Hot Rox Review
What You Should Know
Hot Rox is a weight loss product by the Biotest company. The company claims this product can provide better fat burning results than the ephedra based supplements, without using the now banned substance. If this is the case, they have certainly stumbled on to a secret, and we would have heard more about this product than we have, however, we will take a closer look at the formula to determine if it has any real value to customers.
List Of Ingredients
Though we were not able to find the full ingredient list from the actual supplement company, we have found these ingredients through third party websites: Acetyl-l-tyrosine and 5-HTP, Caffeine, MDX Complex, Niacin, Thiamin, and Pantothenic acid.
Acetyl-l-tyrosine and 5-HTP is a synthetic/simulated verison of the amino acids in the body that control the levels of several hormones in your body including: serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. These hormones play a key role in mood and how you feel, so this ingredient aims to keep you in good spirits while using the supplement. Caffeine is a stimulant seen in many diet and weight loss products because of its mild thermogenic properties. MDX Complex is a combination of: A7-E, sclaremax, and guggulsterone. All of these play a role in the thyroid production, claiming to supercharge it into action to help you burn more fat. Niacin, Thiamin, and Pantothenic acid are all B vitamins. These vitamins are a major part of fat to energy conversion and ensuring everything is properly metabolized in the body.
- The supplement contains vitamins, known thermogenics, and addresses the thyroid.
- The main ingredients in the formula do not have any clinical research to support them as high powered fat burners.
- Though Caffeine is a thermogenic, it is not a strong one. It may cause some unwanted side effects in those that are sensitive to it.
- We were not able to find any customer testimonials.
- We are not sure if there is a customer satisfaction policy.
Though the product is now reasonably priced for around $20, the product was much higher when it launched. This leads us to believe the company was not making money on the product. We are not greatly impressed with the ingredient list and do not believe the results will be anywhere near what someone would experience with ephreda (though we do not advocate the use of products with that ingredient because it is harmful and now illegal) let alone something better. Find a proven fat burner and combine it with a healthy diet and exercise instead.