MaxOut Body Review
What You Should Know
MaxOut Body is a supplement website that specializes in three supplements – ProxyLean, Maxout FX and LipoCarb 3X. The supplements marketed by MaxOut Body claim to contain Ephedra, but they actually contain green Ephedra or green Mormon tea. This is a portion of the Ephedra plant that has not been proven to have any of the effects of banned Ephedra though the name is commonly enough to convince the dieter to buy the product.
List of Ingredients
ProxyLean – Caralluma Fimbriata, Ephedra Viridis, Synephrine.
LipoCarb 3X – Phase 2 Starch Blocker and LipoSan Ultra Chitosan.
MaxOut FX – Ephedra Nevadensis and ?
The official website for MaxOut Body offers very little information on the products they are selling. The main aim of the website seems to be the fact that the Fitness Model America World Champion Matus Valent took MaxOut Body products before competition.
Two of the three supplements sold by MaxOut Body claim to contain Ephedra. The banned Ephedra has a scientific name of Ephedra Sinica. This is the only known Ephedra that contains alkaloids that increase heart rate and decrease appetite. None of the other varieties of Ephedra have been banned or proven to increase weight loss. While the name may have an impact on dieters, the supplement will not increase weight loss.
ProxyLean is one of the supplements sold by MaxOut Body. The main ingredient is Caralluma Fimbriata. This ingredient is derived from a cactus and is supposed to suppress appetite and control blood glucose levels. There is some evidence that the ingredient controls appetite, but most studies were completed on a specific brand of Caralluma Fimbriata – Slimaluma. Synephrine is a stimulant that will increase heart rate and metabolism. So, ProxyLean has included two ingredients with the fake Ephedra to mimic the effects of Ephedra, but there is no real substitute.
LipoCarb 3X is a carbohydrate blocker created from starch blockers and chitosan. These ingredients are found in nearly every carbohydrate blocking supplement and have no substantial proven weight loss effects. Carbohydrates cannot be blacked by herbal supplements.
MaxOut FX could have some potent ingredients, but they are not listed on the official MaxOut Body website. Instead, the company claims the supplement contains another variety of fake Ephedra. There is bound to be an appetite suppressant and stimulant in the supplement – potentially the same Caralluma Fimbriata and synephrine present in ProxyLean.
- Some of the ingredients are listed on the MaxOut Body website.
- None of the supplements are truly powerful.
- Fake Ephedra is used to promote product sales.
There is only one Ephedra and that supplement is banned in the United States and several other countries. The MaxOut Body supplement company does not sell any products that will greatly improve weight loss.