What You Should Know
8Zone is a dietary supplement that consists of three parts, each taken every eight hours to combat your weight and nutrition all day, every day. It is developed by Apolo Anton, an Olympic medalist. We will take a closer look to see if it is all it claims to be.
List Of Ingredients
8Zone Red Zone ingredients include rhodiola rosea, panax ginseng, licorice root extract, green tea leaf extract, bitter orange fruit extract, maca root, choline bitartrate, inositol hexaphosphate, boron citrate, and silicon dioxide.
8Zone White Zone ingredients include ginger root powder, grapeseed extract, cranberry extract, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, grapes, pomegranate, noni, acai, mangosteen, pomegranate, quebrancho, euro black current extract, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, brussel sprouts, spinach, radish, carrots, beets, tomato, celery, onion, leeks, and yellow peppers.
8Zone Blue Zone ingredients include valerian root extract, valerian root powder, passion flower extract, quebrancho extract, cruciferol complex, sulfurophane, glucosinolates, 3-idole carbiol, and hops flower concentrate.
Red Zone is full of stimulants, but it seems to be the most effective of the three supplements taken over the course of the day. It is taken in the morning. It is the “aggressive step” to give you more energy and rev up the metabolic rate.
The White Zone, the “subtle step” is taken in the middle of the day, to avoid the slump most of us hit in the day where it is too early to go to bed, but too late to take a nap. The ingredients here are all fruits and vegetables, providing nutrition but nothing in particular jumps out for weight loss.
The Blue Zone, the “downtime step” is taken at night to help you wind down and get a good rest. It claims to be able to help the body recover and repair muscles, as well as providing antioxidant protection. The valerian root is known to help relax and promote sleep, but again, nothing to induce weight loss.
- An 8zone product for children will be on the market soon.
- All three of these supplements work together, so you are supposed to take all of them.
- These supplements are expensive, at $149.95.
- There is a free trial, but it requires enrollment in an auto-ship program which automatically bills and ships more of the product if not cancelled in time.
- Many of these ingredients have nothing to do with appetite suppression or fat burning.
- Some of the ingredients may cause negative side effects.
- This product relies on hype and celebrity endorsement more than science.
For the expense, most people would expect a killer miracle product. Though the makers of this product would love for you to believe this is the answer to all your diet and weight loss prayers, a closer look at the ingredients shows it isn’t. Spend your money a little more wisely on healthier foods, a proven supplement containing either fat burners or appetite suppressants and you’ll likely lose more weight, faster.