Hydroxycut Drops Review

by The Diet Critic on December 28, 2017

Hydroxycut Drops Review
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Not every weight loss management aid on the market comes in the form of a pill and Hydroxycut Drops is one of these products that doesn’t. Instead of being in the form of a diet pill tablet, capsule or caplet, this is a liquid product that is squirted into water. It has been designed to boost energy and metabolism, deliver mental focus and help with weight loss.

The ingredients in Hydroxycut Drops, when this review was written, included the following: Green Coffee Beat Extract (200 mg), and Caffeine (50 mg). The listed amounts for these two ingredients represent an approximate 2/3 tsp serving size, which is equivalent to 1 serving (or 1 squirt) Users are directed to squirt 1 serving in water and drink two times per day, 30 to 60 minutes before their two biggest meals. Users who would like an added boost of energy can squirt 2 servings (approximately 1 1/3tsp) in water instead of only 1. Users are cautioned not to exceed more than 2 servings in a 4-hour period or 4 servings within a 24 hour period.


On the plus side, Hydroxycut Drops taste like fruit punch and the flavor is supposedly very appealing. Moreover, it’s only 10 calories and is easy to take with you on the go. As an added bonus, it is easy to take for individuals who have a problem swallowing pills. Some early research has found that green coffee may affect how the body handles metabolism and blood sugar, which may be beneficial to weight loss. More specifically, it is the specific green coffee extract (Svetol) that appears to have a potential beneficial effect for aiding in weight management. This specific type is used in Hydroxycut Drops. As for caffeine, it has been proven to help improve mental alertness and can also boost fat burning, particularly when combined with exercise. Research has also found that it may help to suppress appetite in some people.


Hydroxycut Drops contain caffeine, which may cause adverse reactions in some people. The most common side effects associated with taking stimulants like caffeine include (but are not limited to): jitters, anxiety, headache, upset stomach, sleep disturbances, insomnia, rapid heartbeat, etc. While taking this product, it would be wise to watch your caffeine intake and you should also not take Hydroxycut Drops too close to bedtime to avoid sleep problems.

In terms of its efficacy, while the ingredients in this dietary supplement have been studied, the product itself has not. Furthermore, neither of these ingredients have been scientifically proven to cause weight loss. Consult your healthcare provider before taking this product to be on the safe side.

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