Abidexin is a new name for an old product—Apidexin. Such a slight change to the name seems pointless, but manufacturers Nutripharm LLC claim they decided to flip the letter P onto its head to ensure customers don’t confuse their product with the prescription-only drug Adipex P. It all sounds a little suspicious.
Sometimes rebranding exercises such as this are used by companies who hope to continue marketing products that have attained a bad reputation. That being the case we felt impelled to do some checks, but Apidexin checked out okay. It was never the best product on the market, but it certainly wasn’t the worst—nobody died and the scam report sites do not carry any Apidexin scam warnings.
How the Formulation Works
Abidexin is produced in capsule form and has been designed to be used alongside a healthy diet and regular exercise.
The promised capsule benefits are:
- Appetite suppression
- Body fat reduction
- Increased energy
- Improved focus
Appetite suppressing formulations help dieters reduce their calorie intake by controlling the desire for food and, if the calorie intake is reduced sufficiently, body fat will be burned off and reduced. In the case of Abidexin the blend also contains some fat burning ingredients, that should (in theory) ensure additional fat burning benefits; and some stimulants have been added to boost energy levels and improve focus and concentration. Of course, whether the capsules can actually deliver these benefits will depend on the quality and strength of the ingredients.
Two capsules provide:
- Caffeine Anhydrous (210mg): A popular stimulant that should provide and energy boost and will no doubt improve levels of focus, but caffeine has known side effects and is not tolerated well by everyone.
- Green Coffee Bean Extract (200 mg): Another caffeine provider, but green coffee bean extract also contains chlorogenic acid and it’s a powerful fat burner that works well if included in sufficient quantity, but its powers are hindered here by a relatively low inclusion rate (for best results 800 – 2,000mg is required).
- Green Select Phytosome Green Tea (150mg): It’s been protected here by a trademark, but green tea is still green tea and, call it what you want, it is still a powerful fat burner. It also contains high levels of antioxidants, so green tea is always a valuable inclusion, though—once again—a more generous amount would have improved the potential of the Abidexin formulation.
- Irvingia Gabonensis (150mg): Probably better known as African Mango. It’s a Dr. Oz favorite (US TV show host), but one of Oz’ colleagues, Dr. Edwards, has let the cat out of the bag since the show and admitted many of the supportive studies were conducted by researchers who stood to benefit financially if and when the ingredient became successful.
- Co-Enzyme Q10 (50mg): An enzyme that occurs naturally in the body. It is also provided by many foods, including fish and liver, but the FDA has not approved it for use as a food supplement.
One (1 to 3 capsule) dose is required each day.[/info]
Some customers say the formulation worked for them and speak in glowing terms:
Two examples read:
[plain]”The best diet pill I have ever used. I use it once every 3-4 months it boosted my metabolism gave me energy I stuck to a simple diet don’t exercise often I went from 137 to 117 in 4 months the weight stayed off. It’s cheap and it doesn’t make u sick. I LOVE THIS PRODUCT I recommended it to everyone.”[/plain]
[plain]”Just started my second bottle. I have lost 6 pounds. But I don’t exercise.”[/plain]
Unfortunately the vast majority of Abidexin users have a very different view of the product.
A few typical comments read:[plain]“Waste of money. My Physician warned me but it fell on deaf ears.”[/plain]
[plain]”Lies lies lies does not work did not lose a pound dont waste your money.”[/plain]
[plain]”This does not work.”[/plain]
[plain]”I did not find that it curved my appetite at all. I also did not feel energized like I thought I would. Sorry, I will not purchase this again.”[/plain]
Abidexin Side Effects and Known Issues
Some customers report upset stomachs, which may be due to the caffeine content. Other caffeine-related side effects could include jitters, headaches, and heart palpitations.
Co-Enzyme Q10 is known to interfere with the way some medication work, so it is also a problematic ingredient.
Abidexin is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding mothers. Anyone who is taking medications, or has any healthy issues or concerns, should consult their medical practitioner before supplementation is commenced.
Purchasing Options and Incentives
Abidexin can be purchased from a few independent retailers, and is also available via Amazon, but customers who purchase from the Abidexin website can benefit from bulk buy discounts. Orders of two bottles or more bottles are shipped free of charge along with a complimentary bottle of Nutripharm Colon Cleanse.
A 90 day money back guarantee is offered.
The Final Verdict
Nutripharm LLC appears to be a reputable company, but customer feedback suggests Abidexin is an overly hyped product that will probably fail to deliver the promised results.
The Abidexin blend contains a few good ingredients, but the same ingredients can be found in many other weight loss products that boast better customer feedback and very often contain other beneficial ingredients as well. Our verdict? Abidexin simply isn’t worth the money so we advise consumers looking for an effective weight loss product to try elsewhere.