OxyElite Pro Advanced Review
PricePlow.com describes this new USPLabs product as “Intense.”
Better still, this fat-burning diet pill is free of banned substances.
For those wanting the same results found in the original OxyElite Pro, you’re probably wondering whether this new advanced formula will work.
Let’s take a closer look.
Why Choose Advanced?
OxyElite Pro Advanced was released in response to new FDA regulations regarding dimethylamylamine, or DMAA. In early 2013, the FDA banned DMAA after reports of illness and death. 
After the DMAA ban, USPLabs released a slightly-altered version that lacked DMAA. While consumers positively received the DMAA-free formula, USPLabs wanted to do better.
Consequently, they took OxyElite back to the drawing board and completely revamped the formula to induce more weight loss than ever before.
What Are the Ingredients in OxyElite Pro Advanced?
The formula consists of two parts: a proprietary blend of 225 mg thermogenic ingredients and 100 mg caffeine.
Cynanchum auriculatum (root) extract is an appetite suppressant. Although it hasn’t been tested on humans, on rats it is quite effective. 
Olea europaea (leaf) extract comes from olive trees. Its active ingredient is oleuropein, which lowers cholesterol, free fatty acid, triglyceride levels, and body weight in a study performed on rats. 
Aegeline lowers glucose levels in rats. In a scientific study, rats experienced several health benefits. Their triglyceride levels lowered 55%, free fatty levels decreased 24%, and cholesterol was reduced 24%. 
Yohimbe (Pausinystalia Johimbe) extract has been tested in humans. One clinical trial involving soccer players showed yohimbe increases weight loss. After a 21-day trial, athletes who supplemented with yohimbe had less total fat than athletes who did not. 
Coleus forskohlii (root) extract lowers blood pressure. One study of slightly overweight women showed those who took coleus forskohlii did not gain weight, as compared to those who did not take the supplement. 
Caffeine stimulates alertness. It also has thermogenic properties, meaning it burns fat. In one study, healthy people saw their energy increase proportionately to a dose of caffeine. Subjects were given 100, 300, and 400 mg caffeine. OxyElite Pro: Advanced contains 100 mg, which is an effective dose. 
OxyElite Pro: Advanced retails for between $50 and $80, depending on the supplement website you visit. It’s available from the official retailer, USP Labs, for about $60 per bottle.
Since each bottle contains 90 pills, it will either last 45 or 30 days, depending on how heavily you dose.
If you check out the OxyElite Pro: Advanced site, you will find a long list of warnings. Apparently this stuff is pretty powerful, so be careful to read the label before you take it.
The warning that most interested and disturbed me was a warning against overexertion. Apparently it is unwise to exercise rigorously, become overheated, dehydrated, or tired while taking this supplement. I wonder how serious athletes can keep up with their training if they have to take it easy.
Is OxyElite Pro: Advanced Worth Taking?
Of course, what we all want to know is whether the ingredients have weight loss potency. Unfortunately, at this point, we don’t know if OxyElite Pro: Advanced works with real users. So far, there are no customer reviews of the product.
Rather than being the “guinea pig” to determine OxyElite Pro Advanced’s efficacy, I recommend you wait and hear what other consumers say about their experience with the fat burner.
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