DS Lean Xtreme Review
What You Should Know
DS Lean Xtreme is a non-stimulant fat burner. This means there are no stimulants in the formula to increase heart rate and blood pressure. Unfortunately this claim is not 100-percent accurate. There is green tea in the formula and green tea contains caffeine. Caffeine is a stimulant and thus there is at least one stimulant in the formula. (There is no mention of the green tea being decaffeinated.)
We found a complete list of ingredients for DS Lean Xtreme, but the ingredient lists all ingredients in a proprietary blend. That means the dieter has no idea how much of each ingredient is in the supplement. When a company hides the ingredients we rarely support the supplement because dieters have the right to know the exact amount of each ingredient.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea Extract
DS Lean Xtreme includes green tea standardized to 50-percent EGCG. EGCG is a proven, non-stimulant fat burner so Driven Sports is telling the truth about the supplement containing non-stimulant fat burners, but there is some caffeine in the supplement sourced from the green tea as well.
Forskohlii is not associated with fat burn so this ingredient has nothing to do with fat burn or the claim of stress and cortisol reduction. Phosphatidylserine is supposed to reduce stress, improve mood and inhibit cortisol production. Driven Sports doesn’t bother to list any clinical studies supporting this claim.
- We found a complete list of ingredients for DS Lean Xtreme.
- Green tea is proven to boost metabolism.
- The green tea is standardized for EGCG.
- There is mention that the supplement may help promote healthy thyroid functions, but not all dieters have an underactive thyroid.
- The green tea likely supplies some form of caffeine.
- There is no mention of how much of each ingredient is included in the formula.
- No testimonials supporting the supplement.
- No money back guarantee.
- No clinical studies supporting weight loss claims.
DS Lean Xtreme is not an extreme supplement at all. This product is nothing more than a few weight loss ingredients packed together with an ingredient that is supposed to inhibit cortisol. If there is clinical research supporting the company’s claims, they should include those in the product description because as it stands, the ingredient list does not sell the supplement.
If the dieter wants to lose more weight and they are experiencing stress, they should stick with stress-reducing exercises and proven fat burning ingredients.