by DietPill.us Editor on June 10, 2016

Hydravax review

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Hydravax is a dietary supplement designed to eliminate excess water retention. It comes from Metabolic Nutrition and the claim is that this “High Potency Diuretic Weight Loss Solution” has been engineered to boost weight loss and bodybuilding. In addition to helping users get rid of excess water without depleting electrolytes and energy levels, this physician formulated fast-acting supplement is also supposed to aid in competition strength, reduce bloating and swelling, and assist in muscle definition.

Hydravax consists of a proprietary formula that includes the following ingredients: Dandelion Root, Uva Ursi, Methylxanthines, Magnesium, Green Tea Extract, Asparagus Concentrate, White Willow Bark, Cranberry Powder, Couch Grass, Corn Silk, Juniper, Hydragea, Buchu.

How do these ingredients help with water retention? According to some studies, dandelion root is a diuretic and mild laxative, promoting better digestion. Uva Ursi helps to neutralize bacteria and acidity in urine, helping to reduce swelling, water weight and bloating. White willow bark can act like a pain killer. Juniper has antifungal properties and acts as a diuretic, helping to relieve bloating and swelling, while helping to prevent urinary tract infections.

As you can see from these ingredients alone, Hydravax contains multiple diuretics. These lead to the elimination of water weight, which means increased urination. While this product is likely to help rid your body of excess water, which can help to provide a less swollen appearance, keep in mind that losing a couple of pounds in water weight is not the same as losing fat and your water weight will return.

Furthermore, diuretics can increase the risk of certain side effects including too much or too little potassium in the blood, dizziness, headache, thirst, muscle cramps, increased blood sugar, increased cholesterol, low sodium, etc. It is important that you make sure you are ingesting sufficient amounts of water when taking diuretics to prevent dehydration. The official product page for Hydravax recommends consuming 6 to 8 glasses of water per day.

Users are instructed to take no more than two capsules per day and are cautioned not to take it in the evening. They are also encouraged to assess their tolerance when first starting to take it without using any other weight loss or energy-enhancing products. If the affects of one capsule lasts for more than 15 hours, users should consider taking one capsule every other day.

If you are interested in taking Hydravax, you are strongly urged to first speak with your healthcare provider. Diuretics are not safe for everyone. Furthermore, anyone who has an allergy to aspirin should avoid taking this product as white willow bark contains salicin, which is similar to aspirin.

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