What You Should Know
Accelerant is a stimulant from Molecular Nutrition, a supplement company. The ingredient list is openly published online, but all ingredients are packaged in proprietary blends. Companies tend to use proprietary blends to hide ingredients from competitors, but in the process the ingredients are hidden from the consumer who wants to know just what they are taking. We are all for competitive business in a multi-billion dollar business, but Molecular Nutrition can reveal how much of the proven ingredients are used in the formula to give dieters something to base their choice on.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea Extract
- Bacopa Monniera
- Raspberry Ketones
- Banaba Leaf Extract
- Cinnamon Extract
There are four proprietary blends in Accelerant – AccelerSTIM, AdaptoLEAN, PhenoLean and InsuloTHERM. AccelerSTIM is the stimulant portion of the supplement. There you will find common ingredients like caffeine and green tea extract. These are the two ingredients Molecular Nutrition should have been more open about. Too much caffeine can cause negative side effects and too little green tea is ineffective.
The remaining proprietary blends contain some proven and successful ingredients like aswaganda, raspberry ketones and banaba leaf extract, but again we are left wondering if the company added enough for the supplement to be effective. The effectiveness of the supplement also comes into play when we check the price. The original price for the supplement was $80 a bottle, but that price has been reduced to $20 a bottle. Either the supplement does not work or Molecular Nutrition is no longer producing the formula and old stock is being liquidated. We found the supplement listed on the official website for $50 a bottle – so why are some websites selling at such deep discounts?
- The label and complete ingredient list are available online.
- Contains caffeine and green tea.
- You can find the supplement for less than $20 a bottle.
- Each bottle could last up to 90 days.
- There are huge price differences online.
- All ingredients are packed in proprietary blends.
- The formula could contain too much caffeine.
- There may not be enough green tea per serving.
There are some good ingredients in Accelerant, but the proprietary blends hide the details dieters need to research if the supplement will truly work as claimed. There are billions of dollars spent on supplements each year and a large portion of that money is wasted on supplements and products that are simply not effective from the start. Dieters often have no idea what they are looking for, but they do have the ability to research ingredients and amounts. Accelerant does not give dieters the information they need to do that.