What You Should Know
Hiprolean is a fat burner from Evolution Slimming. The fat burner is sold on many affiliate websites. It is those affiliate websites that come up first on search engine results when we researched Hiprolean, not the official website. We were able to find the official site when we searched for the manufacturer name, however. There are just two ingredients listed for Hiprolean and one may be dangerous for some dieters.
List of Ingredients
To get the easy ingredient out of the way first, trimethylxanthine is caffeine. Hiprolean supplies 250 mg of caffeine per dose and dieters are supposed to take two doses per day around four to six hours apart. Taking 500 mg of caffeine within a six hour period can cause negative side effects, especially for caffeine-sensitive dieters. Never take Hiprolean near bedtime or with other caffeine-containing supplements, foods, drinks or medications.
Dimethylpentylamine is also known as 1, 3 dimethylamylamine – an extract of the geranium flower. According to WebMD, this stimulant is not safe for most dieters. There are reports of negative side effects, including increased blood pressure, racing heart rate and death associated with this supplement. These side effects will only be compounded by the extreme dose of caffeine in each serving.
You’ll notice tons of positive reviews for Hiprolean on the official website. None of the testimonials or reviews is partnered with before and after photos. There are some negative side effects mentioned in the reviews, including increased thirst and loss of sleep.
The cost of one bottle of Hiprolean is $80. You can purchase the individual ingredients or other supplements containing the same ingredients for about half this price.
- All ingredients are listed online.
- Hiprolean is available for sale from the manufacturer.
- The price is higher than comparable supplements.
- There are deaths associated with Dimethylpentylamine.
- Dimethylpentylamine is also known as 1, 3 dimethylamylamine.
- One dose supplies 250 mg of caffeine.
We feel Hiprolean could be an extremely dangerous supplement. The product is designed to increase heart rate and decrease hunger, which it will do, but at what cost. There are multiple cases of death associated with the active ingredient 1, 3 dimethylamylamine, but it looks like the company tried to hide the ingredient by using an alternative name – Dimethylpentylamine.
We never suggest dieters take a supplement that could cause negative side effects, especially death. The caffeine portion of Hiprolean alone makes the supplement dangerous.