Oxy ECA Review
What You Should Know
OxyECA by LeCheek Nutrition is called a very strong supplement by the company. The ingredient list supports this claim, but there is no real product description to tell dieters how the product should be used or give the dieter any warnings associated with the ingredients in the supplement. The term ECA stands for Ephedra, Caffeine and Aspirin. This stack of ingredients was commonly used when ephedra was legal to promote weight loss, appetite control and fat loss. There is no ephedra listed on the label, but it could be hidden in the product.
List of Ingredients
- Dandelion Root Extract
- White Willow Bark
- Yerba Mate
- Conjugated Linoleic Acid
- Green Tea Extract
- Ginger Root Extract
- L-Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine
- Huperzia Serrata
What can the dieter expect when taking Oxy ECA? They can expect a nearly immediate feeling of increased energy followed by racing heart rate. If the dieter is used to caffeine, the effect could be beneficial, but if the dieter does not consume caffeine daily, that good feeling of energy could soon turn into shakes, anxiety, nervousness and anger. Too much caffeine or other stimulant can have this effect on the body.
We like the fact the green tea extract is included because it is proven to boost metabolism, but the good benefits of green tea are far outweighed by the potential negative reactions to the diuretic and multiple stimulants.
LeCheek Nutrition does not list how much of each ingredient is included in Oxy ECA. That means the dieter is taking quite the chance on this supplement. It is important not to consume caffeinated beverages with this product until the dieter can assess how the body reacts to the stimulants.
- All ingredients are listed on the LeCheek Nutrition website.
- Contains caffeine and green tea – proven weight loss ingredients.
- Could promote metabolism and weight loss.
- Contains multiple stimulants.
- Could be extremely stimulant rich.
- LeCheek Nutrition lists Oxy ECA as very strong.
- ECA stands for ephedra/caffeine/aspirin, but there is no ephedra in the product.
After reading through the product description and ingredient list we are left with more questions than answers. We suggest the dieter steer clear of LeCheek Nutrition’s Oxy ECA. This supplement contains strong stimulants that could cause negative side effects for dieters even if they aren’t sensitive to caffeine. Without knowing the exact amount of caffeine in the supplement, dieters need to be cautious, especially when taking this supplement in conjunction with caffeinated foods and beverages.