Xenadrine Review

Xenadrine RFA-1 Product Review

Xenadrine RFA-1 is touted as the best-selling fat-burning, weight loss supplement in North America. Question is... is xenadrine rfa-1 really anything to write home about?

Yes, xenadrine rfa-1 is a pretty decent product, but it's really nothing new. It simply contains the same standard ingredients found in any decent fat burner on the market today. That includes Ma Huang (standardized for ephedrine), guarana (for caffeine), bitter orange (for synephrine - similar to ephedrine but with subtler side effects), and white willow bark (salicin).

This product also contains a "Proprietary Thermo Synergist Blend", consisting of L-Tyrosine and L-Carnitine (amino acids), plus Fisetin, Magnesium Phosphate, and DMAE. Canadian visitors take note: the Canadian version of this product will vary slightly due to different government policies dealing with the regulation of such supplements. The packaging is all the same, but the ingredients *are* different. (I agree -- this is misleading, but double-check the label!).

The heart of this product lies in the ephedrine/caffeine/aspirin stack that has been used by bodybuilders for ages. Yes, this stack is effective, and has been proven to be so.

But there IS a dark side.

Ephedrine is a fairly serious stimulant, and may be dangerous for those with heart problems, high blood pressure or diabetes, liver, thyroid, or psychiatric diseases. It's often marketed as an over-the counter decongestant. It's this same drug that is a major component in the formulation of the notorious biker drug, methamphetamine, or crank. Since ephedrine is often derived from it's herbal equivalents, (Ma Huang, Sida Cordifolia, Country Mallow), products containing ephedrine are often described as all-natural, and therefore healthy. The fact that the ephedrine is derived from all-natural sources doesn't make it any less of a health hazard for certain individuals.

I have used xenadrine rfa-1 and other ephedrine-based products on numerous occasions, and have found them to be *very* effective -- especially when combined with an appropriate diet and exercise program. In comparison to FDA approved weight loss drugs like dexfenfluramine and fen/phen (fenfluramine/phentermine), which have been found to exhibit serious side effects, ephedrine seems a suitable alternative.

If you wish to try a thermogenic (fat burning) cocktail, there are a few things you must know...

First and foremost, please double check with your doctor before starting out with any ephedrine-based product. Read the product label carefully, and never exceed the recommended dosage.

Second... remember, any weight loss supplement only works properly in conjunction with a proper diet and regular exercise.

Xenadrine rfa1 is not a magic pill. It is not a miracle solution. Unless you are willing to make the appropriate changes to your diet and lifestyle, this product will do little more than empty your pocketbook. However, if you are looking for a good quality fat burner with all the proven ingredients, this product is definitely worth a try.

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