Xenadrine EFX Diet Pills Review
Xenadrine EFX has a checkered history. The FTC filed a complaint charging the marketers of the popular diet supplement Xenadrine EFX with making false and misleading weight loss claims. Xenadrine EFX is marketed as a ephedra free fat burner. While its seems that Cytodyne Technologies, the manufacturer of Xenadrine EFX, has stop major marketing online, the Xenadrine EFX diet product remains available. Cytodyne Technologies claims their product will block fat and help dieters lose weight with no exercise or dieting. The FTC investigated Xenadrine EFX and did not find evidence to validate this the Xenadrine EFX diet product.
Xenadrine EFX Ingredients
Proprietary Thermodyne™ Complex 1415 mg (total amount): Tyroplex™ (proprietary blend of l-tyrosine and acetyl-l-tyrosine), Green Tea Extract (standardized for EGCG and caffeine), Seropro™ (proprietary Cocoa extract standardized for Phenylethylamine, Tyramine and Theobromine), Yerba Mate (standardized for Caffeine), di-Methionine, Ginger Root (standardized for Gingerols), Isotherm™ (proprietary blend of Quercetin and Fisetin), Bitter Orange (standardized for Synephrine), DMAE (2-dimethylaminoethanol), Grape Seed Extract, Vitamin C 100 mg, Vitamin B6 10 mg, Pantothenic Acid 12 mg, Magnesium 10 mg.
Xenadrine EFX relies on stimulants in its formula but they are not potent enough to support the weight loss claims made for Xenadrine EFX.
Xenadrine EFX Directions
Take two capsules before breakfast or a morning exercise session, and two capsules in the mid-afternoon with 8 ounces of water.
Xenadrine EFX Side effects
Xenadrine Efx is a stimulant based diet pill with caffeine, which can result in side effects including
• rapid heart rate
• increased blood pressure.
These side effects are common to all fat burners that contain caffeine.
FTC Xenadrine EFX Federal district court complaint
The Federal Trade Commission has filed a federal district court complaint charging the promoters of the popular dietary supplement Xenadrine EFX with making misleading weight loss claims. The complaint names RTC Research and Development ( LLC), alleging that the New Jersey-based company made false and unsubstantiated claims for Xenadrine EFX. These included that it was clinically proven to cause rapid and substantial weight loss, and clinically proven to be more effective than leading ephedrine-based diet products.
According to the complaint, LLC commissioned several studies of Xenadrine EFX, which showed no significant weight loss. The complaint alleges that in one of these studies, subjects taking Xenadrine EFX lost an average of 1.5 pounds over the 10 week study period, while a control group taking a placebo lost an average of 2.5 pounds over the same period.
The consent order requires the respondents to pay $100,000 to the FTC. It also prohibits them from claiming that Xenadrine EFX, or any other substantially similar product, causes rapid and substantial weight or fat loss. In addition it prohibits the claim that any slimming product causes rapid and substantial weight loss without diet or exercise.
Xenadrine EFX diet pill review summary
Neither the manufacturer nor Xenadrine EFX appear to have an official website. Xenadrine EFX is no longer available directly from the manufacturer. Xenadrine EFX’s inflated claims led to a FTC lawsuit, essentially restricting the Xenadrine EFX product claims for weight loss. Xenadrine EFX has many negative testimonials and consumer feedback.
Xenadrine EFX manufacturer contact information
2231 Landmark Place