Not to drag this conversation out much further, but what do people/anyone from Biotest think about this review and the “Top 5” list below it?
That review is so riddled with inaccuracies, it’s ridiculous, and a man in my position can’t afford to be made to look ridiculous. (Movie reference, anyone?)
They say:[quote]Its ingredient list includes several supplements of chemicals already found in the body, but no patented fat burner.[/quote]
Right… because yohimbine, caffeine, and raspberry ketones are found in the body?!?
They say:[quote]It does not contain an appetite suppressant[/quote]
For me, personally, it curbs my appetite like nothing else. Just because it doesn’t contain garcinia cambogia or another trendy appetite suppressant doesn’t mean it won’t have that effect.
They say:[quote]and its strongest thermogenic ingredient is caffeine.[/quote]
Wrong, and a check of the label would’ve clarified that. Caffeine may be the strongest stimulant in the formula, but for many people, that’s a good thing.
They say:[quote]We donï¿½??t think that HOT-ROX works.[/quote]
This makes it obvious that no one there actually tried it for a full run. HRX works on me, works on clients I’ve recommended it to, and works with tons of people here on the forum.
They say:[quote]We donï¿½??t think there is a difference between it and Fahrenheit[/quote]
That’s flat out wrong. Fahrenheit and HOT-ROX Extreme are different formulas. And again, taking three seconds to check their labels would clear that up.
That page also says: [quote]All of the reviews have been written by our staff (avid dieters ourselves)[/quote]
What the hell is an “avid dieter,” someone who enjoys dieting on a regular basis? Sounds like they haven’t quite figured out what works, good thing they spend time “researching” fat burners then.
And by the way, try not to notice that the websites of their “top 5 choices” all have an incredibly similar layout, font, and feel. Yep, they’re completely unbiased and not affiliated with those products at all, for sure.