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Adicor Review – What Is It And What Does It Do

Adicor Review – What Is It And What Does It Do

Adicor Adicor is a dietary supplements produced in America by Katalyst Nutraceuticals. The company markets a number of other products, including detox formulations and joint-care pills.

Adicor is designed to accelerate weight loss, but the company fails to provide an adequate insight into how this will be achieved. The product description is just one sentence long and no links are provided to any evidence that supports the formulation’s alleged ability to speed up weight loss.

Katalyst Nutraceuticals appears to be a reputable company but, when it comes to laying it on the line about how their products work, they have a lot to learn.

Adicor Advertised Benefits

  • Improved Body Composition
  • Increased Metabolic Rate
  • Thermogenesis
  • Boosted Energy Levels
  • 8-Phase Formula

Key Ingredients

Three Adicor diet pills contain:

  • Zinc (2mg)
  • Chromium (100mcg)
  • Vitamin B12 (50mcg)

The rest of the ingredients are housed in the eight proprietary blends that are supposed to provide the eight weight loss phases. No inclusion rates are provided for individual ingredients and the eight phases are not explained.

Phase 1 Blend (635mg):

  • Caffeine anhydrous
  • Guarana (provides caffeine)
  • Green tea extract
  • Siberian ginseng
  • Vinpocetine
  • Codyceps Sinensis

Phase 2 Blend (425mg):

  • Hoodia gordonii
  • 5-HTP
  • Garcinia cambogia
  • St John’s Wort.

Phase 3 Blend (275mg):

  • Dandelion root
  • Uva ursi
  • Juniper berry
  • Buschu extract

Phase 4 Blend (235mg):

  • Synephrine
  • Citrus aurantium
  • Octopamine

Phase 5 Blend (225mg):

  • L-Tyrosine AKG
  • Kelp
  • Coleus forskohlii
  • Commiphora mukul
  • 3, 5 Diiodo L-Tyrosine

Phase 6 Blend (205mg):

  • Ginger root
  • Cayenne powder

Phase 7 Blend (200mg):

  • Magnolia bark
  • Phosphatidylserine

Phase 8 Blend (135mg):

  • L-taurine
  • Rhodelia rosea
  • Bioperine

Is Adicor Likely To Work

The eight blends contain a mishmash of ingredients that appear to have be tossed together without much thought about whether or not they share common abilities.

The first blend combines the proven thermogenic fat burning abilities of green tea with a species of fungus that (Codyceps Sinensis) that is unlikely to assist weight loss in any way. It also contains Siberian ginseng, which is good for the health, but is not generally considered a weight loss provider. The abilities of caffeine are good match for green tea though. It’s a thermogenic fat burner as well, and can also provide an energy boost; but vinpocetine is a man-made chemical that may have the potential to help people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, and it’s also credited with many other abilities. Assisting weight loss is not one of them.

What phase is the first blend designed to support? It is impossible to say, and the other blends contain an equally confusing combination of ingredients. The Phase 3 Blend is the only exception. All four inclusions (dandelion root, uva ursi, juniper berry, buschu extract) are diuretics, and their combined abilities may help people to lose weight, but any weight reduction will be due to peed away water, not burned fat, and the weight will return as soon as supplementation is stopped.

Recommended Usage – New users are advised to begin by taking one capsule each morning, followed by a second capsule four to six hours later. If no ill effects are experienced it is permissible to increase the dose up to a maximum of three capsules, taken two times per day.

Adicor Pricing & Availability

A bottle of Adicor costs around USD$ 90 from NutriShop Kuwait. The pills cannot be purchased from the manufacturer’s website and do not appear to be available from any other online stores.


Customers are not provided with a money back guarantee.

Customer Reviews & Testimonials

There are no customer reviews that we could find

Adicor Side Effects & Other Considerations

The manufacturer does not mention if side effects are likely to be an issue, but the formulation is unlikely to be suitable for pregnant or nursing mothers. People who have existing health issues, or are using medication, would be wise to seek the advice of a qualified medical professional before using Adicor or any other brand of weight loss product.

Weighing the Pros & Cons


  • Contains some good ingredients

  • Contains too many ingredients
  • Expensive product
  • No customer feedback
  • No guarantee


The Final Judgment

If you forget about the so-called “phases” and concentrate on the ingredients alone, the blend is not without potential because several of inclusions have the ability to help people to lose weight.

The problem is they have been blended with other ingredients that are unlikely to further the aim of the formulation as a whole. If the good ingredients are not overly diluted by the ones that have more disputable value, Adicor could help people to lose weight, but there is no customer feedback available to show that it does. Nor is there are guarantee and Adicor is an expensive product.

PhenQ reviewsOur recommended product, PhenQ, boasts a more focused blend of ingredients, customer reviews prove that it works, the price per bottle is a lot cheaper, and the manufacturer offers a money back guarantee. If Adicor could match it on all these levels it may be worth consideration, but it cannot, so we are going to continue to recommend PhenQ.

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