If you give me just a couple minutes of your time, I’ll take you through all the information we found about Testoripped. We dug deep into the potential side effects, ingredients, research and customer support. Then, we scoured hundreds of reviews for real life experiences. Then, we condensed it all to give you the bottom line.
What is Testoripped?
First off, Testoripped is a testosterone booster that doubles as a fat burner. The ingredient list includes vitamin B12, zinc, fenugreek, caffeine anhydrous, agmatine sulfate, creatine HCL, GreenSelect Phytosome Green Tea and boron. When combined, these are supposed to help you with “getting shredded.” It looks like the formula is geared toward men, but there’s no reason why women should avoid it.
Nutripharm, LLC is responsible for the website, so we believe they are also the creators of Testoripped. Though we don’t know when the supplement was released, we know the company started some time before 2007. We like that you can work to lose fat and increase testosterone at the same time, but read on…
Lack of Results – “Should You Be Worried About Wasting Your Money?”
The first issue we felt needed to be addressed is the lack of results associated with Testoripped ingredients. According to our Research Editor, “We are looking for a formula that just works. Typically we find fat burners and testosterone boosters as separate products, but this time they decided to combine them. That may not have been the best idea.”
“Didnt make a difference,” said a customer.
“Noticed no change in my diet, no increase in exercise and it has a nasty after taste that reminds me of powdered celery,” was another experience.
On the other side of the fence are people who felt it did help.
As one user put it, “’I’m pretty happy with this supplement. It gives me lots of energy to workout.”
Another shared, “I was getting comments and cudos about my flattening stomach.”
Small Number of Customer Reviews – “Is Anyone Really Taking It?”
Another problem with Testoripped is the small number of customer reviews we found online. Sure, the company can make some amazing claims, but no matter what science, or marketing jargon, says, it’s the everyday person that gives you the real story.
Our Research Editor searched high and low and found nothing much. “There are fewer than 30 reviews on Amazon for Testoripped. Across other websites there were less than 10. If people are using the formula they are not sharing their experiences.”
One person did share, “. I won’t say it’s a wonder pill that turns you into the Hulk but you can feel the “buzz” after taking it.”
But another felt the opposite, “Dont waste your time or your money on this stuff, just stick to a healthy diet and exercise and nature will take its course.”
After years of research, we’ve found a connection between issues like lacking customer reviews, and a lesser chance of longer-term success. If Testoripped misses the mark, based on the few reviews we did find, that is not the best selling point.
The Science – “Does Research Support Product Claims?”
At DietSpotlight we need science to really back up product claims. The vitamin B12 in Testoripped may work on a cellular level to increase energy, but that’s not the same as increasing fat burn. Zinc does work to boost testosterone, but only in people who are deficient in the mineral. There is some research into fenugreek extract, so we like this one. But, the main focus for fat loss is clearly caffeine and this is the most used drug in the world.Also: read our Pronabolin Testosterone Booster Kit review »
The Bottom Line – Does Testoripped Work?
Are we pulling out our credit card right now to buy a bottle of Testoripped? We like the addition of fenugreek extract and there are some studies into the effect of zinc on testosterone levels in men who are deficient, but that’s just not enough. There are no strong fat burners and the number of user experiences is just too low to combat our hesitation about suggesting it to customers.
If you’re ready to lose fat and naturally boost testosterone, we suggest checking out a product designed to do just that with clinically tested ingredients and user testimonials that reveal real results.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Pronabolin. All nine ingredients in the proprietary blend have been clinically tested and shown to help increase testosterone, fight fat gain, improve performance in the bedroom and push muscle growth and strength. There are tons of reviews to read showing that real people are using the supplement. Plus, the results are there.
It also helps that the makers of Pronabolin are so confident in the formula that they’re offering a multiple-bottle discount and 120-day money-back guarantee – that’s a positive.
Previous TestoRipped Review (Updated September 19, 2008):
What You Should Know
In this day and age, everyone is searching high and low for a weight loss solution. Hence the countless dietary supplements currently available. One of these products is TestoRipped. This blue diet capsule endeavors to do more than merely aid with fat reduction. It's also claimed to be the "number one testosterone booster." Not to mention the claims that it helps define the user's muscles and boost energy levels. As you may already have guessed from the name, TestoRipped is solely for men, 18 and older. There are some customer testimonials posted on the official website.
Since TestoRipped is available to users without a doctor's prescription, it can be acquired directly through the website for $49.99, which is a nice discount on the claimed retail value of $149.99. The key ingredients found in TestoRipped are Guggulsterones (helps with thyroid functioning), Synephrine (burns fat cells), Caffeine Anhydrous (stimulant that boosts energy levels), Cinnamon (reduces blood sugar), Tribulus Terrestris (increases user's strength), Yohimbine (burns away fat), Arginine AKG (improves blood flow), Creatine Ethyl Ester (helps improve lean muscle mass) and Eurycoma Longifolia 100 (increases testosterone). TestoRipped is directed to be taken daily, one capsule at a time. It is stated on the official website that TestoRipped is not available to residents of New Zealand and Australia. There is a convenient email address located on the contact page for questions.
List of Ingredients
Guggulsterones, Synephrine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Cinnamon, Tribulus Terrestris, Yohimbine, Arginine AKG, Creatine Ethyl Ester and Eurycoma Longifolia 100.
TestoRipped is essentially a diet supplement geared toward men who want to reduce excess body fat, improve lean muscle mass, boost testosterone levels and increase daily energy. It offers 10 different major ingredients, which are Guggulsterones, Synephrine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Cinnamon, Tribulus Terrestris, Yohimbine, Arginine AKG, Creatine Ethyl Ester and Eurycoma Longifolia 100. Sadly there is no real clinical data posted on the official website, nor is there a 100% satisfaction guarantee mentioned. The website does note that TestoRipped will not be available for long, but it is unclear why this might be.
- TestoRipped can be purchased online without a prescription.
- TestoRipped offers ten different active ingredients that may assist with weight loss.
- There are some success stories presented on the website.
- This dietary supplement cannot be taken by women since it specifically contains testosterone ingredients.
- TestoRipped has caffeine as a major ingredient.
- A 100% money-back return is not posted for TestoRipped supplements.
- TestoRipped is not available to those residing in Australia and New Zealand.
- Some ingredients in TestoRipped capsules could lead to side effects in some users, such as the powerful stimulant yohimbe that has been linked to heart trouble.
- No free trial samples of this product are available.
The official website for TestoRipped comes across more like a massive ad or infomercial pitch. It's one of those long pages that uses huge text to get a point across. On the bright side, there are a few testimonials offered, and a list of ingredients are presented on the website. Then again, there is no satisfaction guarantee with TestoRipped, nor are there any scientific studies revealed to back up the product's supposed effectiveness for men. As with most diet products, you should speak with a licensed physician before taking it. Another product that would seem interesting as it is a workout supplement used to boost endurance and build muscle is called Blackline Elite.