Maximum Hardcore Xenadrine Ripped Review
What You Should Know
Maximum Hardcore Xenadrine Ripped is a strong fat burner that claims to help the dieter shed pounds faster than any other supplement out there. This claim is the same across many products, but the ingredient list either includes ingredients that are too strong or ineffective ingredients with potentially risky side effects. The term hardcore leads us to believe this product will be stimulant heavily and riddled with side effects.
Xenadrine is fantastic at noting study results on the labels of their products. Of course, the source of the study is not listed and there is no means of checking the research. Xenadrine makes a huge mistake with Maximum Hardcore Xenadrine Ripped. The company lists study results from a clinical trial funded by the makers of the supplement. This study is useless because Xenadrine paid for the results.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Pantothenic Acid
Cytodyne RFA-X Blend:
- L-Lysine HCl
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- L-Ornithine Alpha-Ketoglutarate HCl Sodium Salt
- Serenoa Repens Fruit (Saw Palmetto)
- Alchemilla Vulgaris Leaf Extract
- Olea Europaea Leaf Extract
- Cuminum Cyminum Seed Extract
- Mentha longifolia Leaf Extract
- GABA (Gamma-Amino Butyric Acid)
- Medicago Sativa Leaf and Stem
- Ptychopetalum Olacoides Bark
- Ginkgo Biloba Leaf
- Sesame Oil
All of the ingredients in the formula for Maximum Hardcore Xenadrine Ripped are a listed in one main blend called the Cytodyne RFA-X Blend. The blend contains 434 mg per two capsules. Caffeine is the first ingredient listed, so it makes up the highest concentration, but there are 13 other ingredients to account for in just 434 mg. We find it hard to believe proven amounts of any of the other ingredients could fit.
We attempted to research how much of the proven ingredients were used in the randomized study explained on the label. We found a study from the makers of another supplement called WeighLevel, which contains the same four ingredients, but that study did not mention how much of each ingredient was included. Not even the official website for Maximum Hardcore Xenadrine Ripped gives any clear reference to the site where the clinical studies were published.
- Ingredients listed online on the official Xenadrine website.
- Contains caffeine – proven to boost metabolism.
- No amounts are listed for ingredients.
- No links to clinical research claimed on the bottle and website.
We are not thrilled with the new Maximum Hardcore Xenadrine Ripped. The supplement website is lacking any real information aside from the ingredient list, but the ingredients are even useless because Xenadrine hides the amounts in a blend.