Vysera CLS Review, Does It Work, Positives and Negatives

vysera CLS diet pillVYSERA CLS is the latest in a long line of supplements to tout itself as a “miracle pill” for weight loss.  It goes so far as to compare itself to “eating a whole donut but only absorbing a fraction of the calories…”

It claims to help people lose weight while they maintain a diet of 2,000-2,200 calories per day! Any product that makes such claims is worth looking into.  What it is what it really does and if it’s worth all the hype are questions explored below.

The biggest issue we have with Vysera is it’s ‘preferred customer plan’ – until we hear otherwise we are assuming this is a dressed up autoship programme that consumer should avoid all costs with ‘costs’ being the appropriate word

Introduction

VYSERA CLS is a supplement pill licensed to Bremenn Clinical, U.S. a company closely associated with aesthetic skin-care products.

A check of Vysera CLS specifically returns a Vysera Biomedical Limited, out of Galway, Ireland which seems to be the company which licensed the product to Bremenn.

Although Vysera Biomedical Limited appears to have been established in 2005 and thus far shows a good consumer record, it doesn’t mean that the diet pill works.

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What Is VYSERA CLS and How Does It Work

Vysera CLS is a supplement in pill form.  Specifics are not given on the science behind how it works.  Instead, the promotional material is filled with catch phrases like “miracle pill”, “incredible compound”, and “amazing”.

There is also some scientific jargon thrown in like “randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial” which is supposed to increase consumer confidence, but the site does not go on to reveal who exactly conducted this trial, nor does it provide links to the published results, so the savvy consumer should be wary.

Key Ingredients

what are the Vysera IngredientsIngredients are not provided on the website; however a closer look at the packaging label pictured reveals the first three ingredients to be l-lysine hcl, l-arginine hcl, and Oxo-Proline (seen elsewhere as just oxoproline).

There are also two other ingredients listed, but they were not discernible even when the picture was enlarged.

The label says a serving size is 4 caplets, and there is 2.9g of the proprietary blend Vysera CLS per serving.  It does not detail how much of each ingredient is in each caplet or what percentage of the blend each ingredient holds.

However, according to United States Food and Drug Administration guidelines, ingredients need to be labelled in descending order of weight, so it is fair to assume these first three ingredients comprise the majority of this supplement.

L-lysine is an essential amino acid that is involved in building protein, calcium absorption, and enzyme, antibody and hormone production in the body.

L-arginine is an amino acid characterized in mammals as semi-essential or conditionally essential.  Essentiality depends on the age and development of the individual.  It is useful in cell division, bone and tissue repair and healing and ammonia removal.  Most people naturally produce sufficient amounts of L-arginine and do not require supplementation.

Oxo-Proline, also known as Pyroglutamic acid, is an amino acid derivative with little information available on what function it plays as a dietary supplement.

Interesting VYSERA CLS Fact

L-lysine, the main ingredient according to the label, is used to treat cold sores. (herpes simplex labialis). Before consumers think this might be an added benefit, they should know that the second ingredient, L-Arginine is not recommended for use by people who have herpes.

VYSERA CLS Media Focus

Media focus and success stories appear to be centred on a press-release distributed by Bremenn Clinical.

Any Side Effects

Nursing and pregnant women should never start any dietary plan or medication without first consulting their physician.  Without a more detailed description of the ingredients and amounts it is difficult to predict side effects for this compound.

Individually though, L-lysine is called possibly safe when taken orally at recommended dosages for up to a year, but it has been known to cause upset stomach and diarrhoea.  It is also suspect in at least one case of kidney disease, so users with kidney disease should check with their doctors.

L-arginine is also considered safe when taken orally at appropriate doses, but is known to cause abdominal pain, diarrhoea, bloating, gout, airway inflammation, blood abnormalities, worsening of asthma, allergies, and low blood pressure.

The side effects of Oxo-Proline, if any, could not be determined.

Of course, without knowing the exact amounts of each ingredient in the compound it is impossible to know what the pills provide in relation to the appropriate recommendations for the first two ingredients.

Bottom Line… Is It Recommended

Short answer:  No.  This product seems like a lot of hype with very little substance or science to back up its larger than life claims.  Additionally, the lack of independent testimonials or sources of success stories should be troubling to potential consumers.  One thing this product is open about though is the high price – $100 for a 30 day supply.

