Regeneslim

Regeneslim reviewRegeneslim is an over the counter diet pill that is made in the United States. It is a celebrity endorsed product which has been promoted by reality television star, Taylor Armstrong, from “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”. It is important to note that having a celebrity to back a product is not necessarily an indication that the product is safe or that it will work. Instead, it is merely a reflection of the manufacturer’s marketing budget.

The claim from the manufacturer of Regeneslim is that it will provide dieters with appetite and food craving suppression, an energy boost, and better overall health. It claims to do this by way of its “vigorously tested” product. In fact, the official website says that “all batch testing can be reviewed on this site”, however, at the time of this review, the actual location of that information could not be found on that website.

The ingredients in Regeneslim are packed within a couple of proprietary blends, which means that none of the quantities are revealed. The first includes the patented ingredients ChromeMate and Citrimax (which are essentially chromium and garcinia cambogia) at a total of 375 mg. The second is 176 mg of a combination of kola nut extract, green tea, tyramine, methylphenethylamine, synephrine, and others.

Though this does suggest that the product could be quite high in stimulants and lead to potential side effects, the primary concern is regarding the methylphenylethymine. The reason is that the FDA has cautioned against this substance and even sent a warning letter to Regeneslim about its use of the substance. It was cautioned that the ingredient had not been adequately be tested for safety and may, therefore, be unsafe for use as a chemical substance being taken by humans.

That said, the FDA has also had its concerns about synephrine, which is a powerful stimulant ingredient that can cause adverse reactions in many people. This substance, combined with some of the other stimulant containing ingredients such as green tea and kola nut extract only increase the risk of experiencing unwanted side effects.

Due to the potentially hazardous nature of this ingredient and the fact that the FDA issued a warning letter to the company and yet it continued to use the substance in question, it would be very difficult to find any reason to recommend this product when effective products with a higher likelihood of safety are readily available.

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