What You Should Know
Beldt is a thermogenic dietary supplement from Beldt Labs. The supplement is touted as a one of a kind supplement designed specifically for Mixed Martial Arts fighters. The creators of the supplement claim the supplement is specifically for MMA fighters due to the specific considerations necessary to perform at such a high level. Beldt Labs wants individuals to realize the supplement is not just another bodybuilding supplement. This particular supplement burns fat, eliminates fat storage, enhances the flow of blood to the muscles and promotes muscle growth. As of now, you can only review product information on the official website. In order to purchase the supplement, you will need to visit Amazon.com.
List of Ingredients
- Medium Chain Triglycerides
- Soy Lecithin
- Glycerol Monostearate
- Paprika Extract
- Soy Mixed Tocopherols
- Green Tea Extract
- White Tea Extract
- Evodia Rutaecarpa Extract
- Inositol Hexaphosphate
- Black Pepper Extract
- White Willow Extract
- Aspidosperma Quebracho-Blanco Extract
- Inula Racemosa Extract
- Cnidium Monnieri Extract
- Yohimbe Extract
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Xanthinol Nicotinate
- Codonopsis Pillosula Extract
We have seen supplements developed for specific sports, such as bodybuilding, but none specifically for MMA fighters. The supplement claims to provide a boost in energy, burn fat, eliminate fat storage and increase blood flow to the muscles. The company claims the supplement underwent a series of clinical trials and the researchers concluded the ingredients in Beldt would in fact breakdown fat. Unfortunately, there is no links to the trials of mention of the related scientific research.
Looking through the ingredient list, we found several proven weight loss ingredients such as green tea and caffeine. Both were listed in a proprietary blend with no information as to how much is consumed per serving. We understand companies typically list ingredients in a proprietary blend in order to market a particular formula, but this is not ideal for dieters who may be sensitive to thermogenic ingredients.
Beldt is not available on the official website. Dieters must visit Amazon.com in order to purchase the supplement. The supplement retails for approximately $30. This is not a bad investment considering similar thermogenic supplements retail for twice this amount.
- The supplement is inexpensive.
- The website is filled with information relating to usage and ingredient information.
- The supplement is not linked to clinical trials or scientific research.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- There are several negative customer testimonials online.
There are a few proven ingredients listed in Beldt, but the inclusion of green tea and caffeine will not generate the results claimed by Beldt Labs. There are no clinical trials or scientific research available to prove otherwise. Although the cost of the supplement is lower than comparable supplements, we feel as if the average dieter will not invest in an unproven product.