What is Xanithin3?
Xanithin3 is an Acai berry containing weight loss supplement and an ‘As Seen on TV’ advertised product.
The information for Xanithin3 is in the form of a one page website that looks very much like other Acai berry supplement sites. It does not contain much useful information about Xanithin3, there are no testimonials apart from a few before and after shots with no accompanying names, and there is no FAQ section.
The website uses some questionable marketing tactics such as announcing that there are only a certain amount of free trial bottles available and citing quotes from well known news media outlets.
However, it is obvious, and later noted in the small print at the bottom of the site, that ABC, CNN and WebMD etc. are in no way endorsing the Xanithin3 product.
No clinical trials appear to have been performed on Xanithin3, although the company do provide a downloadable study showing the benefits of Fucoxanthin, a seaweed product that aids in weight loss.
Xanithin3 Ingredients and Why it Matters?
Apart from helping the user lose weight, Xanithin3 also claims to have the ability to perform a number of other functions. It appears that it has the power to not only ‘literally dissolve abdominal fat with one dose’ but also reduce fatigue, boost metabolism, enhance the mood, suppress cravings, make the blood healthier and improve eyesight.
Unfortunately no ingredients are listed for the product other than 100% Acai berry and Fucoxanthin, although the exact amounts of these are not disclosed. There is a lengthy and very scientific explanation of the uses and benefits of Fucoxanthin, but no information regarding the other contents of the capsules.
In addition to this, no dosage instructions are shown and although the manufacturers claim the product can help the user lose 15lbs in 15 days, which is not a medically recommended amount, it is not known how long Xanithin3 should be taken in total.
What are the Pros of Xanithin3?
- Xanithin3 contains the powerful anti-oxidant Acai Berry
- Clinical studies are shown for Fucoxanthin
- Fucoxanthin is a fat-burning ingredient
- A free trial of Xanithin is offered on the website
- Xanithin3 is designed as an abdominal fat burner
What are the Cons of Xanithin3?
- There are complaints filed against the company by independent consumers
- No ingredient list is shown for Xanithin3
- No FAQ section or testimonials are provided
- Xanithin3 is expensive, costing $88.55 for a one month supply
- The company uses questionable marketing tactics
- The consumer ordering the free trial is enrolled into the auto-shipping program
- The expected weight loss cited is not medically recommended
- The health claims made for Xanithin3 are exaggerated and unsubstantiated.
Xanithin3 Review – The Bottom Line
Xanithin3 is simply another Acai berry containing product that is taking advantage of the ‘superfoods’ trend, i.e. foods that are high in anti-oxidants.
It may well contain the berry and Fucoxanthin, but without knowing the amounts of each, it is impossible to judge how effective each dose would be, if at all.
It is highly unlikely that any weight loss supplement can enable anyone to ‘dissolve’ abdominal fat, especially without the addition of a regular workout routine, of which there is no mention.
Xanithin3 contains no known appetite suppressants, fiber or other thermogenics, all the ingredients needed in order to be the great product that it purports to be.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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