Fusion Rocket Fuel Review
What You Should Know
Fusion Rocket Fuel is another supplement claiming to work similarly to ephedra without ephedra. The ingredient list is packed with dangerous stimulants and diuretics, so we are quick to throw the red flag on this one – but in case you’re wondering just how dangerous some fat burners can be – we’ll break this one down.
List of Ingredients
- 1, 3 Dimethylamylamine
- Cassia Nomame
- Green Tea
- Uva Ursi
- Phyllantus Embilica
- Citrus Aurantium
- N Acetyl L Tyrosine
1, 3 Dimethylamylamine is a stimulant associated with heart palpitations and other negative side effects. This ingredient works like adrenaline and is not safe for dieters with health issues.
Caffeine is a safe, proven ingredient but this company adds 175 mg of caffeine to Fusion Rocket Fuel in addition to other stimulants. This could cause negative side effects like jitters and shakes.
Cassia Nomame is supposed to block the absorption of fat so fewer calories are absorbed from foods containing fats. There are no clinical studies listed in the product description to support any weight loss benefit.
Taraxum is dandelion root, a diuretic. Diuretics work to reduce water retention by causing the body to push out excess fluid. With that fluid goes electrolytes like potassium.
Green tea is a thermogenic fat burner that is proven to boost metabolism. However, there is only 50 mg of this proven ingredient and that’s not enough to cause weight loss.
Uva Ursi is another diuretic. Combining diuretics can cause increased water loss and increased risk of dehydration and muscle cramping.
Niacin is a B vitamin that causes skin flushing similar to a hot flash. This ingredient has no function in this supplement other than to fool the dieter into feeling like their metabolism is on the rise.
Phyllantus Embilica may help control hunger by regulating blood glucose release. No clinical studies are listed, however.
Citrus aurantium is a source of synephrine. Synephrine is commonly used in place of ephedra as a stimulant. There are negative side effects, including increased blood pressure, associated with this ingredient. Synephrine is currently on the watch list for the FDA.
- The ingredients for Fusion Rocket Fuel are listed online.
- Contains green tea and caffeine.
- Dangerous ingredients mean the entire supplement is dangerous.
- May cause heart palpitations.
- May cause increased blood pressure.
- Not safe for all dieters.
Fusion Rocket Fuel is not a safe diet supplement and should not be taken by dieters with heart problems or high blood pressure. The diuretic ingredients could interfere with some prescription medications, especially those taken for high blood pressure and water retention.