Akavar uses are primarily concerned with weight loss. The manufacturer claims that you can "eat all you want and still lose weight." However, Akavar has not been shown to be safe or effective for weight loss. Caffeine is among the active ingredients, and it may help suppress the appetite and increase metabolism. Akavar uses in children are not advised.
Akavar Uses: An OverviewAkavar™-20/50 is a supplement that supposedly causes weight loss without dieting or exercising. The manufacturers of Akavar claim that you can "eat all you want and still lose weight."
With obesity on the rise (see Obesity Statistics), many people are searching for "quick fixes" for weight loss. Although the ideal weight loss plans focus 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.
It is important to understand that Akavar has not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and it has not been shown to be either safe or effective (see Is Akavar Safe? and Does Akavar Work? for more information).