What You Should Know
Blaze Extreme, by San, is a Lipotropic supplement that is marketed toward athletes. San’s website contains an abundance of information on each ingredient including graphics and references. Here, we will determine which types of dieters this supplement is intended for.
List of Ingredients
(Undecylthioacetic Acid, Green Tea Extract (60% EGCG)(leaf), Caffeine Anhydrous, Coleus Forskohlii (20% Forskolin)(root), Bacopa Monniera (50% Bacosides A & B)(leaf), and Tyramine (96%)(root) Delta-5-ETM (1,2,4,11,12,15,16-Septahydro-10,13-dimethyl-3, 17-dimethoxycarboxy-cyclopenta[a]phenanthrene-7-one).
Other Ingredients: Sesame Seed Oil, Gelatin, Glycerolmonostearate, Sunflower Lecithin, Mixed Tocopherols, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Red # 40, FD&C Yellow #6, and FD&C Blue #1.
The Blaze Extreme formula is also referred to as a “Lipotropic Inferno” because of its supposed ability to burn fat. Delta 5-E is the name San gave for their 7-Keto-DHEA Ester technology. It promotes the T3 hormone from the thyroid which can help burn fat during exercise. A continued use of Tyramine can cause vasoconstriction and an increase in blood pressure. Forskolin is added to the formula in order to promote fat burning and muscle gains. One peer-review study suggests that Forskolin can increase testosterone and lean muscle mass in human subjects. Green Tea is also added to aid fat burning. Bacopa Monniera is an Ayurvedic herb typically used in India to treat epilepsy or asthma. This herb lacks clinical trials backing its relationship to weight loss. TTA (Tetradecylthioacetic Acid) is included in order to breakdown fat and promote insulin sensitivity.
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- Side effects are unknown.
Even though Blaze Extreme’s claims are backed by 18 references, it is still not clear if this product would be effective for all types of dieters. This product is intended for bodybuilders or people used to taking heavy supplements. This product contains caffeine and ingredients that are not necessarily proven to be effective. Before buying this product, ask your physician if it can be harmful to your health, and then decide if it is worth $30 per 96 capsules.