Side Effects of Capsiplex Weight Loss Supplement Explained

Capsiplex is a weight loss supplement naturally made from black pepper extract, caffeine, niacin, and mainly the extract from extra hot chilli peppers. It is widely used by people from your next-door neighbor to Hollywood stars. These capsules are popular since it is not obligatory to perform regular weight-loss rituals such as controlling your diet or exercising to lose excessive fat and weight.

Substances such as capsaicin that are found in peppers as well as caffeine and niacin (vitamin B3) are effective to speed up body metabolism. Body metabolism is the key to weight loss success because it turns carbohydrates and excessive fat into heat and energy. An improved or faster metabolism will burn more body fat. The result is that you will achieve weight loss and be in better shape.

To lose weight, you need to take one capsule of the supplement per day 30-60 minutes before exercising. Indeed you can lose weight by merely taking the supplement regularly, without exercising. However exercise is always beneficial for an overall healthier body. The same logic also applies for foods high in fat, carbohydrates, and calories. If you keep eating these unhealthy foods, you will quickly regain lost weight as soon as you stop taking these supplements.

Avoid taking the supplement in the late afternoon or evening. As Capsiplex works by boosting your metabolism, you may experience some insomnia. It is not recommended to take more of the supplement than is directed. Consuming excessive Capsiplex may lead to dangerous condition of extremely rapid weight loss which is bad for your health. Your body might be shocked if it cannot handle such rapid changes.

Because one capsule of Capsiplex contains capsaicin equal to what is found in 10 grams of red hot chili pepper, you might wonder about its oral and gastric effects. In fact, you don’t need to worry since each capsule is covered with pH sensitive coating. After consumption, the capsicum extract will be released inside your intestines instead of your stomach. Hence, you will not feel any discomfort associated with the highly irritating hotness of red hot peppers. Even so, Capsiplex still has the known characteristics of capsicum. You should not consume these if you are allergic to chili peppers or powders.

So far, there are no reports of any severe effects of the supplement when it is taken as suggested. Capsaicin has a long history in herbal medicine even as a relief for stomach ulcers. Still, like any medicine or supplement, certain conditions might cause side effects. Therefore, if you are a diabetic, have cardiovascular disease, are pregnant or lactating, have high blood pressure, or use blood-thinning drugs, you should consult your doctor before consuming these weight loss capsules.

Source by Eriz Cremonti

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