Zipfizz Review

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Although you have not found an effective weight loss product to help you meet your fat loss goals, keep in mind that there are plenty of others to select from. One supplement formula that is easy to find is Zipfizz. This is a unique powder formula that comes in individual serving size tubes. You basically pop one open, and then add it to water for a fruity beverage any time. Zipfizz comes in flavors like grape, pink lemonade, berry, citrus, and orange soda.

There are actually many products on the market today that bare a resemblance to Zipfizz powder. While they may not come in the same fruit, fun flavors, they do offer the user a variety of vitamins and minerals. The primary purpose of this product is not to assist with actual weight reduction, but rather to give the user a boost of energy and immune system support.

List of Ingredients

25 Nutritional Ingredients:
9 Vitamins: Vitamins C, E, All the Bs, and Folate,
8 Minerals: Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, Zinc, Selenium, Manganese, Chromium, Sodium
Electrolytes: Magnesium, Potassium
Amino Acids: Arginine, Taurine
Antioxidants: Green Tea Extract, as well as Vitamins C and E.

Product Features

Zipfizz is a flavorful energy drink mix. It comes in the form of a powder, and is stated to be all natural. The purpose of this formula is to fuel the user’s body without using any artificial stimulants. Once you mix Zipfizz powder with a glass of water, you can drink it down to potentially receive a sudden burst of energy. It is loaded with amino acids, vitamins and minerals that can be beneficial to everyday immune health. However, this formula is low on carbohydrates and calories. Dieters can consume Zipfizz before or after a workout. You can also take this product any time for a jolt of energy. It is claimed to contain 30 times the amount of electrolytes found in common sports drinks. A multi sampler pack sells for $8.99, while a tube of 20 (one flavor) sells for $37.99.

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Advantages

  • Zipfizz comes in five different flavors to suit different preferences/tastes.
  • This product can be acquired from common stores like Target, Rite Aid, and GNC.

Disadvantages

  • There are no ingredients found in Zipfizz that burn off fat.
  • Customer testimonials are not presented on the primary website to support this formula.
  • This supplement does not aim to suppress hunger.
  • Zipfizz contains a form of caffeine, which is a stimulant and diuretic.

Conclusion

One of the first things you may notice about the ingredient list for Zipfizz is the Green Tea Extract. Like in so many other dietary supplements, this component is added to boost the user’s energy levels. However, it is loaded with caffeine, which pulls water off the muscles. If you are serious about shedding fat, you should be sure to check out some of the other supplements on the market today.

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35 User Reviews about Zipfizz

  • 1
    Demi

    I need to know how much potassium is in one serving, I have hypo kalmia and want to use zip fiz as a supplement thanks

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    Your Name

    Tell us your thoughts about Zipfizz.

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  • 2
    angellea

    is it safe to drink zipfizz while pregnant?

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    rodolfo duruin

    i just want to ask where can i buy zipfizz in the philippines, thanks

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  • 4
    C

    can zipfizz prouct is past effective date

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    John Feld

    xylitol is a natural subsitute for sugar. This is will be used in all drinks in the future. I represent a chemical company that will be supplying the world with five other high valued chemicals in thier chemical refinery. If you wish to learn more. Call John at 360 831 3897

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    Michelle

    the only thing to watch out for with xylitol is that too much of it can cause diarrhea. therefore, too many Zipfizz’s in one day can have the same effect. one of my good friends works for Zipfizz…

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  • 6
    linda

    Is there aspertame in zipfizz or any other ingredient that is like aspertame? What makes it sweet tasting? Just wondering. Thanks :)

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    MV

    It contains sucralose.

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  • 7
    shipwright

    ZipFizz is more Fizz and does Zip. First impression, it was like drinking flavored Alka-Seltzer. I didn’t feel anything after taking 3 tubes of drink powder (I bought from Wal Mart) during a 12 hour period. My level of productivity and alertness pretty much stayed the same, as if I just drank normal Gatorade. I even fell asleep at my normal time without any problems.

