We’ve always got our ears to the ground when it comes to finding the best supplements out there and so we were keen to hear more about Pro Clinica by MuscleTech.
It’s claimed to help you in multiple ways by using a selection of ingredients to support you on your journey.
Pro Clinical Hydroxycut is meant to be one of the most popular supplements on the market and is said to have sold more than 100 million bottles.
So, does this product live up to its billing or is your money spent on another supplement?
Let’s kick off our Pro Clinical Hydroxycut review to find out.
Pro Clinical Hydroxycut claims to be one of the most popular supplements on the market right now.
According to the official website, it’s designed to work in three main ways to support you on your journey.
This sounds good to us, because the leading supplements on the market tend to have been formulated to work by helping you in multiple ways.
Hydroxycut Pro Clinical uses a number of plant extracts and Caffeine to help support your goals. But is this product all it’s cracked up to be?
Let’s take a look at the ingredients it uses to find out.
Let’s kick this section off by taking a close look at the ingredients label of Pro Clinical Hydroxycut.
As you can no doubt see for yourself, this supplement uses seven different ingredients to help you on your journey.
The slightly disappointing thing we noticed right away was the fact that this particular product uses something called a proprietary blend.
This is when the ingredients are masked in an overall ‘blend’ by the manufacturer, meaning that we don’t know the individual doses of what’s in the product.
We believe in full transparency, and feel that there is no excuse for supplement manufacturers not to show the full ingredients list with doses in this day and age.
Let’s now focus on the top ingredients in Pro Clinical Hydroxycut.
• Caffeine Anhydrous – This is one of our top rated ingredients. We always like to see it used in supplements in this category. This is one of the few ingredients we know the doses of. Each serving contains 200mg, which is a solid amount.
• Robusta Coffee Extract – This is essentially the same thing as Green Coffee Bean Extract. It’s rich in a substance called Chlorogenic Acid. This is a solid ingredient in our opinion.
• Papaya – This is an interesting inclusion. We’ve never seen Papaya used in a supplement like this before, and we’re not too convinced about its potential. We’re not too convinced about its use in this particular supplement, if we’re being honest.
• Blackberry – Again, this is not something we’ve found in many similar supplements before. There are some claims about various touted benefits of Blackberries online. But there doesn’t seem to be much scientific research into this.
• Saffron Extract – This is another interesting inclusion. Again, we’ve not seen it used in many supplements before, but there are some studies that suggest that saffron may be effective for certain things. We’re not wholly convinced though.
There are a few more ingredients in Pro Clinical Hydroxycut as seen on the label, but those are the most important ones to take note of.
Pro Clinical Hydroxycut contains a couple of decent ingredients, but there are also a lot of things missing from this product in our opinion, which leaves it some way short of the best products out there right now.
Firstly, it was disappointing not to find any Cayenne Pepper in this supplement. Cayenne is one of our favorite ingredients and you’ll find it in a lot of the similar supplements out there right now.
It was also a shame that Pro Clinical Hydroxycut doesn’t contain any Glucomannan. Glucomannan is a dietary fiber which comes from the root of the Konjac plant, and is commonly used in the top supplements in this category.
You can check out our updated guide to the best five supplements on the market right now by clicking on the link below.
The main thing to look out for when it comes to supplements in this category is the potential overuse of stimulants such as Caffeine.
Too much caffeine can cause unwanted negative effects such as energy crashes or the jitters.
Pro Clinical Hydroxycut contains 200mg of Caffeine per two capsules. If you’re taking the maximum dose, that adds up to 400mg of Caffeine a day which may be too much for some people.
We’d have preferred to see Hydroxycut use a maximum dose of Caffeine of 300mg.
Each bottle of Pro Clinical Hydroxycut contains 60 capsules.
That means that if you stick to the highest recommended dose of four capsules per day, one bottle will only last you for 15 days. This is too short in our opinion. We think supplements should be sold in month-long supplies.
The directions say that you should start off with one capsules taken with a glass of water two times per day, and approximately 30 to 60 minutes before your two main meals.
They then say that you can eventually increase your dose to servings of two capsules, twice a day, after having taken the supplement for four days.
We much prefer supplements that have simple and regular dosage instructions.
At the time of writing this post, Pro Clinical Hydroxycut had an average rating of 3.1 stars out of 5 on Amazon.
One customer said that it worked really well for them, but they only took two capsules per day in total.
However, one person said that it make them very sick.
Someone else warned not to waste their money on the supplement because it gave them a headache.
No. We do not rate Pro Clinical Hydroxycut as coming anywhere near the leading supplements on the market right now.
We really don’t like the fact that it uses a proprietary blend and the fact that it doesn’t contain many of our favorite ingredients just makes it worse.
You can see our guide to the best five supplements on the market right now by checking out the link below.
As we always like to remind our readers, there is no such thing as a “magic pill” when it comes to losing fat.
No matter what any supplement claims to do, you should always first make sure that you’re training hard and eating right before trying to use a new product.
That being said, if you’ve already got your diet and training program on point, then a quality fat metabolizer supplement can help to support you on your journey.
So, that wraps up our Pro Clinical Hydroxycut review.
Overall, we don’t rate this particular product very highly.
It uses a proprietary blend, which we never like to see, and is missing too many of our favorite ingredients.
Remember that you can check out our updated guide to the best five supplements on the market right now by visiting the link below.
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