Trulene RX Reviews
Right from the start, Trulene RX sounds like most other diet pills we’re currently familiar with. It focuses on being the “ultimate fat burner”, and it brags about studies, even naming one of its very own, or so they say. Trulene RX cites a study which they basically tell you was conducted using this supplement. There’s really no way to mistake it. If that is the case, it would certainly be a first for a natural supplement, and you would think that would automatically put them on the FDA approved list. Judging by the fact that Alli is still considered the only FDA approved over the counter diet pill, we have a harder time believing this.
What is the Truth About Trulene RX?
Despite some of our doubts, Trulene RX does use some ingredients that are legitimately effective. It uses ingredients such as Dicaffeine malate, caffeine anhydrous, and theobromine, all of which have been used in the past to create a thermogenic fat burning effect. All of these work based on the fact that they have a certain amount of caffeine, meaning that you should be careful if you are especially sensitive to caffeine, but it has some potential, and that’s not the only weight loss formula that Trulene RX has.
In addition to all of this, Trulene RX also has natural appetite suppressants such as phenylethylamine, which is a natural chocolate derivative and something that has been called the “love drug” or the “happy drug” found in chocolate. It suppresses appetite and makes you feel good at the same time! Combined with synephrine (which also burns fat), you get an appetite suppressant that some have compared to prescription Phentermine.
What is Not True About Trulene RX
There is a study, we’re not disputing that fact. Whether Trulene RX is insinuating or stating that study to be about their product is another story though. The study, and we did look it up, covers a thermogenic supplement which significantly improves the effects of diet and exercise in all of the areas that Trulene RX indicates, which sounds great.
The only problem is that the study never names the “thermogenic diet supplement” used. We suspect that the study refers to a combination of a few ingredients rather than one specific pill, because we’re relatively sure any company involved would want their name published. It’s better for sales.
What Does This Mean for Trulene RX?
We don’t doubt that Trulene RX might use the formula used in this study or at least something similar to it. They would naturally have to contact the scientists who conducted the study, considering the fact that the study does not even detail the ingredients it did use. However, even if that turns out not to be true, Trulene RX does have clinically proven weight loss ingredients that can be combined to promote clinically proven weight loss results.