A supplement with ephedra and plenty of risks.
MaxxTrim is a thermogenic diet pill which contains the banned ephedra weight loss ingredient. The product contains 10 mg of the substance which is meant to boost your metabolism and burn fat.
In addition to ephedra, MaxxTrim is made of a proprietary formula of four plant extracts that boost metabolism in addition to caffeine, bitter orange, green tea extract, ginger root powder and cayenne powder. Bitter orange is an herbal stimulant that is widely used in diet pills as a substitute of the now banned Ephedra. MaxxTrim claims that users notice decreased body fat, more energy, increased metabolism, all without committing to a diet.
- May temporarily result in weight loss
- Contains ephedra
- Will cause side effects
- Contains a tremendous amount of caffeine
- Natural ingredients does not always equate to a safe product
- Weight loss claims are likely exaggerated
- Bitter orange causes the similar side effects as Ephedra
MaxxTrim includes ephedra and Thermo Rx which is a blend of Acacia Rigudula, Theobroma, Cocoa extract and, Yohimba Bark Extract. In addition, the product contains caffeine, bitter orange extract, green tea extract, ginger root powder, cayenne pepper, bladderwrack powder, mustard seed powder, white willow bark powderADMINISTRATION
Two capsules of MaxxTrim are taken every day.DIET and EXERCISE
There are no diet or exercise guidelines given.CONCLUSION
MaxxTrim may claim to help you shed pounds quickly but its dangerous list of ingredients, most notably ephedra are likely to come at a severe cost to your health.
Given the health risks of this product, you are strongly advised to speak with your medical practitioner before taking or investing any money in MaxxTrim.Common Misspellings
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