eAC 1234 is an over the counter diet pill that has been designed to help a dieter to reduce his or her appetite. This is one of several products developed and sold by Creative Bioscience. It is geared toward dieters who are attempting to adhere to a weight loss strategy based on smaller portion size, but who are struggling with hunger. The goal is to shrink the user’s appetite to make it simpler to stick to that diet strategy and, therefore, lose weight. That said, this product is not designed to cause weight to come off on its own. It is a companion product for a reduced calorie diet.
That said, the outcome can only be achieved if the product lives up to its claims. Therefore, it is highly recommended that this product – and its ingredients – be discussed with a doctor before starting to take it. After all, appetite suppression is far from an uncommon claim in the weight loss pill industry, so it is important to know you are choosing a product that is both effective and safe.
Creative Bioscience has an official website with a page dedicated to eAC 1234. That page was used as a primary source for this review in order to determine the precise claims and ingredients as stated by the manufacturer. This page provided not only the complete list of ingredients, but also an explanation as to why each substance was chosen for the formulation. Unfortunately, while the description was highly user friendly and helpful, it did not cite any reputable scientific or medical studies to back up its claims.
At the time this review was written, the official page for eAC 1234 listed the ingredients as: vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, chromium picolinate, caralluma fimbriata, caffeine anhydrous, green tree extract, ginger root, reishi mushroom, citrus aurantium, guarana seed extract, a probiotic blend and cascara sagrada.
It is clear that a large segment of the effects produced by this product are based on the action of stimulants. There are a large number of powerful stimulants in this formula, including caffeine anhydrous, green tea extract, citrus aurantium and guarana seed extract. This is likely to cause side effects among users who are sensitive to stimulants, though it is impossible to tell how great the risk may be as the quantities of the stimulants are not listed.
Moreover, the combination of citrus aurantium and the caffeine found in three of the products ingredients is also troubling as the FDA has cautioned dieters against the use of that combination. It increases the risk of stroke and heart attack.