Dopamite Review

by The Diet Critic on February 10, 2015

Dopamite review
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Dopamite is a fat burner from Maximum Human Performance (MHP). It is a dietary supplement marketed as a “Dopaminergic Fat Burning Catalyst” to those who want to lose weight and bodybuilders. It is designed to help burn fat, control eating, boost energy and offers mood support.

According to proponents of this fat burner, low levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine can lead to reduced energy, cause cravings and slow down metabolism. Based on this theory, Dopamite’s formula has been created to raise levels of dopamine to combat this issue. The product is said to promote normal and healthy energy levels, motivation, pleasure and satisfaction with a person’s overall mental outlook, instead of looking to food for satisfaction. It helps to make burning fat, losing weight and avoiding overeating, easier.

The formula contains the following ingredients: Folic Acid, Vitamin B-12, Copper, and the Dopamite Dopaminergic Fat Burning Catalyst. This consists of: N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, DL-Phenylalanine, Caffeine, Ilex Paraguariensis Leaf Extract, Muncuna Pruriens Seed Extract, 5-Hydroxytryptophan, Theobromine, and Vipocetine.

The directions on the bottle recommend that users start by taking 1 tablet per day either in the morning or the early afternoon to determine their tolerance. They can then move on to taking two if they tolerate it well, but should never exceed two tablets per day.


It is not difficult to find information about this product online, including its ingredients. A few clinical trials have found that when dopamine uptake is inhibited, appetite may be decreased in some individuals. At the time this review was written, Dopamite can be easily found for purchase online. A single bottle costs $21.49 on Amazon. One bottle contains 60 tablets; a one month supply (if two tablets are taken daily). Positive side effects reported by users who have taken this product include: decreased appetite, increased energy, lower cravings, improved mood and weight loss.


Although some of the ingredients within Dopamite may help to raise levels of dopamine, this product has not been clinical proven to aid with weight loss, nor has any of the ingredients found within its formula. Thus, there is no guarantee that a person will lose weight taking this diet pill. Furthermore, while there may be a possible link between an increase in dopamine and appetite suppression, there is absolutely no proof that increasing dopamine will help to burn fat.

This product can produce negative side effects, some of which include, but are not necessarily limited to: heartburn, nausea, mood swings, anxiety, jitters, insomnia, etc. Prior to taking Dopamite, it is recommended that your first consult with your physician.

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