CaffeinAll Review - Does This Caffeine Shaker Really Work?
I did two things this week. I obsessed over every aspect of CaffeinAll. Then I wrote this review about it. We really dug deep and did a thorough investigation, scrutinizing the ingredients, side effects, level of customer care and scientific research. We also read hundreds of user comments and remarks from around the internet. Lastly, we summarized and condensed to give you the facts and details you need.
What is CaffeinAll?
First of all, CaffeinAll is a powdered stimulant that’s to be shaken on food. The ingredients are caffeine, maltodextrin and vegetable oil. One shake/shot contains around 100 milligrams of caffeine. You get about 200 shots per container. The purpose of this product is to enhance alertness, boost energy levels, improve focus and reduce hunger. It’s suitable for individuals 18 and older, but not for women who are pregnant. It’s free of GMOs and gluten. Also, this formula is not supposed to have a bitter taste.
We are not sure when CaffeinAll was first released. However, we do know that this product is made by Caffex or HIP Brands. There is an official website, and you can purchase this product directly through the site. Furthermore, free shipping is available to those in the USA, but read on…
Side Effects – “Concerned Yet?”
One issue we have is with CaffeinAll side effects. “Some users have reported jitteriness, headaches, upset stomach, nausea, rapid heartbeat and difficulty sleeping. Naturally this is concerning,” says our Research Editor.
One customer stated, “CaffeinAll has an odd flavor to me. Kind of sweet. Also, this stuff gives you the shakes and leaves you with a headache.”
Then again, a different person commented, “I like that it is tasteless. Not sure it really gives me an energy boost though. I’m probably too used to caffeine.”
Another posted, “I had to try this. It’s just a bit odd. I just add it to my coffee. I think it gives it an extra kick.”
Discouraging Comments – “Another Issue”
Another drawback is discouraging customer comments. For example, one person said, “Not for me. Tried it on a few different foods. I think it has a bad taste. Not to mention, it really doesn’t do anything for me.”
However, a different person revealed, “It’s okay for what it is. However, I will say if you’re sensitive to caffeine, don’t use it.”
“I use it on my breakfast. It can be used as a coffee alternative. Not bad,” posted another.
According to our research, if there is a certain facet of a diet product or weight-loss supplement that is very difficult or concerning (side effects, discouraging comments, unpleasant taste) the probability of lasting results is rather low. So, if CaffeinAll does in fact cause unwanted reactions in a lot of people, this could be problematic.
The Science – “Any?”
To start, CaffeinAll does contain caffeine, which is a stimulant and diuretic. This ingredient has been shown to help improve alertness and boost energy levels. However, we did not find any actual studies presented on the official website to support this product in particular. At DietSpotlight, we like to see some solid research provided with the product we’re reviewing.
The Bottom Line – Does CaffeinAll Work?
Now the moment you’ve been waiting for. Here is our bottom line on CaffeinAll. To begin with, we like that this product is tasteless and can be used on any foods. It’s also nice to see that you can easily take this formula anywhere. On the other hand, we have some reservations about it because it’s not supported by any documented studies. Moreover, we’re concerned about the unwanted side effects that some people have reported.
If your primary goal is to shed some pounds, then we suggest you go with a product that is backed by solid clinical research, does not cause any unpleasant adverse effects and gives you plenty of bang for your buck.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. This unique formula uses a blend of four powerful ingredients, which have been clinically tested and are shown to help boost metabolism and improve fat loss. Furthermore, we have not found any customer complaints, and user remarks around the web indicate people are seeing real results.
The makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is very encouraging.
Previous CaffeinAll Review (Updated August 11, 2012):
What You Should KnowWe are always on the lookout for new and exciting supplements dieters can use to boost metabolism and lose more weight. CaffeinAll fits into that category. The product is powdered caffeine you can shake on foods to create an instant energy product. The powder has no taste so you don't have to worry about your food tasting different. Each shot or sprinkle of CaffeinAll contains just 30 mg of caffeine, but there is quite a lot of powder in the 2.1 ounce container. According to the product label, CaffeinAll is not safe for pregnant women or minors. We agree with that warning, but there is much more to it than that. Dieters taking fat burners should not use this product in conjunction with those supplements. If you drink energy drinks or shots, you should not use this product. This product is extremely easy to overdose and could cause severe side effects and possibly lead to hospitalization.
List of IngredientsIngredients:
Product FeaturesThere is a market for just about anything that can be caffeinated. Our world is all about doing more in less time with less sleep and less healthy food. We don't exercise because we don't have time and because we don't have time we're always tired so we take tons of caffeine. Caffeine is associated with negative side effects like addiction, jitters and shakes. Taking too much can lead to nausea and even sleeplessness if consumed within a few hours of bedtime. CaffeinAll is an interesting product, despite the negative side effects it could cause. If you need a little energy boost you simply shake the product on your meal and consume. There are 30 mg of caffeine in each shake, but the company suggests four to eight shakes per serving. That is between 120 and 240 mg of caffeine. Caffeine is a great stimulant and it is clinically proven to boost metabolism and energy. However, caffeine works to increase calorie burn so you may feel hungry after taking a caffeinated supplement. That is why diet supplements should contain a proven appetite suppressant.
- We found a complete list of ingredients for CaffeinAll.
- The product contains tasteless caffeine.
- The price per dose of caffeine is a fraction of other supplement prices.
- This product can be overdosed very easily.
- Should not be taken as a diet supplement.
- Can cause negative side effects at high doses.