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Ripped Juice Review - Does This Thermogenic Work?

By Summer Banks on Oct 27, 2016
Ripped Juice Review

The results of my research into Ripped Juice were somewhat surprising. We looked closely at the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer service quality. Furthermore, we examined hundreds of user comments and reviews. Then, we condensed and refined to give you the info you need.

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What is Ripped Juice?

First off, Ripped Juice is a thermogenic. The ingredients are guggul extract, alpha lipoic acid, caffeine, citrus aurantium, evodiamine, hoodia, l-carnitine, l-phenylalanine, l-tyrosine, white willow bark and yohimbe. You’ll take one capsule, twice per day. Supposedly, you’ll burn fat and boost metabolism.

Betacourt Nutrition is the company behind Ripped Juice. The supplement is sold on the official website and through trusted retailers. We like that the formula contains some natural ingredients and that we located a few positive comments, but read on…

Side Effects – “From the Stimulants?”

Our first concern relates to Ripped Juice side effects. “There are a lot of stimulants in this product,” said our Research Editor. “When you combine several of them together, it may increase the risk for adverse reactions.”

A customer stated, “I constantly felt jittery and had to stop using Ripped Juice.”

“I dealt with insomnia the whole time I used this product,” said another.

Not everyone felt side effects from Ripped Juice ingredients.

“Really great product! I am using mainly for fat burning and definitely noticed a drastic change in my eating habits. I have to remind myself to eat,” said one dieter.

And yet another agreed, “This is wonderful for appetite suppression. I lost 10 pounds in a month.”

Ineffectiveness – “Does Ripped Juice Work?”

According to Ripped Juice reviews, lack of results were concerning. “I took this for a couple weeks and saw no difference, just got side effects,” said a customer.

“I wanted this to work, and it did for a couple of days. I think it was placebo effect, really,” according to another.

Many people reported in reviews of Ripped Juice that it in fact produced results.

One customer said, “Helped me lose weight more than anything else I’ve tried has.”

“This stuff is great – the side effects were minor and only lasted a couple of days,” said another.

Over the years, we’ve learned that all it takes is one issue, like side effects or ineffectiveness, to limit long-term success. There’s a problem is reviews of Ripped Juice show that people aren’t seeing results.

The Science – “Researched?”

The stimulants in this formula, including citrus aurantium have been shown to help boost the metabolism. However, they’ve also been shown to cause side effects. At DietSpotlight, we science is a critical part of the review process. When there are studies available, but also adverse reactions, we raise the red flag.

The Bottom Line – Does Ripped Juice Work?

Should we race out for a bottle? While we like that it contains some natural ingredients and that we found some positive customer comments, we’re hesistant about this one because there’s no science used to connect it to weight-loss. We’re also concerned about customers talking about Ripped Juice ingredients not working and potential side effects.

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About the Author:

Summer Banks is an ISSA-Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist and has reviewed over 2000 diet products. She has years of nursing training, experience as a manager responsible for 15 supplement brands, and completed coursework on Food and Nutrition from Stanford University. full bio.

How Does Ripped Juice Compare?

Previous Ripped Juice Review (Updated September 2, 2010):

What You Should Know about Ripped Juice

Ripped Juice is a fat burning supplement produced by Bentacourt Nutrition. It claims to be able to out perform any other fat burner on the market today. Is it really what it claims to be? Is it worth the investment? We investigate to determine the value to dieters and those who are looking to lose weight.

List Of Ripped Juice Ingredients

Ripped Juice contains: Vitamin B12 (As Cyanocobalamin), Chromium (As Chromium Picolinate),
Proprietary Blend: Guggul Extract (10% Guggulsterone), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Caffeine (As Guarana Extract, Yerba Mate Extract, Kola Nut Extract, Caffeine USP), Citrus Aurantium Extract (6% Synephrine), Evodie Extract (10% Evodiamine), Hoodia Extract (Aerial) (12:1 Extract), L-Carnitine (As L-Carnitine L-Tartrate), L-Phenylalanine, L-Tyrosine Powder, White Willow Bark Extract (10% Salicin), and Yohimbe Extract (% Yohimbe Alkaloids). Other ingredients: gelatin and magnesium stearate.

