Chaotic Labz MALICE
Oooh MALICE™!!! Say it with a shiver. This is a product with ATTITUDE. MALICE™ is backed with a lot of heavy claims and a creepy, skull and graffiti-filled website. It seems to be marketed towards bad a** weight lifters of the male persuasion; but I know some women who might be swayed by Chaotic Labz marketing too–women I wouldn’t want to arm-wrestle with!
• EUPHORIC INITIAL RUSH OF ENERGY!
• CLEAN ENERGY THAT LAST ALL DAY!
• AMAZING APPETITE SUPPRESSION!
• EXTREME THERMOGENICS!
• JUMP STARTS THE METABOLISM!
• BURNS FAT IMMEDIATELY!
• PROVIDES ONE THE MOTIVATION THEY NEED!
• INCREDIBLE FOCUS AID!
• HELPS WITH STUDYING AND WORK!
I don’t know about you, but that’s big work for a little pill (and a lot of CAPS)!!! Is MALICE™ really the Jesse James of diet pills? Or a lot of clever hype unworthy of its studly label? Let’s risk a peek at the ingredients…
The ingredients in MALICE™ are delivered in a 645 mg proprietary blend–aka ‘mish-mash of ingredients thrown together in usually ineffective qualities.’ Yes it’s true I am not a fan of blends. 645 mg is not a huge dosage either. Let’s see if there’s anything menacing about what’s in this one:
- Caffeine–stimulates metabolism.
- Phenylethylenine HCL–drug with psychoactive properties!!! Allegedly increases mental focus and gives an initial spike of energy that lasts all day. Can be dangerous to some people.
- Hoodia–a purported appetite suppressant from the African Cactus Hoodia Gordonii.
- White willow bark–an anti-inflammatory.
- Green tea extract 98%–clinically proven as a natural metabolism booster (due to its caffeine content), and as an antioxidant.
- Yohimba 8%–predominantly used for treating male impotence but may help reduce body fat.
- Methlsynephrine–purportedly a fat burner.
- Theobromine–alkaloid found in chocolate that is a diuretic and contains natural caffeine.
- Ephedra Extract–what the? Isn’t this supposed to be banned? Metabolic booster and fat burner.
- Citrus aurantium 30%–appetite suppressant.
- Chromium 10%–an essential mineral that promotes a strong and healthy metabolism by helping the body absorb glucose more efficiently so it can be used for energy rather than be stored as fat. A clinically proven ingredient.
Okay, brief summary:
‘Malice’ scale 1-10:4. Only two clinically tested and proven weight loss ingredients–Green Tea and Chromium hidden in a blend. Chromium is administered in an ineffective quantity.
Danger scale 1-10: 8!!! See below:
Malice™ Side Effects
There are plenty of potential side effects with Malice™! For starters why on earth does it contain an ingredient that killed 115 people back in its heyday? Yes, I’m talking about ephedra. How did they get away with adding a FDA banned ingredient? Secondly, it contains oodles of caffeine–which in addition to ephedra extract is going to increase your heart rate and make you jittery, irritable and sick to the stomach. And last but not least Phenylethylenine HCL may increase energy and mental focus, but it can also cause sweating, nausea and increased heart rate; and be very dangerous to people taking certain prescription medications. I would seriously question taking this product. You may be desperate to lose weight, but surely not enough to endanger your body?
Does Malice™ Work Well Enough to Buy?
Quite honestly I would say this product is more hype than hip. It looks good, sounds good but the formulation is worrying. On one hand it’s probably too weak to live up to many of its claims but on the other it could potentially make you ill. It’s also expensive when ordered directly from the official website ($99.99 a bottle!) so shop around if you really must purchase. Some sites sell for as low as $39.99.
Bottom line-proceed with caution. (And don’t arm-wrestlebutch looking women.)