Hydroxycut Acai Review
What You Should Know
Hydroxycut Acai is a new formula from the well-known supplement company. The company went through a bit of trouble not too long ago. All of the Hydroxycut products contained garcinia cambogia as a stimulant and fat burner. When some dieters reported liver problems associated with this ingredient, the company voluntarily pulled all of the supplements and replaced the garcinia cambogia with green coffee bean extract. Now the company has a new line of supplements based on green coffee bean, but they have another problem. The new supplements hide the stimulant in a proprietary blend. Hydroxycut does not have the luxury of asking consumers to trust them so they need to reveal all ingredients and amounts on the label.
List of Ingredients
- Brazilian Acai
- Green Coffee Bean Extract
- Caffeine Anhydrous
Hydroxycut Acai offers a proprietary formula with acai, green coffee bean and caffeine. The blend contains 1435 mg and of that 1100 is acai. The remaining 335 mg is split between green coffee bean and caffeine. How much of each ingredient is included is unknown as Hydroxycut does not reveal that information to the dieter.
Due to the extreme weight of the acai and other ingredients, the dieter must take four capsules, twice a day. That is a bit too much for the average dieter. It also limits the number of servings to 15 per bottle.
Hydroxycut mentions a clinical study that proves green coffee bean boosts weight loss. The study link is not provided, nor is the name of the company behind the study. The participants were asked to follow a low-calorie diet and exercise, which could be the reason for the weight loss – not the supplement. If a company is going to use clinical studies to support a supplement, they have to prove the same amount of the tested supplement is included in the supplement being sold. For instance, if 500 mg of green tea is clinically proven to boost weight loss, a company can’t add 100 mg and use the study for support.
- A complete ingredient list is published on the Hydroxycut website.
- Contains caffeine – clinical support as an energy and metabolism-boosting supplement.
- Contains acai – a strong antioxidant.
- We have no idea how much green coffee bean and caffeine are in the supplement.
- Acai offers no support for weight loss.
- The clinical study Hydroxycut uses for support required diet and exercise.
Hydroxycut is one of those companies that need to earn consumer trust back and Hydroxycut Acai does not accomplish that. Dieters sensitive to caffeine should be wary of taking this supplement because it could cause negative side effects, including jitters, shakes and nausea.