What You Should Know
Jet Alert is a double caffeine product with twice the caffeine of other products, according to the description. The supplement contains just 200 mg of caffeine, so the double caffeine claim is not exactly true. Information from the product label is also available in the product description and many of the claims are completely false. From the start we suggest the dieter choose a different energy product. Jet Alert clearly makes claims that are false and we haven’t even made it to the ingredient list just yet.
Energy supplements are not the same as diet supplements, though dieters often find themselves taking both. Diet supplements contain ingredients to reduce appetite and increase metabolism. Sometimes that means caffeine and other times green tea and other stimulants. Energy supplements contain just caffeine, most of the time, and nothing more.
List of Ingredients
Well, we were just as disappointed in the ingredient list as we were in the product label. The only ingredient in the formula is caffeine – 200 mg. That amount of caffeine can increase energy, but it can also cause some serious side effects. The dieter who doesn’t consume that much caffeine may feel jittery, nauseous and overall just plain crappy when the peak of the caffeine hits the bloodstream.
The product label is another concern. No, the caffeine is not double strength – so that is one problem. Second, caffeine is addictive despite the claim that the supplement is non-habit forming. The body gets used to a regular stream of caffeine and when the dieter misses that dose they will feel tired and have a horrible headache. There is a lengthy warning on the product label as well. This warning is a little more detailed than some we’ve found, but it contains much of the same information.
We love the fact that there is a phone number in the product description so the dieter can contact the company with questions or concerns about the product. We rarely find the company responsible for the caffeine pill let alone a means of connecting the consumer to help from the company.
- All ingredients are listed online.
- The product contains caffeine.
- Caffeine is supported with clinical research.
- Dieters should not take 200 mg of caffeine without first working up to that amount.
- If the dieter takes a caffeinated weight loss product, this supplement is not safe to take on top.
Jet Alert is a caffeine pill and nothing more. You can go into any grocery store and buy the same pill for about the same price. Jet Alert is NOT a double caffeine product and it does not work twice as good as the competitor.