What You Should Know
Shredz is a fat burner from Beyond Genetics Supplements. We searched the official website for the supplement and could not find a detailed ingredient list. We found several references to caffeine, but that cannot be the only ingredient and if it is, how much caffeine is included? We searched a little more and found the supplement listed for sale on Amazon but the Beyond Genetics company. This time around the company includes the ingredient list but there is no amount listed for each ingredient. So, Beyond Genetics is willing to tell you what is in Shredz, but you can’t know how much of each ingredient you are taking. In a market with thousands of fat burners competing for the same dieter – that is not a good marketing tactic.
List of Ingredients
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Green Tea Extract
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Choline Bitartrate
- Synephrine HCL
- Synthetic Guggulsterones
- Vitamin B5
- Yohimbine HCL
The first and foremost problem we have with Shredz is the fact that we have no idea how much caffeine, green tea extract and other ingredients are in the formula. Caffeine is of particular interest because too much caffeine can cause negative side effects that could lead to hospitalization and long-term side effects. Some stimulant fat burners contain up to 400 mg of caffeine per pill. If the dieter overdoses on caffeine is can cause a heart attack.
We are also a little concerned that the ingredient list is not easy to find on the official website (if it is there at all). We pulled the ingredients in our review from the product sales page on Amazon. There the dieter can find a detailed description, ingredient list and instructions on how to take the supplement. There is also a warning about taking the supplement, including a warning for dieters with psychiatric disease, recurrent headaches or asthma.
- We found a list of ingredients for Shredz.
- May increase metabolism and calorie burn.
- The product is available from an official website.
- The product reviews for Shredz appear to be fake as none are from verified buyers.
- There are no ingredient amounts available before buying.
- Could contain too much caffeine for the average dieter.
- May cause negative side effects like jitters and nausea.
When a company refuses to tell the dieter how much of each ingredient is included in the formula, the dieter should refuse to buy the supplement. We were able to find a list of ingredients, but not on the official website and not one that told us what we really needed to know – how much caffeine are you giving the dieter?