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I was looking for a fat burner to help me do some clean sculpting that I was having a hard time getting rid of. I didn't want to use any of the thermos I had used in the past(cellucor's Super HD and Muscpharm's Shred Matrix) as I did not want a huge caffeine punch and the diuretic effects that come with those products even though both products are great.
I hadn't found a lot of information on this product before buying, but figured I would give it a shot and see how it played out.
Following the instructions to the "t" from the bottle I began taking this product a couple weeks ago. Every time I took it though, I would get ill like I had food poisoning. It was terrible and for the first couple days I thought I actually had something wrong with me or had bad meal. After figuring out this only occurred on days that I took dopamite I stopped taking it and the problem was solved.
During the time I was taking dopamine I did not notice any increased energy or weight loss. In what I had read from MHP and one of the reasons I decided to try this product, was that it was supposed to help increase dopamine levels. Essentially making a person happier. I noticed no such results.
In comparison with other fat burners I tried that have all the same promises except for the dopamine increase, MHP's dopamite was the worst and had no effect on me besides making me sick.
- June 1, 2013
Honestly, this is a product that I am really disappointed in. I have been a big fan of a few of MHP's supplements, but when I read up on what Dopamite was actually suppose to do, I was like, well that's silly. I know the ad has some pretty ripped chick showing off her abs. I am sure that came from clenbuterol. Dopamite is just suppose to kill your appetite. Really nothing else. It does something that I use free will power to do. Sad product. Good honest review.