Anabolic Xtreme Rampage Review
What You Should Know
What kind of supplement do you want to take before heading into the gym for the workout of a lifetime – Anabolic Xtreme Rampage, if you are a bodybuilder. This supplement is nothing more than a ton of caffeine with a little green tea extract and coleus forskohlii thrown in to make it look like something more. The CoreBurn Blend contains 1035mg and the first ingredient is synephrine. This means there is more synephrine in the supplement than anything else. This stimulant supplement will provide extra energy for those long workouts, but the dieter and bodybuilder need to know the possible negative side effects associated with synephrine.
List of Ingredients
- Citrus Aurantium
- Green Tea Extract
- Coleus Forskohlii
The first and foremost ingredient in Anabolic Xtreme Rampage is synephrine, also known as citrus aurantium. This ingredient became extremely popular after ephedra was banned by the FDA. Supposedly synephrine offers all the benefits of ephedra without the negative side effects, but that’s not the case. the FDA listed synephrine on the watch list more than five years ago and continues to watch the ingredient for potential side effects that could be reason for adding the ingredient to the banned.
Synephrine is associated with negative side effects nearly identical to ephedra, but synephrine is not proven to boost metabolism or melt fat the way ephedra was proven.
Green tea extract is the next ingredient. We love the fact that the company thought to include a proven metabolism booster, but the fact that green tea extract is included in a proprietary blend means clinical studies are useless. The company does not reveal how much green tea is in the formula so the dieter has no idea if there is enough based on clinical studies.
Caffeine is one of the most common ingredients used in weight loss supplements. It boosts energy and metabolism, but too many companies pack supplements full of tons of caffeine. Taking too much caffeine can cause negative side effects, including shakiness, loss of sleep and jitters.
- We found a complete list of ingredients for Anabolic Xtreme Rampage.
- The supplement contains two proven ingredients – green tea extract and caffeine.
- Contains synephrine.
- May cause overstimulation.
- May cause negative side effects.
- Synephrine is on the FDA watch list.
If a diet supplement contains a dangerous ingredient the dieter should steer clear of the product. Anabolic Xtreme Rampage is not a safe supplement. The dieter has no idea how much caffeine and synephrine are in the formula. With more than 1000mg in the proprietary blend, there is apt to be quite the energy boost.