What You Should Know
Malice in Wonderland has one of the coolest names in the weight loss industry, but that doesn’t mean the ingredient list is as cool. The product is sold by Chaotic Labz and is touted by some as one of the strongest fat burners on the market. The official website is as wild and crazy as the supplement name and the ingredient list does not disappoint – it’s wild too.
List of Ingredients
- Phenylethylamine HCL
- White Willow Bark
- Green Tea Extract
- Ephedra Extract
- Citrus Aurantium
The first ingredient on the list is caffeine. Caffeine is trusted as a metabolism booster, but as it is used in Malice in Wonderland, it does a whole lot more than just increase energy. Caffeine is combined with white willow bark and ephedra – an ECA stack. Ephedra is no longer legal for sale in diet supplements, so this product is not only illegal it is dangerous. ECA stacks have been linked to deaths.
As if the stimulant properties of caffeine and ephedra weren’t enough, the dieter is given a dose of synephrine, yohimbe and green tea – all stimulants. You can expect your heart to race like the wind when taking this supplement, which is not a good thing for most dieters.
Phenylethylamine is also included in Malice in Wonderland. This is a mood-altering ingredient commonly used for its drug like effects. Dieters with mental issues like depression or bipolar disorder should not take product with this ingredient.
Malice in Wonderland adds hoodia as the appetite suppressant. Hoodia has been clinically tested with meager results. Dieters found no difference in appetite when taking hoodia compared to a placebo.
- All ingredients in Malice in Wonderland are listed on the official website.
- There is a warning listed in the product description.
- Contains proven ingredients chromium, green tea and caffeine.
- Contains hoodia.
- Claims to contain ephedra.
- May be illegal.
- Should not be taken by people currently taking mood-altering or other prescription medications.
When it comes to supplements, one ingredient can ruin the entire formula. In this case that one ingredient is ephedra. This supplement is may contain the illegal form of ephedra making the entire supplement illegal. The FDA tracks all ephedra sales and use as a diet supplement ingredient is prohibited.
If the company took the ephedra and hoodia out of the formula this could be a good product, but as the supplement stands, Malice in Wonderland is a dangerous product.