Vysera-CLS is a weight loss pill claimed to be made using groundbreaking new research. It’s made to reshape the entire body through a reduction of waist, thigh, buttock, and hip size.
It claims to do this by reducing both blood sugar and hunger. This is meant to lead to a drop in weight in about 30 days. The company does mention that the only catch to all these benefits is the high cost. They claim that the added positive of Vysera-CLS is that it’s made to work even if you eat more than 2,000 calories a day. Are any of these claims true? What can Vysera-CLS do, and what do customers have to say? This thorough review has all the important details you need to know.
|Niacinamide, Vitamin B3 280%||Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium 4%||Chromium, Chromium Picolinate 42%||Phaseolus Compressus Extract||Cacao Seed Extract|
|Milk Thistle Extract||Chlorella Algae Powder||Shali Powder||Schizonepeta Powder||Klamath Blue-Green Algae Powder|
|Trimethylxanthine||Cayenne Powder||Clutch Tree Extract||Velvet Bean Extract||Magnolia Officinalis Powder|
|Panax Ginseng Extract||Passionflower Powder||Lemon Balm Powder||Jujube Extract||Chinese Skullcap Powder|
|Poria Cocos Powder||Microcrystalline Cellulose||Gelatin||Magnesium Stearate||Silicon Dioxide|
|Titanium Dioxide||Turmeric||FD&C Yellow #5||FD&C Blue #1||FD&C Yellow #6|
Niacinamide: A form of vitamin B3 providing the mineral niacin. It does not produce the same cholesterol lowering effects that niacin rich foods have. This brand provides 280% in one serving; this high amount can potentially lead to side effects:
Cacao Seed Extract: Used to make chocolate, it contains both caffeine and the stimulant theobromine. It’s used to increase blood flow, widen blood vessels, and prevent increases in insulin. It can produce unwanted side effects including:
Chlorella Algae Powder: Algae found in fresh water that has vitamins and minerals. Certain people can have serious allergic reactions, and it’s only useful when it’s cracked wall chlorella. It’s unknown if this version is cracked wall. Side effects are common in the first week and they can include:
Web MD adds it:
“could increase the symptoms of autoimmune diseases.”
Klamath Blue Green Algae Powder: Strain of algae taken from the Klamath River. It has both protein and iron. According to Web MD, it needs to be specially treated to get rid of the:
“liver-damaging substances called microcystins, toxic metals, and harmful bacteria”
Trymethylxanthine: Pure caffeine which is a common stimulant added to increase mental focus and metabolism. It’s included into a proprietary blend, so it’s unknown how much of it is inside. Caffeine can cause numerous side effects including:
Clutch Tree Extract: Used as a medicine to kill bacteria and reduce inflammation. It’s not well studied and according to Web MD, it’s unknown to be safe in:
“larger amounts that are used as medicine”
When it’s unknown added in supplement form how much would be a safe limit.
Velvet Bean: Contains amounts of serotonin, this bean is known to cause extreme itchiness when touched. It’s recognized that 5 grams a day are useful; this brand has much less since it’s added in a proprietary blend containing 115 mg of ingredients.
Magnolia Oficinales Powder: Plant used to reduce anxiety and increase serotonin. It’s only been tested for short term periods and according to Web MD, studies longer than 6 weeks haven’t been performed. Possible side effects have included:
Lemon Balm: Plant used to promote a calming effect. Further long term studies are needed to test whether or not it’s safe. Possible side effects can include:
Chinese Skullcap: Plant used to reduce inflammation and tumor cell growth. It has been shown to potentially lead to side effects:
Passionflower: Sometimes brewed as a tea, this is used to reduce muscle cramps and to produce calming effects. Web MD adds that large amounts can be:
It’s been shown to produce side effects such as:
Poria Cocos Powder: Also known as a fungus, poria mushrooms are used to reduce inflammation and cholesterol. According to Web MD it:
“hasn’t been well researched by scientists.”
It’s unknown if it’s effective or safe due to a lack of research.
Though the company mentions they have groundbreaking research, they fail to cite their sources. Many of these ingredients haven’t been fully tested for either long term or even short term benefits.
Ingredients like Caffeine and Cocoa Powder need to be added in specific amounts in order to avoid side effects. It’s unknown how much of each is added in this blend.
Clutch Tree and Poria Cocos lacks much research, and the other ingredients are potentially dangerous in the long term or in large amounts.
The company mentions that there’s a problem with this brand:
“what’s the catch with Vysera? The price”
Including shipping and handling one month supply sells for $105.95. This means at the daily recommended serving of 2 pills a day a 60 capsule amount costs:
$105.95/30= $3.53 for a daily serving.
This is without any clinical studies or testimonials offered. Many of these ingredients haven’t been studied enough, or they’re known to cause side effects. There are also unlisted amounts of the stimulants caffeine and cacao powder.
Nowhere on the official website are there any clinical studies or customer testimonials. They make very exact claims such as being able to:
“reshape your entire body”
“backed by serious clinical research”
There’s no explanation for what ingredient they’re talking about, and its unknown what kind of benefit was shown.
They also use tricky wordplay by not directly claiming, but suggesting that it can reshape your body in 30 days. The front page of the website says:
“A pill that can reshape your entire body in 30 days?”
This allows them to appear to make claims while instead tricking the audience.
They also mention:
“the compound did this with 2,000 to 2,200 calories a day”
Still, no proof is provided to show whether or not this is truthful.
3 different kinds of food coloring are added to make the pill appear both blue and yellow. There’s no nutritional value to these ingredients and unfortunately, some studies show they can lead to side effects.
According to Live Strong.com Yellow # 5 can lead to:
“blurred vision, migraines, fatigue and anxiety.”
Yellow # 5 and Yellow # 6 have been studied by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. According to them, these food colorings have:
“a human and animal carcinogen”
This same group has tried to ban these additives since they’ve also been linked to hyperactivity. Food colorings have been banned in past due to carcinogenic effects.
The company is Basic Research, LLC, they can be found below:
Phone Number: (800) 913-8415
Address: 5742 Harold Gatty Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116
Information on this group is difficult to find since their official website does not list an address. After looking at their terms and conditions it’s showed that they allow returns to the above address. This linked back to the Basic Research LLC group, and not Bremenn Clinical which is the claimed company.
A class action lawsuit was filed against the company for their role in lying about the health benefits of their supplements.
This might be why no information exists about Bremenn Clinical, but there is lots of information about Basic Research, of which the same address is shared.
Reviews have been extremely negative with hundreds of people complaining about both side effects and a lack of weight loss:
“I have gained 2 pounds”
“raising my blood pressure too much”
“not worth the cost”
“NO WEIGHT LOSS”
There are several angry customers reporting an increase of side effects and a lack of weight loss benefits. People add that they included diet and exercise and the recommended calorie counting of just 2,000 a day, still, no reports of significant weight loss were reported.
Vysera-CLS has been shown to provide the following:
Vysera-CLS is largely criticized by customers, and there’s no proof provided by the company to show whether it’s safe or effective.
The majority of customers have complained of both gaining weight and of experiencing difficult side effects. Furthermore, many of the additives have been shown to be potentially unsafe.
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