I'm not sure, but I think this is only available in Canada right now. I can't find much info on it other than what's on their corporate website and some junk about being banned by the UFC (which is probably good for a couple of points in their favor IMO since the UFC tends to shill for funky sugar water companies with neat logos). So what do y'all think, is this something that could possibly do what it claims (or at least be somewhat beneficial toward weight loss/maintenance), or is it just more snake oil? Here's their ingredients list. More details in the link.
Medicinal Ingredients per 473ML / 16 Fl. Oz.:Calorie Burner Blend: Garcinia Cambogia Fruit 375mg, Green Tea Extract (contains EGCG) 225mg, Calcium 83mg, Dandelion Root Extract 75mg, Yerba Mate 75mg, Hawthorn Berry Extract 75mg, Gymnema Sylvestre Extract 75mg, Magnesium 63mg, Resveratrol (red grape skin extract) 750mcg, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) .45mg, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) .45mg, Vitamin D3 50IU (1.25mcg), Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) .50mcg
Non-Medicinal Ingredients per 473ML / 16 Fl. Oz.:Non-carbonated filtered water, Stevia, citric acid, natural flavours, potassium benzoate, potassium sorbate.
asked byCanhawk (23)
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on May 28, 2012
at 05:42 PM
Mostly snake oil. . . . I mean, yerba mate and the EGCG in green tea are moderate "fat burners" in that yerba mate contains three separate stimulants (caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine) and the EGCG supposedly promotes apoptosis in mature fat cells and gives a bump to metabolism, but I don't think it'll provide much of an advantage over my morning coffee.