Achieving Zero Max Review

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Achieving Zero Max is a caffeine-rich stimulant supplement from TBI Labs. We had a terrible time accessing the official website for both TBI Labs and Achieving Zero Max, which could point to issues with the company. When we did access the website we found a complete ingredient list that packed quite the caffeine and stimulant punch. There are two Achieving Zero Max supplements – Max and Advanced.

List of Ingredients



  • Caffeine Anhydrous
  • Theobrine Anhydrous
  • Citrus Aurantium
  • Yohimbine Alkaloids
  • White Willow Bark
  • Black Pepper


  • Caffeine Anhydrous
  • Theobrine Anhydrous
  • Citrus Aurantium
  • Hydroxycitric Acid
  • Black Pepper

Product Features

The formulas for Max and Advanced Achieving Zero Max are nearly the same. The only ingredient differences are white willow bark and hydroxycitric acid. Max contains white willow bark and Advanced does not. Advanced contains hydroxycitric acid and Max does not.

Caffeine is the number one ingredient in both formulas. Caffeine can be a strong stimulant causing side effects when taken in large doses. There is no mention of how much caffeine is in the formula, but there is a proprietary blend of 193.7 mg made up of caffeine and theobrine. Theobrine may be a source of caffeine, so we assume there is about 200 mg of caffeine per capsule.

Both Max and Advanced contain citrus aurantium – another stimulant. Dieters may know this stimulant by the more common name synephrine. Synephrine was the go to ingredient used to replace ephedra, but it is not as effective though it does bring along similar potential side effects.

Hydroxycitric acid is another potentially harmful ingredient. Achieving Zero Max Advanced contains this ingredient. There are reports of possible liver toxicity when taking hydroxycitric acid with certain weight loss ingredients commonly used in supplements. We have been unable to find a dedicated list of ingredients that cause liver damage, but the threat is enough for us to warn dieters of the potential health threat.

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  • We found ingredients for Achieving Zero Max on the official website and TBI Labs website.


  • May contain large amounts of caffeine.
  • Synephrine is known to elevate heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Hydroxycitric acid may be linked to liver toxicity.


When there are more negatives than positives surrounding a supplement we tend to suggest dieters look for a different weight loss product. In the case of Achieving Zero Max, both formulas are laden with caffeine and other stimulants, which could cause the dieter to feel shaky, nervous, angry, anxious and downright lousy.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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