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Comments

Vysera CLS Review, Does It Work, Positives and Negatives — 16 Comments

  1. Um. It didn’t take but 5 minutes in a imaging program to get the next two ingredients.

    N-Acetyl l-cysteine
    l-glutamine

    Surprised no one thought to do that. Hope it helps.

  2. FYI-I found the ingredients listed on Ulta.com, as they have started to carry this product. Note that “Trimethylxanthine” listed under the ‘Engery/Focus/Mood Compent’ is a stimulant known as CAFFEINE. Many people with sensitivity to caffeine can not take a pill like this. Thought you’d want to update.
    I copied and pasted this for you…

    Ingredients.

    Vysterine: Vitamin B3 (as Niacinamide), Calcium (as Dicalcium Phosphate), Chromium (as Chromium Picolinate).

    Proprietary Weight Control Component: Phaseolus Compressus DC. (Bean), Extract Cacao (Theobroma Cacao) (Seed), Extract Milk Thistle (Seed), Extract Chlorella Algae (Chlorella Vulgaris) Powder, Shali (Oryza Sativa L.) (Seed) Powder, Schizonepeta (Aerial Parts) Powder, Klamath Blue-Green Algae (Aphanizomenon Hos-Aquae) Powder.

    Proprietary Energy/Focus/Mood Component: Trimethylxanthine, Cayenne (Fruit) Powder, Cutch Tree (Acacia Catechu) (Bark) Powder, Velvet Bean (Mucuna Pruriens) (Seed) Powder, Magnolia Officinalis (Bark) Powder, Panax Ginseng (Root) Powder, Passionflower (Passiflora Incarnata L.) (Aerial Parts) Powder, Lemon Balm (Melissa Officinalis) (Aerial Parts) Powder, Jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) (Fruit) Powder, Chinese Skullcap (Scutellaria Baicalensis) (Root) Powder, Poria Cocos (Sclerotium) Powder.

    Other ingredients: Gelatin, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Titanium Dioxide, Tumeric (For Color), FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #6.

    • Ooh thank god someone found out! I almost fell for it. I have Diverticulousis and would have been bent over in pain if I had taken one of those pills. Thanks

  3. Thank you. That helped a lot.When trying to loose weight it is easy to make a mistake by buying some hyped up product.Your info helped me not do that.

  4. Have you taken the time to note the side effects for VYSERA CLS? They are ridiculous. I ordered this product and cannot send it back quickly enough. Gotta be a tad more open in how you describe this.

  5. Thanks so much for saving me not only 100.00 bucks,but also another disappointing month or two of dieting and failure possible illness and disappointment.

  6. Regardless of the specific side effects,from the discussion of the ingredients this product is far too dangerous to be even considered a viable answer to any one’s weight loss problem.

  7. Very disappointed. 1 Mth later, nothing has changed. I lost nothing!!!!!! This was THE worse $100 spent in my life.!!!!I know that everyone promises that they product will help you lose weight but it does cost this much. I would not advised anyone to buy Vysera. Sad,very sad. Horible

  8. Today is 11/06 I weigh 166 pounds maybe, because of the set back I had on Saturday , I stayed up late and had a sweet craving ,so I went to Sonic and had a large snicker shake. I no longer have headaches. I do not notice a change in my energy but, I did notice my buttocks, thighs, arms and love handles appears to be firmer,even my boyfriend commented and asked if I was working out and to keep doing it because it is working. I am going to start some type of cardio I have 13 days to go. I will do a follow up on 11/19 with my total weight loss and waist measrument, if pleased with the results I will do another 30 days !

  9. I was desperate to get some weight off at any cost. I have been on Vysera for 10 days. I thought I had the flu for almost the entire time, then I checked the internet for side effects. Wow!
    I will be sending it back tomorrow. I have not noticed any change in weight.(Just my wallet) I called customer service and they told me I would not notice anything for 4 to 6 weeks. That’s not what they told me on the phone when I purchased it. They said it would reshape the body in 30 days. Opps! I am very dissapointed.

  10. I have been taking this for about a month now,,,i do notice a difference in my thighs and my cellulite and love handles this is why the label says to check with your doctor I will order again and see if I lose anymore cellulite or from my love handles and trust me I don’t eat real well I love a donut but it really has seemed to help …see ya next month and let ya know

  11. Well, I tried it for 1 month, then they called and I went for another month because I did not and have not lost an ounce! Now I am into it for $ 179.00 and still no results ( 2 months. Just finished reading side effects, others remarks and was sick with diahria, cramps, nausea, and so on.
    Think I’ll pass on any more pain.

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