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ADiPro Max Review

A product by Myogenix

Our Rating:


Positives Negatives
  • Suppresses Appetite
  • Contains capsicum
  • Some ingredients under-dosed
  • Potential side effects
  • Short supply
  • Too many stimulants for some

Review Overview – What does ADiPro Max do?

admiax pro1This is a new fat burner that has just come out from the guys at Myogenix.

Unlike others on the market ADiPro Max claims to concentrate more on appetite suppression that it does physically helping you lose weight.

We can honestly say we’ve never seen that move done before, and we were definitely curious to see how it worked.

According to their marketing, ADiPro Max has four processes in which it keeps the body on track with weight loss:

  • Support metabolism
  • Rekease Free Fatty Acids
  • Support Appetite Control
  • Fight “Diet Dropout”

Come on now, those last two are literally the same thing. Terms like “Diet Dropout” makes me think that this is aimed at people that don’t know that much about fat burners rather than serious lifters or people who are new to supplements.

These ‘entry level’ products are usually there to take advantage of a growing market. Let’s be careful as we run through the ingredients.

How does ADiPro Max work?

In terms of serving, ADi Pro recommends 2-3 servings a day. 1 (or 2) 30 minutes before breakfast and another capsule 6 hours later.

The best fat burners offer 3-4 servings a day to ensure constant thermogenesis, so ADiPro Max is pretty on point here.

However, we still have to analyse the ingredients to know if this fat burner is really what we’re looking for.

adipromaxsuppfactsAlthough they’re proprietary blends, we can “kind of” see how much there is.

For instance, the Energy and Metabolism blend has 330mg and 180mg of that is caffeine, that means there’s 150mg split somehow between guarana extract and yohimbe extract.

The caffeine’s good and will be a solid source of energy and metabolism boosting, however the split between guarana and yohimbe is unsettling.

Guarana plays a similar role to caffeine, it’s a stimulant, and a good one at that.

The Yohimbe on the other hand can have bad side effects if using too much.

It can help suppress appetite, but if you go over 0.2mg/kg of bodyweight – you’ve gone to far and can risk side effects. We’ll cover those later.

The N-Oleoyl-Phosphatidyl-Ethanolamine is a bit off the mark in terms of dosage but might have some effect, but the capsicum definitely helps.

Yes, NOPE as it’s known has been seen to help with weight loss in the past. However successful studies report the optimum dosage is around 85mg NOPE and 50mg EGCG. And if you look on the nutrient profile, it’s not even close, even if you triple it up.

The Capsicum on the other hand is what give chili it’s heat. It’s a great thermogenic and has been seen to have some potential in suppressing appetite. Weighing up the evidence, it’s better to look at this ingredient as a thermogenic. It raises body heat, which makes us burn calories to get our core temperature back to normal.

All in all it’s not a great fat burner, there’s a lot missing that could help improve it. Some examples of those can be found over on our ingredients page, which shows the best proven fat burning components out at the moment:

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Where to buy ADiPro Max

You can buy ADiPro Max from numerous online retailers. Each bottle contains 60 capsules – so be careful if you’re using 3 a day, you’ll go through it fast.

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Side Effects

Our main worry is the Yohimbe – it’s usually okay, but as we don’t know the dosage it could be bad. If it’s dosed over 0.2mg/kg bodyweight (or less depending to your tolerance), you can risk problems like headaches, anxiety, hypertension and gastrointestinal distress. Be careful.

Also we’re not sure about the caffeine amount. If you’re taking 3 capsules a day that’s 540mg – per day! Not including the amount in the guarana. This could lead to light headedness, nausea and headaches.

ADiPro Max Review Conclusion

On the whole, ADiPro Max is pretty hit and miss as a fat burner.

Although it has some good ingredients, this pseudo-proprietary blend presentation of them could mean they want to mask certain ingredient’s values.

The yohimbe is a prime example as too much can lead to side effects as mentioned above.

The caffeine dosage in this product is also pretty high, and together, especially to someone new to these products – you could run into a lot of problems.

That said it’s not one of the worst fat burners, I’ve seen – but it could do a hell of a lot better.

What I'm using at the moment - Instant Knockout

I tried Instant Knockout for 3 months and went from skinny-fat to absolutely SHREDDED.

You can see my results and why this is our #1 Fat Burner here.

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