Hydroxycut Reviews: All Our Hydroxycut Reviews In One Place!
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As you know, Hydroxycut is one of the best known brand names in the “over the counter” fat burner and diet pill category. Muscle Tech started the phenomenon years ago with the original ephedra-based version of the product but since then there have been seemingly endless variations—some specifically designed for women, some “hardcore”, and some with popular ancillary ingredients and so on.
Because of this brand’s popularity, of course, we’ve tried to review as many versions as possible and over the years have compiled a significant list of hydroxycut reviews. To make things simpler for you, we’ve opted to deliver all of them in a single, easy-to-use-easy-to-access location.
That would be here. 😉
Hydroxycut Shape for Women: The newest “designed for women” fat burner from Muscle Tech. Click here to read the Shape review!
Hydroxycut Max for Women: Most of the time, “designed for women” means “half as strong and twice and expensive”. Not in this case. Hydroxycut Max is very strong stuff, and not recommended for anyone with high blood pressure or heart troubles. Click here to read the Max review!
Hydroxycut Hardcore Pro Series: The “Pro Series” of Hydroxycut Hardcore replaces the old “hardcore” product with a “new and improved” version. Or so says the advertising. We dissect the formula and report—click here to read the review!
Hydroxycut Hardcore: A relatively simple yet potent formula, popular with consumers for the “boost” it provides. Click here to read the Hydroxycut hardcore review!
Original Hydroxycut (with Ephedra – discontinued): Here’s the review of the original, ephedra-based Hydroxycut that “made” the Hydroxycut brand. To many, it was the quintessential fat burner. It’s now discontinued, of course, since retailers can no longer legally add ephedra to their products. You, however, can still read the review!
Hydroxycut Hardcore X: This “improvement” on the regular hardcore formula never really took off. And for good reason… it offers a lackluster formula, with a ton of under-dosed and seemingly irrelevant ingredients. Click here for the review!
Hydroxycut (Ephedra free): The original version of the product, re-formulated to comply with the updated ephedra laws—the review is here!
Hydroxycut Advanced: As of the time of this writing (Jan ’11), this is the most current “generic” (i.e. for “everyone”) version of hydroxycut that is available—the review is here!
HydroxyStim: This is MuscleTech’s rather late entry into the world of DMAA (1-3 Dimethylamylamine) based stimulants. It’s a potent product… whether it remains legal for long is another question. Read the HydroxyStim review here!