Does Avilean Work – A Review

Anti-obesity pills and capsules now have become major ways to treat obesity. Many are over the counter weight loss pills, and unfortunately most of these come with a plethora of side-effects which end up seriously affecting the user’s health.

Avilean is one such anti-obesity non-prescription tablet available in market which comes with serious lack of information about the manufacturers as well as the product itself.

The website of Avilean is not informative enough and lacks relevant official data like the chemical composition of the product, its clinical results, as well as users’ review. Without having all these data it is difficult to assess its efficiency.

In addition to its incomplete product information, several reviews are found in different websites about its fraudulent transaction of money and lack of customer service when consumers face doubts or problems.

In a nutshell, despite the wonderful reviews that adorn many diet pill review sites, Avilean is not recommended as an anti-obesity pill as consumers are confused about its safety, utility and functionality.

What is Avilean

Avilean is an anti-obesity pill that works as a metabolic booster as well as a natural preventer of carbohydrates and fat being absorbed from daily foods. According to its manufacturers, Avilean is made of bean extract and caffeine based tea extracts which are known carb-blockers and supportive agents for quick weight shedding.

It is claimed to be an efficient weight loss pill especially for abdominal weight loss which will get rid paunch and pot belly although no specific time frame has been designated for getting optimum result out of its usage.

The main two ingredients of this weight loss pill are caffeine and Amylezene. These are widely used in several other weight loss pills therefore productivity and safety of these two products are already tested and established. The other ingredients of this pill are not clearly specified even in its official website which is not just confusing but also a little scary.

A single file of Avilean contains 20 pills and officially it has a 30-day money back guarantee although there are several consumer complaints that the company never entertains customers’ money refund claim.

Avilean: Composition

The makers of Avilean have not been forthright about its ingredients but delving through various sites have made it possible to reveal what they are –

  • Amylezene, white bean extract
  • Green Tea Extract with caffeine
  • Oolong Tea Extract
  • White Tea Extract
  • Acai Berry Powder
  • Vitamin B6
  • Vitamin B12, and Vitamin D3
  • 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP)
  • Folic Acid

Possible Side effects

According to manufacturers’ claim, users will lose almost 85% of body weight within one month of consumption.  This is not only unscientific but also a dangerous claim as weight reduction at this pace is not normal or healthy. Besides, non-availability of ingredient list and its percentage in forming the medicine is nowhere available, hence it is not possible to effectively identify its side effects.

Use of caffeine may lead to problems like:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Headache
  • Insomnia/dizziness
  • Restlessness
  • Panic disorder
  • Unconditional mood swing and irritability

Crash weight shedding may cause physical disorders like:

  • Loose motion
  • Palpitation
  • Hypertension
  • Seizures at final stage
  • Nausea
  • Intestinal disorder/infection

Where To Buy Avilean

The official website seems to be the only online store that sells the product legitimately. High street stockist such as Holland and Barrett, Boots and Tesco do not hold stock.

Alternatives To Consider

There are several slimming pills that are worthy of consideration over and above Avilean.

For a snapshot as to what is currently being used to good effect read