Beach body drops is a thermogenic weight loss supplement. It is purported to primarily burn fat, with appetite suppression and metabolism boosting as secondary effects.
It belongs in the increasingly popular class of supplements that are offered in liquid formulas ingested via drops. It is claimed that taking the supplement in drop form is beneficial because it allows all areas of weight loss to be targets, unlike pills.
Careful consumers must wonder: does it work and is it worth it? One notices right away that the main website does not return in a standard web search. A second party site link leads to what was supposed to be the main website, but in fact is no longer functioning. Therefore, all information about this product has to be obtained through second and third party sources. This should be a red flag to consumers.
Beach Body Drops – How Do They Work
Beach Body Drops claims that being in liquid form allows it to target all areas of weight loss unlike pills. Although this is true to some degree the formula has to contain a certain combination of ingredients.
There has been some controversy about absorption rate, which is how much of a product the body actually takes in versus what simply passes through unprocessed. In the past, liquids did have a better absorption rate than pills, but with today’s technology, high quality pills have closed the gap in absorption rates.
Rather than going by whether a formula is in liquid or pill form, consumers are advised to look for high quality formulations regardless of form. The diet drops that in our opinion is head, shoulders ..and midriff above the competition is Activ8 X
Although some sites claim Beach Body Drops contains 21 ingredients, the following are the only ones listed: Green Tea, Chromium, African Mango, Beta alanine, Tyrosine and Ginseng.
Green tea has been shown in some clinical studies to aid weight loss, and it is now ubiquitous among weight loss products. Chromium is an essential trace element purported to enhance athletic performance and energy, but these claims have not been proven.
African Mango is increasingly popular in supplements because it may affect fat cells by blocking their growth and increasing their breakdown. The research on this is only in the beginning stages though.
Beta alanine is a non-essential amino acid, meaning the body produces it naturally. It has shown promise for increasing physical performance and delaying muscle fatigue, particularly among the elderly.
Tyrosine, also seen as L-Tyrosine is an amino acid, which like all amino acids is a protein building block. It has not been shown to assist in weight loss.
Ginseng is a plant that comes in multiple distinct varieties. It has been used for thousands of years as a natural remedy for multiple conditions. It is unclear what variety of ginseng is contained in this product.
Any Side Effects
Always consult your healthcare professional before starting any dietary supplement. Pregnant or nursing women should not take this product; nor should children under the age of 18.
Additionally, people managing pre-existing or chronic conditions should make sure to discuss this product with their healthcare provider before starting it. The ingredients in this product may worsen certain conditions or interact with medication used to treat certain conditions. What follows is an example and should not be considered a complete list of side effects or interactions:
Ginseng interactions depend on the type of ginseng used, which is not disclosed with this product.
Bottom Line… Is It Recommended
Short answer: No.
Any product that cannot or will not maintain an active, informative and transparent website should be eyed with suspicion by potential consumers. Furthermore, forcing consumers to rely on second and third party information is potentially dangerous, because they are following the word or recommendation of someone other than the manufacturer.
Specifically, this product contains some ingredients that have been shown to aid in weight loss, but it is unclear how much of each a user will consumer per dose. Dosing itself is another issue, as one second party site explained that dosing was based on a mathematical formulation involving a three step criteria, multiplication, tracking calories and water consumption and sticking to only recommended food choices. Complicated stuff for the average consumer.
As mentioned above we rate Activ8 X as the best formula in the diet drops category. Activ8 X includes the excellent AVX diet plan (a 200 page diet guide) given away free with each order.
Activ8 X is around £50 for a months supply which could be considered a tad expensive – but considering its success rate it could almost be classed as a required purchase.