What You Should Know
Nobese is a weight loss supplement formulated by LA Muscle. The supplement uses Triburn technology to increase fat loss within days. According to the official website, Nobese can work for people who want to lose a few pounds and tone up and those who have hundreds of pounds to lose. LA Muscle is a European company that sells products in Europe and the United States.
List of Ingredients
Octopamine, Pomegranate Extract, L-Tyrosine, Guarana, L-Carnitine, Green Tea Extract, Ginger and Sea Vegetable Extract.
Octopamine is the main ingredient in Nobese. According to LA Muscle, this strong fat burner helps to metabolize fat. Research does support this claim, but the fat is typically taken back up by the cells of the body, which means weight loss will not result. There is also evidence that Octopamine causes an unhealthy rise in blood pressure especially when combined with other stimulants. Nobese contains green tea extract and Guarana, both of which have stimulant effects on the body.
We do like the fact that green tea is listed as an ingredient because it is proven to increase weight loss. Nobese also gains a bit of respect by listing the exact amounts of each ingredient instead of listing them as part of a proprietary blend. Listing ingredients totals, however, is a positive and a negative. With only 50 mgs of green tea, the only proven ingredient, Nobese lets the dieter known there is very little of this proven ingredient in the supplement.
Nobese sells for $44.99 in the United States. The supplement makes great claims but backs none of the claims up with proven science and research study results. LA Muscle also suggests stacking Nobese with other supplements they carry. Some of the supplements listed also contain stimulants.
- Green tea is proven to increase weight loss.
- Nobese lists all ingredients and the amounts.
- Octopamine is linked to increased blood pressure.
- No clinical studies support weight loss as a result of taking Octopamine.
- There are three stimulants in the Nobese formula.
- Some dieters may feel jittery or nervous when taking the product.
- The price at $44.99 is high for an unproven product.
Nobese may cause an increase in weight loss, but there could be serious side effects associated with taking the supplement. Octopamine is not a safe ingredient, especially when taken with other stimulants, which Nobese also includes in the formula. Losing weight with healthy supplementation should not come with strings attached. If there is a question about the safety of any one ingredient, we tend to suggest using another weight loss supplement. The strings associated with Octopamine are clear, so dieters may wish to spend their $44.99 on another weight loss product without Octopamine.