Ultimate Nutrition Ultra Ripped Review
What You Should Know
Ultimate Nutrition Ultra Ripped will help you achieve that ripped body you always wanted, according to the supplement claims. If a dieter could believe every claim there would be no unhealthy people in the world. Instead, supplement companies often bend the truth or make up a claim that is not associated with the ingredients at all. Eventually they are caught, but in the mean time products like Ultimate Nutrition Ultra Ripped stay on the shelf. We have quite a few problems with this supplement.
List of Ingredients
- Garcinia Cambogia
- Bitter Orange
- Green Tea Leaf Extract
- White Willow Bark
Chromium is a safe appetite suppressant that just about any dieter can take. Of course, if you have underlying health problems you should ask your physician before taking any weight loss ingredient, even chromium. Diabetics tend to use chromium to help control blood glucose levels and that’s exactly how it helps dieters. When blood glucose is in line, the dieter feels less hunger and that’s always a good thing.
Garcinia cambogia or HCA could be a dangerous ingredient. There have been claims that link this ingredient with liver problems in dieters taking supplements that contained garcinia cambogia. Of course, anyone can make a claim here or there, but the FDA thought the claims were substantiated enough to ask one large supplement company to pull their products off the shelf. We are following suit and asking dieters to skip products with garcinia for their own safety.
Bitter orange is next and it is no better than garcinia cambogia. When ephedra was banned, synephrine (bitter orange) stepped up and filled the spot. Bitter orange comes with all the same potential side effects, but it does not melt fat off your body like ephedra.
The final three ingredients are guarana (caffeine), green tea extract (proven thermogenic) and white willow bark (aspirin alternative). We like these ingredients, generally, but they are not for everyone. White willow bark may thin blood and should not be taken by people who are already taking blood thinners.
- Ultimate Nutrition offers dieters a chance to review ingredients by publishing the ingredient list.
- Contains green tea, caffeine and chromium.
- May help the dieter lose weight by increasing metabolism and reducing hunger.
- Bitter orange is not a safe fat burner for all dieters.
- Garcinia cambogia has been the subject of an FDA investigation.
- At least one ingredient is associated with negative side effects.
Dieters should not have to trade health for weight loss. If a supplement contains ingredients with a history of negative side effects, dieters are lucky enough today to have access to that information, but too many don’t take the time to research the product they pay so much money for. Ultimate Nutrition Ultra Ripped is not a safe fat burner.