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Zantrex-3 is a herbal supplement marketed by "Zoller Laboratories", a subsidiary of Basic Research of Salt Lake City, Utah. It is marketed towards people under 30 in fast paced television advertisements depicting athletic-looking people. The advertisement proclaims Zantrex as "America's number 1 selling weight loss pill!".
Its active ingredients include Yerba Mate, Guarana and regular caffeine. It's estimated that the pill contains as much caffeine as 3-4 cups of coffee. Additional ingredients include green tea extract, Damiana (a South American aphrodisiac), Schizonepeta, Ginseng, Maca root, Niacin and Kola nut.
The pill may potentially have side effects similar to those associated with excessive caffeine consumption. Listed side effects include:
Near the end of the fifth season of VH1's Celebrity Fit Club, contestant Dustin Diamond used Zantrex-3 as a dietary supplement.
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