What You Should Know
The maker of Hydrobolic, Accelerated Sport Nutraceuticals (ASN), is a major player in the supplement world. The company was founded in 1997 on the principle of offering the best products on the market for the cheapest price. Products such as Hydrobolic offer no additives, only the purest ingredients. The supplements sold by ASN come with a 100% money back guarantee.
Throughout the main website, dieters have the opportunity to review the products and ingredient list, as well as make a purchase. We noticed several instances there thee were claims unsubstantiated by scientific research or clinical trials. We will take a closer look at Hydrobolic to see if this supplement is the best of the best.
List of Ingredients
- Ephedra Extract
Hydrobolic is the signature supplement from ASN. There is no sugar or caffeine added to the supplement, the only ingredient is ephedra. We know ephedra is banned in the U.S., but there is no information if this is the banned substance or a version of ephedra. The misinformed dieter is led to believe all ephedra supplements are the same and they are not. Legal ephedra-based products could potentially be less effective than a caffeine pill.
Throughout the website, there were claims the supplement will produce weight loss, fat loss and improve overall health and wellbeing. The concern we have is there is no information provided backing the claims. There are no links to clinical trials or scientific research. We couldn’t find one customer testimonial stating the product was effective. Either no one has offered advice or the product just doesn’t work
Considering the negative side of having a supplement without scientific proof of effectiveness, we have to note the price. There was no official website, so we searched several third party ecommerce sites and found Hydrobolic available for $18.45. This is a bargain for a ephedra product, regardless of efficacy.
- The ingredient list is available online.
- The product is available through various third party ecommerce sites.
- The supplement is inexpensive.
- The ephedra in Hydrobolic may not be similar to the banned ephedra.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- There is no scientific research or clinical trials associated with Hydrobolic.
- There were no customer testimonials available online.
There are several concerns we have with Hydrobolic. The first being the lack of scientific research or clinical trials associated with the supplement. This is a concern, considering there is no proof the supplement will cause weight loss. An additional concern is the use of ephedra. This is not the same ephedra that was banned in the U.S. This appears to be an attempt to use an ingredient to sell a product that will not work as the real ephedra did in its heyday.