Redline Ultra Hardcore Review
What You Should Know
Redline Ultra Hardcore is another in a long list of VPX supplements that promote energy and fat loss. VPX is known for strong stimulants and potential side effects. Redline products are particularly high in stimulants. Bodybuilders and fitness gurus tend to gravitate to VPX products but many of the supplements, like Redline Ultra Hardcore, are formulated for all dieters.
List of Ingredients
Fat Catabolizer and Beta 3Potentiator: Caffeine Anhydrous, Trans-Resveratrol, 1,3 N-Dipropyl-7-Propargylxanthine, Guggul Extract, 3′-5′-cAMP, 5′-UMP, Toothed Clubmoss, Super Amine Apple Geranium.
Iphoric Potent Methyl Beta-PEA Matrix: R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine HCL, N-Methyl-Beta-Phenylethylamine.
NorEpiphex Alpha2-Andregenic Blockade Complex: Yohimbine HCL, 11-Hydroxy-Yohimbine, Alpha Yohimbine HCL.
NorEpiphex M-MAOxidizor-I: Barley, Olive Leaf Extract.
Thyromimetic Activity Stimulator: 3,5′-Diido-L-Thyronine, 3-3′-Diido-L-Thyronine.
VPX Redline Ultra Hardcore does a great job at marketing ingredients as being more than they really are. The complexes and matrixes included in the ingredient list tell what each matrix is used for but the average dieter will not understand most of the terminology. The Fat Catabolizer is the fat burning portion of the supplement. Iphoric stands for mood changing. Thyromimetic is another term for thyroid.
Moving back to the Fat Catabolizer, the ingredients in this portion of Redline Ultra Hardcore are pure stimulants and metabolism boosters. Caffeine is proven to increase metabolism, so we like that ingredient, but there are 290 mg of caffeine in each serving. That is a huge amount of caffeine to take in one sitting.
The Iphoric Matrix is particularly concerning. If a dieter suffers from anxiety, panic attacks or depression, phenylethylamines are not suggested in any form. Even dieters who have suffered in the past may be at increased risk of symptoms associated with these ingredients. Dieting and weight loss have been linked to anti-depressants or mood stabilizers, but prescription medication effects are monitored by professionals – nutritional supplements are not. Thyroid boosting may be helpful if the dieter has reduced thyroid function.
The feeling we get from Redline Ultra Hardcore, even after looking at only a few ingredients, is one of skepticism. It looks like the ingredients are packed with stimulants to make the user feel the effects of the supplement. The rest of the ingredients are there for good measure, but VPX does not bother supporting the effects claimed in the product description.
Redline Ultra Hardcore sells for about $40 per bottle. Users are advised to start small and take half doses until they get used to the stimulant effect.
- A few ingredients are proven to increase metabolism.
- Too many stimulants.
- We do not like the lack of clinical support for ingredients.
- Confusing names used for common effects to impress, or confuse, dieters.
Overstimulation could easily be a side effect of taking this supplement. We suggest choosing a diet pill with fewer stimulants and a label that is easier to comprehend.