Adicor is a nonprescription fat loss product that is designed to help people who want to lose weight either for cosmetic purposes or to gain better results from their bodybuilding efforts. The main impact of this product is meant to be its metabolism boosting effect. This is claimed to be accomplished through thermogenesis and an energy boost.
Thermogenesis is the process through which the body produces heat. To do that, the body does need to use some of its fuel reserves in the form of body fat, or some of its ready energy which comes from calories from food. Adicor is supposed to increase the impact of this process by raising the body temperature. More heat requires more fuel. Therefore, the body will burn through more stored fat or calories in order to produce that heat.
This kind of fat loss pill is used very commonly among dieters and bodybuilders alike. Dieters use it to help to accelerate the speed of their results when they exercise to lose weight. That said, bodybuilders use this process to reduce their body fat while they build muscle. The less fat there is covering the muscle, the better the definition of those muscles.
While there is an official webpage for this product on the Kat-a-lyst (manufacturer) website, it provides customers with very little helpful information. All that was available on that page at the time of the writing of this review was an image of the front of the package, a basic description of the pills, usage instructions and an ingredients lists.
This forces the dieter to have to guess regarding the specific benefits they can expect to experience. It also requires the consumer to have to do their own research simply to find out why each ingredient was included in the formula. Many manufacturers will provide at least a basic statement about why each substance was selected for a formulation. That is not the case for this product.
This becomes all the more complex when considering the vast number of ingredients in this product. As it is made up of a number of proprietary blends, this means that there are dozens of substances to consider. At the time of the writing of this review, the website listed the following as the ingredients: Phase 1 blend (caffeine anhydrous, green tea extract, cordyceps sinensis, Siberian ginseng, guarana extract, vinpocetine), Phase 2 blend (garcinia cambogia, hoodia gordonii, st john’s wort, 5-HTP), Phase 3 blend (dandelion root, uva ursi, juniper berry extract, buchu extract), Phase 4 blend (citrus aurantium, synephrine HCl, octopamine HCl), Phase 5 blend (commiphora mukul, coleus forskolii, L-tyrosine AKG, Kelp, 3,5 diiodo L-tyrosine), Phase 6 blend (ginger root, cayenne powder), Phase 7 blend (magnolia bark extract, phosphatidylserine), Phase 8 blend (L-taurine, rhodea rosea, bioperine).
It is clear by looking at this list that this product is primarily a stimulant and a diuretic. This product should not be considered safe for all dieters and bodybuilders. It is very important for the sake of your health that you consult with a doctor before beginning the use of this product.