What You Should Know
The creators of Xylestril boast that it is the first fat burning pill ever formulated specifically for women. The formula was developed to help women to overcome hormone related issues having to do with weight loss. The claim is that not only will Xylestril help women to lose weight but it will also decrease the symptoms that are associated with Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), help to control acne and give the skin an overall “nourished” appearance. The makers of Xylestril say that the science behind the pill is that it boosts the body’s thermogenesic rate, thus causing the level at which the metabolism burns fat to increase as well. Additionally, the formula addresses the issue of unbalanced hormone levels that are unique to women, and that have been known to cause hunger.
List of Ingredients
According to the official website for the product, the list of ingredients in Xylestril is: Green Tea, Cinnamon, chocolate, Soy, Ginger Root, L-Tyrosine, Kelp, Don Quai, Wild Yam, Damiana, Avena, Blessed Thistle, Mother’s Wart, Fenugreek, Fennel Seed, Elderberry, Magnolia Bark, Raspberries and Passion Flower.
The creators of Xylestril say that there are three features associated with the diet pill. First, that the pill is said to help women to overcome not only hormone imbalances but also the physiological aspects as well. The thermogenesis and the metabolic rate in the body is said to be increased and, it boosts cell regeneration in the skin, which addresses issues such as acne and under-nourished skin. However the main reason women take the Xylestril pill is for weight related issues and this pill promises to cause an 8 to 12 pound weight loss in one week. To achieve these results, the manufacturer suggests taking 1 capsule 2 to 4 times daily, or 2 capsules twice daily, 30 minutes before meals or before engaging in exercise. They warn that users should never take more than 4 capsules in a 24 hour period and never take them less than 8 hours before bedtime which is contradictory to taking them before each meal. The claims that a woman can lose as much as 8 to 12 pounds in one week are unhealthy according to doctor’s recommendations of 1 to 2 pounds per week. Although the official website for Xylestril boasts a money back guarantee, they only except unopened bottles back for a refund. How are dieters to know if they are satisfied unless they actually use the product? The advertising on the Xylestril website is a bit deceiving to say the least, and some product claims and directions don’t make sense once you actually look at them.
- Xylestril may be beneficial for women who suffer from Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) due to the ingredients Don Quai and Wild Yam which are known to have a positive effort on hormone levels.
- Xylestril is available for purchase directly from the manufacturer’s website.
- There are no scientific research studies associated with Xylestril.
- The return policy is deceiving, and only unopened bottles can be refunded.
- The ingredients in the formula are geared more towards hormone issue,s rather than weight loss.
- The claims that women can lost between 8 to 12 pounds in one week are unhealthy, even if they were accurate.
Women who have ongoing issues with hormone levels may benefit from this formula due to the ingredients Don Quai and Wild Yam. However the question remains regarding whether Xylestril will actually help women to lose weight. The ingredients in the formula are generally geared towards hormonal issues rather than weight loss. There are no scientific studies conducted on the product to give potential clients confidence that this product will work for them. There are a lot of weight loss supplements on the market that are specifically designed for weight loss. If that is your goal, than we suggest you continue your search for a product that will do just that, and take a pass on this rather confusing supplement.