Hydroxycut Green Tea Review
Though not one of the original lucky 13 products that Hydroxycut recalled in May 2009 following an FDA warning about the risk of liver and/or kidney damage due to their use, Hydroxycut Green Tea appears to have been discontinued and is no longer in stock with most major distributors. It can still be found online, but is it worth looking into as a diet pill now?
HydroxyCut Green Tea Ingredients
As you might imagine, the primary ingredient here is green tea, though it does contain other kinds of tea and a few other herbal stimulants.
Premium Green tea extract – 1000 mg- standardized for
- 678 mg polyphenols
- 563 mg catechins
- 338 mg EGCG
- 20 mg caffeine
(Yes, we know that catechins are a type of polyphenol. We’re just telling you want the company says about the product)
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- Cissus quadrangularis extract
- Caffeine anhydrous
- Black tea extract
- White tea extract
- Wu long tea extract
- Rooibos tea extract (aspalathus linearis)
- Guarana (45 mg caffeine).
HydroxyCut Green Tea Marketing
Though all the marketing content out there is old stuff (since the product was discontinued), it is basically timeless, which is to say that some things never change. This is every basic diet supplement you’ll ever see:
- Burn Fat & Calories Fast
- Increase Metabolism
- Clinically Proven Ingredients
HydroxyCut Green Tea Price
Originally priced at a modest $15, it now sells for $10 per package.
HydroxyCut Green Tea Guarantee
Since it is no longer manufactured, there is no guarantee or return policy.
HydroxyCut Green Tea Conclusion
For $10 this would seem to be a decent little green tea supplement, except when you start thinking about why it may have been discontinued. This isn’t the best green tea supplement we’ve seen and we wouldn’t take Hydroxycut at its word that this product was ever worth it.