Melt Xtreme Review
What You Should Know
Wouldn’t you just love to melt that fat right off your body? Well, according to Melt Xtreme, you can do just that with the provided blend of fat burning ingredients. There are thousands of diet products on the market that claim to have just the right formula to promote weight loss, but the market continues to thrive because none of these products are successful at meeting the common needs of most dieters.
Melt Xtreme is produced by LeCheek Nutrition. The official website leaves much to be desired as it looks more like a novice blog than a supplement website. But, a complete ingredient list is provided.
List of Ingredients
- Xtreme Melt Blend:
- Dicaffeine Malate
- Yohimbe Bark Extract
- Dandelion Root
- Green Tea Extract
- Uva Ursi
- 1,3 Dimethylamylamine
LeCheek Nutrition will have to go back to the drawing board if they want to create a new and exciting weight loss supplement. The ingredient list is the same used by hundreds of other fat burners. The main ingredients are caffeine and other stimulants and all ingredient amounts are hidden in a proprietary blend. This is not a good start for the newest LeCheek Nutrition supplement.
Caffeine is a stimulant proven to boost metabolism. We have no idea how much is included so we don’t know if there will be negative side effects. Yohimbe bark is another stimulant.
Dandelion root, parsley and uva ursi are diuretics. These ingredients push water out of the body so the dieter thinks the supplement is causing weight loss.
Green tea extract is proven to boost metabolism, but only in certain amounts. When the company chose to hide the amount of green tea in Melt Xtreme, they hid information about one of the few proven ingredients.
1,3 Dimethylamylamine is a stimulant, but unlike caffeine, this stimulant is associated with heart palpitations. Dieters with known heart issues should not take this supplement as it could cause harmful side effects.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- The dieter can purchase the supplement directly from LeCheek Nutrition.
- Contains green tea and caffeine.
- Some ingredients are associated with negative side effects.
- Diuretics are not weight loss ingredients.
- Should not be taken by dieters who currently take prescription medications.
- May cause jitters, shakes and increased blood pressure.
- May cause heart palpitations.
- May cause constipation.
- May cause dehydration.
There are too many possible side effects associated with the ingredients in Melt Xtreme to support this supplement. The company should list amounts, especially for the proven ingredients, but they should also rework the supplement so every dieter can safely take the supplement without fear of negative side effects.