Hydroxycut Withdrawn From Market

Hydroxycut Linked To Liver Damage

hydroxycut-now-bannedAmerica No.1 selling fat burner, Hydroxycut is to be withdrawn from sale and customers already using the product are advised to contact the company they purchased from to recieve a refund.

Hydroxycut is to be withdrawn from the United States, the UK and across Europe.

Some third party stockists (mainly in Europe) will still have stock and it is anticipated still continue to fulfill order requests – it is strongly advised to resist the temptation even if incredibly cheap discounted prices are offered.

Hydroxycut Side Effects

Recent reports published from 5 years of study have linked Hydroxycut to serious liver damage. Although only 26 cases have been documented the link is strong enough for the manufacturer Iovate to pull the product and issue a health warning.

The move to stop selling Hydroxycut is voluntary but Iovate has been strongly advised by the FDA (the Food and Drugs Aministration) to do so.

What Hydroxycut Products Are To Be Recalled

The whole product range appears to be under scrutiny which would point to the fact that it is not yet known which individual ingredient is responsible for the health scare.

How To Claim A Hydroxycut Refund

The following products are no longer available:

  • Hydroxycut Regular Rapid Release Caplets
  • Hydroxycut Caffeine-Free Rapid Release Caplets
  • Hydroxycut Hardcore Liquid Capsules
  • Hydroxycut Max Liquid Capsules
  • Hydroxycut Regular Drink Packets
  • Hydroxycut Caffeine-Free Drink Packets
  • Hydroxycut Hardcore Drink Packets (Ignition Stix)
  • Hydroxycut Max Drink Packets
  • Hydroxycut Liquid Shots
  • Hydroxycut Hardcore RTDs (Ready-to-Drink)
  • Hydroxycut Max Aqua Shed
  • Hydroxycut 24
  • Hydroxycut Carb Control
  • Hydroxycut Natural

If you have any of the above contact the store or website from which you purchased for a refund – proof of purchase may be necessary.

Herbal Slimming Tablets

Hydroxycut is 2nd major brand to be hit with a health issue in the last 6 months. Autumn 2008 saw Acomplia Rimonabant removed from shelves and delisted as an approved prescription only slimming tablet.

The health scare should push consumers towards the more natural slimming products rather the chemically produced.

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