Hydroxyburn Clinical is a fat burner product from Australian based supplement company, Bodyscience.
You may have already read our piece on HydroxyBurn Hardcore and gotten a flavour of the company and the kind of fat loss products it puts out.
However, we’re back with the newer and sexier fat burner the company has put out – Hydroxyburn Clinical.
The recipe is different, the packaging is different, we hoped the results would be different. Good different.
We investigated further…
What Is HydroxyBurn Clinical?
Firstly, the “clinical” thing is a bit of a reach. Supplement companies often put this, either in the product name or the flabby hype they write about it.
We’ve come to the conclusion that “clinical”, used correctly, should basically mean they used doses that have been proven by clinical trials on humans. Some companies do, but it’s a rare thing.
Secondly, let’s see the other benefits BodyScience are promising:
- Reduce Cortisol levels – this, they say, is meant to stimulate fat burning, which it might do if there was a significant cortisol reducing agent in the formula. High cortisol levels can lead us to store fat.
- Contains Blueness, and premium quality at that – this is lemon balm; something which may or may not relax you and improve some of your cognitive processes
- Improves Focus
- Improves Memory
- Supports Thermogenesis
Thermogenesis is a fat-burning process. The usual ingredients used are caffeine, green tea, guarana, which are the ones found in this product.
Ingredients in HydroxyBurn Clinical
The following ingredients are in 1 capsule of Hydroxy Burn Clinical. The daily total recommended by BodyScience is 2 capsules, so double the below amounts.
525mg – Bluenesse Melissa Officinalis (lemon balm)
500mg – Guarana
12.5mg – Green Tea
50mg – Caffeine
450mcg – Chromium
12.5mg – Vitamin B6
12.5mg – Vitamin B2
15mcg – Iodine
25mg – Vitamin B3
Total caffeine from all sources is 114mg in a single pill. Like a strong cup of coffee.
This formula basically boils down to caffeine, chromium, lemon balm and some B vitamins. Is that enough for some effects? Maybe some mild ones, but nothing to write home about, in our opinion.
Side Effects and Health Issues
Despite this being a fairly easy-going product, there are still some people who should exercise caution and not use HydroxyBurn Clinical.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid this type of product entirely. People taking prescription meds and those with a medical condition should consult their doctor before using a fat burner with these ingredients.
Most people will be fine, and only caffeine-sensitive people might experience some discomfort with the caffeine but it shouldn’t be more than a little dizziness or nausea.
Purchasing Options and Recommendations
Bodyscience is an Australian company, so it’s available at all the usual supplements stores there; Mr Supplement, Nutrition Warehouse etc.
We would give it a miss though. It’s not particularly effective and doesn’t come close to some of the competition in the same price range.
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