Avesil is one of the many wonder pills out there claiming to guarantee fast weight loss by decreasing the appetite, boosting the energy level and stimulating the body fat burning. Let us have a closer look at the untold side of this story.
Avesil is produced by Green Bracket LLC, a company based in the USA. Little is known about them, but they have already managed to gather several complaints with the Better Business Bureau for the aggressive marketing practices of the company. Bottom line, the claims that their products would make you lose thrice as much weight as the other weight loss pills available on the market are unsubstantiated by the clinical evidence of its supposed effectiveness.
Each sold bottle contains 60 capsules, the users being instructed to take 1 twice a day. The producers hide the Avesil formula behind the convenient “proprietary blend” label, which means you will have the big picture of the ingredients you are swallowing, but without specific quantities for any of them.
As far as it is known, its active ingredients are caffeine (fat burner, metabolism booster and appetite suppressant), decaffeinated green tea extract (stimulating fat burning, increasing the energy level), chromium (said to build muscle mass and melt away fat), and ashwagandha root extract (to calm the nerves and induce calmness).
- Simple formula (four major components, no fillers);
- Alluring presentation page;
- A very expensive weigh-loss product ($89,95 per bottle);
- Lack of transparency regarding the quantities of ingredients;
- Provided by a company with a very poor track record;
- Free-trial pack used as a bait, but if you fall for that trick you are unwillingly signed up for the auto-shipping monthly program;
- No money back guarantee;
- Very negative feedback and reviews about both the product and the customer service offered by the producer;
- Poor results reported by users, most of them feeling scammed into buying it;
- Side effects (sleeplessness, fast heart rate, jitteriness) on people sensitive to stimulants; some users reported mild gastric disturbances while using it;
- Lack of clinical evidence.
A huge number of negative reviews can be found on the weight loss forums, some rather poor reviews being available even on the Avesil-selling channel Amazon, where many of the users rated it as one star. The most credible description of the product on YouTube seems to go by “The main problem we have with Avesil…”. Some other stories refer to people who were forced to cancel their credit cards to get out of the automatic shipping program.
Any pill scammer can sell you stories about miraculous transformations into the shape of your dreams, yet the reality bite in this case is too obvious to ignore the evidence which is not at all flattering. There are way too many negative reviews to be disregarded, all related to a company with a questionable profile with too many disclaimers not to make you stop and wonder: Why should I even give it a second minute of my valuable time, a single dime of my precious money?