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VPX Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon

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Where can I buy VPX Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon? Sam's Mart in Cornelius, NC
How much does VPX Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon cost? $2.50

What's in VPX Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon?

Nutritional Information
*Incomplete
Size: 8.0 FL OZ
Servings: 2.0
Calories0
Carbohydrates0
Sodium10
Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon contains 2 (4fl.oz.) serving, which contains mg/% USRDA (whichever is available, or both, if listed): Calories 0, Carbohydrates 0g, Fat 0g, Potassium <1%, then the label gets confusing, it reads "Proprietary Blend" but directly to the right, it reads, "Less than 20%". What does that mean? There's less than 20%, of what's listed below in each serving? The USRDA has determined that you need five servings of your proprietary blend per day?

Anyway, here's what is listed as either being contained in, or 1/5 of what's being contained in the proprietary blend. Every amount is undisclosed, except for caffeine anhydrous, which is 115mg per serving. As we proceed, don't expect to recognize a lot of names here:
  • Fat Catabolizer and Beta-3 Potentiator
    • caffeine anhydrous
    • a-MTTA (alpha-Methyl Tetradecylthioacetic Acid)
  • Lipolytic Trigger
    • 3'-5'-cAMP (3'-5'-Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate)
  • Super Synephrine Beta-3 Activator
    • Methyl-Synephrine HCI
  • Iphoric Potent Mehtyl Beta-PEA Matrix
    • R-beta-Menthylphenyllehtylamine HCI
    • N-Methyl-beta-Phenylethylamine
  • NorEpephex alpha2-Andrenergic Blockade Complex
    • Yohimbine HCI
    • 11-Hydroxy Yohimbine
    • alpha-Yohimbine
  • NorEpiphex M-MAOxidizer-I
    • Hordenine HCI

Jason's Review



Hello again, Jason from Screaming Energy dot com. I've been gaining weight at an alarming rate since July, now I find myself straddled between the two most glutinous of Holidays, and imprisoned like Illidan to my computer with the release of Cataclysm on the 7th. Those close to me have been saying, "Hey, you look like you put on some weight." and I'm like, "Hey, your mom looks like she put on some weight." Up top (motioning for a high five). Then I'm like, "Look, cutting the elastic out of my sweat pants, and my chin disappearing into my neck, won't diminish the respect and admiration I'll get from my 32 guild mates, with whom I've agreed not to exchange real names, when I acquire the 'Vicious Gladiator's Energy Staff'"

In response to my rapid weight gain, I'm reviewing another VPX Meltdown flavor. For people who don't want "exotic" fruits, like strawberries and bananas, there's plain ol' run-of-the-mill watermelon. In reality, Meltdown is so effective, they could make an "Exotic Guano" flavor, and I'd still run into Razorfen Kraul to get some.

I hesitate to refer to VPX Meltdown Fat Assault as "Epic", it's become far too commonplace for people to refer to things as "Epic", on the World of Warcraft scale of quality, let me qualify where VPX Meltdown falls. It's not "Poor", like "Madonna's 'Music'", "Common" like "Your Kids Sexting", "Uncommon" like "Time Warner Service Arriving On Time", or "Rare" like an "eHarmony Response". It's genuinely "Epic", but a far cry from "Legendary" like "When the Kid Screams, 'Get Him a Body Bag...Yeaaaaah!' in Karate Kid".

My guild needs a healer for a dungeon, so I have to go. Until next time, drink Meltdown, be energized and burn fat when you'd normally be packing on more pounds, I'm sure that's healthy.

Guests's Review

VPX Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon fat burner is serious business. The science indicates that it's effective at burning fat, and as long as you've got some calories in your system, it's an effective energy supplement as well.

As an experiment, I did take some VPX without eating, and the results were not positive. I experienced some hunger nausea, like being really hungry and waiting for Christmas dinner. You can smell all the food, and your body is ready to process, but there's nothing in the tank. I felt like a Christmas toy with dying batteries.

While VPX is effective, the retail price may keep some consumers from trying it. Unless there are production problems with meeting demand, that's the only other reason I can imagine why it's in so few retail stores on the East Coast. To put things in perspective though, where I purchase these (2/$5), they are cheaper than 5 Hour Energy, which I believe is currently available in third world countries that communicate with buzzing noises, and use monkey fingers as currency.

