Are you in the market for a diet pill? Do you want a product that can help you achieve your weight loss goals?
TriAdalean just might be able to help. Supposedly, this diet pill can boost metabolism and raise your energy levels. With these results, you would be able to exercise more and lose weight faster.
The makers of TriAdalean say it works by stimulating your body’s thermogenic processes, which increases the number of calories you burn each day. Because of this, they promise that TriAdalean can actually burn fat; not just strip your body of excess water weight.
Can TriAdalean really do it all? Will its results match up to those of the top diet pill Abidexin?
The TriAdalean Formula
The primary ingredient in TriAdalean is caffeine, which has the ability to increase metabolism, suppress appetite, and increase focus and endurance. These effects could help you work out harder and for longer, and burn more calories.
TriAdalean also contains three types of Phenylethylamine (PEA), which is an all-natural extract that acts as both a powerful mood enhancer–helping you feel content and alert–and as an appetite suppressant.
Another one of TriAdalean’s ingredients is guarana, a natural source of caffeine. It should help increase your energy levels and your endurance, and speed up your metabolism.
Theobromine is a mild stimulant. It should boost your metabolism and give you additional energy. It also acts as a diuretic to remove excess water from your body and help cleanse it of toxins and impurities.
How Effective Will This Formula Be?
To be effective, a diet pill needs two things: proven ingredients and dose. At least three of the ingredients have been tested and proven to promote weight loss. But TriAdalean makers have combined them into a proprietary blend (945 mg), which doesn’t show individual doses. On the other hand, there is Abidexin–one of the most effective diet pills–which has 7 proven ingredients in proven doses.
When you take TriAdalean you may notice weight loss and reduced appetite, and you should definitely notice increased energy. However, ,b>I’m not completely sure that the weight you lose will only be fat. TriAdalean has three diuretics, which means you’re probably going to lose a lot of water weight when you use it.
TriAdalean Side Effects
All of the above ingredients are stimulants, which means that TriAdalean probably wouldn’t be a good diet pill for everyone. If you’re sensitive to caffeine or stimulants, you may experience jitteriness, anxiety, headaches, upset stomach, and increased heart rate and blood pressure.
Some people may be able to use this diet pill without problems; but with 945 mg of stimulants in each serving, TriAdalean is more likely to cause side effects than Abidexin, which only has 100 mg of stimulants per capsule.
The manufacturer suggests taking 2 capsules of TriAdalean, twice a day. I think this is probably too much. First of all, if you take that many capsules a day, a 60 capsule bottle of TriAdalean is only going to last for 2 weeks.
Second, taking 2 servings (4 capsules) will give you 1,940 mg a day (two serving of Abidexin only has 910 mg). This could cause side effects and dehydrate you, and it may not help you lose weight any faster.
I recommend taking no more than 2 capsules a day, one at a time. It would also be best if you started out taking 1 capsule a day for the first few days to give your body a chance to adjust.
TriAdalean is one of the cheaper diet pills on the market. You can get one bottle for about $25-$30. None of the sites that sell it offer a money back guarantee.
When you compare TriAdalean to Abidexin ($49) in terms of price, TriAdalean is the better choice. But TriAdalean really doesn’t compare to Abidexin in terms of safety, quality, or effectiveness. TriAdalean is basically a stimulant-laced diet pill. It could promote weight loss; but the weight you lose will probably from water, muscle, and fat. Chances of TriAdalean causing side effects are very high as well.
I recommend trying Abidexin instead. It has better ingredients, better quality, and it should help you lose fat; without having to experience nasty side effects.
If you’ve tried TriAdalean, I would like to hear your opinion of it. Did it work for you? Were there any side effects? Would you recommend it?