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Nighttime fat burner pills are a very attractive sounding proposition – who wouldn’t want to pop a couple of pills before bed and wake up leaner? These types of effects are exactly what Abrexin promises consumers. In this Abrexin review, we’re taking an in-depth look into what makes this product tick and whether it actually has the ability to deliver users weight loss results.

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What Is Abrexin?

Abrexin is a self-proclaimed weight loss pill produced by a Canadian company operating under the same name. Currently, Abrexin are not registered on the Better Business Bureau so we cannot offer insight into their trading history or reputation with customers.

This product is available directly from the official manufacturers website (www.abrexin.com). We have also seen it in stock on Amazon.

One bottle of Abrexin costs $49.99, contains 30 tablets and will last consumers for approximately one month.

This product is targeted towards those who are looking to lose weight. Rather than being like a conventional diet pill that is taken during the day, Abrexin is a product designed to be taken at night. Another unique feature to Abrexin is its reasonably stripped-down formula; this product only uses two ingredients – Lactoferrin and Bioperine.

Consumers are told that this product can help burn body fat while they’re sleeping, caused by a “thermogenic effect”.

Does Abrexin Work?

Based on our research into this product, we believe that it may be useful for the purposes of weight loss, but only if used in the correct manner.

Firstly, it’s important to stress that Abrexin is by no means a miracle slimming pill that will help you easily shed off those excess pounds without any effort; Abrexin’s formula doesn’t contain any ingredients that directly and independently burn body fat.

The main ingredient powering this product is a protein named Lactoferrin. Certain studies have shown that Lactoferrin can help shrink fat cells over a 16 week period of regular usage, when used in the context of a calorie-restricted diet. Now that’s all well and good, but the makers of Abrexin make no mention of exactly how much fat loss users can expect, nor do they specifically state that users must stick to a calorie-restricted diet.

Abrexin can potentially help you lose weight, but when you take into consideration it must be used over 16 weeks, does not provide any metabolism boosting effects, energy boosting effects or appetite suppression effects we do not believe it will produce miracle-like effects as implied on the website.

Interestingly, there are no thermogenic ingredients inside Abrexin, so we are somewhat confused by their claims the product “induces thermogenic effects”.

The bottom line is, if you’re planning on using Abrexin for the purposes of weight loss, you’ll be in it for the long haul. If you have the willpower to put yourself on a low calorie diet and exercise regularly for 16 weeks, using Abrexin may help you enhance your weight loss results.

The Pros & Cons Of Abrexin

Below we’ve listed the things we like and dislike about these weight loss pills:

The Pros

  • May be useful for weight loss if used in the context of a calorie-restricted diet.
  • Contains Lactoferrin which has supporting clinical studies showing it can help shrink fat cells.

The Cons

  • Product doesn’t contain any ingredients that directly and independently “burn fat”.
  • Unlikely to cause appetite suppressing effects.
  • Must be used for a period of 16 weeks for best results (according to clinical studies).
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What Are The Abrexin Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product via the official website:

One Tablet Contains: Lactoferrin 300mg and Bioperine 5mg.

Is Abrexin Suitable For Everyone?

This product is not suitable for vegetarians. It may also not be suitable for those who suffer from IBS or acid reflux. Abrexin should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or persons under the age of 18.

Is Abrexin Safe?

This product does not contain any banned or dangerous ingredients. We do not believe it poses any risk to consumers provided the directions are followed correctly and daily serving amounts are not exceeded.

What Are The Abrexin Side Effects?

Based on the ingredients, we have compiled the following list of potential side effects:

  • Diarrhea
  • Skin rash
  • Fatigue
  • Chills
  • Constipation [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be typical.

Are There Any Abrexin Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Abrexin testimonials via Amazon:

Is great I loss 10 pounds and don’t have a wish to eat to much only eat when I feel to hunrgy is amazing product I love it

This has done little to nothing for me. If anything I get hungrier during the night and get up to have peanut butter and milk. But as far as any benefits? None realized 1 month in. I wouldn’t waste my money on this one. I had been doing great before taking this but noticed a backslide so be careful.

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Our Final Verdict On Abrexin

To conclude our Abrexin review, we believe that this product has its positives and negatives. You can likely see decent weight loss results from this product provided you use it for 16 weeks and stick to a low calorie diet plan (eating no more than 1500 calories per day).

Remember that you will certainly not see miracle-like fat loss results from Abrexin. It’s easy to buy into the hype of these types of products, however the science doesn’t lie.

Marina Ma, MD
Marina Ma, MD
Staff Writer & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Marina has an MD from U-M and is a resident writer and fact checker at DietProbe.
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