Youth Addict Review
What You Should Know
Youth Addict sells supplements and products for use with fitness programs and exercise to increase performance and effect. The company currently sells six supplements – DHEA25, Torch-D, Psychotropin, MaturEnergy, Urban Estates Coconut Oil and Intense. All ingredients are listed on the official Youth Addict website as well as contact information, prices and ordering information. There are no free trials offered at this time.
List of Ingredients
DHEA25: Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) 25mg.
Torch’D: Theobroma Cacau Seed, Caffeine Anhydrous and Dimethylpentalamine.
Psychotropin: Phenibut, Acetyl L-Carnitine, Bacopa Monnieri, L-Theanine, Betaine, Rhodiola Rosea, Choline Bitartrate, Vinopectine and Huperzine A.
MaturEnergy: Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) and Adrenosterone.
Urban Estates Coconut Oil: Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil.
Intense: Citrulline Malate, Caffeine and Germanium Oil Extract.
Youth Addict may offer six supplements, but not one includes a proven combination of ingredients to increase weight loss. The Torch’D supplement is described as a fat burner and the product does include caffeine which is proven to increase heart rate and thus metabolism. How much caffeine is included is not revealed, so only a small amount could be included or a huge amount that could cause harmful side effects. Aside from caffeine, the supplement includes Theobroma Cacau Seed, or the seed from which chocolate and cocoa powder is made.
Youth Addict covers several health concerns with the product line currently available. Some of the ingredient lists, however, look vaguely familiar as if the same ingredients were used by another supplement company. The official website does not include testimonials, but all ingredients are listed so the consumer has the ability to do a little research before choosing which product is right for their needs. Prices for Youth Addict supplements range from $15 to $50. These prices are very competitive with other supplement companies. No clinical trial or scientific studies are used to prove manufacturer supplement claims.
- Complete ingredient lists.
- Competitive prices.
- Website easy to navigate.
- Some supplements could increase energy.
- No testimonials.
- Few ingredients are proven to work as claimed.
- Clinical trials not used to support supplements.
- No free trials.
- Money-back guarantee not available for supplements.
- Ingredient lists are vaguely familiar.
Youth Addict is a small supplement company out of Illinois that offers supplements with very few ingredients. In a weight loss market where synthetic ingredients and herbal formulas with a ton of herbs in every capsule, the simplicity is refreshing. It is a shame that Youth Addict does not go the extra mile to offer information on each of the ingredients or links to trials supporting their use as part of a diet and weight loss program. Proven weight loss supplements are available for sale complete with testimonials, free trials and money-back guarantees. These products may work better than Youth Addict supplements.