven

To be clear, SirenLabs does not claim that its formula or the ingredients are clinically proven.  However, at the same time, without some scientific evidence to help bolster its claims, nothing the manufacturer says about this diet pill’s benefits (as mentioned above) hold any veracity.

Even one of the most promising ingredients in the formula, grains of paradise, has never been officially proven effective or safe for weight loss or as an obesity treatment.

There is a big difference between the belief that something can do something and scientific evidence that proves it can. It is important to remember this when considering taking SirenLabs Slimify Advanced or any OTC diet pill that makes big claims about its formula without providing any research to substantiate what has been said.

On a positive note, this formula is stimulant-free, which may appeal to dieters who are seeking weight management support without caffeine or other stimulants.

How to Take

SirenLabs Slimify Advanced should be taken according to the recommended dosage instructions or as directed by your healthcare provider. The suggested use is to take 3 capsules (1 serving size) daily with 6 – 8 ounces of water. This product is meant to be used in conjunction with proper diet and regular physical activity.

Trim-Right

Trim-Right review

Trim-Right is a nonprescription diet supplement that is marketed as being an appetite suppressant along with being a metabolism enhancer that will allow dieters to be able to get rid of their excess weight. The official website for the product makes a number of bold claims that are very common in this industry, but it will take further investigation to know whether or not the product can actually live up to those promises.

Trim-Right Key Ingredients

To begin examining the product before trying it, it is important to look at the Trim-Right ingredients. The manufacturer says that this product is made up of 100 percent natural substances. While it makes big statements about shrinking the appetite and boosting the metabolism for faster fat burning, it doesn’t make any mention of side effects. This leaves a very positive impression of the pill but does make one wonder whether or not it is too good to be true.

Among the key ingredients in Trim-Right are:

  • Guarana
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Capsicum
  • Apple Cider Vinegar

How These Ingredients May Be Beneficial

If these ingredients look familiar to you, this is likely because they can be commonly found in many OTC diet pill formulas, not only Trim-Right. Each one has been clinically researched and they are frequently touted in the weight loss industry as being advantageous to those who are keen to drop pounds.

Here’s a closer look at each one:

  • Guarana is primarily a stimulant that has thermogenic properties. This helps to increase the body’s ability to burn fat because it is using more energy to produce body heat. This is a temporary effect and is usually only measurably effective when combined with cardio exercises.
  • Green tea extract contains a number of different chemicals – including caffeine – that can help to increase the rate of fat loss. However, in order to accomplish this goal, a large quantity of green tea must be taken every day. More importantly, in most studies, the weight loss that did occur was not statistically significant. What’s more, the official website for Trim-Right does not disclose the amount of each ingredient that are included in the product. Because of this, it is impossible to know whether enough green tea extract is included in the formula to produce any benefits.
  • Capsicum is a substance that is found in hot peppers. It is actually the substance that gives them the hot taste. Among the reactions that it produces in the body is to increase the temperature, creating a thermogenic effect and faster metabolism. This may help to increase fat burning when combined with cardiovascular exercise.
  • Apple cider vinegar can act as an appetite suppressant and can help to reduce water retention. Some believe that it might help to even out blood sugar levels, as well. That effect could, in theory, help to keep some food cravings under control as blood glucose isn’t rising and falling as dramatically.

Quality Ingredients, but Proof of Efficacy is Lacking

The bottom line is that while theses ingredients have been studied and some have shown some potential promise in helping to support weight loss efforts, the reality is that none of them have undergone significant study to prove their efficacy or their safety. Furthermore, the Trim-Right formula has never been studied, so there is no way of knowing if the amounts of the ingredients it has used deliver any real benefit at all.

In addition to using this product in combination with a healthy calorie-conscious diet and regular exercise, it is also recommended that you first consult with your healthcare provider, particularly if you have a medical condition.

August 2020 Update

As of August 2020, it appears that Trim-Right has been discontinued. It could still be viewed on Amazon UK where it was once for sale. However, it is listed as being “currently unavailable.” Furthermore, the official website for this product is gone, another indication that this diet pill is no longer being produced.

Although this news may be discouraging if you had hoped to try this product, on the plus side, there are other diet pills available on the OTC weight loss supplement market that contain the key ingredients in Trim-Right.

That being said, just remember that what was said in the original Trim-Right review above still holds true today. None of these ingredients are clinically proven so take care to avoid weight management aids that contain them and make bold and radical claims about these substances.

Finally, keep in mind that guarana contains caffeine. Therefore, if you are sensitive to stimulants and have selected a nonprescription diet pill that includes guarana, remember that it is a stimulant and can cause unwanted side effects, including jitters and sleep disturbance, effects that could be made worse when combined with other stimulant substances (e.g. caffeine anhydrous, green tea, green coffee bean, kola nut, bitter orange/synephrine/citrus aurantium, etc.).

72 Hour Diet Pill

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Avesil

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However, it is important to investigate Avesil further in order to understand whether or not it actually works as opposed to simply basing any decisions on sales and popularity, alone.

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Hoodiadrene

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Emerald Labs Meratrim

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Turboslim Calorie Trapper

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Carlyle Ultra Chromium Picolinate

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TriAdalean

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A physical address was also not found at the time that this review was written. Equally, its products (including TriAdalean) are readily available at many large marketplaces and retailers, online and they are still being manufactured.

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