Xenadrine RFA X Review
What You Should Know
Xenadrine RFA-X is created by Cytogenix Labs or Cytodyne. The company does not offer an official supplement website nor does Xenadrine. Past problems with consumer claims and product recalls may have forced the company to close up shop. According to information we could find, the company is reformulating supplements and designing a new website to push back into weight loss.
Xenadrine RFA-X combines some natural proven ingredients with caffeine. There are a lot of ingredients in this supplement, which can leave the dieter confused and wondering whether the supplement is safe. Too many ingredients can also mean negative side effects for some dieters who may be sensitive to one or more ingredients.
List of Ingredients
Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic Acid.
RFA-X Proprietary Blend: OxiBurn, Green Tea Extract, Caffeine Anhydrous, Theobroma Seed Extract, Coffee Arabica Seed Extract, Myodrene, L-Leucine, N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, Cynara Scolymus Extract, Bacopa Monnieri Extract, Cytoshred, Cissus Quandrangularis Extract, Heamatococcus Pluvialis Extract, CytoMelt, Yohimbe HCL, Wasabia Japonic Root, Raspberry Ketones, Quercetin Dihydrate, Capsicum Annuum Fruit, Ampli FX, Willow Bark, Coleus Forskohlii Root, Zingiberis Officinale Root, DMAE Bitartrate.
The first problem with this supplement is the ingredient list. All ingredients, aside from the first three, are included in a proprietary blend. Within that blend there are ingredients like OxiBurn and Cytoshred which could be names for additional proprietary blends or ingredients. The label is very hard to read in that regard and without an official website, the dieter may be confused.
There are several stimulants in Xenadrine RFA-X. Green tea, caffeine, Theobroma and coffee seed all provide stimulation and increased heart rate. This is the fat burning element Xenadrine RFA-X depends upon for weight loss.
Cynara Scolymus Extract or artichoke extract has been clinically proven to reduce blood cholesterol levels. Bacopa Monnieri Extract is a memory boosting herb clinically proven to improve memory in elderly people. Cissus Quandrangularis Extract is an anti-oxidant that could have negative side effects including diarrhea and insomnia. If insomnia is a side effect Cissus Quandrangularis Extract could also have stimulant properties. Heamatococcus Pluvialis Extract is what gives algae a red color. The ingredient is commonly used to reduce overall cholesterol numbers.
The remaining ingredients include a natural aspirin and more stimulants. The dieter should be wary when choosing Xenadrine RFA-X because over stimulation can cause headache, jitters, and nausea. We could not find a proven appetite suppressant in this formula.
Despite the lack of website for the product or manufacturer, we did find Xenadrine RFA-X for sale. One bottle with 210 capsules sells for $62.99. The stimulant properties are so strong, the supplement needs to be gradually introduced to the body. Dieters should start off with one capsule twice a day, then progress to two and eventually three. Taking the maximum dosage, one bottle will last 35 days.
- Some ingredients will increase metabolism.
- There are too many stimulants included for most dieters.
- The price is high for a stimulant based product.
- Labeling is confusing.
- No official website for company or supplement.
We could find no ingredients or clinical proof that made Xenadrine RFA-X stand out above other stimulant weight loss products on the market. Typically, the ingredient list always reads the same with a few changes here and there for uniqueness. That uniqueness does not make the supplement work any better.