Hydroxycut Gummies Review

The name “Hydroxycut” is almost synonymous with weight loss these days. After all, Hydroxycut is the #1 player in the industry, with more than 1 million products sold every year.

Now Hydroxycut has captured dieters’ attention again with its latest product, Hydroxycut Gummies. Formulated to help you lose weight without stimulants or nausea-inducing diet pills, Hydroxycut Gummies promise to deliver all the benefits you’d see with an oral supplement.

Can a few gummies really be as powerful as standard diet pills, though? I’m determined to find out.

Why Gummies?

I was curious if there was an advantage to using weight loss gummies rather than a traditional oral supplement.

All the ingredients found in Hydroxycut Gummies are the same as those found in other Hydroxycut products and, at least in theory, should work the same way.

But if you’re someone who hates swallowing pills or struggles to remember dosing amounts and instructions, gummies may offer a no-hassle solution. Or if you get an upset stomach after swallowing pills, Hydroxycut Gummies are targeted at you.

What’s in the Hydroxycut Gummies Formula?

If you’re a Hydroxycut aficionado, the Hydroxycut Gummies nutrition label won’t look too new to you. In fact, it seems to be almost an exact copy of Hydroxycut Caffeine Free.

Hydroxycut Gummies use the same core formula found in many Hydroxycut products. Ingredients like lady’s mantle, cumin, and wild mint improve digestion, which may promote nutrient absorption and a faster metabolism. Cumin also works as a diuretic to help you lose water weight.

Other ingredients like acerola and blueberry increase energy, helping you get on the treadmill or out the door to the gym.

Finally, pomegranate, goji, bilberry, and olive contain important antioxidants to keep you healthy while you lose weight. They also prevent obesity-related complications like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart attack, and stroke.

Separately, these ingredients don’t seem to do much to promote weight loss. However, Hydroxycut makers claim together they synergize to trigger lasting weight loss. It’s hard to believe a company like Hydroxycut could get so popular if their products didn’t work, but it would be nice to see a little more concrete evidence for these claims.

Furthermore, I’m not impressed by the nutrition facts on Hydroxycut Gummies. Containing 90 calories per daily dose, Hydroxycut Gummies outweigh similar serving sizes of gummy bears, Tootsie rolls, and Starbursts in the calorie department. They also contain 14 grams of carbs and 6 grams of sugar.

Hydroxycut Gummies may help you lose some modest weight through increased energy expenditure, but you’ll be trading that for quite a few calories and carbs.

Will There Be Any Side Effects?

Hydroxycut claims a low side effect risk is a major benefit to using Hydroxycut Gummies. Indeed, there don’t seem to be any stimulants in this formula. However, that doesn’t mean Hydroxycut Gummies are completely side effect-free.

I’ll go over each ingredient again to discuss potential side effects.

Lady’s Mantle: Some researchers believe liver damage may be possible, though others dispute these claims
Olive: May decrease blood sugar
Cumin: Also can decrease blood sugar
Wild Mint: Not enough information on potential side effects to determine safety
Goji: Possible nausea and vomiting; may be unsafe with liver medication
Acerola: Nausea, stomach cramps, sleepiness, and insomnia
Blueberry: May lower blood sugar
Pomegranate: Generally side effect-free, but can interfere with liver medication
Bilberry: May lower blood sugar when taken in small doses

It seems Hydroxycut was right about their product—there’s not much here to be concerned about. However, since many ingredients lower blood sugar, you should check with your doctor if you take diabetes medication before starting with Hydroxycut Gummies.

How Much Do Hydroxycut Gummies Cost?

If Hydroxycut Gummies sound like something you want to try, you have a few options for purchasing. The official website, Hydroxycut.com, sells Hydroxycut Gummies for $24.99 per 60-gummy bottle. Unfortunately, because the bottle lasts only 10 days if you take the full dosage, you’re essentially paying $2.49 a day to use Hydroxycut Gummies.

However, there are less expensive options elsewhere. Here’s a look at a few online bargains:






Are Hydroxycut Gummies Worth Trying?

There isn’t anything essentially new here, other than the gummy form. If past Hydroxycut products have worked for you and you’d prefer to take gummies instead of pills, these may be a good option for you.

Otherwise, I would look elsewhere for a less expensive product with more scientifically-verified ingredients.

2 Hydroxycut Gummies Reviews

  1. curious's Review

    can you take these if you are on a low carb diet?

  2. sar's Review

    I love these. I’m in week two and I see a big difference on the back of my legs, upper waist like above belly button, arms and shoulder area. What I love about them is that its no longer a stimulant because I already have anxiety issues so I can easily take it, unlike the old formula. I am actually able to drink green tea so I think im going to start to drink green tea as well just to see if does even more. I haven’t changed my diet really at all…I know that sounds incredibly lazy but I am more conscious of the amount I eat. side effects well I noticed I go #2 more regularly which to me is a good thing. I did notice a floater which by the way is a first for me…so not sure what that means , I think it means theres fat in there right? I have taken carb blockers before and that has never happened. I have never gotten results like this ever. I saw results in 3 days. I don’t even take them before meals I just take them every 4 hrs after waking up. I seriously cant wait to see results after 3 months I am so excited. I have also noticed if you do like 10 sit ups , the next day you feel like you did 100 and your abs still burn almost like if you activate an area it continues to work on it even if you haven’t. I really like this stuff and I am so glad that I payed the 20 bucks to try it.

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