Diet Rx ReviewDiet Rx is an appetite suppressant that comes from Advanced Physicians Formulas and was developed by Dr. Rya Sahelian MD, who is a natural medicine expert and a bestselling author.

Diet Rx was designed to help reduce appetite, maintain healthy cholesterol and lipid levels, and maintain healthy blood sugar levels. It was also formulated for the purpose of balancing mood, boosting the body’s antioxidant level, improving mental concentration, enhancing the body’s ability to burn fat and improving metabolism.

When this review was created, Diet Rx was composed of a Diet Rx Proprietary Blend: Ginger root (zingiber officinalis), green tea extract (camellia sinensis, 50% polyphenols), spirulina (spirulina platensis), hoodia gordonii 20:1 extract, cinnamom root (cinnamomum cassia), apple cider vinegar, apple pectin, garcinia cambogia (60% hydroxycitric acid), glucomannan konjac 4:1 extract, grapefruit extract (citrus paradise) acetyl-l-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, banaba extract, 5-HTP, choline bitartrate, inositol, carnitine (HCI), inulin, pomegranate extract (40% ellagic acid), bitter melon extract (momordica charantia), psyllium husk, coleus forskohlii (10% forskohlin), fenugreek seed extract (trigonella foenum), and guggul extract (10 guggulsterones).

Although many of the ingredients in this formula have been studied to determine their effects on health and weight loss, with the exception of green tea, none of the other ingredients in this formula have ever been clinically proven to effectively aid in weight loss. Moreover, even though green tea has been found to assist with metabolism boosting and improving fat burning when combined with physical activity, there isn’t enough green tea in this product to be of any real benefit.

The fact that Diet Rx contains so many ingredients is concerning. The reason is that with so many substances, it is unlikely that there is sufficient amounts of any for them to be beneficial. Moreover, the greater the number of ingredients, the greater potential for side effects.

In addition, the “Rx” attached to the name of this dietary supplement and the fact that it is marketed as being “Doctor Formulated” and “effective all natural safe”, also calls the integrity of the manufacturer into question. Using a term like “Rx” and stating that a doctor developed the formula misleads consumers into thinking that this dietary supplement is effective, safe and can be trusted to work. Meanwhile, the reality is that Diet Rx is an unproven product that is not guaranteed to be of any benefit or even safe.

Although Diet Rx is without stimulants, it is not without the risk of side effects. It still contains ingredients such as Garcinia Cambogia, which has been known to cause digestive upset, nausea, headaches, etc.

Prior to taking Diet Rx, it is important for you to speak with your actual doctor instead of blindly trusting an unproven formula created by as so-called “natural medicine expert.”