Zantrex-3 is marketed as a ‘hardcore’ diet pill that will provide ‘rapid weight loss’ and ‘incredible energy’. This caffeine packed pill is sure to provide you with the energy. It actually sounds as though the marketing team for Zantrex-3 took WAY too much of their own product when creating the extremely annoying commercial ad. It essentially yells at you the whole time (I’m not exaggerating, go find it). The ad itself is enough for me to laugh at these folks and walk away. But since this is a review, we’ll try to give you a more complete view of what Zantrex-3 has (or doesn’t have) to offer.
Proprietary Blend (1312 mg)
- Yerba Mate
- Green Tea
- Piper Nigum
- Tibetan Ginseng
- Panax Ginseng
- Maca Root
- Cocoa Nut
- Kola Nut
- Thea Sinensis Complex
Yerba Mate, Guarana, Damiana – Studies have shown when these three herbs are combined that it acts as an effective appetite suppressant.
Caffeine - A stimulant, caffeine has been shown to effectively help you lose weight. As a stimulant, however, you should take caution when supplementing with caffeine as it has a number of bad side effects. It is also addictive.
Green Tea – Another effective diet pill ingredient, it has been shown to increase your metabolic rate.
The other ingredients don’t really have much going for them.
Note: It appears that Zantrex-3 has a high load of stimulants (caffeine, guarana, etc.) This is also apparent since they make it look like you can break through brick walls when taking Zantrex-3. As such, we warn against taking such a stimulant-loaded pill. If it is anything like what Zantrex-3 markets it as (which I’m not sure that I’d buy it) then such a pill can’t possibly be healthy.
In addition, they hide it all in a proprietary blend, so we don’t know how much of each ingredient is actually in the pill.
Wow. As already mentioned, they use insanely annoying ads that scream “Zantrex-3″ until my ears want to bleed. It just seems to me that they’re trying to load a bunch of kids up with caffeine and make a big doing it. Just my impressions though. Their website itself provides very little information about what the product even is (I had to find the ingredients on a different website).
It appears that the makers of Zantrex-3 is a company called Basic Research (Zoller Labratories). They are also the makers of Leptopril and Leptoprin (which also got horrible reviews). Basic Research has a chequered past, having been fined by the FTC among other things.
$49.00 per bottle.
No guarantee at all. Not a surprise.
If you want to be up all night with the jitters and don’t care much about your health, then go ahead and try Zantrex-3. Otherwise, be smart and look for a diet pill that provides more than just a bunch of caffeine for an expensive price and that yells at you in its commercials.