Zero-Stim $35

Zero-Stim

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Zero-Stim is a product by ALR Industries that used to be known as Venom Special Tactic. Though this product is not being sold on the manufacturer’s official website, it is readily available on third party sites across the internet. It is marketed as a weight loss supplement that claims to allow for faster fat burning without the use of any stimulants. Stimulant free fat burners are a highly desired product in the weight loss marketplace, but just because a company claims that its product will work, it doesn’t mean that it has necessarily achieved that goal.

At the time that this review was written, the average full price of Zero-Stim was $62.99 online, though it was nearly always found at sale prices that were approximately $35. This indicates that the average price of the product is likely the sale price and that the “full” price is a markup to make it look as though there is a deal to be found.

That said, regardless of what the price may be, it is only a good deal if the product actually works well and is safe to use. To help to know whether or not that is the case, it is important to have a look at the ingredients in the formula. They include, vitamin B12, and a “Stimulant Free Proprietary Matrix” of theobroma cacao extract (12 percent OEA), polygonum, multiflorum proprietary extract of palmitic acid, berginin, green tea extract (45 percent EGCG), as well as other substances such as hoodia gordonii and piperine. There are other ingredients to make up this formula, as well.

What should send up red flags right away is the fact that there are substances within the product that include naturally occurring caffeine. As caffeine is a stimulant, this works against the entire notion that this is a stimulant free product. As this is a proprietary formula, there is no way to know how much it actually contains, but some of its top ingredients – for example, green tea extract – do contain caffeine. The effect of any of the ingredients that include stimulants may be increased due to the inclusion of piperine, which is believed to boost the way that the body absorbs other ingredients within a formulation.

Another red flag may be raised at the sight of Hoodia Gordonii within the ingredients list. The reason is that while this has been greatly hyped as an appetite suppressant – though this product is designed to be a fat burner and thermogenic – it has never been tested on humans for its effectiveness in weight loss and for its safety by any reputable scientific process that has been published. In fact, the Mayo Clinic has released a list of substances that have doubtful claims, and hoodia is among them.

Overall, it is likely better to move on to another product that is more likely to be able to live up to its claims and that makes more trustworthy promises about what it contains.

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