NuShape Review- Does This Metabolism Booster Work?
With the recent buzz about Nushape, we decided to conduct a more thorough review to see if the product is what it claims to be. We looked closely at the product itself, the company behind it, the science, and user reviews. To make it easier for you, we summarized and condensed it all.
What is Nushape?
First off, Nushape is the signature product from NuSirt Sciences, a Tennessee based. It claims to boost metabolism and the amount of calories burned. Active ingredients in the formula are leucine and vitamin B6. You can purchase the supplement for $44.
The official website for this product is not provide any information about the company itself other than the product being developed by Dr. Richard Drucker. We like the availability of product information and what some users have the say about it, but read on…
Questionable Amounts of Ingredients
While the ingredients have studies to support them, there is a bit of concern. The formula contains only 1,100 mg of leucine. When you consider that a single egg white contains 4,230 mg of leucine, it seems like you could get better results from dietary changes, rather than the supplement. The other active ingredient, vitamin B6 can be purchased for around $4, so you could get the same effects without such a large investment.
”While this may seem like a good approach for overall health, we don’t see anything special about this product that you couldn’t get from a cheaper supplement and dietary changes.” said our Research Editor.
Doesn’t Address Diet and Exercise
This is a supplement that claims you don’t need to make any additional changes to your routine to see weight loss. We don’t like supplements that make these claims, because you often don’t see results. It takes making dietary changes and including exercise in your routine to see good results.
Our research shows that if something has problems, like if it’s too expensive, dieters just aren’t going to have a high chance of success.
Nushape doesn’t provide any links to published clinical research, but there is research to support both ingredients as effective in weight loss. The issue here is that you can get more of the nutrients from an egg white and B6 vitamin.
The Bottom Line
While this supplement may help you lose weight, there’s enough reason to believe that dietary changes and a multivitamin can do the same thing, at much cheaper cost.
If you’re looking to drop some weight, we recommend combining a healthy, balanced diet and exercise routine with a clinically proven safe and effective weight loss supplement designed to increase metabolism and suppress the appetite.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is Dietspotlight Burn. It contains for clinically proven safe and effective ingredients known for their fat burning power. as we researched, we couldn’t find any negative mentions of side effects and we saw many users who reported success.
The makers of Dietspotlight Burn are so certain their product works, they’re providing new customers with a Special Trial Offer, which we love to see.
Previous NuShape Review (Updated August 14, 2012):
What You Should Know
NuShape is the signature product from Tennessee based nutraceutical company NuSirt Sciences. The company operates under the premise of offering natural solutions to weight management and total body health and wellness. NuShape is a product designed to increase metabolism and calorie burn. The two active ingredients in the product are Leucine and Vitamin B6. Both have extensive research associated with the effectiveness, but what sets NuShape apart from the rest of the industry? We will take a closer look at the supplement to find out.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin B6
NuShape is a dietary supplement designed to assist individuals lose weight and improve overall health and wellbeing. The product utilizes a combination of vitamin B6 and Leucine to burn additional calories. There is evidence of clinical trials proving the effectiveness of the product. Individuals also have the opportunity to purchase the product on the official website for $44.
The concern we noticed with NuShape was the ingredients. The supplement claims to produce increased calorie burn, while increasing metabolism. The amount of Leucine in NuShape is approximately 1,100mg. The amount of Leucine in one egg white is approximately 4,230 mg. In effect, you could consume one egg white per day and notice greater results verses taking NuShape.
The other active ingredient is vitamin B6. The amount per serving is 15 mg. Although there are limited supplements providing this amount per serving, there are vitamin B6 supplements available on the market for less than $4. With a slight change in diet and $4, you can mirror the effects of NuShape.
An additional concern not addressed with the supplement is diet and exercise. The claims associated with NuShape do not require any additional changes. Scientific research provides information relating to healthy weight management and changes in diet and increased exercise.
- Individuals have the opportunity to purchase NuShape on the website.
- There are clinical trials associated with the supplement.
- The ingredients are available on the website.
- Dieters receive more Leucine from one egg white than NuShape.
- The product is expensive.
NuShape is one of the few products on the market backed by clinical trials and scientific research. There are several studies from independent labs as well as NuSirt labs. The results prove the supplement is effective compared to a placebo. Although NuShape provides information relating to clinical trials, the amount of weight loss realized is low, considering the length of the study. The average weight loss for the participants was less than four pounds in six months. We believe the average dieter will take a second look at NuShape when they notice the price tag of $44 and the lack of results.