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Herbex Attack the Fat Tablets

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Herbex Attack the Fat Tablets is a nonprescription weight loss supplement designed specifically to help dieters to lose more body fat. In fact, the official manufacturer’s website specifically states that these diet pills will “help you lose weight and will help break down fat, control appetite, burn calories, cleanse the body, reduce water weight, increase metabolism, act as a laxative and digestive aid.”

That is a very long list of specific claims. So many benefits to the same product sounds rather hard to believe. That said, just because something sounds too good to be true, it doesn’t mean that it actually is. It’s only fair to look more closely at the formula in order to better understand what it is truly proven to accomplish.

At the time of the writing of this review, the Herbex Attack the Fat Tablets ingredients were listed as: agathosma betulina pillans (buchu leaves), aloe ferox mill. Leaf juice, camellia sinensis kuntze (green tea) leaves, citrus bioflavonoids, and garcinia gummi-gutta (Malabar tamarind) fruit. These ingredients contain a total of 2,576 milligrams of caffeine, according to the official site.

It is unclear whether that caffeine total represents the total amount in the entire bottle, whether it is the daily dose or whether it is the total amount per individual dose. Hopefully, it represents the total amount of caffeine in each package of 40 pills. It would mean that each pill contains 64.4 milligrams of caffeine. Since a cup of coffee contains about 100 milligrams of caffeine, it makes sense that each pill would contain just over 60 milligrams.

The package directions recommend that users take 2 tablets twice per day. This would mean a caffeine hit of 128.8 milligrams of caffeine, twice per day. For many people, that is a perfectly safe amount, particularly if they are normally coffee or tea drinkers. However, people with stimulant sensitivities or who don’t usually consume caffeine may experience any of a number of unwanted symptoms. Sleeplessness could easily be a side effect as the directions recommend that one dose be taken in the morning and one in the evening. By taking it in the evening, the stimulant may still be active at bedtime.

This product is designed to be used over the long term. Once the weight loss goal is achieved, the directions change. From then on, weight maintenance is continued by taking one tablet twice per day. Unfortunately, not all the product’s ingredients have been proven safe to use beyond a certain number of months.

It’s highly recommended that anyone thinking about taking Herbex Attack the Fat Tablets should first seek a doctor’s advice as it is not necessarily safe or appropriate for everyone.

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