Riptek V2 Review
What You Should Know
Riptek V2 is a fat-burning supplement from QNT International. The supplement claims to be different from other fat burners on the market because the ingredient list is not based on huge doses of caffeine and other stimulants. Sure enough, there is only 90mg of caffeine per serving, just the right amount to boost energy and get your metabolism moving without leaving you jittery and shaky, but there is some additional caffeine in the star ingredient. The star ingredient in the formula is Capsimax, a branded red hot pepper extract from OmniActive.
List of Ingredients
- Black Pepper Extract
- Nicotinoyl-GABAm Pycamilon
- Berberine HCL
- Purple Corn
- Acai Berry Extract
- Rhodiola Rosea Root Extract
We recognized the slip up on the ingredient list and product description right away. The company adds a conservative 90mg of caffeine to the formula, but there is added caffeine in the Capsimax Plus Blend. The amount of caffeine in that blend is not revealed on the product label, so it could be just a little or a lot. We’re not sure why the company chose to hide the additional caffeine or leave the total caffeine dose out of the product description, but they made sure to promote the supplement for having less caffeine (stimulant) than other products.
We like the fact that QNT International is not the type of company that promises weight loss or specific results. In terms of the active ingredient Capsimax, the company claims there are studies suggesting a certain result when the supplement is taken. There are no links to these studies, but you can easily find studies on red pepper or hot pepper extracts that support weight loss claims.
- We love the fact that the formula ingredients are listed online.
- The company attempts to add caffeine in the right quantity.
- Capsimax has been the subject of successful clinical tests.
- Glucomannan could help control hunger.
- Riptek V2 has a number of positive reviews.
- The company does not reveal the total amount of caffeine.
- No clinical studies supporting Capsimax are listed in the product description.
The ingredients in Riptek V2 are on the right track. Using multiple clinically studied and supported ingredients is always a good idea, but QNT International drops the ball by leaving out how much caffeine is in the Capsimax Plus formula. If it is 10mg or 20 mg, there is not going to be a significant change in energy or side effects, but any more than that and the dieter may start to feel the effects of too much caffeine.