What You Should Know
GC7X Surge is a bit different from the original GC7X supplement. This product contains nearly 200 mg of caffeine per serving. We know caffeine is proven to increase metabolism and offer quick energy, which is a huge positive for this supplement, but the active ingredients in GC7X are not proven to help control hunger. GC7X has been tested on diabetic patients, not average dieters. We would love to see come clinical research specific to GC7X Surge, but none is available.
List of Ingredients
- Chloraxis Green Coffee Bean Extract
- Myraxis Bayberry Bark Extract
- Sophora Japonica Flower Extract
- Caffeine Anhydrous
GC7X Surge is listed on the official website for GC7X. The product description for Surge is less involved than GC7X, but that is just because the supplement is identical aside from the addition of caffeine anhydrous. GC7X Surge combines the power of blood glucose control with caffeine, which we would normally love, but clinically studies on GC7X have not been performed on dieters. The main participants in studies involving the ingredients in GC7X are diabetics. If the dieter does not suffer from diabetes, there is no proof it will have any effect on blood glucose or appetite.
There is nearly 200 mg of caffeine in one serving of GC7X Surge. We would normally claim this is too much, but the 200 mg is divided among three servings of the supplement per day. This adds up to about 66 mg of caffeine taken three times a day. That is less than the average cup of coffee.
So what can the dieter expect when taking GC7X Surge? They can expect a slight increase in energy from the caffeine. The increase in metabolism could cause hunger, but that is where the other ingredients in GC7X could prove effective. Typically, blood glucose control has nothing to do with hunger associated with increased metabolism, thus the effect on hunger may be minimal.
- All ingredients in GC7X Surge are listed on the official website.
- Caffeine is proven to boost metabolism.
- Designed for diabetics.
- May interfere with diabetic medications.
- Should not be taken without express permission from your doctor if you are diabetic.
- May not have any effect on hunger.
- 200 mg of caffeine may be too much for a dieter that does not consume caffeine.
GC7X Surge offers a bit of caffeine for energy. There is no mention of weight loss, so the company does not claim the supplement will increase metabolism or help the dieter lose weight. This is a formula for diabetics, as clinical research is based on diabetic patients. We have little faith that the average dieter will see a significant increase in weight loss from taking GC7X Surge.