What You Should Know
Hot Stuff Up Your Gas is an energy supplement with a few added ingredients for a bigger punch. The herbal blend is packed with common stimulants and a couple B vitamins. The ingredient list is easy to find on the official Hot Stuff website. Visitors can order the product online and contact customer service on the site as well. The products are a bit difficult to find from the Hot Stuff store. There are no testimonials offered and no before and after photos are published.
List of Ingredients
Herbal Energy Blend: Guarana Seed Extract, Kola Nut, Panax Ginseng Extract, Taurine, Gingko Leaf Extract, Acai Fruit Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Black Pepper Extract and Royal Jelly.
The first ingredient in Up Your Gas is Guarana. Guarana is a stimulant, though not a strong one, nor the best one for weight loss. Guarana will increase heart rate, but the effect on metabolism has not been proven.
Kola Nut is another stimulant. Again, heart rate will increase, but metabolism does not necessary increase at the same time.
Panax Ginseng is commonly used to improve memory, focus and brain function. There is evidence the ingredient may help in these areas. Any supplement including Panax ginseng to improve athletic performance is simply not supported by medical literature or study.
Acai fruit extract is an antioxidant, as is green tea leaf extract. Acai will not boost metabolism, but it will help fight off free radical damage associated with weight loss. Green tea leaf extract is a proven ingredient. We would like to know how much green tea leaf extract is included in the supplement, but it is added as a proprietary blend. There is no appetite suppressant in the Hot Stuff Up Your Gas formula.
Hot Stuff Up Your Gas sells for $17.95 for 60 tablets. Each tablet includes B vitamins niacin and B12. These may help boost energy for a short time, but they will quickly flush out of the body.
- Ingredients are listed on the Hot Stuff website.
- Visitors can order the product directly from Hot Stuff.
- The stimulant ingredients are not proven to increase weight loss.
- The website is a bit difficult to navigate between the description and order page.
Up Your Gas will definitely increase energy, but the chances of weight loss are minimal. Guarana and Kola Nut can be intense stimulants for someone who is not used to taking caffeine or other natural energy booster. It is best to start at a half or quarter dose and work up from there. If a dieter is trying to boost metabolism, this is not the product for that purpose. Look for chromium and caffeine on the label.