Difference Between HOT-ROX and Fahrenheit

  1. What is the difference between HOT-ROX and Fahrenheit? The two look similar to me except for maybe one or two ingredients.

  2. Also, both of these, and a few other products for weight loss have warnings against using them while taking any other drugs.
    Which supplements would you recommend if someone is using prescription drugs for various conditions but still wants to lose weight.

Thank you very much Chris.

  1. <a href=""target=“new”>HOT-ROX and <a href=""target=“new”>fahrenheit do share some of the same ingredients but have different ratios. Fahrenheit also contains 7-Hydroxy-PC, a metabolic agent that increases lean mass without having any negative side effects, helping to speed fat loss, avoid muscle loss and gain metabolically active lean tissue to support metabolism. Biotest also has that as a stand-alone: <a href=""target=“new”>Se7en.

  2. Always best to check with a doctor; see warning labels. (You know the drill - legalese etc.) Look into <a href=""target=“new”>Indigo-3G first, then possibly <a href=""target=“new”>Se7en, but the latter does have some warnings on the label; however it’s not a stimulant which is where most of the issues with prescription drugs come into play.

I didn’t see your response until just now. Thanks a lot Chris, I really appreciate it!

Hey Chris I have HOT-ROX and was thinking of adding Se7en, would I be better off getting Fahrenheit? I also noticed Fahrenheit has forsklin carbonate in it, but does not say Carbolin 19 is it the same ingredient?

HOT-ROX plus Se7en is a more potent stack that fahrenheit alone, though they do share ingredients. Check with Biotest customer service for your other question. I’m thinking that only branded Carbolin-19 contains the higher-end bioenhanced stuff but I may be mistaken.

Thank you chris

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