I got the Redline Fat Incinerator by VPX Sports (Available at GNC) on sale for about $45.00.
I think the normal price is $65.
It works like any other fat burner, by boosting metabolism. The side affect with this boost, it raises your core body temperature.
On cool days, it didn't bother me, but on hot and humid days is another story. On the upside, it gives you one hell of an energy boost.
I was reccomended this by the GNC staff. I have a low natural metabolism, and it worked well for me.
I will probably keep taking it for the energy gain and to keep the body fat down.
4 out of 5.
- Review submitted by: Marc
VPX Redline Fat Incinerator comes in two forms, liquid and capsules. The liquid form comes in 120 ML bottles and contains the following ingredients:
- 9 Calories
- 1 gram carbohydrate
- .5 grams fat
- 579 mg proprietary combination of: caffeine, evodiamine, N-acetyl L-tyrosine, guggulsterone E & Z, yerba mate, green tea, 5-HTP (5-hydroxy-L-tryptophan), vinpocetine, yohimbine
I'm never a big fan of proprietary blends. Companies get away with this because they can hide the amount of ingredients listed. Supplement companies have a bad habit of using cheap and inexpensive ingredients and using these ingredients as the bulk of their "proprietary forumula".
How much caffeine is added? What about the green tea? This proprietary blend has two ingredients that have been proven to work - caffeine and green tea. How much are you getting? I've never really thought about it before but how much money are you paying for actual working ingredients? I'm not a fan of these types of brands.
According to bodybuilding.com, there are two sizes, 120 ml and 240 ml. A single serving size is 5 ml so there are approximately 24 servings for the 120 ml bottle and 48 for the 240 ml bottle.
The price for the 120 ml bottle is $22.25. Therefore, each serving will cost you $.93.
The price for the 240 ml bottle is $33.39. Each serving will cost you $.69.
This is a little pricey for the listed ingredients. For one, how much of each ingredient are you getting? Is it all caffeine? Maybe it's all evodiamine? I really don't know. Is this a good buy? Well, if you comare this product to something like Extreme Labs Blade Hardcore, you would see that Blade Hardcore is cheaper per serving, contains more servings, contains more active ingredients and it has it's ingredients listed. If I had my choice, I would go with something like Blade Hardcore because it's simply more cost effective.
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