    The drink was suggested to me by a co worker who nags me, when she sees me drinking a bottle of NoS energy drink.

    The only positive thing I can say about Zipfizz is this… Unlike NoS, it didn’t cause me to belch or toot after each chug I took. Which if I think about it, maybe that’s why my co worker begged me to try ZipFizz in the first place? :)

    Silliness aside, I will just drink Gatorade G2 if I want flavored water to re-hydrate. And you pay a buck at Wal Mart for a 32 oz bottle vs. 5 bucks for 48 to 60 oz of ZipFizz.

    If you are taking it for the vitamins and minerals, One a Day has plenty of supplements that can give you even better nutrient content for much cheaper. Still can’t wrap your head around it? Ok, 1 bottle of One a Day averages 10 bucks for 60 tablets? Each holding near equal or more nutrients than a tube of ZipFizz. So let’s see. 60 tubes of ZipFizz = 100 bucks. 60 tablets of One a Day = 10 bucks. Do ya see where I am going?

    As a suggestion, I would encourage you to stop wasting your money on the hype. Spend some time with an actual dietitian or your family doctor, to get the facts about these “new” energy drinks, or just shop around.

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  • 8
    Gloria LaRoche

    I have to say….I adore ZipFizz. I put it in Starbucks passion iced tea that I make everyday. I would hate to quit drinking it! I just LIKE it! I only allow myself 1 vial every day. I use half at a time.

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  • 9
    Ron S

    My wife and I love Zipfizz, so much that we use 3-4 tubes everyday. Is there a way we can buy it in bulk and save money?

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    Anonymous

    Sams Club or BJ’s :)

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    Your Name

    got mine at costco. 30 tubes per pack. plus if you’re a member I think its free shipping.

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  • 10
    Ida

    I really like zipfiz especially when my energy level drops about 2-3 in the afternoon. It really helps me through the rest of the day. My mental abilities improve as well
    The only thing I have found is that after a using for multiple days in a row, is I stop using my legs and joint seem to ache for a couple days. Not sure why, but overall great energy booster and like the flavor orange best

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  • 11
    vicki

    Is any ingredients in Zippfizz bad for a 13 year old? He plays on two hockey teams and bball five days a week and does not want to quit any of it. He is always tired

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    Anonymous

    It says right on the box not recommended fo children. Please turn to healthier alternatives such as rest, exercise and a healthy diet. We do not need to be teaching our children how to resort to stimulants and unnatural means to achieve anything. Look at the bigger picture please.

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    PB

    If your 13 year old is always tired it’s because he is doing too much. I’d be more concerned about the cause of his symptoms than trying to mask them. He is growing and his body needs to rest and repair itself. Try being a responsible adult and do some actual parenting instead of trying to be his friend. Guess what Vicki, if your son never gets mad at you then you aren’t doing a good job as a parent. Tell him to pick one sport. Chances are he isn’t going to get an athletic scholarship or ever play professional sports, so have him start focusing on his academics now.

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    mary

    PB you started out with great comments but then went totally downhill after the third sentence. Why personalize and be so judgmental? Such comments take away the impact of your thoughtful analysis.

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    blair

    for low energy I would take a look at his diet. We are what we eat. Eat good healthy food feel healthy. Eat fast food feel sick and tired. I would recommend a diet high in raw food. Theres a reason you can run a digital clock off a potato or apple, because there is energy in that food. Cook it cant run the clock. Dead food dead body live food live body. That energy is taken from the raw food. You may remember this quote, do not destroy the trees, for in the trees is life so that man might live. There is a life fore in food. The right foods and if you don’t get enough life foods, you run out of llfe or health. good luck God Bless

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  • 12
    Nikko

    It seems after I drink my Zippfizz it makes me go to the potty and I have to go really bad. Even though I love the taste and the fact the it gives me plenty of enerygy….it makes go to the restroom. Why is that?

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    Joann Carlson

    Is there anything in zipfizz that would cause diarraha.I really liked the taste and prefer this to gaitarade.

