Let me have just two minutes of your time to tell you whether or not Man Scorch is worth a try. We’ve been curious, so we looked into the ingredients, potential side effects, clinical research and customer service. We even read through hundreds of user reviews online. Then, we summarized it to give you the bottom line.
What is Man Scorch?
To start, Man Scorch is a supplement containing caffeine, green tea extract, oolong tea, and synephrine are the more well-known ones. Users are instructed to take three pills twice per day on an empty stomach (but not after 4 pm). Bottles contain 168 pills and that lasts one month. It’s supposed to help spark metabolism so you lose more weight.
The product, which is produced by MAN sports in Mesquite, TX, uses several stimulants that are shown to provide at least a moderate boost in metabolism. You can find it on the main website or in a number of online retailers. We do like the use of a few proven ingredients, and the moderate price isn’t too bad, but read on…
Results – “Don’t Prove Much”
Our first issue with Man Scorch ingredients was the mixed bag of results. “If you commit to your six pills per day, you may see modest results,” said our Research Editor. “The stimulants should give a small boost, but reviews show a relatively small chance at success. I’m not sure it’s worth it.”
“Not only have I not lost weight, but I don’t see a difference in energy or appetite,” said one user.
“I didn’t notice any difference when taking this product,” said another.
Side Effects – “Another Concern”
Not surprisingly, we found many reviews online that mentioned undesirable Man Scorch side effects.
“I have not felt any other effects besides a burst of energy from caffeine, which is then followed by a crash if I forget or don’t have time to take the second serving later during the day,” said one customer online.
“Not too jittery,” said another, “but it did keep me up at night.”
Upon reading more reviews, we noticed a variety of side effects besides energy related ones. “Complete waste of money. Did make me constipated, though!” said one person.
We have researched many different supplements, and one recurring theme is that even one shortcoming in a product (caffeine side effects, constipation, high cost) can lead to long-term failure of the product. If Man Scorch really does cause these reactions, we don’t have a lot of faith that the product will lead to real weight-loss.
The Science – “Validated by Science?”
One good thing about Man Scorch is that it uses some ingredients that actually have clinical support. Caffeine and the two tea extracts have both been shown to have modest effects on fat and metabolism (although they can cause side effects for people sensitive to stimulants). Synephrine also has been shown to support weight-loss, although the National Library of Medicine says more studies are needed to confirm its safety. We also found a fad ingredient. Raspberry Ketones, for instance, haven’t been shown to decrease fat in anything other than mice and rats.
The Bottom Line – Does Man Scorch Work?
Should we rush out for this one? We were pretty interested in the claims Man Scorch made, since several ingredients have promise and a couple have proven track records. This product has the potential to be effective – it needs some fine-tuning. Be that as it may, the disappointment lies in the side effects, spotty results, and the price. We think the cost is a bit steep for a mixture that doesn’t offer much of a trustworthy guarantee.
For those who do need to burn off some extra weight, however, we recommend finding a supplement that offers reliable results, few side effects, and has a good price point for what you get in each pill. You want to get the most out your money; don’t pay more than you need to for average ingredients.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It has really given us a pleasant surprise lately by using four clinically tested ingredients to help burn fat and boost metabolism very effectively. Side effects seem to be a non-issue, and the reviews from around the web look great! Definitely a good value for the money.
Also a good sign: the makers of Leptigen are offering a Special Trial Offer.