Kaizen Raze

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Kaizen Raze is a fat burner, which contains some powerful looking ingredients including Amp Citrate. The makers say this blend of stimulants will work synergistically to promote fat loss and all without the jitters and nervousness often associated with other stimulant fat burners.

We take an in depth look at Kaizen Raze to find out more.

Kaizen Raze Pros

  • There’s simply no good reason to buy this product!

Kaizen Raze Cons

  • Incomplete ingredient list
  • Contains dangerous ingredients
  • No evidence of effectiveness
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What You Need To Know About Kaizen Raze

We are not very impressed with Kaizen Raze. With its cocktail of untested ingredients in unknown amounts. The principle ingredient Amp Citrate known to cause dangerous side effects, it looks unsafe and will not be very effective for weight loss either. In addition, it seems extremely unpopular with customers and it is impossible to find anyone who has actually tried Kaizen Raze and bothered to talk about it.

What Are The Side Effects Of Kaizen Raze?

You can expect to experience side effects with this supplement. Kaizen warn you should discontinue use and consult your health care professional if you experience any adverse reaction to this product. See the tab below for the full list.

How Much Does Kaizen Raze Cost?

You can buy Kaizen Raze direct from the Kaizen website. One bottle of 120 capsules (60 servings) costs $59.00. Shipping is free to US addresses

Our Verdict On Kaizen Raze

Perhaps this means that customers are finally wising up about health risks because make no mistake this diet pill looks dangerous and no matter what the advertising states, this supplement will cause the usual jittery side effects and possibly a lot more side effects besides. Despite this, there is zero information about how and when to take Kaizen Raze. The principle ingredient, Amp Citrate is likely to be banned in the near future and most reputable companies are staying away from this ingredient in droves. We certainly would not bother with this supplement ourselves and there is no way we would recommend anyone else to try it. It is an easy decision. Our only possible option is to reject Kaizen Raze.

Kaizen Raze Review

Kaizen Raze is a fat burner that contains a blend of stimulants and ingredients that may have a positive effect upon your mood and mental energy.
The supplement has been around since 2013 but despite having the right look for a stimulant fat burner, it does not seem very popular. In bodybuilding circles, strong stimulants rule the roost so it is surprising that there is very little discussion about this one.

Kaizen Raze Facts

  • Produced by Kaizen a California based supplement company
  • Each bottle contains 60 servings
  • Contains Amp Citrate as the principle ingredient

Raze contains 200mg of caffeine per serving plus Amp Citrate – a relatively new ingredient on the market which has been heralded as a legal alternative to the now banned DMMA.

DMMA or Dimethoxymethamphetamine is a psychoactive drug of the Phenethelymine and Amphetamine chemical classes. It was popular in supplements that claimed to help improve athletic performance and weight loss but was banned in 2012 because of the strong risk to heart attacks as seizures. Athletes have died following taking this ingredient.

Amp Citrate, sometimes called DMBA is chemically very close to DMMA. Some users have called it “DMMA Lite” and it has many of the same effects.

According to users, it is effective as a pre work out supplement because it is supposed to increase blood pressure and blood flow and boost focus, mood and energy performance.

Amp Citrate has had very little research carried out on it but health experts warn that it may cause dangerous side effects especially around blood pressure and cardio health.

There have been calls for the FDA to ban this ingredient and many supplement manufacturers have discontinued production of Amp Citrate products rather than be left with a pile of unsellable stock should a ban come into operation.
GNC and Vitamin Shoppe have already taken Amp Citrate supplements off their shelves. Kaizen appear to be one of only a handful of supplement companies still selling an Amp Citrate based product.

Kaizen Raze Concerns:

  • Lack of safety information about Amp Citrate. Health experts are calling for a ban
  • No customer feedback
  • Lack of product information. No directions and no clinical evidence that it works

As well as Amp citrate, Kaizen Raze also contains White Willow extract believed to increase adrenaline levels, as well as 5HTP for increased serotonin levels. Serotonin is the brain’s feel good chemical and low levels have been linked to over eating and carb cravings.

The final two ingredients are L Theanine an amino acid believed to have a calming effect upon mood and Forskolin a plant chemical that may have a stimulant effect!

L Theanine aside Kaizen Raze looks like a strong stimulant so if you decide to try it yourself, you will need to take care not to overdo dosage and it will not suit you if you have any health issues.

Kaizen does not provide any advice about how and when to take this supplement.

Kaizen Nutrition LLC is an established company based in California and according to the company information have an international reputation for premium quality products.

Other supplements include Kaizen Yohimbine HCI – a potentially dangerous looking stimulant containing this one ingredient, which is listed as one of the dirty dozen diet pill ingredients by WebMD. Other supplements include DHEA 100, Kaizen Caffeine and probably their best-known supplement ZMA PM – Anabolic Night Time Recovery Formula.

What Does Kaizen Raze Claim To Do?

According to the advertising,

Kaizen Raze is a pure, complete, scientifically formulated fat loss formula.

And,

Each ingredient in Kaizen Raze is added to work synergistically in the formula to maximize fat loss, improve performance, increase focus, and eliminate nervousness and jitters commonly associated with stimulant based fat burners.

We question these claims. This supplement is highly unlikely to be side effect free for most people.

Kaizen explains how each ingredient is supposed to work but their information is misleading and lacks evidence. For example, they state that Amp citrate is…

Found in Pouchong tea, a Chinese tea similar to oolong. AMP Citrate is a strong CNS stimulant that can help increase focus, energy, and metabolic rate.