The one thing Meltdown has going for it is that it's a weight loss supplement, if there's one thing Americans are, it's fat. Meanwhile, in the media and advertisements, we revere the sickeningly skinniest of women, and men with the most chiseled abs. Somewhere between "morbidly obese" and "Adonis/Skeletor" is where most people want to arrive...without any change in diet, or physical exertion. I'm not even sure the average "dieter" cares if it's "bad for them". I mean, no one will outright say, "I'm ok with this hurting me", and like piranhas after blood in the water, they'd be the first in line for a lawsuit if something was proven to be dangerous about Meltdown. At heart, all most people care about is losing weight, and like Cypher in the Matrix, "Ignorance is bliss".

If Meltdown can, as science indicates it can (to some extent), make that "new America dream" a reality, and get people to try it, they will be a force in the market. I believe those customers will find that VPX Meltdown burns fat, and energizes better than their current supplement. That should create a great deal of brand loyalty. I believe VPX feels the same way, and why they are so adamant about providing free samples. I think once a potential customer uses this product (properly), VPX will have a long-term customer.

VPX Meltdown Watermelon is comparably enjoyable to me as the Exotic Fruit flavor, but I'd say this flavor is more aptly and literally named. The watermelon does have more of a syrupy Jolly Rancher-style watermelon flavor than the subdued refreshing flavor of actual vine-ripe watermelon.

VPX Meltdown Fat Assault Watermelon can or bottle design and textual information
The bottle is similar to other VPX RTD (ready-to-drink) supplements, particularly REDLINE (which we'll be reviewing soon). It's an 8oz. bottle, so roughly the size of a Red Bull. The bottle is mostly blue, with a white cap and on this drink, "Watermelon" (hyphenated for display purposes) is written in white and red on a background watermelon slices. The cap reads, "VPX Caution: Read entire label before drinking. Contains two servings". The front reads, "Meltdown" in big white letters, outlined in red and vertically oriented. Under that, in a more smaller font, "Fat Assault" in white with blue outline. In the top left, "Increase Metabolism 14% for 3 hours". Bottom left, "Potent: Read Label before drinking. Contains 2 servings. 8 FL OZ 240 (ml) dietery supplement".

On the right is a peculiar contraption, a see-through bottle with a meter on the see-through part (The drink is also clear, btw). There's a big white marker that reads, "One Serving 4oz. mark". This gauge is called the "Drink Regulation Gauge".

In the past, I've said that the back reads like a novel, Meltdown Fat Assault takes that to a whole new level.

Recommended Use: Shake well prior to use. Always begin use with one-half bottle (4oz.) of Meltdown to assess tolerance. Never exceed more than one bottle daily. Do not consume Meltdown on an empty stomach. Consuming Meltdown on an empty stomach may cause nausea.

Warning: Not for use by individuals under the age of 18 years, do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a physician or licensed qualified health care professional before using this product if you have, or have a family history of, heart disease, thyroid disease, diabetes, liver and kidney disease, cardiac arrhythmia, recurrent headaches, and high blood pressure, depression or other psychiatric condition, glaucoma, difficulty in urinating, prostate enlargement, or seizure disorder, or if you are using a momoamine oxidase inhibitor (MAOI), aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and antidepressants or any other dietary supplement, prescription drug, or over-the-counter drug containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine (ingredients found in certain allergy, asthma, cough or cold, and weight control products). Do not exceed recommended serving. Exceeding recommended serving may cause adverse health affects. Discontinue use and call a physician or licensed qualified health care professional immediately if you experience rapid heartbeat, dizziness, severe headache, shortness of breath, or other similar symptoms. Individuals who are sensitive to the affects of caffeine or have a medical condition should consult a licensed health care professional before consuming this product. Do not consume synephrine or caffeine from others sources. Including but not limited to, coffee, tea, soda and other dietary supplements or medications containing phenylephrine or caffeine. Do not use for more than 8 weeks. Discontinue use two weeks prior to surgery. Do not use this product if you are more than 15 pounds over weight. The consumer assumes total liability if this product is used in a manner inconsistent with label guidelines. Do not use for weight reduction. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.


Consumer Reviews

Katy@2011-10-24 16:40:45
I was very surprised at how good VPX Meltdown tastes, liked watermelon flavored water. I was expecting a quick jolt but the energy build up was gradual. VERY strong though. I also bought their Redline Xtreme shot, which has 300mg of caffeine (150 for the recommended half), compared to the 230mg (115) in the meltdown. I paid $10 for a 4-pack, and it was definitely worth it!
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