Revex-16 Review

by The Diet Critic on July 28, 2015

Revex-16 review
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Revex-16 is a diet supplement from Scitec Nutrition. It is marketed as a “stimulant weight and bodyfat management complex”. It supposedly helps to control bodyweight, bodyfat, as well as provides hunger control. It is a weight management aid that is sold without a prescription in Europe.

As the name suggests and as the official website for the product clearly states, Revex-16 contains 16 ingredients. These include: Citrus aurantium (Fruit) extract, L-Phenylalanine, L-Tyrosine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Garcinia cambogia (Fruit) extract (60% HCA: Hydroxycitric Acid), Camellia sinesis (Leaf) extract, Momordica charantia (Fruit), Taraxacum officinale extract, Hesperidin, Inositol, Citrus Fruit extract (Naringin), Quercetin Dihydrate, Polygonum cuspidatum (Root) extract, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Bioperine® (Piper nigrum extract), Chromium Picolinate.

Users are advised to start by taking 1 to 2 capsules once or twice daily, to assess their tolerance. The goal is to build up to a maximum of 3 capsules twice per day. Capsules should be taken on an empty stomach in the morning and once again in the afternoon. It is recommended that users take Revex-16 for 8-12 weeks and then break for 2 weeks before starting again.


Revex-16 contains several studied ingredients commonly found in many weight loss products on the market, such as caffeine anhydrous and chromium. Some research has found that caffeine can help boost energy, which may help to increase metabolism, and can cause appetite suppression in some people. Chromium is believed to contribute to normal macronutrient metabolism and helps to maintain normal blood glucose levels.


Unfortunately, while Revex-16 does contain some promising ingredients, it also contains multiple stimulants. While the manufacturer doesn’t hide that fact, the trouble is that more than one stimulant ingredient can be problematic for some people, especially those who have sensitivities to these substances.

Furthermore, aside from those who may have sensitivities, anyone can increase their risk of unpleasant side effects if they consume food or beverages containing caffeine or other stimulants while using Revex-16. Examples of some stimulant-related adverse effects include, but are not limited to: jitters, anxiety, sleeplessness, mood changes, headache, digestive upset, etc. Due to the fact that the recommended dosage is to take 6 pills per day, the risk of such side effects are quite high.

Finally, it is very important that you first speak with your healthcare provider before taking Revex-16. This is not only important because of its high stimulant content, but because it has citrus aurantium (bitter orange), which contains the stimulant synephrine. When combined with caffeine, synephrine increases the risk of severe side effects in some individuals, such as increased blood pressure, fainting, stroke, and heart attack.

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