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Does Xenadrine Really Work?

Xenadrine can help you lose weight, increase your metabolism and give you energy. This product contains ingredients that can assist you to trim down like Yerba Mate, Guarana, Damiana, Caffeine, Yohimbine, Gingko leaf, Mura puam bark, L-ornithine, inositol, saw palmetto, L-lysine HCL, L-histidine and GABA. In order to gain the results you want, you must use this product for forty five days. When using this product, make sure you follow a calorie reduced diet and you must exercise daily. Don’t take any kind of snacks after eating your dinner and make sure you drink at least eight to ten glasses of water every day. You should not take more than six tablets a day and never take in any tablet five hours before you sleep. Xenadrine will assist you to remove the flab around your body.

Xenadrine Reviews

Yes - Results Acheived - Even Though Through the Back Door
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Xenadrine – taken in its recommended doses – did not “burn” my fat or excess weight away.

Xendrine DID, however, drastically reduce my need and, often, even my remembering to eat during the morning and afternoon. Only at dinner would my appetite surface, and then only at a substantially reduced level versus pre-Xendarine treatment.

Consequently, over a period of about two months (at an exactly 6’0″ height)I went from 265 lbs. down to 217 lbs.

The only problem with the product involves its expense. We found ourselves in a budget crunch, and further purchases of Xenadrine had to go. My appetite returned, so did some of the lost weight. Resultingly, I have and must continue to fight against intense hunger (intense hunger arising from an attempt by my body to get back to its physiological Set Point Weight of 265 lbs.). On Xendarine, that type of hunger would not exist. So with some of the weight back, I fight the hunger to keep my weight in the 230 lb. range.

Fortunately, when it was in the budget, Xendadrine DID provide great help in moving me significantly below the 265 lbs. range. And even though I’ve bounced back up a dozen or so pounds from my 217 lbs. low… the 230 lbs. range certainly beats a 265 lbs. one!

High Rustler
May 12th, 2014
Northern Utah
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No - Disappointing
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Xenadrine does NOT work. Over the past several months I’ve bought numerous bottles; I’ve lost count. I’m very disappointed about the product. I’ve even gained weight. I’ve been weighing in on my family doctor’s scale.

Cynthia Westphal
December 14th, 2011
Muskegon, Michigan
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