December 7, 2016
Corticarb 3000 Review
Claiming to increase metabolism, lower stress, and block carb intake, Corticarb 3000 claims to also reduce your binge eating. It is sold through a number of third party retailers, and it is designed to be taken shortly before the 2 biggest meals of your day.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action
Corticarb 3000 is a mix of chromium, selenium, white kidney bean extract, guggul extract, green tea, l-tyrosine, citrus aurantium, alpha lipoic acid, valerian root, and St John’s wort. Interestingly enough, these ingredients actually do cover quite a few of the bases described by Corticarb 3000, and they even provide the quantities of each ingredient. The problem is with 85mg of citrus aurantium, Corticarb 3000 will definitely cause side effects that cannot be justified by the results.
Corticarb 3000 is not safe to take if:
- You have a pre-existing medical condition such as heart disease
- You have a family history of medical conditions such as heart disease
- You have caffeine sensitivities
- You have high blood pressure
- You have a liver condition
- You are using an MAO Inhibitor
- You suffer from glaucoma
Possible Side Effects
- Irregular heart beat
- Loss of appetite
- Kidney damage
- Reduced blood circulation to heart
- Heart attack
- Raised blood pressure
- Increased heart rate
Overall Impression of Corticarb 3000:
CortiCarb 3000 suffers from a number of problems. But the main one is citrus aurantium. While the other ingredients can be useful, citrus aurantium is their only truly powerful fat burner. Others either don’t promote weight loss or have slow and questionable results. But citrus aurantium has recently been compared to ephedra in some of its side effects. So either way, we would not suggest CortiCarb 3000.