A fat burner so potent that you can eliminate belly fat without any stimulants at all, is this even possible? Abrexin sounds more than a little bit outlandish to some of us, and yet this product brings us hope. Abrexin targets all of our most common complaints in relation to weight loss, and according to makers, this product is meant to be taken before you go to bed, allowing you to “wake up slimmer.”
Why Take Abrexin At Night?
There are two possible explanations for this. First, at night, your body rebuilds and rejuvenates itself. Studies show that people who get more sleep are more likely to maintain a healthy weight than those who don’t. Therefore, if you use a diet pill before going to sleep (especially if that diet pill improves your sleep), you should lose more weight.
The other reason is not necessarily as appealing. As you sleep, your body does not burn as many calories, but certain processes continue. To be more specific, you pee in the morning, your body eliminates some water weight as you sleep, meaning some people lose 2 pounds as they sleep. An unexperienced dieter could easily mistake this for weight loss associated with a product they took right before bedtime.
Which is Abrexin?
Abrexin uses just 3 ingredients, and many may jump to this product’s aid, because we recognize bioperine. Bioperine is literally found in just about every diet pill because of its natural ability to enhance the absorption and therefore the effectiveness of other ingredients. The important thing to remember is that this is not a weight loss ingredient.
Bioperine simply complements real weight loss ingredients.
The other ingredients in Abrexin have been described by Abrexin as powerful weight loss blends, but the research paints a completely difference picture. At best, lactoferrin is a natural antibacterial, but this ingredient is definitely not a weight loss ingredient. So far, we haven’t even been able to find any information on GP Shield and what this ingredient might actually be.
Abrexin uses a blend of ingredients that we have never seen before, but this isn’t necessarily a good thing. The truth is that Abrexin doesn’t actually have clinically proven weight loss ingredients at all, at least not according to current clinical studies. Worse yet, part of the Abrexin formula still remains a mystery.
This particular product hasn’t become particularly popular, and the reviews from consumers like you have been rather scathing. Based on those reviews, we do know that Abrexin has the benefit of being stimulant-free, at least as far as we can tell. However, without any weight loss benefits, many consumers don’t really think that particular feature matters.