What You Should Know
Bronson Laboratories Ener-G claims to be a non-stimulant energy complex, but the ingredient list tells us a different story. There is one stimulant ingredient in the supplement that is associated with negative side effects similar to ephedra. The company claims the ingredient supports energy metabolism, but this is simply not true. Ingredients are listed online, so the dieter can take a gander the supplement and research any and all ingredients. We found no testimonials from people having used Bronson Laboratories Ener-G.
List of Ingredients
Magnesium Potassium Aspartate, Endurin TG. .
Proprietary Energizing Compound: Eleuthero Root, Gotu Kola Leaf, Panax Ginseng Root Extract, Mucuna Pruriens Seed Extract, Maca Root, Royal Jelly and Citrus Aurantium.
Bronson BioAccelerators: Bioperine, Ginger Root Extract, Trikatu, Digenzyme and Lactospore.
Bronson Laboratories does a great job of listing all ingredients and even explaining some in the product description. The main ingredients for energy are included in the Proprietary Energizing Compound. Only one is a proven stimulant, but that is more than enough as the product description claims there are no stimulants in the formula.
The ingredient in question is citrus aurantium. This ingredient has many names, including bitter orange and synephrine. No matter what the name is listed on the label, the effect is the same – stimulation. Citrus aurantium is the cousin of ephedra. While it is not proven to boost weight loss and metabolism like Ephedra, it is proven to increase heart rate, blood pressure and risk of heart related complications.
Mucuna Pruriens Seed Extract is known to affect mood. This could cause serious problems for the dieter if they have mental illness problems or if they are taking anti-depressants or anxiety medications. Always check with a physician before taking any supplements to discuss the risk of interaction.
The BioAccelerators are simply added to increase the absorption of the other ingredients. Some have multiple uses, such as ginger root. Ginger root can be used to increase absorption and calm the stomach.
- All ingredients are listed for the dieter to read.
- The product description for Bronson Laboratories Ener-G claims there are no stimulants in the formula.
- Some ingredients may cause negative side effects.
Dieters are always looking for the newest, best energy supplement to keep them going when they start eating less food to lose weight. Bronson Laboratories Ener-G offers an energy boost, but there is one stimulant in the formula. Dieters should never trust the product description for a supplement. Always look for the ingredient list and research the ingredients. In terms of weight loss, there are no metabolism boosting, appetite suppressing ingredients in this supplement. Dieters may wish to look elsewhere for a supplement that supports weight loss.