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    Your Name

    xylitol, a sugar alcohol found in fruits, but marketed as an artificial sweetener, is what is doing that. you can still drink Zipfizz, just keep it down to 3 or less a day. Although you may need a couple days to detox first…

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    Anonymous

    it’s like it says it contains a more powerful form of caffeine which is a diuretic. Kinda like the same as taking a water pill. thats why youn pee alot.

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  • 13
    Tammi

    I totally love zipfizz! I got it since I was low on my B12 and other electrolytes in my system. I get migraines often. I discussed with my doc. He also loves it, I really enjoy the grape and the orange!

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  • 14
    Varda

    Why don’t you provide Zipfizz in a more environmental friendly packaging. The single tubes are a lot of plastic waist.

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    Matt

    The ZipFizz Tubes are recyclable. If you’d like you can save up 100 tubes to get a BPA Free Water Bottle, if that helps.

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    Chris

    Yes, but there’s a catch. During a “tasting,” a Zipfizz rep. told me they will be thrown out if you put them in your co-mingled recyclable container. The reason he cited was that the plastic tubes contain a polymer that needs special treatment. This is why the company encourages you to send in your spent tubes.

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    Lbowes

    I agree. I stopped buying due to the irresponsible packaging. Why can’t they go to something similar to Emergen-C. What’s the point of collecting your 100 to send in when they will in all likelihood be tossed.

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  • 15
    Youeffed

    Funny thing about Zipfizz- the Corp. not the product, is that they claim to be all “healthy” and “NATURAL” while the President and CEO that founded the company is a complete STEROID FREAK.

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    Marty

    hey, please tell me more…I’ve always thought that was an odd company

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    Peter Mehlman

    Can zipfizz give you a feeling that you are “drunk” with excessive energy?

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  • 16
    gina

    How much caffeine is this loaded with? I have recently quit drinking Pepsi because of the caffenine. I did have withdrawls, but stuck to it. I don’t want to get hooked again. Will this make me get hooked like Pepsi did?

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    Bob

    Beware of Zip Fizz. The company uses what looks like camoflage marketing to make their drink look healthy. First of all any product that says on the box “Not recommended for kids” is not healthy for anyone. They state on their website Guarana has a calming affect but on the box they state Gaurana as one of the sources of caffeine. Since when will caffeine calm anyone down. The combination of caffeine (green tea), stronger caffeine (Guarana), and Taurine can be a dangerous combination for everyone not just kids. By putting tons of B12 in the product they state this is the source of energy and will last 4 to 6 hours. Guarana is a slow absorbing form of caffeine (as much as 5 times more powerful the cafe style coffee) which takes 4 to 6 hours for effects to wear off. Hence, camoflageing the energy source as B12 when the real source of blood flowing adrenal gland pumping feeling is in the form of the three aforementioned ingredients. The writing on the bottom of the box is almost illegible but clearly states not recommended for kids, people with heart problems,asthma, or any other unhealthy condition for that matter. If a product can make a condition worsen as with many drug company’s commercials state on tv why would anyone consider it a healthy product to begin with.

    Just remember, when folic acid is present (B9) B12 has other more important things to do in your body (like make red blood cells so you are not anemic) and it doesn’t just hang out waiting for B9 to go through the digestive process and then say”now its my turn”. In addition remember nothing goes through the digestive process in 10 minutes to give you usable energy. So when they say “you’ll feel like a new man or woman in 10 minutes” realize you are just adding to the espresso feeling you just had this morning not usable energy.

    P.S. There is B9 in Zip Fizz just no more than any other supposed energy drink and at 30 bucks I am sure you can find better things to digest than an adrenal gland exhausting product like Zip Fizz.

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    JB

    Aspirin isn’t good for children under 13. Does that mean as adults we can’t use it for our heart. Come on. There’s always someone with negativity in everything. I personally think all these things a garbage until I tried this. Gave me the energy I needed. I absolutely have no side affects, no jitters and no crash and burn. This is nothing like coffee. I would enjoy seeing your PHD…please post it so we can all drink nasty tasting Gatorade, that most people put in vodka bottles.

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