What You Should Know
Max Trim is a diet supplement that was created specifically for the needs of women. The manufacturer of Max Trim, a company called Max-Rx, claims that this product is intended to be used as an aid for women who are trying to exercise and eat healthily but still don’t seem to be getting the results they are looking for. The official Max Trim website claims that this product will increase your energy, help burn fat, reduce your appetite, and that it also works as a thermogenic. A thermogenic increases your core body temperature, which show promise at leading to fat being burned off.
The official website repeatedly states that this product is “ephedra-free” because many people will not buy a product that contains this potent stimulant that occupies a legal grey area. Instead, Max Trim uses guarana, green tea, and caffeine, which still end up giving you a stimulant effect.
List of Ingredients
Max Trim contains: Vitamin A, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Boron, Chromium, Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc, Ipraflavone, Indole-3 Carbinol, Genistein, Caffeine, Guggul, Guarana, Green Tree Extract, Metabromine, Hydroxycitric Acid, Long Pepper and White Willow Bark.
Max Trim is marketed for women only. The official website claims that this product will not only help you lose weight, but that it can also help with other issues women may have such as menopause or endometriosis.
A nice thing about Max Trim is that it actually doubles as a daily multivitamin and as an antioxidant. A potential issue we found is that Max Trim contains ipriflavone and genistein. Both of these ingredients may cause undesirable side effects such as constipation or even a decrease in the functioning of the immune system. We highly recommend consulting your physician about these two ingredients before you begin taking anything that contains them.
- Max Trim contains plenty of vitamins.
- Max Trim contains antioxidants.
- This product has many stimulants as active ingredients.
- Some ingredients in Max Trim may cause side effects, such as constipation.
- It may be difficult to find this product.
Max Trim tries very hard to give women dieters just what they are looking for; an ephedra-free diet supplement that is vitamin and antioxidant rich and may also help with certain female problems. The problem is that they may have tried too hard. The inclusion of ipriflavone and genistein could be very harmful for certain people, so we can’t recommend this product at all. At the time of this review, it seems like this product may actually be discontinued since not many places seemt o actually carry it. We highly recommend sticking with a fat burner/appetite suppressant with well known, safe ingredients.