What You Should Know
Detonate is a dietary supplement from sports nutrition company Gaspari Nutrition. The supplement is a powerful thermogenic claiming to improve weight loss as well as shed excess fat. Throughout the website there is information stating Detonate has undergone several clinical trials to prove effectiveness. Unfortunately, there are no links provided or scientific proof. What we think the company is attempting to do is use the fact that caffeine and green tea are clinically proven and apply the research toward Detonate.
List of Ingredients
- Dendrobium Extract
- B-Phenylethylamine HCL
- Tangerine Extract
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Green Tea Extract
- Green Coffee Bean Extract
- Asian Ginseng Root
- Black Pepper Extract
Caffeine anhydrous is powdered caffeine. Most caffeinated weight loss supplements contain a powdered form of the stimulant. Caffeine is clinically proven to boost energy and may increase metabolism with regular use. Taking too much caffeine, however, can cause negative side effects, including addiction to caffeine or caffeine overdose. It is crucial to stop taking caffeine after lunch as taking it late in the day can interrupt sleep patterns.
Green tea extract is another good metabolism booster. Clinical studies proven green tea extract – particularly the caffeine and EGCG – increase metabolism and boost weight loss. Even if the caffeine is removed from green tea extract the EGCG works to support weight loss.
Dendrobium is a dangerous stimulant commonly used as a replacement ingredient for 1,3 dimethylamylamine. There are reports of negative side effects, including increased heart rate and elevated blood pressure in dieters who’ve taken dendrobium. There are also reports that some supplement manufacturers included amphetamines in supplements that were supposed to contain the ingredient.
Phenylethylamine affects mood on a level that should be considered dangerous for dieters with depression, anxiety or panic. Anyone with any mental illness or condition should not take this ingredient.
- Ingredients are listed for Detonate online.
- Contains caffeine and green tea.
- The supplement is available for purchase on the official website.
- There are several questionable ingredients in the Detonate formula.
- Phenylethylamine is not safe for dieters with mental instability or illness.
- Dendrobium may be associated with negative side effects.
- Multiple stimulants are stacked together in Detonate.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
Detonate is not a safe diet supplement for most dieters. If you take out the dieters with health issues, those on prescription medications and anyone with a diagnosed or undiagnosed mental condition, you are left with a small number of dieters. Even then, dendrobium supplements are notoriously for containing illegal ingredients or causing negative side effects in otherwise healthy dieters.