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VPX Redline Review

VPX Redline Fat Burner Reviews

When it comes to fat burners / energy drinks, VPX Redline is widely known, and recognized as one of the more potent, kick-your-@$$-in-high-gear products. It's an all in one thermogenic energy drink that not only helps to shed some unwanted fat, but also boosts energy levels for even more intense workouts. According to the over-hyped advertising of VPX:

Check out this freaky scientific VPX breakthrough: RED LINE™: is the only matrix ever developed to shred fat through the shivering response in the body. By shivering the body burns huge amounts of stored body fat for energy in an effort to keep the body warm. That's not all! In addition to shivering, you'll also be sweating up a thermogenic storm. The combined mechanisms of these two processes results in unparalleled fat loss!

While the advertising messages sounds a little hyped, the Redline fat burner itself lives up to hype. Just take a look at the hundreds of  VPX Redline user reviews and feedback we've received so far. At the same time, if you've used VPX Redline, feel free to leave your feedback on our review section as well.

VPX Redline Energy Drink

VPX Redline comes mainly in several different versions, which include the VPX Redline liquid, Redline RTD (ready to drink), Redline capsules, a Redline princess that targets female consumers, and VPX Redline Xtreme which contains several additional ingredients compared to the original version. While there are several different versions, they ingredients contained are quite similar so we will look at some of the key active ingredients in Redline.

Like most other diet pills on the market, VPX Redline does not say how much of each ingredient is contained in the mix - after all, it is their "proprietary" formula. Caffeine, as in most fat burners and various energy drinks, always plays an important role, and it is no different for VPX Redline. While we don't know how much caffeine there is in Redline, we can venture a guess and say that there might be around 200 to 250mg or so in a serving. There are several sources of caffeine in VPX: caffeine anhydrous, yerba mate, and green tea.

Of all the ingredients in the proprietary blend, there are several sources of caffeine. So you can be sure that there's plenty of caffeine in Redline. The amount of caffeine in it is probably close to drinking 2 to 3 cups of coffee in one shot - keep in mind, we don't know for sure, and this is simply a guesstimate. If you have caffeine sensitivities, you should not use Redline.

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Evodiamine is a major alkaloidal principle of Evodia fruits, which has been shown to reduce fat uptake in mouse studies. There are some evidence to suggest that evodiamine has a mechanism that works similar to capsaicin, that comes from red chili peppers. This is confirmed in mice studies, for example:

Capsaicin-like anti-obese activities of evodiamine from fruits of Evodia rutaecarpa, a vanilloid receptor agonist.
Kobayashi Y, Nakano Y, Kizaki M, Hoshikuma K, Yokoo Y, Kamiya T.

This study evaluated the effectiveness of evodiamine in preventing obesity in male mice. Evodiamine or a placebo was fed to mice for 12 days. They found that the perirenal fat (around the kidney) weight became significantly lower than in the control group. When evodiamine was supplemented for 21 days, the body weight, perirenal fat weight, epididymal fat weight, the levels of serum free fatty acid, total lipids in the liver, triglyceride in the liver, and cholesterol level in the liver were significantly reduced as compared with the control diet group. They concluded that evodiamine mimics the characteristic anti-obese effects induced by capsaicin. Evodiamine would induce heat loss and heat production at the same time and dissipate food energy, preventing the accumulation of perivisceral fat and the body weight increase. [1]

Guggulsterone - Guggul is an extract of the guggul tree Commiphora mukul, which is found in India, and Pakistan. It has been used over over 2000 years in ayurvedic medicine. Guggul is widely studied, and known to reduce cholesterol levels. But it is also commonly used in many diet pills and fat burners as a weight loss ingredient.

Yohimbe has been used for its beneficial effects for being an aphrodisiac, and also for its ability to treat impotence and enhance libido. Aside from its sexual enhancing properties, Yohimbine has also been shown to have some weight loss properties.

VPX Redline Clinical Study

Every once awhile I run across a clinical study done on some specific supplement or diet pill (these are published in peer reviewed journals), and when that happens, I get a little ecstatic. Because it's not often that you find real studies that are backed up with real scientific evidence and published in peer reviewed journals in an industry where supplement manufacturers routinely cite non-substantiated studies to backup their outrageous claims.

In the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, which is a peer reviewed publication, a VPX Redline study was published titled: "Examination of a pre-exercise high energy drink on exercise performance".

VPX Redline Side Effects

As with all products that contain stimulants, Redline has its share of possible side effects. Some of these side effects include fast heart beat, increased sweating, dizziness, headaches, nausea, jitteriness, feeling restless, anxiety, and also sleeping difficulties.

VPX Redline is not an energy drink that is to be taken lightly. The suggested dose for VPX redline liquid is 5ml, and for the RTD is 1/2 a can. As always, I would recommend starting with just half of the manufacturer suggested dose starting with 2.5ml of VPX Redline, or a 1/4 can of Redline RTD. Test your tolerance before taking the full recommended dosage.

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1. Planta Med. 2001 Oct;67(7):628-33.
Capsaicin-like anti-obese activities of evodiamine from fruits of Evodia rutaecarpa, a vanilloid receptor agonist.
Kobayashi Y, Nakano Y, Kizaki M, Hoshikuma K, Yokoo Y, Kamiya T.
Kyowa Hakko Kogyo Co., Ltd., Tsukuba Research Laboratories, 2, Miyukigaoka, Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki 305-0841, Japan.

2. Examination of a pre-exercise high energy drink on exercise performance
Jay R Hoffman , Mattan W Hoffman and Christopher Tranchina
Department of Health and Exercise Science, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ 08628-0718, USA Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 2008, 5(Suppl 1):P29


Nov 2008