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Coming with a free bottle of the 3 Day Detox to jump start your weight loss, Lipofuze is the only formula that can help you to lose up to 10 pounds in your first 7 days! It helps you to defeat the idea that diet and exercise is the only way, because it seems like your body always works against you when you try to do that. In fact, there have been some reports of even 100 pounds, which is not often legitimately found with most diet pills.
Malice turns all of its malicious rage on fat and gets serious about you dropping weight and becoming an iron-pumping machine. Or does it? Do the claims of Chaotic Labz match up with the performance of their product, and what does it really do to you?
We’ve found Malice to be very well reviewed. Many people have said it worked for them, especially the “wow!” feeling when the energy-high sets in.
Some of the ingredients are well-known to help fat burning and metabolic rates. Chromium, caffeine, and green tea are pretty standard ingredients for supplements designed for dropping weight.
We need to get this out of the way first. It’s not related to the ingredients or goals of the product, but we have a problem with any company that names their products “Massacre”, “Genocide”, “Rage”, “Annihilation”, and yes, “Malice”. We believe that health supplements should promote healthy treatment of your body and encourage you to care more about yourself.
Okay, on to the real beef we find with Malice. For one thing, it’s expensive, over $1 per capsule. Secondly, they make a big point of the euphoric energy that comes along with taking Malice. While this does fulfill their claim, we don’t necessarily like that they give you massive amounts of energy and point you in the direction of the gym with a giddy, invincible feeling. Also, Malice is a heavy-duty appetite suppressant, so there will be no desire to eat. While this helps with the weight loss, remember that eating is how you get nutrients and survive. Feeling unstoppable during a work out with an empty stomach will do bad things to you.
Our conclusion is that Malice is a little too malicious for us, and we’ll steer clear. We recommend you do the same, and look for a supplement designed to aid your own healthy practices. A friendlier name wouldn’t hurt either.