Powerful Weight Loss

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Possibly dangerous and very expensive

I am critical of this product for several reasons: Malice seems bent on aiding individuals to drop weight and build muscle in an unhealthy manner. While I respect the standard practice of protecting the blend of ingredients in any supplement, I also are concerned by the order of the ingredients (caffeine up front and proven fat burners at the very end).

  • Ingredient Quality
  • Safety
  • Price
  • Value
  • Speed of Results

Chaotic Labz’s fat burner and weight loss product Malice purports to be an incredibly-crafted supplement meant to kick the snot out your body and turn you into a lean, mean, work-out machine.

Most workout supplements advertise kicking your workouts up a notch, or several notches, but Malice advertises that it will be the biggest kick you’ll ever get.

As is the case with any fat burner, I wondered whether Malice could deliver on its promises.

The Pros of Malice

Malice has a couple of ingredients, caffeine and green tea, which are usually associated with weight loss. It also has chromium in it, which is linked to weight loss as well, and has a little more scientific backing to it.

Other ingredients include hoodia, white willow bark. and phenyethlamine HCL. Though these ingredients are commonly used in other types of weight loss supplements, but they are part of a proprietary blend. These, mixed with the caffeine, green tea, and chromium, may provide appetite suppressants and more energy, but it is imporssible to tell which ingredients will be working on you most, which can be dangerous.

Malice is marketed as “the most exclusive and effective high end weight loss product”, which sounds pretty good. However, Chaotic Labz make similar statements about most of their products, which throws some doubt into whether it’s fact or hype.

The Cons of Malice

Malice goes after the body-building crowd fast and hard. That in itself isn’t so bad, it’s just the manner in which it does it that disturbs me: Malice tells its customers that it quells hunger so much that they will forget to eat and they’ll have so much energy their workouts will be full of power and euphoria. W

e don’t like the idea of nutrient-starved men and women pushing their bodies to their limits, especially when their on a Malice-induced high. This can dramatically increase possible injury and side effects.

Several of the consumer reviews I found mentioned that not only were their appetites suppressed, but they actually had difficulty eating anything. Some mentioned that they ended up eating nothing but a sandwich and banana all day, which is definitely unhealthy.

They claim a “proprietary blend,” so I don’t know how much of the good ingredients we’re actually getting.

The Conclusion

I am critical of this product for several reasons: Malice seems bent on aiding individuals to drop weight and build muscle in an unhealthy manner. While I respect the standard practice of protecting the blend of ingredients in any supplement, I also are concerned by the order of the ingredients (caffeine up front and proven fat burners at the very end).

Those that have tried this product have found that it is not very effective in helping them lose weight or bulk up, so I do not think that it is worth what the manufacturers advertise.

Finally, Malice is expensive, especially for a muscle building/fat burning supplement. There are lots of more admirable products which will help you achieve your goals without fooling you into thinking your body is your enemy.