What You Should Know
CTD Labs is a supplement company with quite the lineup of supplements for weight loss and bodybuilding. The company website is a bit slow for our taste, but every one of the supplement pages we looked at included a picture of the product label for the supplement. Some of the ingredient lists show the amounts for each of the ingredients and others show the ingredients in proprietary blends. The company supports direct ordering and customers can call the company for more information on products using contact information provided on the website.
If you are looking for a fat burner you may have trouble finding one on the CTD Labs website. The company aims the supplements they provide at bodybuilders more than dieters, but the Green Tea Extract and Hypercuts are two fat burners on the product list.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea Extract:
- Green Tea Extract
- Vitamin C
- Raspberry Ketones
- 1, 3 Dimethylamylamine
- Citrus Aurantium
- L-Huperzine A
- N, N Dimethylhydroxyphenylethylamine
CTD Labs is one of those companies that sells a ton of supplements for one section of the supplement population. In this case that section is bodybuilding. If you are just starting out or if you are a seasoned bodybuilder you will find a supplement or stack of supplements for you. The company lists ingredients for all supplements and a product description for each, but the ingredients aren’t always the safest.
Hypercuts, for instance, is a fat burner for use during the cutting phase of bodybuilding. The ingredient list is proprietary, first problem and some of the ingredients are associated with dangerous side effects. The company does not bother to list support for the product claims and the warning for the supplement misses some important points, like the fact that dieters taking prescription drugs for mood should not take Hypercuts.
- We were able to find ingredient lists for all the supplement on the website.
- Some of the supplements created by CTD Labs will likely work as claimed.
- Some supplements can be used by dieters, though formulated for bodybuilders.
- Some ingredients are not considered safe for all dieters.
- The product description is missing clinical support.
- Some of the ingredients are known to cause negative side effects.
CTD Labs is one of those companies that sells a ton of supplements – some overlapping others. There are stacks and test boosters, cutting supplements and diuretics. The bodybuilder has a complete line of supplements, but the dieter is left with strong stimulants and water pills – which are not the same as safe, effective, proven weight loss products.