Aditrim is a product of VNS Nutritional Sciences. The product’s website is remarkably uninformative, providing photographs and a tagline-“Lose the Fat. Keep the Muscle”-to sell the product. While the website does not mention any ingredients, a partial list can be found on retailer websites.
However, no dosages are mentioned. This makes it impossible to predict the effectiveness of Aditrim. What is known is that Aditrim is a weight-loss formula for the bodybuilding market. Many similar formulas make the claim of helping dieters lose muscle while keeping lean muscle mass. Scientists maintain that this is impossible. Aditrim claims to accomplish this feat via four proprietary complexes: Thermostatic, Xanthinol, Teaplex, and Appevin.
What is Aditrim?
A full list of ingredients for Aditrim is unavailable. Instead, Aditrim contains four proprietary complexes. The website lists no actual ingredients within these four complexes. Therefore the following ingredients may be inaccurate.
The complex Thermostenin seems to contain dahurian angelica root and polygonum multiflorum. Dahurian angelica root is an unusual ingredient commonly used to treat the common cold, headaches, and similar minor complaints. Polygonum multiflorum is a traditional Chinese herb that is said to rejuvenate the body, a benefit that makes more sense in a weight-loss supplement. It is also used to detoxify the liver and help weak bones.
The complex Xanthol seems to contain theobroma coca and yerba mate, both of which are mild stimulants. Stimulants can increase metabolism. Theobroma coca is also said to have diuretic properties. The complex Teaplex contains oolong tea and kohki tea. All teas are stimulants. They also have antioxidant properties. Antioxidants combat free radicals, which are responsible not only for wrinkles but also serious health problems such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
The final complex, Appevin, contains horse chestnut and ligustrum lucidum. Horse chestnut is the source of aescin, which helps increase circulation. It is also said to have an anti-inflammatory effect and has been used after sports injuries. Ligustrum lucidum may help with the vascular disorder.
What are the Pros of Aditrim?
- Aditrim contains a few promising ingredients.
- Aditrim is reasonably priced at $33 for one month’s supply.
What are the Cons of Aditrim?
- The official product website provides little to no information.
- The product does not come with a money-back guarantee.
- Little information about the parent company.
Aditrim Review – The Bottom Line
Customers may be frustrated by the lack of information on Aditrim provided by the parent company, VNS Nutritional Sciences. Can a company really be confident in a product that it does so little to promote? Moreover, a full list of ingredients is unavailable.
In fact, Aditrim advertises four proprietary complexes, as if one weren’t frustrating enough. Without knowing all the ingredients and their dosages, it is impossible to predict the effectiveness of this product. As if all this were not enough to scare away customers, it is also rather difficult to find. Dieters and bodybuilders shouldn’t waste their energy in hunting for a product with so little potential.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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