Cebolixs is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that claims to be able to reduce the appetite through the natural stabilization of blood sugar levels by inhibiting the absorption of carbs, without any side effects. The idea behind this product is that it will help to reduce the “rollercoaster” of blood sugar levels, which results in a reduction in food cravings. That, in turn, could lead a dieter to be able to stick to a healthier diet and to avoid succumbing to the risk of overeating or choosing fatty or sugary foods that could derail their weight loss progress.
This product is made from 100 percent natural brown seaweed, which it claims to source from Atlantic Canadian waters. This ingredient is often marketed as being a carb-inhibitor. By taking this product, the manufacturer claims that a dieter will be able to slow down the process of being converted into blood glucose, thereby reducing the glycemic load of food that has been consumed. This provides “extra support” for maintaining good health why reducing food cravings.
While the marketing for Cebolixs refers to human clinical trials that were conducted through the use of “internationally recognized protocols” and that reduced up to 48 percent of post meal glucose levels, the actual trials were not cited. Therefore, it is impossible to know who conducted the studies, what methods were used, and how many people participated. The marketing also claims that insulin levels and sensitivity were positively impacted by the use of the product, but again, no link was made nor was there any mention of where the study can be reviewed.
The ingredients in this product are gluten free, non-GMO, natural, and vegan friendly, which is appealing to a large number of dieters. However, without any real studies to prove their effectiveness, safety, and ideal dosage levels, it is challenging to take the claims at face value.
In order to take Cebolixs according to its directions, dieters over the age of 19 years should take 2 capsules once to twice per day. They should be taken a half hour before consuming a meal that contains carbohydrates. These pills should be taken with a full glass of water.
While this product is sold under the statement that it does not cause unwanted side effects, it also states that its use should be discontinued if symptoms of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) start to occur, such as dizziness, anxiety, sweating, tremor, nausea, and headache. This suggests that there are, in fact, some potential side effects associated with its use.