Asia Black Review
What You Should Know
Asia Black is a strong fat burner that contains ephedra. Despite the Food and Drug Administration forcing supplement companies to take ephedra out of diet supplements, there are plenty of websites claiming to sell old favorites from the good old ephedra days. Ephedra was pulled from the market and supplements like Asia Black because it can cause extreme side effects, including death. Asia Black is not available from any trusted website, but it is available. Ephedra, though illegal for use in diet supplements, is available over the counter as an asthma medication. The FDA requires pharmacies and stores selling ephedra to log the buyers information from a driver’s license to track ephedra sales.
List of Ingredients
- Guarana Extract
- Kola Nut Extract
- Citrus Aurantium
- Panax Ginseng
- Green Tea
- White Willow Bark
- Yerba Mate
- Ginger Root
- N-Acetyl L-Carnitine
Asia Black contains an ECA stack. ECA stands for ephedra, caffeine and aspirin. In this case, ephedra and caffeine are listed on the ingredient label. Aspirin is not listed, but we find white willow bark, which is the alternative version of white willow bark. The ECA stack is one of the only proven combinations of ingredients proven to cause weight loss in just about every person who takes the combination. Ephedra increases metabolism, white willow bark thins the blood to move ingredients through the body faster and caffeine extends the effect of ephedra.
Dieters must be wary of the fact that this product may not contain ephedra. Just because the company claims ephedra is in the formula does not mean it contains the classic form of ephedra. There is more than one type of ephedra, but only one type of ephedra was banned by the FDA.
- Contains several proven ingredients.
- May promote weight loss and increased metabolism.
- Lists all ingredients in the product description.
- May contain banned ephedra.
- May cause negative side effects, including jitters, shakes and nausea.
- Ephedra is associated with deaths of more than one athlete.
Asia Black could contain the banned form of ephedra or an another extra of the same plant with no proven weight loss benefits. Either way, the dieter needs to stay away from Asia Black. This supplement could cause negative side effects, including death. If this supplement contains banned ephedra, the FDA could seize the package during shipment and the dieter would be out money and could be listed on a watch list.
Safe alternatives to Asia Black include green tea, safe amounts of caffeine and chromium. There are clinical trials supporting alternative ingredients that are both legal and effective.