What You Should Know
Tartarus is an extreme fat burner with an all-natural appetite suppressant. The appetite suppressant in the formula is one of our favorites, but the stimulants may be a bit more than the dieter expects. We see caffeine and green tea in the mix, which we love, but there is also a stimulant that may cause negative side effects. Tartarus is not safe for dieters with health problems, especially problems that affect the heart and liver. Most of the ingredients are in a proprietary blend, which hides the total amount of each ingredient. The dieter needs to know how much of stimulant ingredients are used in the formula to ensure they don’t take too much or overstimulate by drinking caffeinated beverages while taking the supplement.
List of Ingredients
- Tartarus Proprietary Blend Extreme:
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Green Tea Extract
- Rhodiola Rosea Extract
- Zingiber Officinale Extract
- African Mango Extract
- 1, 3 Dimethylamylamine
- Coleus Forskohlii Extract
We are not big fans of proprietary blends when they hide stimulants. The extreme blend in Tartarus contains caffeine, green tea and 1, 3 dimethylamylamine. These three ingredients are stimulants. Caffeine and green tea are generally safe for all dieters, but there are negative side effects associated with caffeine if too much is taken in one dose. Green tea can be taken in large doses without negative side effects, but it does contain caffeine and can increase the impact of caffeine. The addition of 1, 3 dimethylamylamine is a different story. This stimulant is associated with negative side effects, which may include heart palpitations.
Another ingredient of concern is beta-phenylethylamine. This mood-altering ingredient is included to give the dieter an improved outlook on the diet and weight loss efforts, but it can cause dangerous side effects if the dieter is taking medications for anxiety, depression or other mental disorders.
- May promote metabolism, heart rate and calorie burn.
- All ingredients are in a proprietary blend.
- Proprietary blends hide the total amount of each ingredient.
- Several of the ingredients are associated with negative side effects.
- Some ingredients are associated with heart palpitations, hypertension and racing heart rate.
- We didn’t find any links for clinical trials or support.
- Most of the ingredients are found in a long list of other fat burners.
Tartarus is not the safest weight loss supplement available to dieters. We’d like to see the dieter take a supplement that increases metabolism, but does not come with a long list of potential side effects. Ideally, the dieter should be able to take a supplement and increase metabolism without thinking about heart health or negative side effects.