Xyngular is an interesting concept of a program of weight-loss products offered in kits. Xyngular requires you to purchase supplements and meal-replacement shakes as part of a more complex package. The consumer must use these supplements throughout the day, according to recommendations.
The research we conducted on Xyngular resulted in some interesting findings. Our review below includes in-depth views on clinical research, core ingredients, potential side effects, warnings and recommendations, and customer service.
The company behind this weight-loss program has been in business for decades – quite a long time. According to them, this package is the result of many years of research and development and includes “everything that is positive about weight-loss supplements.”
Xyngular contains the following ingredients: Xyngular Super Fruit Global Blend: Fruit juice crystals, Apple concentrate, Grape skin extract, Blueberry, Blackberry, Acai berry, Goji berry, Noni, Green Tea, Seabuckthorn, White Tea, Grape seed extract, Pear juice, Cranberry extract, Raspberry seed extract, Tart cherry extract, Wild bilberry extract, Strawberry extract, and Sugar plum powder.
Xyng Fuel 4 Life: Vitamin B6, Calcium, Magnesium, Chromium, Jet black cocoa, Geranium flower, Barley grass, Phenylethlamine HCL, Kelp, and Vanadium.
Accelerate: Vitamin B12, Calcium, Chromium, Green tea extract, Guarana extract, Oolong tea, Cayenne pepper, and Kola nut extract.
Flush: Organic seena leaf powder, Organic psyllium husk powder, Organic cinnamon powder, Organic fenugreek powder, Organic clove powder, Organic garlic powder, Organic aloe vera powder, Organic ginger root, Organic dandelion root powder, and Organic slippery elm powder.
Lean: Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Vitamin H, Vitamin K, Folic acid, Calcium, Chromium, Iodine, Manganese, Magnesium, Molybdenum, Selenium, Zinc, Boron, Bromelain, Lecithin, and Papain.
Cheat: Konnyaku powder and Cellulose.
Xyngular’s full line of products includes: Super Fruit Global Blend Crystals (commonly known as Xypstix), Xyng Fuel 4 Life, Accelerate, Flush, Lean, and Cheat.
Super Fruit Global Blend Crystals consists of single serving packets designed to be mixed with a bottle of water to give you an extra nutritional boost. Xyng Fuel 4 Life includes a mixture of vitamins and minerals with an herbal complex that is designed to reduce the sensation of hunger and help you do more than dieting alone. Accelerate is a vitamins, minerals and herbal extracts based tablet that supports fat burning. Flush is a detoxification capsule to help purify the body and to support the weight loss process. Lean is a meal replacement protein shake designed to help the body to lose weight. Cheat is a sprinkle powder that – according to the manufacturer – enables dieters to eat whatever they want without having to suffer the consequences of calories, fat, and carbs in the body.
Though the official website does not list any relevant clinical research to support the company’s claims, we did find some research into ingredients like green tea and caffeine, both very common ingredients in weight-loss supplements.
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- The program claims to address a full range of issues related to dieting and weight loss;
- The supplements contain a multitude of well-known weight-loss ingredients;
- Numerous reviews and testimonials online;
- The company claims the program is the result of many years of research and development.
- Xyngular weight-loss program is the most expensive weight-loss programs/supplements we reviewed on our website;
- There is no evidence of clinical research to support most of the claims;
- The official website was not available at the moment of this review;
- While Xyngular weight-loss program can be purchased from various retailers, many retailers are showing the supplements as “out of stock;”
- Many negative reviews and complaints.
The biggest issue we found with Xyngular was cost. Because the official website was not working when we reviewed the product, we couldn’t check the prices listed there, but distributors do share costs. You can spend more than $600 a month on one weight-loss kit. That is an outrageous price that most people won’t be able to afford. On top of that, our research team has discovered many complains regarding the refund policy and the lack of proper customer support.
Another problem we have is with the lack of information regarding how much of each ingredient actually the formula actually contains. If there’s not enough in the formula, or you can’t see how much is in the formula, there’s no sense in taking the product. Instead, find a proven supplement that uses proven amounts of the active ingredients with a balanced diet and exercise program.
The idea of a personal weight-loss kit containing several different supplements, each with its unique properties and benefits, it’s an interesting one. The fact that this kit is easy to carry around and use according to recommendations is another huge plus.