ProC3G Review

by The Diet Critic on January 11, 2017

ProC3G review
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Do you want to cut down on your belly fat? Would you like to have stronger and firmer, arms, legs and glutes? According to the manufacturers of ProC3G, you can achieve these goals by using this weight loss supplement. ProC3G is said to shutdown fat storage, elevate energy and mood all day long and helps you lose body fat while maintaining lean body mass. At the time that this review was written, the official product site claimed that ProC3G “is a clinically proven supplement.”

The ingredients in this product include: Vitamin B12 (1000mcg) and a Proprietary Blend composed of 449mg of Glucoronolactone, Guarana (22% caffeine), and Caffeine Anhydrous as well as 179mg of ProC3G Cyanidin-3-Glusoside. Two capsules make up the size of one serving.

The recommended dose is to take 2 capsules per day with your pre-workout meal or upon waking up before breakfast. It is recommended that those who have sensitivity to caffeine should start by taking 1 capsule per day to assess their tolerance before taking the maximum 2 pill per day dose. This product works best when used in combination with a calorie-controlled diet that includes adequate lean protein intake and exercise.


It is likely that ProC3G will boost your energy levels and mental alertness as it contains several energy boosters including B12, glucoronolactone, guarana and caffeine. Studies have found that caffeine can help to increase fat burning when combined with physical activity, which may help with weight loss. This product also contains ProC3G, which supposedly acts at the cellular level to decrease fat storage that is caused by food and diet.

At the time that this review was written, the official website for ProC3G offered a 60-day money-back guarantee.


Unfortunately, this product contains two instances of caffeine (caffeine anhydrous and guarana). While it claims to have a low stimulant profile, it isn’t entirely clear how much caffeine is in each serving as it is not specified how many mg of the 449 mg combination of caffeine, guarana and glucoronolactone make up the total caffeine content. Perhaps it is only a small dose, but as it is not specified, users should be cautioned that they may experience certain unpleasant side effects such as difficulty sleeping, restlessness, jitters, anxiety, etc.

Furthermore, there is no guarantee that taking ProC3G will lead to weight loss. Caffeine may help to increase fat burning when combined with exercise but, simply because more fat is burned, this doesn’t mean measurable and long-term weight loss will occur.
There is also insufficient clinical evidence to prove that the ProC3G ingredient does what proponents claim.

Prior to taking this non-prescription diet pill, you would be wise to first consult with your healthcare provider.

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