Regeneslim is a nonprescription weight loss product that is manufactured in the United States and that has been designed to help dieters to drop their excess fat more quickly and easily than they would be able to accomplish on their own through diet and exercise. At the time of this review, this product was being endorsed by Taylor Armstrong, who is a reality television star best known for her presence on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”.
It is important to note that not only is Taylor Armstrong not an expert in weight loss, but celebrity endorsements are not a reflection of the effectiveness of a particular product. Instead, it merely shows that the company that is selling the product has a considerable marketing budget in order to pay the celebrity for his or her participation in the advertising campaign.
Instead of listening to actors and other celebrities when it comes to the safety and effectiveness of a diet product, it is always a good idea to speak with a licensed doctor. This can help you to know whether or not the product should be considered appropriate for your specific medical history as well as your expectations with regards to your overall weight loss efforts.
The official website for Regeneslim claims that these diet pills are “vigorously tested”, and it says that it offers batch testing that can actually be reviewed on that site (under its tab labeled “Science”. However, at the time of this review, none of this information could be found at any point on the website. Moreover, the statement that claimed that the batch testing results were available for reviewing did not provide a link to any other location where that data could be found. This reflects either a carelessness on the part of the manufacturer or marketer, or suggests that the company is not entirely honest about its transparency.
According to the site, the ingredients that make up this product are: chromium, garcinia cambogia, kola nut extract, green coffee bean, chlorogenic acid, R-beta-methylphenyethylamine HCL, HCL, synephrine, guggulsterones, tyramine, hamala extract, and coleus.
Even at one brief glance, any person experienced in the nonprescription weight loss industry should immediately notice that there are some potential problems associated with not only some of the individual ingredients within the Regeneslim formulation, but also their combinations. This is a product that contains a high number of stimulants, some of which are very powerful, as well as synephrine – against which the FDA has released a warning to consumers due to potentially dangerous side effects – and kola nut, which is banned in some countries.