Does Accelis Work?
Although the Accelis Web site claims that a study has been done on the effectiveness of the weight loss pill, the name of this study or where or when (or even if) it was published was not provided. Unless a study is published, it cannot be considered valid or reliable. Adequate research is necessary to confirm that Accelis is effective and safe for weight loss.
Does Accelis Work?Accelis™ is a weight loss pill that contains a variety of active ingredients, including:
- Lagerstroemia speciosa leaf extract (which contains corosolic acid)
- Caffeine-free green tea extract
- Caffeine-free oolong tea extract
- Caffeine-free white tea extract
- Chamomile extract
- Passionflower extract
- Soy phospholipids.
Neither the specific Accelis formulation nor any of the active ingredients in Accelis have been shown to be effective for weight loss.
Accelis ResearchAccelis has never been studied. The Web site for Accelis provides information about a study that suggests corosolic acid (one of the active ingredients in Accelis) is effective for weight loss. However, the name of this study or where or when (or even if) it was published was not provided. A search of published studies did not reveal any study of corosolic acid for weight loss. Thus, it appears that this corosolic acid study was never published. Unless a study is published, it cannot be considered valid or reliable (because no one can critically evaluate it).
The advertising for Accelis relies heavily on the testimony of a resident physician (a physician still in training). It is important to note that this resident physician was remunerated (paid) for his testimony.