September 28, 2016
Max WLX Review
Max WLX ingredients include viscous polysaccharides, cetylated fatty acids, gelatin, tapioca, di-calcium phosphate, stearic acid, and silicon dioxide.
There is a reaon why you will not see any of these ingredients in any other so called weight loss supplement. They have no application to weight loss! When they say “viscous polysaccharides” and “cetylated fatty acids”, they aren’t even telling you what the specific ingredients are. If you were to assume that one of these descriptions referred to the proven fatty acid CLA, you would still come up deficient considering CLA requires 3000mg-4500mg, and their entire proprietary blend has all of 1200mg.
Overall Impression of Max WLX:
A pound of fat is about equal to a gallon in size, and so it takes some time to burn, usually around 1-2 pounds per week if you work really hard. If you were to burn that much fat, you would see greater differences in measurements. Max WLX therefore makes impossible claims, and there’s also the fact that they don’t use any fat burning or otherwise weight loss ingredients. If you want a stimulant free formula, you can look for CLA based products, or you can look for appetite suppressants, fat blockers, razberi-k, etc. But you will not find it here.