Product Features

A closer look at the ingredients reveals there are several different fat burning items in the formula. The Caffeine Proprietary Blend made with guarana, yerba matea and kola nut increases the body's adrenaline to put the body into fight or flight mode and start burning stores of fat for energy. Guggulsterone is used to stimulate the thyroid hormone that controls the storage and burning of body fat. Hoodia Extract is thought to suppress the appetite and make it possible to go long periods of time without hunger pangs. L-Tyrosine is one of the amino acids that promotes mental health and clarity. Citrus Aurantium, also known as Bitter Orange is a natural plant extract from Asia that behaves much like ephedra, though is safer for use. Evodiamine is thought to raise the body temperature to assist in burning fat. L-Phenylalanine (LPA) is an appetite suppressant which also helps to stabilize the mood and prevent swings. White Willow Bark is included to help enhance the effects of other fat burning ingredients in the formula. Yohimbe increases testosterone levels and helps improve blood flow. L-Carnitine is an amino acid that helps metabolize fat and move it through the body. Alpha Lipoic Acid helps to maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin because it helps to promote healthy cell growth, breaks down fats and carbohydrates, and works to prevent nerve damage. Chromium Picolinate is an absorbable form of the mineral chromium. It is thought to help regulate the blood sugar, therefore stabilizing the appetite and reducing cravings.

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Advantages of Ripped Juice

  • Contains proven fat burning ingredients.

Disadvantages of Ripped Juice

  • Made up of a proprietary blend so we can't see how much of each ingredient is really in the formula.
  • Contains many stimulants and may not be a good choice for those who are sensitive to them.
  • No free trials.
  • No customer testimonials.
  • No evidence of a money back guarantee.

Conclusion

While this supplement may work, we are inclined to proceed with caution because there is no guarantee, we don't know if there is enough of the ingredients to be effective, and we don't see any evidence that the product has worked for others.

8 User Reviews About Ripped Juice

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  • 1
    Tracey

    I have been taking one a day for about 3 months and have lost 15 lbs. My workouts do seem more productive but also noticed I sweat a ton more. just reordered a new bottle!

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    dardar

    How much were your friends taking?

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    John Nelson

    Hello, Donna. I am licensed private investigator in California. I just saw your comment about Ripped Juice which appeared here in January 2013. I would like to talk to you about what happened to your friends. I’m working for a law firm whose client almost died after taking Ripped Juice. The client was forced to undergo a liver transplant and survived but has been left with serious lifelong after-effects. Thanks.

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    Valerie

    When taking this product or any type of diet pill, it is so important to drink a lot of water so you can help your liver flush out any toxins your body may be storing, and take multi vitamins along with the pills, I have been talking ripped juice for the last four months, of course I cycled off the product for 3 weeks then started again, but I went from a size 18 which I’ve been for the last 12 yrs to a size 12 within that 4 month time, getting lots of water, vitamins, exercise and rest will enhance this products results! I hope your friends do get better though!!

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  • 2
    Laurie

    Is it all natural? Can a heart patient take Ripped Juice Ex 2?itimic 1040

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    Your Name

    No

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  • 3
    Karen

    I along with several of my family and friends are currently taking Juice. After exhausting other diets, I (karen) started with the ripped juice. In the last 8 months I have lost 45 lbs, along with a whole life change (Suzane Somers) and switching to an all organic diet. This Ripped Juice does work, in more than one way, I will encourage the people I’ve introduced it too to spread the word as well. I’ve only had one negative reaction, a friend broke out in hives, so she was alergic to an ingregient.

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    Kim

    I have been taking Ripped Juice since Jan 18, 2011. What can’t I say about this item. I have lost about 18 lbs so it takes it off slowly and does not make you jittery. I work 13 hr days so I do take 2 pills only on those days because it gives me the entergy I need and be balanced enough not to come home and raid the fridge. Love this item my sister is on it also and has lost about 25 lbs too.

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