Meta Ignite Review
What You Should Know
Meta Ignite is a product from GNC. The supplement is part of a new line of products called the GenetixHD line. We are familiar with GNC products; some are great and others are lacking in more ways than we can mention in one review, so we knew going into the review that things were up in the air. What we did not expect to find was a lacking ingredient list. GNC always posts the ingredients in the formulas that carry the company name. In this case, however, all we found was a couple common B vitamins and a list of blends. What is in the blends? We have no idea and GNC’s not telling.
List of Ingredients
- Pantothenic Acid
- Tri-Pepper Blend
- Metabolic Igniter Blend
- Physio Metabolic Pump Blend
- Fatty Acid and Energy Metabolizer Blend
GNC GenetixHD Meta Ignite is a letdown in every way. Despite the fact that there are multiple positive reviews; an indicator of how well the supplement is formulated, the company does not list the ingredients in the formula.
We can assume the Tri-Pepper Blend includes Bioperine and Cayenne Pepper with some other pepper extract. This formula would increase absorption of the other ingredients and slightly increase body temperature.
The Metabolic Igniter Blend could include caffeine, guarana, synephrine and dimethylamylamine. Some of these ingredients are positive and have clinical proof they work to increase metabolism and others are associated with severe side effects like heart palpitations. Again, we have no idea what ingredients GNC used in Meta Ignite so we cannot judge the blend.
The Physio Metabolic Pump blend is a complete mystery. The Fatty Acid and Energy Metabolizer likely includes some source of omega fatty acids, but what source is yet another mystery.
If we were to judge Meta Ignite on the reviews, we would tell dieters to give this supplement the good old college try, but dieters want more than good reviews. They want to know the ingredients in a formula so they can judge if the product is safe for them. Dieters with heart conditions and those taking blood pressure medications should steer clear of this supplement because it likely contains multiple stimulants.
- Sold by a trusted supplement company.
- There are several good reviews of the product.
- May contain proven ingredients like caffeine and green tea.
- None of the ingredients for the blends are listed.
- Could contain stimulant ingredients with negative side effects.
Meta Ignite by GNC is not a supplement we would suggest dieters use unless they are willing to visit a GNC store and read the label. The ingredients in the formula are a mystery known only to GNC and the dieters who’ve trusted the company enough to purchase a bottle.