Body War Body Shred

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Body War Body Shred is an extreme fat burner that comes as weight loss powder and is loaded with fat burning ingredients to help you declare the “war on fat”. This supplement comes from relatively new Australian supplement company Body War Nutrition and fits into the bodybuilding category of supplements.

We take an in depth look at Body War Body Shred to find out more.

Body War Body Shred Pros

  • There is no good reason to take this supplement.

Body War Body Shred Cons

  • Conflicting information about ingredients.
  • Dangerous and potentially fatal.
  • Very limited information on the product overall.
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What You Need To Know About Body War Body Shred

We are not impressed with Body War Body Shred. The distributor’s website does not provide any ingredients information and advertises a different ingredient profile to the one that is shown on the label. There is no information about where this supplement is manufactured, the source of the ingredients or even what they are. We think it is highly likely that Body War Body Shred is imported, possibly from China. Wherever it is made, it is unlikely to conform to any health standards or good manufacturing practice (GMP).

What Are The Side Effects Of Body War Body Shred?

This supplement will very likely cause jitteriness, anxiety, mood swings, palpitations, tachycardia, hypertension, stroke, heart attack, liver failure, vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, rashes, headaches, dizziness, light-headedness, diarrhea and dehydration.

How Much Does Body War Body Shred Cost?

Each tub contains 160g (32 servings or 16 days supply) and costs between $60 and $64.00 AUD. You choose from flavours Cola, Peaches n Cream and Coconut Lychee at the point of sale.

Our Verdict On Body War Body Shred

This supplement looks dangerous and despite this risk, seems unlikely to help you lose weight or support fat burning in the way as advertised.

We can honestly say that we have no idea what this supplement will do. There is no customer feedback and none of the 22 listed ingredients (the ones on the label) come with any information about quantities. Many of them are untested and some are known for causing potentially lethal side effects around heart and blood pressure.

It is important to remember that just because a supplement is on sale, it doesn’t mean it is safe.

The bottom line is that this supplement looks extremely dangerous and should certainly be avoided. Therefore, it is a very easy decision. We reject Body War Body Shred.

Body War Body Shred Review

Body War Body Shred is a powder that you add to water and drink as a Shake. It is available in three flavours; Cola Blast, Coconut Lychee and Peaches in Cream so if you have a sweet tooth, you will probably enjoy these tastes.

This supplement comes with the warning that it is a strong and extreme fat burner.

This means it is important to know the ingredients before you take it so you can check out whether it is suitable for you to take and if it is dangerous – as many extreme fat burners are, at least you can look out for side effects and understand the potential risks beforehand.

Body War Body Shred Facts

  • If you contact Nick via the Body Shred website you can sell this supplement yourself! Other than this there is no customer service line.
  • The powder is available in three flavours.
  • Sold only in Australia.

There is a lot of confusion over the ingredients in Body War Body Shred, which is troubling. Many of the people selling this supplement claim different ingredients for this supplement.

We decided to go straight to the Body War Nutrition website and take a look at the ingredients listed by the main distributor/ manufacturer or whatever their role actually is. This did not work because the one page Body War Nutrition website lacks any real information such as proper ingredients information or an accurate list, the country of supplements origin or a buy it now button.

How to Take Body War Body Shred

Take 1 Scoop (5g) with 200ml added to cold water and shake!
BodyShred should be taken upon waking in the morning or 30-40 minutes prior to exercise.
Initially start with ½ a scoop as Body Shred is an extremely potent product.

The principle seller appears to be Rockhard Supplements also an Australian website. Their information is confusing, because according to their ingredients list for Body War Body Shred, the profile is different again, to what is listed on the Body War Nutrition Website. None of this adds up.

Body War Body Shred Concerns:

  • What does this supplement really contain? Nobody seems to know for sure.
  • The side effects. You are gambling with your health if you take this supplement.
  • No customer feedback. Has anyone actually taken this supplement?

Finally, we found an ingredients label. It contained different ingredients to those listed on the Body War Nutrition Site and the Rockhard Supplements site.

What we can say for sure, is this supplement contains some questionable ingredients.

These include Amp Citrate which is very similar to now banned DMAA a stimulant with dangerous side effects, cognitive enhancer Pikatropin (more commonly known as Picamilion) and Bitter orange – a stimulant also known as synephrine and may help fat burning as well as increase heart rate and blood pressure.

There are also some more mainstream ingredients such as caffeine, green tea and raspberry ketone plus some unusual herbal extracts.

Body War Body Shred comes from Australian supplements company Body War Nutrition.

There is little information about the supplements or the company itself and the supplements are unavailable to by from the website. You are however invited to contact someone called Nick for wholesale enquiries should you want to sell the supplements yourself.
Other supplements include Pre War and Shred 24, which appear to be very similar to Body Shred.

What Does Body War Body Shred Claim To Do?

According to the information on the Rockhard – the principle seller’s website:

Minutes after consuming BodyShred the positive effects begin! With every serve of BodyShred you are absorbing high concentrations of advanced ingredients to assist you in reaching your health and fitness goals! Body War Nutrition offers the most advanced products available on the market today!

Does Body War Body Shred Work?

Whether it works for weight loss is anybody’s guess. There is no telling what this supplement will do!

It does contain some weight loss ingredients which can be effective. Green tea, caffeine, African mango and white kidney bean can help support weight loss and all these ingredients do come with some proof. Caffeine can help when used in moderation too.

However there isn’t much evidence for raspberry ketones or green coffee bean and in our opinion, the principle effects will come from the stimulants. This supplement will probably make you feel it is doing something but in most cases, this will be increased heart rate and blood pressure plus enhanced energy, which will probably feel like a chemical buzz. It could even cause a heart attack or stroke.

