Hoodiadrene is a nonprescription diet pill that is marketed for weight management and claims to provide metabolism support for both men and women. It is also advertised as having a “complete scientific formula.” Created by Newton-Everette Neutraceuticals, LLC, it is yet another supplement product that has jumped on the unproven hoodia bandwagon.
Fat-Away is a product manufactured by Extreme Health Products and that is marketed as being the “most advanced natural weight loss technology” that is currently on the market. This is not a rare claim in the nonprescription weight loss industry.
This product is designed to be a fat burner, which means that if it works, it will help the body to be able to burn through calories more quickly than it otherwise would without the use of the product. These products – among those that work – typically need to be combined with cardio exercise in order to be their most effective.
Lipotrin is marketed as a “Lipotropic Multi-Action Weight Loss Supplement” that comes from Big Nutrition. The claim about this product is that it is a thermogenic, an energy enhancer, appetite suppressant, carb blocker and fat absorber. It supposedly manages to achieve all of these objectives through its 13 active ingredients.
The formula for this dietary supplement contains a Proprietary Lipotrin Formula, which is composed of Green Tea, Apple Cider Vinegar, Chitosan, Chromium Picolinate, Phaesolus Vulgaris, Milk, Thistle, Siberian Ginseng, Choline, Uva Ursi, Guarana, Caffeine Anhydrous, Psyllium Husk, Ginger Root. Each serving is made up of 2 capsules and contains 700 mg of the proprietary formula. Continue reading