What You Should Know
Fuse Science is a sports nutrition and weight loss solution manufacturer. The company sells Enerjel, PowerFuse and ElectroFuse. The company prides itself in providing science-backed products which will improve the overall health and wellness of the dieter. When companies make large claims, we want to know what’s going on behind the scenes. We will take a closer look at Fuse Science and see if this is the right company for the average dieter.
List of Ingredients
- Sports nutrition and supplement company.
Fuse Science is supplement company which has a small, yet powerful arsenal of supplements designed to improve overall health and wellness. The products are designed to fight fatigue, increase energy and help dieters replenish electrolytes. Although the ingredient lists are available on the website, the only noticeable proven ingredient was caffeine. Even though caffeine was included, the ingredient was listed in a proprietary blend. Dieters will not actually know how much caffeine they are consuming in a single dose.
When we looked throughout the website, there was no indication as to clinical research, although there website stated there were tests performed on all of the products. This is concerning. When a company states tests were done and provides no evidence, what else is the company hiding.
One thing not hidden was the price. Compared to similar products, the items from Fuse Science are rather affordable. The budget-conscience dieter will not break the bank using the products.
- Fuse Science uses celebrity endorsements.
- The products are affordable.
- The management team and Board of Directors are industry experts.
- Ingredients are listed in the website.
- Several of the products contain proven weight loss ingredients such as caffeine.
- The product line is available on the official website.
- There was no scientific evidence backing the claims by Fuse Science.
- The company provides studies, but no one relating to weight loss.
If dieters choose to buy supplements and weight loss solutions based upon who endorses the products, instead of the ingredients inside of the product, they are going down the wrong path. We found Fuse Science to be more of a Who’s Who in the sports world instead of a company committed to the health and wellbeing of the dieter. We encountered more technical jargon instead of verifiable ingredient listings and clinical trials and research. There was information relating to the science behind the products, but no information was listed to use a follow-up to the claims. Is science without proof actually science? Aside from the lack of scientific proof, we did notice the price was rather affordable. This will surely please the budget-conscience dieter. If a company is going to have industry experts on its management team and Board of Directors, one would think there would be verifiable scientific evidence of effectiveness littered on the website, but it was not.