They also shout loud about the supplement’s other powers, claiming it will slow down the aging process with the inclusion of anti-oxidants.
Is this an apex supplement or bottom of the food chain?
Predator make claims about becoming an apex predator at the top of its game, but is this supplement just a bit of a damp squib? We will dissect the ingredients and investigate whether this supplement could transform your physique, and whether it can prolong your life.
This supplement claims to help block the absorption of sugar from the carbohydrates you consume which can improve your metabolic performance and melt away your fat stores. By balancing out your blood sugar levels and turning sugar into energy to help you smash your workout, it aims to make effective use of those precious macros you work so hard to maintain.
It also contains anti-oxidants which aim to help you regenerate faster, and slow down the deterioration that comes with aging and pollutants from your environment.
There is a lot of blurb and bluster in the marketing of this product and this might make some wary about over-promise and under-delivery.
This supplement can deliver some pretty interesting side effects, with stomach upsets, cramping, and diarrhea being top of the pile. Some of the ingredients in too high dosage could leave you feeling very uncomfortable, but in too low dosage renders them completely ineffective. People with serious medical conditions or on medication should take advice before turning to this supplement.
It is currently on sale for $39.99 for one bottle of 60 capsules on their website and Amazon. Some users have had to increase the dose to 2 – 3 capsules per day so you would soon get through this supplement. It is an average price for this type of supplement.
Our verdict is that there is more spin than science here but there are some noteworthy ingredients, namely the Super Berberine, which has long been used in Chinese medicines. It has animal and human studies backing up its effectiveness as an anti-diabetic and anti-inflammatory ingredient. Known to be as powerful as pharmaceutical medications for the onset of type 2 diabetes, such as Metformin, there is merit to be given to this plant-based alkaloid.
The rest of the ingredients contain lower dosage than recommended so it is difficult to determine whether it is likely to be effective, but the anti-oxidants are compelling and possibly offering benefits for cognition, heart health, and lowering cholesterol in the correct doses.
Our view is that you will be unlikely to easily see the benefits of Chaos and Pain Predator unless you are already managing your macro-nutrients very carefully, in which case it is likely to be diet rather than the supplement making the difference.
Overall, we do not recommend Chaos and Pain Predator to our readers.
The supplement comes in 60 capsules for ease of use and contains various ingredients that are thought to be hypoglycemic. Whether it is used mainly to take away the guilt of your cheat meals or to enhance your diet consistently and ensure your macro-nutrients are perfectly in harmony, other than the super berberine, there is little medical evidence to support its efficacy.
It is a product aimed at those who take their performance in the gym very seriously, and are already carefully managing their macros to enhance performance. Some users have a reported using this in conjunction with other thermogenic products and have seen benefits in muscle hardening, but many others noticed no difference at all.
Retailing at $39.99, it is an average price for this kind of product and so it is not going to break the bank if you choose to give it a go but not many reviewers reported putting in repeat order.
It talks a good game and is likely to lure people in through good marketing over scientific grounding, but it does have some interesting ingredients that could make it a contender on the market.
The supplement is a fairly standard nutrition partitioner, in that it aims to stop you absorbing carbohydrates and particularly sugars therein, and instead top you up with anti-oxidants and ingredients that may help use the glucose to enhance performance in the gym, rather than it getting stuck in storage around your belly.
It contains several ingredients that are known to have some benefit on insulin sensitivity and lowering blood glucose, and there are some side effects such as lowering cholesterol.
Chaos and Pain Predator makes big claims about longevity and anti-aging, mainly owing to the two ingredients that are anti-oxidant, and by including absorption ingredients guarantees it will get to work quicker than other supplements.
The inclusion of Berberine, which does have some scientific grounding as being as powerful an anti-diabetic medicine as pharmaceutical drugs such as Metformin. That is big news, and as such gives Chaos and Pain Predator some merit in performing as it claims it will, by lowering blood sugars. However, the dose is somewhat lower than recommended, although the side effects of increasing it are upset stomach, cramps, and diarrhea, so taking it in high quantities should carry a warning.
The other ingredients are largely ineffective due to how low a dosage there is in the supplement. Whilst it could have some benefit on blood glucose, this is likely to come from the berberine.
The anti-oxidant claims are compelling and there may be some truth in the effects, given it shares compounds with blueberries and grapes, known superfoods. In our opinion, you would get more benefit sticking to the real thing but it is unlikely to do any harm to top up.
The absorption ingredients may have some effect on getting through the gut wall faster, but it is unlikely in such low dosage.
Does Chaos and Pain Predator have any side effects?
The company offer no cautions or warnings about Chaos and Pain Predator which strikes us as odd and rings alarm bells. Some of these ingredients are known to interfere with medications and they could have profound side effects for those with preexisting medical conditions.
There are a few mixed reviews online with some recommending other products over Chaos and Pain Predator. Those who were positive mainly noted its effectiveness when used after a heavy carb cheat meal, and noticed they woke up with a flat tummy. Others were less impressed and could not tell if they had seen any benefits from the product.
Some users upped the dosage to two or three capsules per day but did not see ample difference to justify using the product up quicker.
There is 100% guarantee for those who are unhappy with the performance of Chaos and Pain Predator, which is reassuring. However, we were concerned to see that they don’t guarantee delivery of the product.
You can buy Chaos and Pain Predator from the company website, third-party retailers such as Amazon, and certain wholesalers. Currently retailing at $39.99 it is an average price for other nutrition partitioners on the market.
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