Accelis Uses

Accelis is a supplement that is marketed for weight loss. However, none of the herbal ingredients in it have been proven to cause weight loss. According to the Accelis Web site, this diet pill helps muscle cells absorb sugar from the blood, rather than storing sugar in fat cells. Accelis uses in children may be dangerous, so do not give it to your child without talking to your healthcare provider.

What Is Accelis Used For?

Accelis™ is a weight loss supplement. It contains a variety of herbal ingredients, none of which have been shown to cause weight loss in clinical studies (see Does Accelis Work? for more information). Accelis is not marketed for any other purpose, other than for weight loss.
 
With obesity rates on the rise (see Obesity Statistics), many people are eager to find "quick fixes" to help them lose weight. Although the ideal weight loss plan focuses on gradual weight loss by eating a healthy diet and increasing physical activity (see How to Lose Weight), many people have difficulty following such plans (or feel they need extra assistance in their efforts).
 
Before turning to drastic measures, such as weight loss surgery, many people consider using weight loss pills, especially if they have unsuccessfully tried to control their obesity (and exercise and diet have been ineffective).
 

How Does Accelis Work?

According to the Accelis Web site, Accelis works by helping the muscle cells absorb glucose (sugar) from the blood, rather than storing the glucose in fat cells. While early evidence suggests that corosolic acid (one of the active ingredients in Accelis) may help to lower blood sugar levels in mice, there is insufficient evidence that this occurs in humans.
 
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