BPI Sports RX6 Review
BPI Sports RX6 Review
BPI Sports RX6 would best be categorized as an extreme diet pill. What’s the difference between extreme and average diet pills? Extreme diet pills are usually heavy on the stimulant side and will give you an extra kick. On the negative side, extreme diet pills are usually loaded with side effects. Probably the same people downing red peppers at the local Mexicanrestaurantare the people that will like extreme diet pills. Not all extreme diet pills are riddled with side effects although this is the exception and not the general rule. Are extreme diet pills for you? That depends. Do you have a high tolerance for caffeine and other stimulants? Do you spend a lot of time at the gym? Unless you answered yes to both of these questions, a normal diet pill will be better for you than an extreme one.
How does BPI Sports RX6 rate among extreme diet pills? Compared to other extreme diet pills, BPI Sports RX6 is heavy on the stimulants and caffeine. If you like high dosages of caffeine, you will probably like the RX6. There is 300 milligrams of caffeine in one serving. 300 milligrams of caffeine can produce tolerance and badwithdrawalsymptoms. Let’s take a closer look at BPI Sports RX6.
What’s in BPI Sports RX6?
Proprietary blends suck. They make judging the effectiveness of a diet pill nearly impossible. They can also be misleading. Case in point, the Methylcore Burning Blend in BPI Sports RX6. Among the ingredients in Methylcore Burning Blend include:
- green tea
- cassia nomame
- ginseng extract
- dandelion root
- uva ursi
On paper this proprietary blend looks great. Caffeine, green tea, and ginseng are all solid ingredients that can significantly help weight loss efforts. But further research reveals a different story. There are 360 milligrams in the blend. 300 of these milligrams are caffeine (which is way too much). This leaves only 60 milligrams for the other ingredients. 60 milligrams is hardly enough to be a sufficient dosage for any other ingredient in the blend, let alone 5 other ingredients. So although BPI RX6 advertises its inclusion of green tea, ginseng, dandelion root, and uva ursi. In reality it doesn’t contain nearly high enough dosages of any of them.
BPI Sports RX6 also contains the 6-in-1 Fat Burning Blend. The 6 ingredients are:
- thiamine disulfide
- yohimbe hcl
On paper, this appears to be a potent blend. Yohimbe and synephrine are both quality fat burners. However, the proprietary blends make it impossible to discern if there is enough of any of the ingredients to make a difference. There could be, but there is no way of knowing.
Is BPI Sports RX6 safe?
Common side effects include headaches, anxiety, insomnia, the jitters, nausea, rapid breathing, abdominal pain.
How much is BPI Sports RX6?
The RX6 can be purchased online for around $30. There is no money back guarantee. Unless you love getting hopped up on caffeine, BPI Sports RX6 is not worth purchasing.