China White Review
What You Should Know
China White sounds like a tea supplement, but behind the name is a dangerous diet pill. China White contains ephedra and several other stimulants. The Food and Drug Administration banned the use of ephedra in diet pills and monitors sales of ephedra in over the counter medications for asthma and sinus colds. China White could contain the banned form of ephedra associated with increased heart rate, hypertension and death.
Dieters wishing to lose weight need to make sure to read supplement labels before making a purchase. Products like China White may be confiscated during shipment and held by the FDA.
List of Ingredients
- Ephedra Extract
- White Willow Bark
- Rhodiola Rosea
- Acacia Rigadula
- Irvingia Gabonesis
- Yohimbe Extract
- Green Coffee Bean
- Raspberry Ketones
- Cissus Quadrangularis
- Olive Leaf Extract
When ephedra was the ultimate weight loss ingredient, every supplement included this fat burning ingredient. Dieters lost weight because ephedra is proven to work in a clinical setting, but the weight loss comes at a price. Ephedra is addictive, so dieters taking a little bit today may find they are taking more and more of the supplement to get the same effects later on. More ephedra means more risk of negative side effects.
Even if we take the ephedra out of the equation, China White is still a dangerous supplement. The ingredient list shows five more stimulants – caffeine, green coffee bean, methylsynephrine, guarana and yohimbe. Stimulants are considered safe, in most cases, but packing one on top of another does not improve weight loss success it just increases the risk of side effects.
Dieters with heart problems should not take China White or any other strong stimulant. We did not find an appetite suppressant in the formula either, which could mean the supplement will increase metabolism and hunger. Dieters may feel great, but they will also feel extremely hungry if they can get past the nausea associated with stimulant overload.
- Ingredients for China White are simple to find online.
- Contains caffeine – a proven metabolism booster.
- May improve metabolism and weight loss.
- May cause extreme hunger.
- Does not contain an appetite suppressant.
- Contains ephedra.
- May be illegally sold in the United States.
Ephedra is an ingredient that once ruled the weight loss market, but today the ingredient is no longer used in diet pills thanks to laws passed by the Food and Drug Administration. Dieters should not purchase or use products claiming to contain ephedra. The FDA requires pharmacies selling ephedra to keep track of sales and amount sold. This includes marking your record with every purchase of ephedra you make even though the product is sold over the counter.