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Advocare® is a multi-level distributor-based company that manufacturers everything from vitamins to shampoo. As long as you understand you are purchasing a product from a distributor that sees you as a potential “down line”, the products seems to be a decent quality. We have reviewed their weight loss supplement, Max 3, to give you an idea on whether the supplement is worth considering if you are endeavoring to take off some excess weight. Much is said for the choice of nutrients used in Max 3. It can sustain energy, it contains 65% of the daily-recommended amount of calcium, it supports bones and connective tissue, and it contains more than 50 vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and antioxidants. However, here is where the advertising gets fuzzy, Max 3 will supposedly give you all the appetite control you need for weight loss or weight management.
Ingredients at a Glance
Vitamins A, C, D, E, B-6, B-12, Folic Acid, Niacin, Riboflavin, Omega-3 fatty acids, Astaxanthin, Calcium, Citrus flavonoids, Green tea extract, Lutein, Lycopene, Guarana, Biotin, Oolong tea, Taurine, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifdobacterium, Bifidum, Artichoke, Magnesium, Zinc, Chromium
Ingredients in Focus
The Max 3 combination of B vitamins, Biotin, and Green and Oolong teas are what will supposedly help with weight-management. Advocare® claims the combination will convert fat to energy. Biotin is said to also facilitate the conversion of food to energy. It may act as a coenzyme in “several metabolic reactions” that aid in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates and the conversion of amino acids from protein into energy. Frankly, the body uses Biotin for that function in its normal biology.
• The Advocare® Max 3 supplement contains many valuable vitamins and minerals.
• The Max 3 Supplement does not contain a proven appetite suppressant
• Contains caffeine
• No product guarantee
• No customer testimonials
• Max 3 does not contain a metabolism booster or fat burner
The Advocare® product line is impressive and the Max 3 supplement that is said to enhance weight management contains a variety of vitamins and minerals that may improve a nutrition-poor diet. We are not impressed with the formula as far as it being a weight loss supplement because the manufacturer overlooks some of the most beneficial ingredients that have been proven to support weight loss efforts. For instance, they only include caffeine as a possible appetite suppressant when they could include herbs that do not have side effects and are more powerful. We find it disconcerting to notice there is no herbal that could promote more fat burning either.