The company Xyngular claims that they have the best products on the market for detoxification and weight loss.
We are going to take a closer look at them and see if their products do what they claim they will.
Our main focus while reviewing Xyngular products will be the ingredients, side effects, and of course the results if any that people are getting.
We will also take a look at some clinical research regarding the ingredients and the science behind their products. We also took into consideration the feedback from other people we knew both personally and met online.
And finally…the price of the Xyngular detox and weight loss kit (which some say it is a little overpriced).
How Does Xyngular Work?
Xyngular is a sports nutrition company providing weight loss products which you can buy individually or in a full weight loss program that consists of the products AND a customized diet plan.
One of the kits that we are going to take a closer look at is the Ignite Kit, which is basically made of detox drink which says that it removes toxins from the body. The main thing that concerns us here, however, is the way that you lose weight. Basically you’re starving yourself because the diet plan shows that you only can eat 3 meals during the 8-day program. It is called the “eating days” on which you can eat only one meal that has from 500 to 600 calories.
One other thing is you have to use the product “Flush” which is basically a bunch of laxatives that make you flush your system and essentially you lose some weight.
There are two products:
- one of them is called “Cheat” which claims that it prevents the body from absorbing fat
- and the other product is the Xyng pill that has an ingredient called geranium root which is a DMAA (a substance of questionable safety).