This may be true but it implies that the Amp Citrate found in Raze comes from a natural tea. The truth is that supplement companies use synthetic amp citrate because the amounts in tea are miniscule.

Kaizen does not provide links to any clinical research and provides very little real information for customers.

Does Kaizen Raze Work?

Without a full ingredients profile and with zero customer feedback it is hard to really evaluate Kaizen Raze.

However, there are some anecdotal reports about amp citrate with some users saying that it is ‘less harsh’ than illegal DMMA. That said without full ingredients information it is impossible to gauge whether the amp citrate contained in Kaizen Raze is in sufficient quantities to provide the desired effect.

Will any of this help weight loss? Unlikely. Losing weight via stimulants does not lead to long-term weight loss and although you may see some initial weight loss due to the loss of appetite and increased energy, this method is just not sustainable.

Once you stop taking the capsules or build up a tolerance, you will find that your weight loss stops. It is not healthy and it is just not that effective. However, we feel that Kaizen Raze will probably deliver a short-term stimulant effect.

What Are The Ingredients of Kaizen Raze?

Kaizen Raze is a fat burner/ stimulant. Each serving is equal to two capsules. However, we cannot provide a full ingredient breakdown because most of the formula is masked under a proprietary blend.

  • Caffeine (200mg): According to Kaizen, “benefits may include temporary restoration of mental alertness or wakefulness when experiencing fatigue or drowsiness.” As the world’s favourite stimulant, most of us know this already however, caffeine may also be effective for short-term weight loss. It increases the metabolism although effects wear off once you become accustomed to use. This serving is equivalent to two cups of filter coffee.

Proprietary Thermogenic Blend (625mg):

  • White Willow Bark (15% Salicin): According to Kaizen, this ingredient is “a synergist with caffeine” that can improve sensitivity to adrenaline.” However, what is not mentioned is that testing has only been carried out on rats and results are inconclusive. Taking white willow extract in supplements is not advisable. It is well known for causing stomach problems especially bleeding. Aspirin is derived from white willow but has been modified to avoid this problem. This ingredient looks too unproven and too dangerous to make it worth taking.
    Source:http://www.thepoisongarden.co.uk/atoz/salix_alba.htm
  • Amp Citrate (4-Amino-2-Methylpentane 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. According to the product information, this chemical is found naturally in Chinese tea but according to industry experts, is always produced synthetically when used in supplements as here. 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.
    Source:https://blog.priceplow.com/amp-citrate
  • L Theanine: Also known as vitamin B1 or Thiamine, this vitamin is crucial for health and is obtainable by diet in yeast products such as bread and breakfast cereal. Kaizen states that L Theanine can help calm the nervous system and improve mental focus without the distracting jittery effect. There is evidence that high doses of B1 may improve mental performance.
    Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thiamine
  • 5HTP: This is included in the formula because there is evidence that shows that 5HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) a naturally occurring amino acid, is a precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin is the brain chemical that affects mood, appetite, and sexual behaviour and when levels are low it can lead to depression, comfort eating and low mood. This natural chemical is also produced synthetically and some trials have found that doses of 50-3000 mg daily for 2-4 weeks can improve symptoms of depression. Amounts contained in this supplement are unknown.
    Source:http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-794-5-htp.aspx?activeingredientid=794&activeingredientname=5-htp
  • Coleus Forskohlii (20% forskolin): According to the product information, this ingredient increase cAmp levels (cyclic adenosine monophosphate). This is an important chemical messenger in the body and regulates hormones such as adrenaline. Forskolin is a chemical derived from a natural plant called Coleus Forskohlii and some limited clinical testing suggests it may increase testosterone levels. However, results have not been consistent and the tests have been very small. There is not enough evidence to prove that this ingredient really works as described.
    Source:http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1044-forskolin.aspx?activeingredientid=1044&activeingredientname=forskolin

Does Kaizen Raze Have Any Side Effects?

You can expect to experience side effects with this supplement and Kaizen warn you should discontinue use and consult your health care professional if you experience any adverse reaction to this product.

These may include:

  • Increased heart rate
  • Palpitations
  • Pounding heart or irregular heart rate
  • Increase blood pressure
  • Whooshing sound in ears – this is a symptom of high blood pressure
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Jitteriness
  • Anxiety
  • Mood swings
  • Headaches
  • Loss of appetite

Caution:
This product is only intended to be consumed by healthy adults 18 years of age or older.
Consult a physician (medical doctor) before using if you have been treated for diagnosed with, or have a family history of, or any medical condition including, but not limited to: high or low blood pressure, stroke, heart, liver, kidney or thyroid disease, cardiac arrhythmia, seizure disorder, psychiatric disease, diabetes or if you are taking a Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitor (MAOI) or have any other medication.
Do not exceed recommended dose.
We also advise you to avoid if you are pregnant, breast feeding or trying to conceive.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Kaizen Raze?

We were unable to find any customer feedback for this product.

Does Kaizen Raze Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

There is no guarantee with Kaizen Raze.

Where Can I Buy Kaizen Raze?

Kaizen Raze is not available in the stores on the shopping mall. You can only buy online and it is offered on sale via some of the smaller supplement retailers.

The larger companies such as GNC and Vitamin Shoppe have dropped all supplements containing Amp Citrate for safety reasons and it is not available via Amazon.

You can buy Kaizen Raze direct from the Kaizen website.

One bottle of 120 capsules (60 servings) costs $59.00. Shipping is free to US addresses

Summary: Kaizen Raze


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