What You Should Know
Bolt 260 is an energy supplement that claims to be different from other energy products. This one contains caffeine, as most energy boosters do, but it also contains an ingredient that is supposed to work on a cellular level to boost energy. This is a huge claim, but not a new one. There are plenty of supplements out there that contain the same ingredient, so what makes Bolt 260 stand out from the other competitors? Nothing – there is nothing about the supplement, reviews, testimonials or ingredient list that make this product better than other caffeinated energy boosters.
Bolt 260 is a proprietary blend of ingredients, which IS highly uncommon. Most companies gladly tell the consumer how much caffeine is in each dose – they are looking for high levels of caffeine so why not tell them. This product contains caffeine as the first ingredient, but it does not tell the dieter how much caffeine is included.
List of Ingredients
- Microcrystalline Cellulose
- Magnesium Stearate
- Silicon Dioxide
The difference between most caffeine energy supplements and Bolt 260 is the addition of NADH. While this is not the only supplement to add that ingredient, it is not a common ingredient. NADH is nothing more than an enzyme. It helps prevent cells from breaking down due to oxidant activity in the body. There is a healthy reason to supplement NADH, but that reason has nothing to do with prolonged energy.
According to the Bolt 260 label, one dose of Bolt 260 will last up to eight hours. That is not completely true either. Caffeine takes 12 hours to pass out of the body – all caffeine. If you drink coffee, take a caffeine pill or choose Bolt 260, you will feel the effects of that caffeine for 12 hours though the energy boost you feel in the beginning will fade dramatically after only a few hours.
- Bolt 260 contains caffeine.
- The ingredient label is available online.
- We found an official website for the product and the company behind the product.
- The caffeine is in a proprietary blend.
- The NADH will not increase energy.
- There are no pictures of any of the reviewers.
- The supplement is extremely expensive for a caffeinated product like this.
If you want to take caffeine for energy you are going to look for a product that tells you how much caffeine is included per serving. Bolt 260 does not tell the dieter how much caffeine they are taking with each dose and that is a shame, because there are a lot of caffeine junkies out there. We believe there to be in excess of 200 mg of caffeine per dose – too much for the average dieter.