What You Should Know
FucoLean is a weight loss supplement made by Maximum Nutrients. It claims to be able to help you reach your weight loss goals through suppressing the appetite and increasing energy levels, with its unique blend of ingredients. Read this review to learn more about the product and its ingredients to find out if it will be what it takes to reach your weight loss goals.
List of Ingredients
FucoLean contains the following ingredients: Fucoxanthin 250 mg, Spirulina 150 mg. There is also a 200mg Proprietary Blend of Green Tea Extract, Citrus Aurantium Extract, Pomegranate Extract.
FucoLean is a unique blend of ingredients. Fucoxanthin is a brown seaweed thought to help burn fat and suppress the appetite. This is nearly 1000 times more potent than the natural brown seaweed. Spirulina is an algae full of various nutrients, which are important to overall health. There are fatty acids which will help move fats through the body. Green tea extract is thought to help burn fat, increase energy levels, and suppress the appetite. Citrus aurantium is a natural fruit extract that has a similar affect of ephedra. It is a stimulant that is designed to help boost metabolism and increase fat burning, without the dangerous side effects of ephedra. Pomegranate extract is a main source of vitamin B5, which helps the body to metabolize fats, carbs, and proteins, and helps increase calcium absorption.
- FucoLean contains some clinically proven ingredients.
- This is an affordable product.
- FucoLean does not contain clinically proven doses of green tea.
- There are a couple of stimulants in this formula, so you may experience some negative side effects such as insomnia, headache, and jitters.
- There are no free trials of this product.
- There is no money back guarantees for this product.
- This product is not recommended for people who have high blood pressure, heart disease, are pregnant, nursing, or children under the age of 18.
FucoLean is a hit or miss product. It has mixed reviews, and we have reason to believe it would not be an effective weight loss supplement. As the clinically proven dose of green tea is 1200 mg per day, and it is part of a 200mg blend, it is impossible to take this supplement and get the effective dose. Instead of relying on a product like this one, it is better to find a clinically proven appetite suppressant or fat burner and use it as part of your daily routine. You should also reduce your caloric intake and eat more fruits and vegetables. Exercising with both cardiovascular workouts and strength training will also help you reach your weight loss goals faster.