Pro Clinical Hydroxycut Review
People tend to migrate towards names and brands they’ve heard before, which is why Pro Clinical Hydroxycut is receiving so much attention. Trouble is, popularity is not always a sure bet that the product is safe and effective.
The makers of Pro Clinical Hydroxycut claim their product will lead to weight loss. I don’t disagree that it could be effective, but I’m curious to see if it’s a top diet pill, like Abidexin is.
Let’s compare Pro Clinical Hydroxycut to Abidexin and see what we can find out.
Pro Clinical Hydroxycut is made up of these three ingredient blends, which total 340 mg per serving:
HydroxyBoost – caffeine anhydrous
Hydroxyprovia – alchemilla vulgaris, olea europaea, cuminum cyminum, and mentha longifolia
Hydroxagen – acerola concentrate, goji extract, blueberry, pomegranate, and bilberry extract.
Clinical studies show that caffeine anhydrous can help reduce cravings, increase fat burning, and raise energy. It burns fat by stimulating thermogenesis, which causes your body to burn calories instead of storing them. A safe, effective dose is 200-400 mg a day.
The four herbs in Hydroxyprovia have been tested together and proven to boost metabolism and reduce hunger. However, it’s very important that the correct doses are used. Coincidentally, Abidexin has these same four ingredients, and it uses them in the correct doses.
Hydroxagen has an assortment of fruits which are all high in antioxidants. These can eliminate free radicals and toxins from the body, to help improve health. They have not been clinically proven to burn fat.
Is This an Effective Formula?
An effective diet pill has two things: clinically proven ingredients and the correct doses. Pro Clinical Hydroxycut does have 5 clinically proven ingredients, but I’m not sure if it has the correct doses of these. On the other hand, all of Abidexin’s ingredients have been clinically proven and they’re used in the proven doses.
Pro Clinical Hydroxycut could still be effective, but I’m not as confident in it as I am in a product like Abidexin.
Will It Cause Side Effects?
The more caffeine Pro Clinical Hydroxycut has, the more likely it is to cause side effects like jitteriness, increased heart rate, insomnia, and sweating. Unfortunately, I have no idea what dose of caffeine is used.
I do think there is a chance that Pro Clinical Hydroxycut will cause side effects for people who are sensitive to caffeine. And I did find reports of side effects in customer reviews.
Abidexin only has 100 mg of caffeine per serving, which is less than most diet pills have. It still might cause side effects for some users; but once again, I feel more confident in Abidexin than in Pro Clinical Hydroxycut because I know what doses the former diet pill uses.
What Rating Does It Receive?
On GNC.com, Pro Clinical Hydroxycut received an average rating of 3.6 stars out of 5 from 17 users. Fifty-nine percent of those users said they would recommend it to others.
On Walgreens.com, the average rating given by 26 users was 3.9 stars out of 5; and on Bodybuilding.com, Pro Clinical Hydroxycut got 6.1 stars out of 10 from 11 users.
Users who like Pro Clinical Hydroxycut say it works quickly and helped them lose weight. People who rated the product negatively did so because it caused side effects and was ineffective for them.
Abidexin has received some negative reviews–no diet pill is perfect. However, I’ve seen it get a significantly larger amount of positive reviews.
Is Pro Clinical Hydroxycut Easy to Use?
I was a little surprised to see that users think Pro Clinical Hydroxycut is easy to use, because that wasn’t my first impression. You have to take 2 capsules, 2-3 times every day; and you have to build up a tolerance to it. Here is the schedule that users typically follow:
• Days 1-2: Take 1 capsules, 2x a day
• Days 3-4: Take 2 capsules, 2x a day
• Day 5 and Beyond: Take 2 capsules, 3x a day
The best time to take these capsules is 30 minutes before a meal. Don’t take them within 5 hours of bedtime, or the caffeine could interfere with your sleep.
From my research, I found that most people who lost weight while using Pro Clinical Hydroxycut followed a healthy diet and exercise program. If want to improve your results while using this product, I recommend doing the same.
Initially, Pro Clinical Hydroxycut seems affordable:
• Walgreens.com – $19.99
• Bodybuilding.com – $20.99
• GNC.com – $23.99
These prices are for a box of 72 Rapid-Release Caplets. If you take the recommended 6 capsules a day, each box will last for 12 days; which means you’ll need 2.5 boxes to have a month supply ($49.97-$59.97).
So, Pro Clinical Hydroxycut really isn’t as affordable as it seems. In fact, it costs more than Abidexin, which costs between $40 and $50 for one bottle with a month supply.
I couldn’t find a retailer who offers a money back guarantee for Pro Clinical Hydroxycut.
I don’t suggest that you try Pro Clinical Hydroxycut for a few reasons: I don’t know if it has safe, effective doses of each ingredient. It doesn’t receive as high of ratings as some other diet pills do. And it doesn’t come with a guarantee.
Instead, I recommend Abidexin. It has clinically proven ingredients and doses. It is highly-recommended by users. And the official website offers a 90-day 100% money back guarantee, so you can try it risk free.
If you’ve used Pro Clinical Hydroxycut, please tell me what you think about it. Would you recommend it to others?