Force Max Review

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Force Max is an acai weight loss supplement that claims to boost metabolism and help men reach their weight loss goals, but there is no official website. We found tons of articles online linking to an affiliate product that was supposed to be Acai Force Max, but some of the links led to Skinny Fiber and others didn’t work at all. After scouring the web we finally found an ingredient list, but we were less than thrilled with the ingredients.

List of Ingredients


  • Acai Berry
  • Garcinia Cambogia Extract
  • Chromium
  • Gymnema Sylvestre

Product Features

All-in-all, Force Max is not a product just for men and the ingredient list shows nothing more than an antioxidant, a stimulant and an appetite suppressant. If the stimulant in this formula was caffeine or green tea, the product would be worth a try. But, the company chose to include garcinia cambogia, one of those stimulants currently up in the air in terms of clinical research.

There have been claims that garcinia cambogia is associated with liver problems and damage. The company behind Hydroxycut voluntarily removed the ingredient from all products after a dieter claimed it caused liver damage; though Hydroxycut never admitted the problem was related to their supplements.

Acai berry is a strong antioxidant, which supports cellular health and fights free radical damage, but it has no effect on weight loss.

Chromium is a good appetite suppressant, but including just one proven ingredient is not enough to counteract the possible negative side effects of the garcinia cambogia. Plus, the dieter could just buy chromium over the counter and get the same effect.

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  • Contains chromium and acai berry.
  • Ingredients are listed online.


  • The ingredient list may not be complete.
  • Contains garcinia cambogia – associated with liver damage.
  • Contains only one proven ingredient.
  • Designed for men but none of the ingredients are “male-only” ingredients.
  • Associated with affiliate sales.
  • No longer appears to be available online.


Force Max or Acai Force Max is not a supplement dieters should waste money on. This product is associated with affiliate sales and it does not contain proven ingredients. All the links for the free trial offer no longer lead to a website selling Force Max. We assume the manufacturer chose to remove this product from the market, because it didn’t work, but the links are still live on the Internet.

If you want to choose a good diet pill, choose one with proven ingredients like green tea, caffeine and chromium.

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