DopaLean GH Review
What You Should Know
DopaLean GH is a supplement from ProSource that claims to increase fat loss without using stimulants. Stimulant-free fat burners rarely have any effect on weight loss, unless they contain EGCG as a main ingredient. EGCG is proven to boost metabolism without stimulation. This supplement does not contain EGCG, but it does contain beef and pork, according to the product label. We are unsure how beef and pork increase fat burn. Svetol, also known as green coffee bean extract) has recently replaced garcinia cambogia in many widely known weight loss supplements. Supposedly the ingredient is not a stimulant despite the coffee bean name.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin C
- Mucuna Pruriens Extract
- Svetol (Green Coffee Bean Extract)
- Contains Rice, Beef and Pork
According to DopaLean GH and ProSource, Svetol is not a stimulant. When we searched the Svetol website, we found out that the coffee beans are decaffeinated with CO2 to create a substance rich in chlorogenic acids without the spice of caffeine. Caffeine is proven to boost metabolism, so we’re not sure why 100% of the caffeine was removed from this supplement.
The only other ingredient in the formula is Mucuna Pruriens Extract. This is an extract of the velvet bean. There are several medicinal reasons for using this extract, but none have anything to do with weight loss.
After sorting through the ingredient list we are left wondering how rice, beef and pork make it into the supplement. There is no apparent source of these food products and no association with this ingredients and weight loss.
- We found a complete list of ingredients in label form.
- Svetol may improve skin health.
- The product contains no stimulants.
- DopaLean GH is sold online.
- The ingredient list shows an allergy warning for rice, beef and pork, but no source.
- None of the ingredients in the formula are proven to boost metabolism.
- Green coffee bean is decaffeinated – but caffeine is proven to boost metabolism.
- Does not contain an appetite suppressant.
There is something about DopaLean GH that is just not right. The allergy warning claims rice and animal products are in the formula, but none of the ingredients are associated with either of these products. We are unsure why these allergens are in the formula or how they’ve made it into the bottle, but we can only wonder if there are any other ingredients not listed on the label. Dieters should be extremely cautious when taking this product or products like this as the ingredient list may not tell the whole truth.