No, I’m not talking about the ephedra laced Hydroxycut that actually works, I’m talking about the ephedra-free Hydroxycut products that are supposed to be safe. Yeah, not so safe.
Hydroxycut products are marketed as inexpensive, energy-enhancing fat-burners. They do work to some extent. Hydroxycut will definitely increase your energy, but at what cost to your body?
Why Hydroxycut Was Recalled
- 23 reports of serious liver injuries
- liver damage
- elevated liver enzymes
- reports of jaundice
- liver transplants
- confirmed as the cause of death in a 19 year old male
- cardiovascular problems
- rhabdomyolysis – serious muscle damage directly linked to kidney failure