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Benetol contains chicory and cinnamon, which the makers of the supplement say reduces the body's need for sweets and can help lower a person's appetite. It has some caffeine and citrus, which can push the body's metabolic processes faster and therefore lead to weight loss. Benetol has Gymnema sylvestre, which the makers claim can metabolize fats faster.
Benetol is commercially available and marketed as a weight loss product under the
name Banital. However, there are no details provided on the manufacturer of the product.
Benetol contains a combination of many different herbs, such as banana leaf, Gymnema
sylvestre, citrus, and phaseolamin. It also has caffeine, chicory, cinnamon, lemon,
ginger, licorice, and tangerine peel. Other active ingredients include extracts from
green tea leaf and peppermint leaf. Finally, Benetol has chitosan, glucomannan, and
Benetol's many components have figured in some clinical studies on weight loss, but none of them have been shown to particularly lead to weight loss. There are also some side effects to taking Benetol, as reported by users. These include headaches, stomach aches, and restlessness. Moreover, there are still no studies that conclusively say that the combination of herbs in Benetol is safe and effective. One active ingredient, citrus, has been shown to have serious side effects when it is used in conjunction with caffeine. These side effects might include high blood pressure, dizziness, fainting, and in extreme cases, heart failure or a stroke.
A bottle of the Banital Quick 7 Cleanse, which is enough for 30 days, retails for around $49.95. Online pharmacies and retailers sell Banital. It can be found on a variety of websites.
In theory, Benetol should provide people with more energy and nutrients. That is,
Benetol should push digestion to completion, providing a person with more usable
energy that can go into exercise, working out, or just doing everyday tasks that
can lead to calorie burning and fat loss. Moreover, Benetol should allow the body,
in theory, to absorb more nutrients from food and therefore be healthier. Continued
There are already several weight loss supplements available on the market, and many of them offer up promises of extreme weight loss through a variety of chemical reactions. There are supplements that suppress appetite, or add to the body's energy stores in order to initiate exercise, or even make exercise more efficient at burning off excess fats. One weight loss supplement is Benetol, also known as Banital. What is Benetol, and is it safe?
Benetol is a weight loss supplement that allows the body to completely and quickly metabolize carbohydrates. The supplement blocks the digestion of fat and regulates the levels of sugar in the blood. It can also reduce the appetite and can help the body's digestive system function better.
Benetol, however, is not a food or meal replacement, and is simply a supplement that must be used in conjunction with exercise and proper nutrition. That is, it must be part of regular workouts and a balanced diet. It should also be taken on a full stomach, since it works through the digestive system.
Reviews of Benetol have been mixed but tend toward indifference. Some reviewers claim that they felt more energetic and that their exercise felt more fulfilling. However, others did not notice any changes, either in their metabolic speed or energy stores. Some customers have even complained about poor customer service and not being allowed to get their money back. Some customers have even reviewed how Benetol, they think, is a scam that has caused them stomach pains and bladder issues.