What You Should Know
AbGone is a fat loss pill sold on the BioTech Research website. The premise behind the pill is that it will help to reduce belly fat and overall fat found in the body. Many people are obsessed with getting a flat tummy and will do almost anything to attain it. This product certainly preys upon the unknowing and the desperate. No pill has been formulated that can specifically target a fat area such as the stomach, thighs, hips, etc. Like may other little known weight loss supplements, the manufacturers do not take the time or the initiative to dedicate a website to their product. This would certainly help dieters to better discern if this product is safe or if it will work.
List of Ingredients
According to the BioTech Research website, the ingredients in the AbGone formula are: Vitamin C, Zinc, Chromium Polynicotinate, Phosphatidylersine, CLA, Dandelion Root, Leaf Powder and BCAA’s. There are no studies found where CLA was tested for human consumption. It has only been tested on laboratory animals.<?p>
AbGone was formulated to help reduce fat in the body and, more specifically, to target pot belly fat. However, none of those ingredients seem to be anything but ordinary. To date, we have not found a diet supplement that will work specifically on any one body part without having to lose from other parts as well. Typically when weight loss occurs, it starts first from other parts of the body and eventually will come off the tummy area. The only studies conducted on CLA, which is the active ingredient in AbGone, were on laboratory animals and not on humans. This fact alone makes the product questionable and virtually unsafe for human use. The other ingredients in the formula are pretty mediocre and have not been shown to have a long term effect on weight loss. It must be said that green tea has been known to produce higher energy levels in some individuals. According to BioTech Search, consumers are to take two AbGone capsules twice per day but nothing is said as to how long dieters should stay on the product or when they can expect to see results. Nothing was mentioned on the website regarding a money back guarantee if not completely satisfied with the product.
- AbGone is available for purchase online from the BioTech Research website.
- Contains green tea which may have a positive effect on energy levels.
- The only clinical research conducted on the active ingredient in AbGone was on laboratory animals, not human subjects.
- The instructions for AbGone use are vague.
- No 30 day money back guarantee associated with the product.
Most of the ingredients found in the AbGone formula seem to be harmless, however, there is some concern about CLA which has only been tested on lab animals, not on humans. This fact alone should make dieters wary of purchasing this product. We have to hand it to the makers of AbGone, they have certainly found a way to “cash in” on the market of trying to spot reduce areas of the body, however research indicates that this is virtually impossible to accomplish, especially with a pill. With all the law suits and scandals surrounding products that are deemed unsafe, it would be wise to wait until the jury weighs in on this product.