It’s always exciting to come across something of a breakthrough in the world of weight loss supplements, or even just a newcomer that’s said to do as it promises. PholiaMagra is one of the newest additions to the market having been built around an ingredient that was only discovered back in 2008. The makers of PholiaMagra talk it up as a product that’s able to help burn existing fat reserved by boosting the metabolism, while at the same time preventing further weight gain by suppressing the appetite. All of this from an over-the-counter supplement you can pick up online – starting to think these kinds of things are usually too good to be true?
So, the question is, will PholiaMagra live up to the hype and prove to be the next big thing in weight loss, or is it just another flash in the pan fad that’s going nowhere?
PholiaMagra comes from Pharma Reins, a Brazilian company that has yet to break out across the world’s other key health markets. Nevertheless, PholiaMagra could prove to be the product capable of a double-edged assault on weight loss. The active ingredients itself – as in the Ecalyculata Veil it contains – apparently gives PholiaMagra the power to help rid the body of excess water and fat, while at the same time contributing to a healthy metabolism. At the same time, PholiaMagra also contains caffeine to further benefit the metabolism and speed up the rate at which calories are burned. So it’s of course worth asking whether or not PholiaMagra goes the distance in a real-world setting, of if we’re instead looking at yet another dud.
As for the good stuff, there aren’t many products on the market today that contain the same active ingredients as PholiaMagra – given as the main component was only discovered over recent years. What’s more, its ingredients have, to some extent, been studied to verify their effectiveness, while at the same time proving free from side effects and adverse reactions. With this in mind, it’s hard not to salute PholiaMagra for its real pluses.
In terms of criticisms, there’s very little to go on by way of feedback as PholiaMagra isn’t widely available in English-speaking countries. In order to invest in some you’ll have to use the Brazilian website and translate the text before knowing what’s what – off-putting for some. What’s more, studies are limited at best and the actual evidence that PholiaMagra really does have a positive effect is thin on the ground. Last but not least, some have said that PholiaMagra only works because of the caffeine in it. This tops off the small selection of real minuses.
Aside from the caffeine and the Ecalyculata Veil, there isn’t really much on offer in terms of ingredients. As such, it’s unwise to think about taking PholiaMagra without first contacting the manufacturer or a professional medical party. You could try and hunt down the ingredients on a third-party Brazilian website, but really they should be presented with the product.
Ingredients: Caffeine and the Ecalyculata Veil
On the whole, there’s probably more reason to avoid PholiaMagra than there is to buy it. The fact that you’ll be looking at translating a Brazilian website means there’s a pretty good chance things will be lost in translation. Plus there’s not a great deal of evidence to suggest that PholiaMagra actually works at all. There’s plenty of good stuff to be said about it, but the balance isn’t tipped in its favor.
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