Anyone tried Hydroxycut Advanced?

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Found 7th Mar 2011
Husband just ordered some Nitrox muscle tablets from a website and they have sent him a box of these Hydroxycut Advanced tablets for free.
They say they are weight loss tablets, and if you lost 4.5lb naturally if you were taking these pills it would be 19.2lb

I am just wondering if anyone else has tried these and what type of side affects did you get?
I don't have far to go with my weight loss, only 5-8lb ideally. But if I used these I could get a fab boost to being small again.

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Original Poster

mumbojumbo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydroxycut



Have just read through that, But looking on the net it seems the Advanced is from a new formula which they have removed the bad ingredient - ephedra

There are not many reviews onlnie about the advanced, apart from 1 which says the main ingredient in it now which will be beneficial to weight loss is caffine. My body isn't used to any caffine as I don't drink coffee.
Not sure what to do. Feel stuck at 5lb away from target! lol I know its taking the easy way out, it just seems so tempting!

u sure these are free and not a 'free trial' he applied for...they usually screw u over on those with direct debits etc

Original Poster

magicbeans

u sure these are free and not a 'free trial' he applied for...they … u sure these are free and not a 'free trial' he applied for...they usually screw u over on those with direct debits etc



Oooh not sure, I paid via paypal though. He didn't want to use his card as he doesn't trust those type of websites. Not sure what they can do with my paypal now though.

Just looked at the invoice and it has his Nitrox tablets - cost
Then 2 x Freebie Creatine
The 1 x hydroxycut advance - cost - £0.00

Bit unsure now as the Creatine says freebie, but the hydroxycut doesn't/

I rmbr watching watchdog and how ppl sgin up for the free trials ..but the comapnies send out more tabs costing like £90..... think u should be safe with Paypal......

Original Poster

I just did a dummy order, The pills are worth £10.99 and it just says Free next to them.Fingers crossed hubby doesn't mess up my paypal lol.
Edited by: "beth3735" 7th Mar 2011

if you have 5lbs to go, shock the body, try a different kind of cardio or workout.

Original Poster

chan245

if you have 5lbs to go, shock the body, try a different kind of cardio or … if you have 5lbs to go, shock the body, try a different kind of cardio or workout.



This would possibly work, Been doing Zumba for about 6 months now 3 times a week, so maybe my body does want change. I have read into these pills though as much as I can on the net and have decided they are not for me. Don't seem to really do the job I want and most things i find on them say that as soon as you stop taking them the results backtrack. May as well keep doing it naturally, got this far already no point in rushing the rest x

Not tried the advanced, but the normal ones gave me bad headaches. Binned them in the end.

"The product is not "clinically proven" to be a "fat-burner," as MuscleTech claims. MuscleTech's own study showed that Hydroxycut has no efficacy as compared to placebo with the possible exception of an appetite-suppressing effect. Moreover, the serious adverse health risks of Hydroxycut with ephedra – including death – were not adequately described or disclosed in marketing and labelling of the product."

Even if you remove the element of death, that still leaves the fact that they are no better than a placebo with regard to weight loss....like many of these products
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