This looks something like you would find airdropped from the soviets in the cold war, a bit of propaganda explaining the virtues of grim communism, toiling away at the land so everyone is equally fucked off with life as one another.
I does look kind of retro and cool though, I do like it. Bold, different and stands out. I would be instantly drawn to this on the shelf.
Green Tea Extract – Clinical studies suggest that green tea extract may boost metabolism and help burn fat. One study found that the combination of green tea and caffeine improved weight loss and maintenance in people who were overweight and moderately obese. Some researchers think that substances in green tea known as catechins are responsible for the herb’s fat-burning effect.
C. Canephora Robusta (Green Coffee Extract) – Evidence from research has indicated that the consumption of caffeinated coffee can lead to some reductions in long-term weight gain, an effect which is likely to be due to the known thermogenic effects of caffeine intake.
Rasberry Ketone – Although this was promoted as a ‘miracle fat burner’ on a popular yet controversial TV show there is actually no evidence to support these claims.
Olive Leaf Extract – Olive leaf has been implicated in various fat burning effects (increased thyroid hormones and adrenaline) there does not appear to be any overall fat lost in trials using olive leaf supplements.
Caffeine – This compliments the green tea. It stimulates the central nervous system (CNS), heart, muscles, and the centers that control blood pressure to give you an extra boost and hit that PB.
Bacopa monnieri – Now, this is not anything to do with fat burning but is a nootropic which assists with cognitive function. This ingredient can be found in a review I found of a great nootropic called Mind Lab Pro.
Garcinia – Evidence suggests that Garcinia extracts generate weight loss on the short term. However, the magnitude of this effect is small, is no longer statistically significant when only rigorous rigorous clinical trials are considered, and its clinical relevance seems questionable.
Chrysin – Laboratory research suggests that chrysin might increase testosterone, but research in humans hasn’t found any effect on testosterone levels. The amount of chrysin that is absorbed from the intestine may be very small, which would make the effects unlikely.
Coleus forskohlii – Forskolin is a chemical found in the roots of the plant Plectranthus barbatus. This plant has been used since ancient times to treat heart disorders such as high blood pressure and chest pain (angina), as well as respiratory disorders such as asthma. Somewhat effective in reducing fat mass in obese and overweight persons.
2 pills per day. This limits the use of the ingredients. 4 pills per day is ideal. 1370mg of ingredients available which is about 50% of what is in the best fat burner on the market today.
There’s no proprietary blend here which is a bit of a break from the norm.
All natural ingredients, no chemicals or fillers.
There’s an element usually found in a nootropic supplement which assists with mental alertness.
There’s 9 ingredients, this is an ideal number so they can all work together in conjunction and maximize your shred.
RRP is $79.99 – that is expensive by anyone’s book.
Poor dosing schedule.
A poor milligram content compared to the 2825.11mg offered by Instant Knockout.
From the 9 ingredients, there is no evidence that 3 of them actually work to cut fat, plus the nootropic ingredient and chrysin which is found in many testosterone boosting products but doesn’t actually work. That leaves us with 4 fat burning ingredients and a total of 810mg per day. Nightmare.
My Review Conclusion:
When this product is stripped back and examined for what it really is we are left with a low dose of 4 ingredients to help with fat burn, the rest are not what we would call beneficial, especially as they are anyway. In conjunction with the high ticket price tag, in order for us to recommend there would need to be a steep improvement in doses, even if they were just to include 4, effective ingredients.
As a result, I believe it is still missing compounds such as cayenne peppers and other vitals such as B12 and B6 to be entirely effective or useful.