Expedrine Max Review
Expedrine Max is a diet pill manufactured by SEI Pharmaceuticals. It is marketed as a fat burner that assists with weight loss through increasing energy and metabolism. Since Expedrine Max fat burner contains a large quantity of stimulants, there is no doubt that it will achieve these effects, however it is not known how much they will affect actual weight loss.
The primary ingredients found in Expedrine Max fat burner are synephrine and caffeine. These are the two most common stimulants found in fat burners and other non-prescription diet pills. Unfortunately, the actual amounts of these ingredients used in Expedrine Max diet pills is not disclosed so it is impossible to know if they will cause the effects on energy and metabolism that this product advertises.
Expedrine Max also contains the stimulants theobromine and guarana. Theobromine is a compound found in chocolate and green tea that acts similarly to caffeine, but its effects are weaker. Guarana, on the other hand, contains caffeine and is commonly added to diet pills for this reason.
Aside from all the stimulants, Expedrine Max contains guggulsterones. Guggulsterones are added to many diet pills for their potential ability to stimulate the thyroid, thus increasing metabolism and the body’s ability to burn fat. For guggulsterones to have these effects they need to be taken in dosages of 30-60mg, three times a day. Again, since their amounts in Expedrine Max are not listed, it is impossible to know if their quantities meet these requirements for effectiveness.
Expedrine Max fat burner diet pills retail at $70 USD per bottle that contains 45 servings. At the time of this review, information about how many servings are taken each day was not provided on the official website. This being said, even if it is one serving a day, Expedrine Max is slightly more expensive than other similar fat burners.
One of the main concerns about taking Expedrine Max is that it contains an enormous amount of synephrine and caffeine. Anyone who is sensitive to stimulants, or have a history of high blood pressure or heart problems, should not take these diet pills. Also, fat burners of this nature tend to cause sleep problems, such as insomnia, if taken too late in the day and can cause dehydration. Make sure to drink plenty of water when taking Expedrine Max diet pills and stop taking them immediately if unpleasant side effects arise.
Expedrine Max Product Information
Suggested Use: Not provided.
Ingredients: (Serving Size: 2 Liqui-Gels)
|Proprietary Weight Loss Formulation||1220mg|
|Guarana (22% Caffeine)|
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Oleic Acid, Sesame Oil
Caution: These statements about Expedrine Max diet pills have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Expedrine Max diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.Expedrine Max,