Xentrafen is a weight management supplement in capsule form.
It’s produced in America by NexGen Biolabs and the company claim it’s the most sophisticated weight loss product you can get without a prescription.
After taking a look at the formulation, we feel this is unlikely to be true and the fact that the product is no longer listed on the NexGen Biolabs website suggests it’s probably been discontinued.
- Powerful appetite suppression
- Extreme weight loss
- Enhanced energy
- Improved metabolic function
- Boosted mental focus
- Significant reductions in BMI
- Targets fat in stubborn areas
- Gets rid of cellulite
How Xentrafen is Designed to Work
NexGen claim Xentrafen can target body fat in specific areas and burn cellulite too. Targeting fat is specific areas would be incredibly hard to do, so this claim can probably be taken with a grain of salt.
Cellulite is caused by fatty deposits under the skin, so, if the formulation can deliver the promised fat burning effect, the second claim could hold true.
Xentrafen contains a lot of stimulants, so it should be capable of boosting energy levels and the presence of caffeine in the blend should be good for improving mental focus.
All stimulants have the ability to speed up the metabolism, and this causes the body to burn calories faster.
When the body grows short of calories it begins burning its stores of fat, so, in theory, Xentrafen should do what it’s supposed to do.
If the formulation can also suppress the appetite it will make it easier for users to eat less food and this will further increase the likelihood of a calorie shortage that necessitates the burning of fat.
Key Ingredients and Blend Potential
One Xentrafen capsule provides 337mg of a proprietary blend that contains undisclosed quantities of:
- 1,3,7 Trimethylxanthine: The name sounds very grand, but this is only caffeine. It has value both as an energy provider and as a fat burner, but if the dose is too high it will increase the likelihood of side effects.
- Synephrine: A stimulant that taken from a species of orange. It’s good for providing extra energy and has value as a fat burner too.
- Schizandrol: A stimulant taken from a Chinese plant. Schizandrol may boost energy levels, but it is unlikely to support weight loss and its value as a supplement ingredient requires further investigation.
- Yohimbine: A tree bark extract. Yohimbine is a stimulant that is often said to be a fat burner. It’s also believed to be good for protecting muscle tissue from diet-related wastage.
- NN-Dimethyltyramine: This ingredient is usually called hordenine. It’s alleged to be capable of boosting energy levels and burning body fat, but it’s ability to do these things is far from proven. Further research is required into its potential as a weight loss aid and the nature of side effects its use is likely to entail.
- 5-Hydroxytryptophan: An ingredient that can be derived from the leaves of an African plant called Griffonia simplicifolia. 5-Hydroxytryptophan appears to have the ability to boost serotonin production and the knock on effect of this is hunger reduction.
Xentrafen Customer Comments
Some average customer comments read:
Xentrafen Side Effects
Some people who have used this product state it made them feel ill. This is probably not that surprising bearing in mind how many stimulants the formulation contains. Anyone who is thinking of using Xentrafen to help manage their weight would be wise to discuss the matter with a doctor first.
Where to Buy Xentrafen
It used to possible to buy Xentrafen directly from the manufacturer’s website, but this is no longer the case. This suggests the product has probably been discontinued. However, at the time of this review, it was still possible to purchase Xentrafen from Walmart at a cost of $23.99 per 60-capsule pot.
Xentrafen does not have a money back guarantee.
Even though the inclusion rates are not provided, all of the ingredients used in Xentrafen are stimulants, so it pretty much certain that the product will be capable of helping people to lose weight.
A healthy diet and some regular exercise will be required, but this diet pill should be capable of doing all the things it’s supposed to do. The problem is the way it’s designed to do it.
Stimulants are not the only way to go. In fact they are probably the worst route to take because some people do not tolerate stimulants well and even those who do are likely to experience side effects when a lot of different stimulants are mixed together.
A-Laceys Reset would have been a better alternative to yohimbe. Some of the other stimulants could have been replaced with green tea or garcinia cambogia. This would have made for a superior product and less side effects.
However, further speculation is useless because the product appears to have been discontinued and, if it has, maybe NexGen know where they went wrong and will produce a superior product at a later date.