Weider Review

Editor's Review: 3.2 / 5.0

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Weider is a bodybuilding supplement company known worldwide for offering bodybuilding support without utilizing synthetic drugs or supplements, and was originally founded by Joe Weider, otherwise known as the “Master Blaster”. Weider’s focus is purely on bodybuilding supplementing designed to increase muscle mass, but recently have entered the diet market with their own line of fat burning and appetite suppressing supplements, including their best selling Dynamic Fat Burners infused with Chromium Picolinate. Today, nearly 70 years after its foundation, Weider still dedicates itself to providing 100% all natural products designed for bodybuilders, and it is clearly still a hit.

Weider’s Dynamic Fat Burners will be a focal point of this review because of its extreme popularity and its marketing towards dieters who wish to cut fat while reducing sugar cravings and upping energy levels for full day support. Let’s see if Weider sticks true to its word.

Ingredients

Weider’s Dynamic Fat Burners includes Chromium, Green Tea Extract, Kola Nut Extract, Caffeine, Cinnamon Powder, and Cayenne Powder. It also includes traces of Dextrose, Coating (Modified Corn Starch and Glycerin), Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Maltodextrin and Caramel Color.

Product Features

Weider’s Dynamic Fat Burners is its most popular diet supplement, along with the supplement most sought out by female dieters and bodybuilders. Its main ingredients are Chromium, Green Tea Extract, and Caffeine. These ingredients contain some positive benefits with its share of side effects. Chromium Picolinate is a controversial mineral that helps insulin function, which diet companies believe help the body metabolism sugar more efficiently. Current results show a very weak connection between the two, and previous studies actually revealed it may harm the DNA structure inside cells.

Green Tea Extract, on the other hand, has documented proof of its ability to raise the metabolism. It does not raise it substantially, but it does appear to have some effect. Caffeine helps ward off further drowsiness when taken orally, although it may be dangerous for those with pre-existing heart conditions. Overall, Weider has included some ingredients which may pose a risk to some dieters, and it may promote some metabolic activity.

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Advantages

  • Weider sells its dietary products for very cheap, usually under $15.00 per bottle.
  • Offers products infused with Green Tea Extract.

Disadvantages

  • Some ingredients may pose a health risk.
  • Does not offer any ingredients which promote substantial thermogenic benefits.
  • Not ideal for diabetic dieters because of the inclusion of Chromium Picolinate.

Conclusion

Weider offers a variety of dietary ingredients aimed towards dieters and bodybuilders, and their most popular supplement is a hit with all types of dieters. A closer look at their ingredient makeup reveals that not many ingredients provide a substantial benefit, and the ones that do may actually adversely affect the body. It is best to weigh the risks against the benefits to decide if this is the best fit for you.

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4 User Reviews about Weider

  • 1
    ahsan

    I wanted to know while taking weider fat burners what food should i eat

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    Jazzmin

    I wanted to know while taking weider fat burners what food should i eat

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  • 3
    Fabiola

    can I take weider fat bruners while breastfeeding?

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    babsella

    Your baby is affected by everything you intake. What you eat, the baby eats. Because there is caffeine and Chromium Picolinate which could affect your body negatively and pose a health risk I would say no, definitely NOT. You wouldn’t give your baby a cup of coffee or a diet pill, correct? So don’t do it through breast feeding. If you want to experiment with your body do so when you’re no longer breast feeding.

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