New Hydroxycut Cut Drink to Launch as Energy + Weight Loss Beverage

New Hydroxycut Cut Energy + Weight Loss Drinks to launch; formulated to burn calories, boost metabolism and enhance focused energy with no extra sugar added in the three available beverage flavors.

On Thursday, July 2, 2020, a famous brand devoted to promoting weight loss, Hydroxycut, and its newest line of beverages called “Cut” surfaced on the internet. Initially reported by the news outlet, Stack3D, Cut is said to be formulated to provide energy and weight loss support. These are deemed possible due to the drink’s ability to burn calories, boost one’s metabolism, and enhance focus and energy levels.

Ingredients used in HydroxyCuts new beverage Cut, have not yet been disclosed to the public, except for the inclusion of caffeine. Aside from that, we do know that this formula neither includes sugar nor any calories. Also, Cut will be offered in three nostalgic flavors great for the summertime season. These include Berry Lemonade, Watermelon Pomegranate, and Orange Mango Pineapple.

Hydroxycut Products FAQ's

This section will be continually updated as more information becomes made available at the new Hydroxycut Cut energy weight loss drinks. For now, here is some pressing details made available about the brand itself and the newly-announced Cut energy plus weight loss beverages:

How much weight can be lost taking Hydroxycut?

According to the official website, average consumers using the key ingredient in Hydroxycut® (C. canephora robusta) for 60 days lost an average of 10.95 lbs. With a low-calorie diet, and 3.7 lbs. in a separate 8-week study with a calorie-reduced diet and moderate exercise.

How long before Hydroxycut begins working?

Factors such as the consistency of your diet, activity, and staying motivation all come into play when using the products. The energy boosts, from Hydroxycut products, can be felt with the first day of taking the products. Healthy weight loss is gradual but steady, about 2 to 3 pounds per week. Since Hydroxycut weight loss programs are 17 weeks long, several weight loss success stories from customers, experience weight loss between 36 and 39 lbs.

Does Hydroxycut offer a female-friendly option?

Yes! Per Hydroxycut's website, Hydroxycut® Max! Contains the female-friendly ingredients folic acid and iron. In addition to these two female-friendly ingredients, it also has biotin and a unique blend of avocado, mango, and kiwi. Not to mention, it also contains a research-backed weight loss ingredient (C. canephora robusta), which is shown to be effective in two separate scientific studies.

What is the Hydroxycut KEY ingredient, C. canephora robusta?

Ccanephora robusta beans are premium coffee beans that are unroasted and, as a result, have high levels of chlorogenic acid. Hydroxycut uses a robusta coffee extract that has been produced to supply a standardized dose with 45% chlorogenic acid. Chlorogenic acid helps promote weight loss.

Are there side effects from using Hydroxycut?

Per the official website, When choosing a Hydroxycut product for yourself, please note that there are versions with caffeine and others that do not contain it, designed to be a non-stimulant weight loss supplement. Consumers that use products containing caffeine can have reactions or sensitivity after ingesting even small amounts of caffeine-containing dieting products can experience symptoms such as anxiety, tremors, headache, palpitations, and insomnia. Always speak with your own healthcare doctor before beginning a new diet or supplement regime.

Final Word

Though it is unclear when Hydroxycut's newest beverage launch of Cut will be made available, it's assumed that one can either make individual purchases or a 12-pack. For now, consumers can have the reassurance that Cut can be easily integrated into one’s diet and exercise regime, as it has been, “Scientifically Researched Weight Loss.”

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Andy Yogi

Andrew, aka Andy, is one of the finest journalists in the TheHealthRadar family and has contributed to dozens of different media publications in his near decade-long career as a professional writer. Based in Calgary, Canada, Andy specializes in investigating trending topics, researching through scientific literature and helping conceptualize new medical announcements through his detailed analysis guides from years of experience inside the health and wellness industry.

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