January 30, 2023

Alpine Ice Hack to Lose Weight? Does it Work?

What is the Alpine Ice Hack to lose weight, and does it work?

To answer that, let's start by looking at what it is.

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*Note, I am NOT trying to sell you this product nor am I an affiliate of it. This is an honest look at what it is, to save you from wasting money and effort if the product isn't valuable.

What is the Alpine Ice Hack?

The alpine Ice Hack is another term for "Alpilean."

Alpilean is a supplement for weight loss that claims to:

"Target your inner body temperature, electrifying your sleeping metabolism into full fat-burning, energy boosting mode!"

What's in Alpine Ice Hack (Alpilean)?

As with any supplement that makes bold claims, your first move should ALWAYS be to examine the ingredients.

In this case, when I searched for this product initially, I came across a LOT of scam products on amazon.

So, warning #1, do NOT buy the product off of Amazon, as they are not the actual Alpilean product.

This is a list of the actual ingredients from the official Alpilean website (aka the Alpine Ice Hack):

  • Golden Algae (flucoxanthin)
  • Dika Nut (african mango seed)
  • Drumstick Tree Leaf (Moringa Leaf)
  • Bigarade Orange (Citrus Bioflavanoids)
  • Ginger Rhizome (Ginger Root)
  • Turmeric Rhizome (Turmeric Root)
  • Vitamin B12 and Chromium

Can these Ingredients Work for Weight Loss?

ice hack weight loss

Let's start with the main ingredient, which is the Golden Algae (flucoxanthin).

Flucoxanthin, which comes from brown seaweed, has shown some promise in battling obesity, but that isn't the issue...

The issue is, first of all, that we have no way to know HOW MUCH golden algae is in the product.

As with many supplements, it is listed as part of a "blend."

A serious supplement company will know the clinical dose of an ingredient (how much is needed for results), and will list it on the bottle, period.

"Blends" with no specific ingredient amounts stand out to me immediately as a scam.

In fact, I will not purchase any supplement that does not list the amount of each active ingredient, period.

Check out this study that looked at 10 products claiming to contain flucoxanthin (Golden Algae):

  • 3/10 had no detectable amounts
  • 5 had only a trace amount
  • 2 had 2mg or less

You can buy the active ingredient (Flucoxanthin from brown seaweed) from Amazon. This brand is lab tested, at least lists the amount at 2000mg, and has great reviews. This would also save you hundreds of dollars.

Dika Nut

Moving on to the next ingredient, Dika Nut (African mango seed).

There are a few studies showing that Dika Nut may assist with both weight loss and Cholesterol.

The studies are small and flawed, but they do exist.

The problem, though, is that once again the clinical dose (the amount needed) is not clear.

In one study, they administered 3 grams of the product, which is far more than the total ingredients in the Alpilean product combined.

(The "blend" in Alpilean is 250mg, all ingredients combined).

Combined with inconclusive research, we really don't know if it works, on top of not having enough of it to begin with.

So, Does the Alpine Ice Hack Work?

Alpine ice hack weight loss

Rather than continue looking at every angle here, I'm confident saying that this is just another trendy fad that won't do you much good.

In other words, the Alpine ice hack is wack.

That is my opinion based on years of examining (and using) supplements.

You are of course free to decide for yourself.

The official Alpilean site is right here (I am not affiliated).

At $30-$40 per bottle, that's not a cheap way to find out, though.

My reasoning for this conclusion is based on:

  • They do not list how much of each ingredient is present, but use a "blend."
  • The clinical dose (amount needed for results) appears to be much higher than what they're including, or is unknown.
  • The product is very expensive.
  • Many positive reviews are from people (affiliates) trying to sell the product.

Lasting Weight Loss Doesn't Come in a Pill

Losing weight is never a hack. I will die on that hill.

A better alternative would be to try something like:

  • Intermittent fasting or OMAD (one meal a day).
  • Walk after every meal for 10-15 minutes.
  • Cut out sugars and vegetable oils from your diet.
  • Read this article on how fasting can dramatically improve your health

At the end of the day, you're going to have to commit to lifestyle changes, or you'll never get where you're meant to be.

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