Hydroxycut Hardcore Reviews
Most people who are interested in fat burners have heard about the popular weight loss pill named Hydroxycut at one time or another. Because of the constantly changing supplement laws, the popular Muscle Tech's have changed many times.
At first this diet supplement was an ephedra product. Still many people do not approve that supplement law, which banned the use of ephedra. Read more on this fight within ephedra supplement manufacturer .Anyway, this law made a change in the content of many fat burners including Hydroxycut. Now, we have a newer version of Hydroxycut, which is called hydroxycut hardcore.
Now with a person reported to have a death linked from using Hydroxycut products and the FDA warning the public not to take Hydroxycut all products with the Hydroxycut logo has been recalled. With such health concerns we decided to post the FDA warning below:
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning consumers to immediately stop using Hydroxycut products by Iovate Health Sciences Inc., of Oakville, Ontario and distributed by Iovate Health Sciences USA Inc. of Blasdell, N.Y. Some Hydroxycut products are associated with a number of serious liver injuries. Iovate has agreed to recall Hydroxycut products from the market.
Hydroxycut products are dietary supplements that are marketed for weight loss, as fat burners, as energy-enhancers, as low carb diet aids, and for water loss under the Iovate and MuscleTech brand names.
Serious Health Risks
FDA has received 23 reports of serious health problems ranging from jaundice and elevated liver enzymes, an indicator of potential liver injury, to liver damage requiring liver transplant. One death due to liver failure has been reported to the FDA.
Liver injury, although rare, was reported by patients at the doses of Hydroxycut recommended on the bottle. Symptoms of liver injury include jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes) and brown urine. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, light-colored stools, excessive fatigue, weakness, stomach or abdominal pain, itching, and loss of appetite.
Other health problems reported include seizures; cardiovascular disorders; and rhabdomyolysis, a type of muscle damage that can lead to other serious health problems such as kidney failure.
FDA urges consumers to stop using Hydroxycut products in order to avoid any undue risk, says Linda Katz, M.D., interim chief medical officer of FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. "Adverse events are rare, but exist," Katz says. "Consumers should consult a physician or other health care professional if they are experiencing symptoms possibly associated with these products.