Black Ice Review
Black Ice is known all over the World as the “Granddaddy of all Fat-burners and Energizers.” The Patented Black Ice is so effective in burning excess body fat without diet or exercise, it’s become the most imitated fat loss product on the market.
Despite the marketing for Black Ice that promises rapid weight loss results, there is concern that taking this product may cause serious harm to your health. Black Ice is a member of a group of diet pills that contain ephedrine alkaloids – a powerful metabolism enhancer and fat burner. Despite this ingredients proven efficiency at increasing your body’s ability to burn fat, it also can raise your heart rate and blood pressure to dangerous levels. For this reason, all weight loss products containing ephedra and ephedrine alkaloids have been banned for sale in the United States.
In January 2010, two reports of Black Ice causing cardiac arrest in a 35 year old woman were reported on this Black Ice Review. Although these reports have not been verified for accuracy, they give a caution about this product that should not be ignored. Taking Black Ice diet pills, as with all ephedra diet pills, is not considered a safe method for losing weight despite what the advertising may tell you.
Black Ice Product Information
Suggested Use: Take two caplets 2-3 times daily. Do not exceed 8 caplets in a 24 hour period.
Ingredients: (Per serving: 1 capsule)
|Ephedrine Alkaloids from Herbal Original Formula Extract||25mg|
Caution: These statements about Black Ice have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This diet pill is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Please read about the Ephedra Ban. The safety of ephedra products is currently under review by the FDA. Diet Pills containing ephedra alkaloids are currently banned for sale in the U.S.Black Ice,