It all depends of course on the ingredient quantities but nobody actually has this information.

What Are The Ingredients of Body War Body Shred?

Body War Body Shred is a weight loss powder that you add to water in order to make a weight loss drink.

Information is conflicting about what this powder actually contains. The ingredients profile is not consistent between Body War Nutrition the so-called supplier of this supplement and the people selling this supplement.

There is also no ingredient quantities information so information here is just a general overview taken from a product label we managed to find.

  • Taurine: Early clinical research suggested that taurine improves mental performance but more recently, this claim has been disputed. Ingredient in Red Bull.
    Source:http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/TAURINE
  • Acetyl Carnitine: Amino acid that helps the body convert fat into energy. May have an effect upon the metabolism and muscle development.
    Source:http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/carnitine-lcarnitine
  • Erithytol: Sugar alcohol used as a zero calorie sweetener by the food industry.
    Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erythritol
  • Green coffee bean extract: Contains chlorogenic acid believed to inhibit glucose into the blood stream. Very little evidence that it helps weight loss despite the hype.
    Source:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2943088/
  • Gurana: South American bean, which contains more caffeine than the coffee bean.
  • Garcinia Cambogia: Much touted ingredient that may help prevent carbs from adding to body fat by blocking an enzyme in the body called citrate amylase. May have a slight effect upon weight but lacks any real evidence.
    Source:http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3010674/
  • Caffeine: Most diet pills contain caffeine and like drinking a cup of strong coffee, it is ideal for giving you a quick lift. Can help increase speed of the metabolism but effects depend on your tolerance to caffeine, which varies from person to person.
  • Green tea extract: Green tea has proven benefits for health and may help weight loss too. It is rich in antioxidants and can increase the speed of the metabolism.
  • White tea extract: White tea does not contain anything different to green tea except it contains fewer antioxidants. It is not as effective for health or weight loss as green tea but is generally beneficial and safe.
  • Kidney bean extract: Beans are a good source of protein and fibre but are probably better when used as part of your normal diet rather than in supplement form. Can help you to feel fuller for longer.
    Source:http://www.livestrong.com/kidney-beans/
  • Yerba Mate: Caffeine rich herbal extract often drunk as an alternative to tea or coffee in South America. May have added benefits to weight loss.
  • Raspberry ketones: Over exaggerated weight loss ingredient that is believed to boost fat burning. However, it lacks human clinical testing and any real evidence. May contain a chemical similar to synephrine, which is a stimulant.
  • Amp Citrate: Also called Methylpentane or DMBA, this chemical is similar to banned DMMA. It speeds up heart rate and causes blood vessels to contract in other parts of the body in a stimulant effect.
    Amp citrate has not been evaluated for safety and dosage levels remain unknown. It may be banned in the near future by the FDA for safety reasons. It is dangerous to heart and blood pressure.
    Source:https://blog.priceplow.com/amp-citrate
  • African Mango: Also known as Irvingia Gabonensis, this extract may help promote leptin- the hormone that signals feelings of satiety. Has undergone human clinical testing that displayed positive results.
    Source:http://europepmc.org/abstract/MED
  • Capsicum: Hot chilli pepper believed to increase metabolism and cause thermogenesis but needs to be in high quantities in order for it to work
  • Pikatropin: Also known as Picamilion, this compound made from niacin and GABA is sometimes taken for its nootropic effect. In Russia, it is prescribed for alcoholism and depression. Can cause side effects including high blood pressure and skin irritation,
  • Dendrobium: Extract derived from a species of orchid that is believed to enhance athletic performance. However, the effects are unpredictable and it can cause a range of potentially dangerous side effects
  • Olive leaf extract: Generally good for health but no special relevance to weight loss or fat burning
  • Norcoclaurine: Also known as Higenamine. This stimulant increases heart rate and causes heart muscles to contract. Very unsafe. Potentially lethal for some users.
    Source:http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/higenamine
  • Horsetail: Plant sometimes used for fluid retention and other urinary conditions. Possibly dangerous,
    Source:http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/horsetail
  • Celery seed: No real evidence but sometimes taken for menstrual pains and urinary problems.
  • Bitter orange: Also known as Citrus Aurantium this stimulant contains the chemical synephrine, which can increase heart rate and blood pressure. Sometimes taken for weight loss because it can decrease appetite as well as increase energy. Recognised as dangerous.

Does Body War Body Shred Have Any Side Effects?

Body War Body Shred will certainly cause side effects.

These may include:

  • Jitteriness
  • Anxiety
  • Mood swings
  • Heart palpitations
  • Increased heart rate
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Stroke / heart attack
  • Liver problems
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Abdominal pains
  • Skin irritation/ rashes/ facial flushing
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Light-headedness
  • Increased urination
  • Diarrhoea

Caution:
Not suitable if you are under 18.
Do not use if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Do not use if you suffer from a medical condition or are taking prescription medication in case of interactions.
Speak to your doctor before you take this supplement. You made need him or her later if things go wrong.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Body War Body Shred?

We have been unable to find any customer reviews for Body War Body Shred.

Does Body War Body Shred Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

Body War Body Shred does not come with a guarantee.

Where Can I Buy Body War Body Shred?

You can buy Body War Body Shred from some independent supplement stores in Australia. However, it isn’t stocked by any of the big retailers such as Amazon or GNC and it isn’t available in the shops and stores.

You can buy Body War Body Shred from Australian body building retailers such as Rockhard Supplements, Body Pro Supplements and more.

Each tub contains 160g (32 servings or 16 days supply) and costs between $60 and $64.00 AUD.

You choose from flavours Cola, Peaches n Cream and Coconut Lychee at the point of sale.

Body War Body Shred does not appear to be available in the UK or USA.

Summary: Body War Body Shred


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