EBoost Natural Energy Review
What You Should Know
The eBoost Natural Energy supplement line is packed with kits, shots and various flavors. The selling point of the formula is that it helps boost energy and improve mood with premium ingredients that don’t cause that caffeine crash. We love when supplement companies like eBoost Natural Energy make claims that simply do not make sense and, moreover, claims that are directly negated by the ingredient list.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea Leaf Extract (standardized for caffeine)
- Green Coffee Seed Extract
- Green Tea Leaf Extract (standardized for EGCG)
- Quercetin Dihydrate
- Astragalus Membranaceus Root Extract
- Grape Seed Extract
Glucuronolactone is a naturally produced in the liver and it can be found in certain plants. The majority of companies that use this ingredient claim it can detox the body by inhibiting toxin production and improve focus and concentration. We were unable to find a peer-reviewed study into the effects of Glucuronolactone.
Green tea leaf extract is listed twice on the ingredient list. The first time it is standardized for 110 mg of caffeine and the second time it is standardized for EGCG. Caffeine is a stimulant – the stimulant –that causes the crash associated with many energy supplements. If eBoost Natural Energy claims to help users avoid that crash why would they add the ingredient responsible for the crash?
The remaining ingredients are considered relatively safe for most dieters. All have been associated with weight loss in some fashion over the years, but none are considered primary ingredients, stimulants or fat burners.
eBoost Natural Energy is available for sale on the official website in powder and shot delivery systems. The powder must be mixed with water; creating a bubbly drink similar to Alka Seltzer. The shot is not carbonated, but the shot contains 150 mg of caffeine per serving – 40 mg more than eBoost Natural Energy powder.
- The eBoost Natural Energy website lists all ingredients and nutritional information.
- Both the shot and powder contain green tea, EGCG and caffeine.
- Could increase energy and metabolism.
- The formula contains the main ingredient responsible for energy crashes.
- The shot contains 40 more mg of caffeine than the powder.
- Each shot retails for more than $3.
eBoost Natural Energy is a name that fools dieters into believing this company is offering something different. There is caffeine in all eBoost Natural Energy products – enough caffeine to cause some dieters to feel an extreme increase in energy followed by the fateful crash caffeine has become known for. There is nothing special about the eBoost Natural Energy formula.