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Zylorin And Weight Loss

Updated on March 2, 2010

Zylorin is a new weight loss supplement manufactured by the American company Astor Ridge Nutrition. It is advertised as a pill that is caffeine free. The manufacturers have made use of the famous miracle weight loss product, Hoodia. Hoodia is a cactus tree that grows naturally in sub-Saharan Africa and is currently being used in the manufacture of slimming pills. The main components of this slimming pill are Hoodia Gordonii, Green Tea Extract, Phosphatidylserine, and Citrus Aurantium. These are however not scientifically proven the best comprehensive metabolic enhancing ingredients that the product claims to be. In essence, there is not much that is revolutionary about the ingredients. However because this product are natural the product goes further to promise safety.

Hoodia Gordonii is a component in Zylorin that lowers or suppresses the appetite levels. The green Tea extract has been found to have an effect that boosts energy in the body and oxidizes body fat. The product citrus aurantium has more or less the same effects as Hooda Gordonii that suppresses ones appetite and heightens the metabolism rates. It has a less effect on the central nervous system thus unlike other slimming pills such us Phenocal, the nervousness and jittery feeling is not a side effect of Zylorin. Lastly, the Phosphatidylserine in the pill is acclaimed for its function of restoring memory and stimulating an aging brain in addition to helping, you lose the weight. The product Zylorin claims to make the slimming or weigh loss process a simple one. However, it is important to note that Zylorin will work only if supplemented with a healthy diet and a lifestyle that does not hinder the process of losing weight.

The advantages of considering the product is that it a money back guarantee if no results are reached as established in the product campaign. It also comes accompanied by a book that directs one issue of slimming and weight loss. The pill Zylorin and the book, Amazing Weight Loss secrets can be purchased online. Another thumbs up is that the product does not contain too many stimulants that can otherwise have a negative effect on users. It also control sugar levels in the body ensuring that the sugar is not broken down to the same fat that you are trying to get rid of.

However, there is no known standardized test thus some cannot make an informed comparison with the results it produces compared with other products in the market. Side effects of using Zylorin include diarrhea, constipation, dizziness and a feeling of nausea. These side effects can vary from one user to another in severity. Although the pill asserts that it has no sickening side effects as in those manifested by taking other pills, this claim is anyone's guess. In supplementing Zylorin, an intense workout schedule is required and this might turn off many people who just do not have the time who just want to take the pill and watch the fat fall out.


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