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Appuloss

An herbal diet supplement loaded with the antioxidant EGCG.

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Appuloss is an herbal supplement that is intended to help you lose weight and boost energy. It promises to deliver results like oxidizing fat, combating diet fatigue, and increase energy.

One to two Appuloss capsules are taken in the morning, one hour before breakfast. After four hours, an additional 1-2 capsules should be taken before lunch. It is highly recommended that you do not exceed consuming more than 6 capsules per day.

Since this supplement already contains caffeine, you should not consume additional caffeine while taking this product. If extra caffeine is consumed, some side effects you might experience are a loss of muscle function, chills and vertigo. Alcohol and foods containing the amino acid tyramine in it should also be avoided. Such foods are aged cheeses, red wine and liver. Appuloss should not be used by anyone who is 18 years or younger or for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

PRO
  • EGCG has been shown to aid in weight loss
  • Appuloss has antioxidant benefits
  • Herbal supplement with natural ingredients
  • Presents possible side effects
  • Encourages exercise
CON
  • Not approved by the FDA
  • Does not instill long-term healthy eating habits
  • No specific dietary guidelines
  • Contains caffeine
  • May cause side effects
INGREDIENTS

Appuloss contains two key ingredients: Epichasine, which contains EGCG and caffeine. EGCG is short for epigallocatechin 3-gallate, a kind of antioxidant that is found in green tea and has been linked to protecting the skin against UV rays and from possibly slowing down the rate that cancerous tumors grow. More recently, this mighty natural powerhouse has also been lauded for its ability to increase caloric burn and burning more fat. One study in the American Society of Clincial Nutrition showed that a diet rich in EGCG (ingested in the form of green tea) led to a greater reduction in body fat, BMI, body weight and waist circumference when compared to a control group.

Appuloss also contains Guarana, Kola Nut and Panax Ginseng, herbs that are supposed to help you improve your mental acquity and energy. The supplement was specially developed so that it releases its effects immediately in your stomach. It also contains the herbs acacia, Konjac root, a fiber that promotes satiety, Quadrangularis and Rhodiola Rosea that may help improve exercise endurance.

EXERCISE

Although there are no specific dietary or exercise instructions when taking Appuloss, the manufacturers encourage eating a reduced calorie diet and following a consistent exercise program in order to achieve optimal results.

CONCLUSION

There is no magic pill when it comes to weight loss, but some studies have suggested that a component found in green tea, EGCG, can rev up the body's ability to burn calories and fat and thereby reduce weight. Appuloss is an herbal supplement that contains this special ingredient in addition to a host of other herbs. This propriety mix of substances in Appuloss may help you to lose weight but it may come at a cost too. Loaded with caffeine, side effects can be numerous, particularly if you don't adhere to the product instructions.

As with any dietary supplement that has not been approved by the FDA, it is best to speak with your doctor before taking Appuloss.

Common Misspellings

Apuloss, Oppuloss, Appulost, Appoloss, Appulose, Diet Appuloss


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stephanie

i've been taking this product for about 6 months now. i am losing between 1-2 pounds weekly. i swear by this product. i joined the gym about 8 months ago and i haven't gone in about 6 weeks and i am still losing. it keeps my energy up and my cravings down. i love it.

posted Sep 26th, 2009 12:30 pm


Candice

This has been the only diet pill since they took ephedra off the market that worked for me,problem finding it locally tho.

posted Apr 29th, 2009 8:40 pm


Anonymous

I tried it. It made me sick and didnt work at all.

posted Jan 25th, 2009 9:47 am



   
 

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