Hydravax is a diuretic supplement that has been known to help kick start the weight loss journey with a little loss of water weight, and it is made by Metabolic Nutrition. By a little, I mean this is all the diet pill can do is handle water weight, so you are essentially dehydrating yourself with this diet product. They claim to lower your water weight without altering your electrolyte levels, if they get low you will cramp.* No cramping is supposed to happen with taking Hydravax, and they claim that the pill has a powerful formula to shed the body of any unwanted water. They do not have a support line to call in directly to Hydravax, but the distributor Metabolic Nutrition has a line to call and that number is 954-533-9256. When calling into their support line I asked about their money-back guarantee, and it is only 30 days from when you order. This gives you little to no time to try the product out, to see if it really works for you. At least that answered the phone, to my surprise!
The ingredients in the Hydravax diet pill are: Dandelion Root, Uva Ursi, Green Tea, Caffeine Anhydrous, Juniper, Corn Silk, Buchu, Meridextrine, MCMC, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, Titanium Dioxide, Couch Grass, and Cranberry Powder.*
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Hydravax?
This question remains hopeful for just a short time, as the weight may come off but the problem of keeping it off long term creeps back in without the pill in your system. It is a short-term solution to bloat, and should not be used as a long-term solution to dieting. This pill may be good if you have a function to go to and your belly just won’t stop bulging. This pill has side effects of frequent urination, as it is a strong diuretic. It won’t be good for your body to take this product long-term as it will not work in your weight loss journey.
It was extremely difficult to find any outside reviews on this product, especially when their own website had zero reviews on the product to begin with. The website showed a sloppy presentation, thus making their diet pill seem like a not so effective option when looking to lose weight. People are just not talking about Hydravax as the best diet product on the market, and maybe because it really isn’t doing its job.
Is Hydravax Easy To Follow?
This pill couldn’t be easier to follow, as you only have to take one or two pills orally and that’s it. There has been word from some customers that you will need to ease yourself into taking two, as this has been too much for some people right off the bat. For the most part however, there is not much to this diet program. For one bottle of the supplement you will pay around $20.00 for 30 capsules.
Their “Science” center on the website is nothing more than articles for the casual reader. It does not really break down why the ingredients are meant to help a dieter lose weight and keep it off for the long haul. Side effects have been said to be increased heart rate, dehydration, and dizziness when taking this product. They do more talking than actually showing you why the product is effective. For example: When asked about their scientific studies they said: “There are several studies supporting each of the ingredients in Hydravax as well as studies showing the effects of combining several ingredients. The scientific team at Metabolic Nutrition is constantly testing ingredients and analyzing research, as well as each product is fully tested using trial groups to ascertain efficacy and potency of the end product. All products are batch tested, and follow GMP guidelines both in the developing and manufacturing processes.”*
This diet product is rather boring, and does not stand out as an actual remedy for weight loss. All it does is dehydrate your body and get rid of temporary water. This is not something I would invest my time, or money in when looking to lose real weight. Metabolic Nutrition has social media pages, but Hydravax is almost like the ugly stepsister and is rarely mentioned. Even the products they do endorse are not getting hardly any likes or reposts sadly, making these products undesirable when initially looking into buying them.
The product is somewhat sketchy, and does not meet any needs for actual dieters looking to lose actual fat, which will serve them better down the road. There is no approving a pill that aims to only dehydrate the body, and it also has been said to give people cramping which in the marketing tools it says it won’t do. They go back on their word, which is why this diet pill can’t really be considered a “diet” product in the end.
*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.
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*Individual results will vary.