What You Should Know
The supplement market is littered with fat-burners claiming to be the best in the industry. Any company can throw ingredients together and claim it works, but does it work. Extreme Oxy is a fat-burner claiming to assist in weight loss and fat reduction. We will take a long look at the product to see if Extreme Oxy is the real deal.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B12
- Ginko Biloba Leaf
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Cabbage Palm
- Acai Fruit
- Cola Seed
- Eleuthero Root
- Green Tea Leaf
- White Willow Bark
- Bee Pollen
- Yerba Mate Leaf
- Guarana Seed Extract
- Foti Root
- Saw Palmetto Berry
- Asian Ginseng Root
- American Ginseng Root
- Coenzyme Q10
- Citrus Aurantium
Extreme Oxy is an extreme thermogenic. The product contains multiple fat-burners, including, caffeine, green tea and citrus aurantium. The combination could result in irregular heart rate or worse. The product does contain proven weight loss ingredients, such as chromium, caffeine and green tea. The unfortunate side of the proven ingredients is the fact the ingredients are listed in a proprietary blend. Dieters are not given a true indication as to the amount they consume in each serving.
Although we know the potential dangers of fat-burners, there is no information listed on the website. There is no information relating to clinical trials or scientific research. The only information relating to warning discussed not taking Extreme Oxy if you have a mental condition, if you have sensitivity to caffeine or if you have a heart condition.
We did find the price a nice surprise. Compared to similar products, Extreme Oxy is relatively inexpensive. You have the ability to purchase the product on the website or third party ecommerce sites.
- The product is inexpensive.
- Extreme Oxy is available on the official website.
- The product contains proven weight loss ingredients.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- Extreme Oxy contains several diuretics.
- You must be a minimum of 21 to purchase the product.
- Extreme Oxy is not safe for individuals with mental conditions.
- The product contains an excessive amount of fat-burners.
- The proven ingredients are available in a proprietary blend.
- The product may not be safe for individuals sensitive to caffeine.
- There is no evidence of scientific research or clinical trials.
Extreme Oxy is potentially a dangerous fat-burner. The combination of caffeine, Citrus Aurantium and green tea could potentially increase the heart rate to dangerous levels. Taking a closer look at the ingredients, there are limited amounts of proven weight loss ingredients. The best weight loss ingredients are listed in a proprietary blend. Dieters may not consume the appropriate amount to engage in successful weight loss.
The only thing positive we found relating to Extreme Oxy was the price. Although the product may not promote weight loss and contains an excessive amount of fat-burners, the price tag of $25 is significantly lower than similar products.