Scitec Reform Review
What You Should Know
Scitec Reform claims the ingredients in their formula will help reform your body, thus the name. We are not sure how reformed you’ll look after taking the supplement but we are sure you’ll feel the effects of the stimulants in the supplement. When we review stimulants and fat burners, the first thing we look for is incomplete information or dangerous ingredients. We found all the information we were looking for, aside from testimonials and before and after pictures, but we also found a dangerous ingredient.
List of Ingredients
- Garcinia Cambogia
- Lipoic Acid
- Cayenne Pepper
The world of weight loss supplements is always changing. Just a few years ago, many supplements chose to use garcinia cambogia as the fat burning ingredient in their formulas. This was just how the market worked, but then a few reports started hitting the FDA and garcinia cambogia was red flagged. One company worked with the FDA to remove the ingredient from many products, but that was the only company’s products in question, so other companies never bothered to reformulate. We are not fond of garcinia cambogia because there is a chance that it could cause liver damage and that is a chance dieters should not have to take to lose weight.
Aside from the garcinia cambogia, there is little else this supplement has to offer other than caffeine and sources of caffeine. Caffeine is a good start for a thermogenic supplement, but it is not the only ingredient diet companies can add to boost metabolism. Green tea is a great option and chromium works to relieve hunger. Neither of these are on the ingredient list.
- Scitec Reform ingredients are available online.
- Contains caffeine.
- Garcinia cambogia is not a safe alternative to other fat burning ingredients.
- This supplement does not contain an appetite suppressant.
Scitec Reform is not the best supplement available for dieters today. We tend to support supplements that contain the basic three – caffeine, chromium and green tea. These ingredients are proven with substantial amounts of clinical research and they are safe, when taken in moderation (caffeine). One report of liver damage is too many and dieters need to understand that the FDA does not police all companies. It is extremely important to look at the ingredient list and review those ingredients before taking a supplement for weight loss. If a dangerous ingredient is found – skip the supplement and find another fat burner.