Chances are you’ve already heard plenty about the so-called 'chili pepper diet' or the 'chili powder weight loss plan' right? So it should really come as no surprise to hear that the same principle have now made its way to the tablet-based supplement market. Capsiplex is said to bring all the benefit of the chili pepper diet in a safe and simple pill form. They make a world of promises, not only about weight loss, but also the ways in which Capsiplex will benefit your long-term health. But here’s the thing – you know full-well that so many of these companies are out for their own gain only.
So, the question is, will Capsiplex prove to be the next big thing in the whole chili diet craze, or is it just another product that’s been thrown together off the back of no real evidence in the first place?
The chili diet and Capsiplex, by extension, work with the theory that hot chili peppers speed up your metabolism and aiding weight loss naturally. With Capsiplex, you’re able to take in all the goodness of chili peppers without having to worry about the OTT spicy flavor so many find too painful to take. It’s supposedly able to help burn body fat, boost energy and contribute to an overall better state of health – not bad for a little pill stuffed with pepper. But here’s the thing – the site also makes promises of weight loss that seem a little far-fetched by anyone’s standards. So you have to ask whether or not Capsiplex works in practice, or if it’s just another theory that’s likely to come to nothing at all.
The chili pepper diet has a ton of followers, making it easy to see why so many people like Capsiplex. Users have described a faster weight loss than they initially expected, boosted energy levels, and a generally refreshed feeling of rejuvenation. What’s more, they insist that the $46 per month price of the stuff isn’t bad at all considering the positive effects it has on the body. Along with its use of all-natural ingredients and pretty extensive website, there’s a lot to be said for the real pluses.
On the flip side of the coin, it’s worth pointing out that the website makes reference to the kind of crash weight loss that’s not just unhealthy, but downright dangerous. What’s more, the 7-day money back guarantee is really pretty useless as it takes longer than this to find out whether or not Capsiplex actually works – something that’s been called a scam tactic by some. And what’s more, there is no specific evidence to support the claims made by Capsiplex about the supplement itself, though there have been plenty of studies on the effects of capsicum. As such, there are also quite a few real minuses.
A full disclosure of ingredients is available on the official Capsiplex website, which is pretty long and diverse, but is for the most part safe and natural. As far as its active ingredients go Capsiplex calls on Black Pepper, Capsicum Extract, and Caffeine to work to work their magic. All pretty standard, but it’s usually a good idea to approach any weight loss supplements that contain caffeine with caution – caffeine is never beneficial for overall health.
Ingredients: Black Pepper, Capsicum Extract, and Caffeine.
All in all there are plenty of reasons to conclude that Capsiplex works, based on the positive reviews and the way in which Capsicum Extract is known for its beneficial properties. However, the fact that it also contains caffeine isn’t necessarily a good thing. What’s more, there’s also that really annoying 7-day guarantee that’s as good as no guarantee at all, plus their massive weight loss claims are a bit incredulous. I would recommend going with a product with more reasonable claims.
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