Warrior Blaze Review
What You Should Know
Warrior Blaze sells the idea of a strong fat burner that’s only for strong people. The first few sentences of the product description warn the dieter that this is not your average supplement. If you are weak – skip it. If you don’t want to seriously lose weight – skip it. This is basic reverse psychology. The company almost dares the dieter to try the product because otherwise they are a wimp. Unfortunately, the ingredient list for Warrior Blaze is dangerous and should not be used by dieters with health issues or those sensitive to stimulants. If you have a heart problem or even suspect there could be a heart problem based on family history – don’t take the dare. This supplement is not safe for most dieters.
List of Ingredients
- 1, 3 Dimethylamylamine
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Green Tea
The first ingredient is the ingredient that we are warning dieters about – 1, 3 dimethylamylamine. This ingredient is a stimulant that increases heart rate and stimulates the central nervous system. According to Warrior Blaze, it also works similarly to ephedrine – another claim to convince dieters to buy the product. There is one truth here – the negative side effects associated with 1, 3 dimethylamine are similar to those associated with ephedra. Dimethylamine is associated with heart-related side effects, including heart palpitations.
Caffeine is a proven ingredient, but the company behind Warrior Blaze does not bother to tell the dieter how much caffeine is in the supplement. If there is 100 mg – okay. If there is 200 mg, 300 mg or more – that is another story.
Green tea is one of our favorite ingredients. Green tea is backed with tons of clinical research regarding weight loss support and Warrior Blaze even lists one study in the supplement description. There are no studies listed for caffeine or 1, 3 dimethylamylamine.
- Several websites offer ingredient lists for Warrior Blaze.
- Contains caffeine and green tea.
- Contains 1, 3 dimethylamylamine – associated with heart palpitations.
- Unknown amount of caffeine.
- No testimonials with before and after pictures.
- Not safe for dieters with health problems.
There are tons of fat burners to choose from and Warrior Blaze is not even in the top 20. This supplement uses deceptive marketing practices to dare the dieter into trying the supplement. No matter what the company says, this supplement is all about the stimulation and it will increase heart rate and blood pressure. The potential negative side effects are far worse than the potential benefits.