Xenadrine Results Review
What You Should Know
Xenadrine Results is the newest fat burner from one of the most trusted names in weight loss supplements. Despite the longevity of the Xenadrine company, we have some serious issues with this fat burner. All of the ingredients are included in proprietary blends, though the company is not afraid to reveal 180 mg of caffeine is supplied in each dose. On top of the proprietary blends and huge dose of caffeine is the fact that Xenadrine Results contains peanuts. There is no reason for a fat burner to contain one of the most dangerous food allergens. Dieters with a food allergy to peanuts should not take Xenadrine Results as it could cause a severe reaction.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
- Pantothenic Acid
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Frauenmantle Leaf Extract
- Wild Olive Leaf Extract
- Cormino Seed Extract
- Horsemint Leaf Extract
The product description for Xenadrine Results gives the basic storyline – dieters take the supplement and eat right and they lose weight. Xenadrine, much like Hydroxycut, likes to offer support from clinical studies but not include the link to where the studies are published. In this case, several of the core ingredients have been tested with amazing results. Dieters taking the key ingredients in LipoCore, a completely different supplement, were able to lose 21 pounds in just 12 weeks. The placebo group in the study only lost 2 pounds. We find this information slightly hard to digest because there is no link to the study and the supplement named in the study is not Xenadrine Results. The core ingredients, according to the study, are Frauenmantle, Wild Olive Leaf, Cormino and Horsemint. We could not find any information on a LipoCore supplement with these ingredients.
Caffeine is the only proven ingredient in this formula. With 180 mg of caffeine, however, the average dieter will feel jittery and nervous after taking this supplement just once, let alone more than once per day. Caffeine takes 12 hours to push out of the system so this supplement should not be taken within 6 to 10 hours of bedtime.
- Contains caffeine.
- Ingredients listed on the offic9ial website.
- Contains peanuts.
- Could cause severe side effects for dieters with food allergies.
- Could cause jitters, shakes and other side effects.
Xenadrine Results is a caffeine-driven supplement that boosts metabolism and heart rate. The supplement claims to contain a clinically-proven core of ingredients, but we could not find the supplement LipoCore online or the study the product description for Xenadrine Results mentions. Xenadrine Results contains peanuts and should not be taken by dieters a food allergy to peanuts.