What is the viral Ice Hack diet and does it work? | The Sun

 THE alpine ice hack diet has gone viral after claims it can speed up weight loss.

Here, we take a look at the product, what it's designed to achieve and if it is safe for use.

What is the alpine ice hack?

The product claims to melt away stubborn fat while also boosting metabolism for rapid weight loss progress.

The supplement also claims to be the only weight loss product that has a combination of six effective Alpilean nutrients that help the body adapt to a lower internal body temperature and fasten up the weight loss process.

Alpilean is a weight loss supplement that's specially infused with a natural blended formula of six different powerful alpine nutrients and plant-based superfood extracts. 

The ingredients are all natural and sourced directly from the Himalayas.


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Does the ice hack diet work?

The manufacturer's claim that Alpilean raises your body's core temperature and wakes up your sleep metabolism to completely burn fat and boost energy.

They say that this is based on a scientific discovery by Stanford researchers who discovered the real underlying reason for persistent belly fat.

Is the ice hack diet safe?

The manufacturer of Alpilean claims that the product is safe and effective and does not cause any negative side effects.

Alpilean capsules are also said to be suitable for use by both men and women and can be taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and regular exercise.

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It must be noted however that Alpilean capsules are not suitable for you if you are already on some other supplements.

It is also not recommended for pregnant women and is not a substitute for medical treatment.

Alpine Ice Hack weight loss pills are not for use by anyone under the age of 18. Children should not use this formula because it was made for adult consumers and is not safe for them.

Anyone with allergies to plant-based compounds should read the instructions first.

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