Turbo Ripper comes from Scitec Nutrition a body building supplements company. This supplement is aimed at this bodybuilding niche market and as the advertising claims, it is high in stimulants.
Turbo Ripper is marketed as a high strength fat burner and is made by bodybuilding supplements company Scitec Nutrition.
You may have heard of Scitec Nutrition, they were founded in 1996 in the USA but after running into financial difficulties, ceased trading in the USA and focused on the UK and European markets.
The ingredients have been linked to causing heart attacks and strokes. Even if you feel you are healthy and fit, Citrus Aurantium is known to have caused heart attacks to otherwise young healthy people.
When it comes to weight loss, putting your body into stress mode by increasing your adrenaline may reduce your appetite but it is just not a healthy way to live. Once you stop taking the pills you will undoubtedly put any lost weight straight back on.
The advice to use this supplement non-stop for 2-month periods is certainly going to take a toll on health and we do not recommend you take any supplement on a permanent basis.
100 capsules (25 servings or 25 days supply) of Turbo Ripper costs around £17 with free shipping to UK addresses. Also available in other countries.
Scitec Nutrition looks glossy and big business but the official website does not provide any information about the company or where it is based. We have no way of knowing about the manufacture process or even the country of origin.
Surely if this company were on the level, they would provide this vital information? It is an easy decision. We reject Turbo Ripper.
Turbo Ripper is a high strength fat burner that is made by bodybuilding supplements company Scitec Nutrition. This supplement is a stimulant and designed to be used in combination with a work out program and the idea is that your enhanced energy will help you train harder and for longer so burn off extra calories.
In addition, this stimulant effect will suppress your appetite as well as boost metabolism helping you burn off weight faster than usual.
You get the impression from the glossy Scitec website that this is a major company with a global spread. Scitec Nutrition sponsor the IFBB – the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness so has the right look and credentials.
The main website comes with images and videos of notable male and female body builders and the whole impression is that this company is a major presence in the bodybuilder world.
Surprisingly it is hard to find out any background about the company location or where the supplements are actually made.
We did some digging and according to industry sources, Scitec Nutrition was founded in 1996 in the USA but after running into financial difficulties, ceased trading in the USA and focused on the UK and European markets.
In the UK, sales for Scitec Nutrition are provided by Scitec.co.uk named as the official distributors and this company appear to be the main retail outlet.
UK SCITEC DIRECT
272 Kings Road
B11 2AB Birmingham, UK
+44 (0) 330 4450055 UK-wide
Start with 1-2 caps 1-2 times a day to assess stimulant tolerance!
A full serving is 4 capsules a day. Use for 8-12 weeks, then take at least 2 weeks off. Avoid any other sources of stimulants while using! This product provides a sustained release of Caffeine for approximately 4 hours after taking! Use this product in conjunction with food as part of a healthy, balanced diet, not as a substitute for such.
Turbo Ripper is a fat burner stimulant diet pill. It contains high levels of Citrus Aurantium, Caffeine, Acetyl l Carnitine and Green Tea and will have a stimulant effect that will not suit everyone.
Does taking stimulants really work for muscle building and weight loss, anyway? The body builders seem to believe it does but a lot of this is around boosting gym performance and energy.
Some ingredients such as Green Tea can increase the speed of the metabolism helping you to burn off fat faster than usual. However clinical evidence suggests that with ingredients such as caffeine this effect slows down once the body becomes accustomed to it.
Some of the ingredients in Turbo Ripper come with health concerns around heart health and blood pressure and as a further disadvantage; you are advised to avoid tea and caffeine while you are using this supplement.
Users outside the gym nut category may find this stimulant too strong for every day use.
According to the Turbo Ripper product information, the design of the capsules is an important feature because it offers;
High doses of sustained release caffeine, acetyl l-Carnitine, green tea, synephrine & more!
However later in the product information it appears that only caffeine has this sustained release technology. Scitec explain:
TURBO RIPPER gives you a serious Caffeine jolt of 200 milligrams per serving from various sources, including the trademarked NEWCAFF™ microencapsulated, sustained release Caffeine!
According to the information, this is a “new Caffeine delivery system, which releases its total Caffeine content over approximately 4 hours.
So it’s just the caffeine that has the slow release and not the other ingredients? The Turbo Ripper advertising does not make this clear.
What is clear is that Turbo Ripper is advertised as a strong supplement.
TURBO RIPPER gives you many of the ingredients you know and love – in significant doses!
You will probably feel the effects of taking Turbo Ripper. The stimulant ingredients will promote energy and if you work out at the gym, you may find that it increases your focus.
However, is this a healthy way to exercise? Increasing your energy with chemicals could encourage you to over do it and the fact that your heart rate and blood pressure could already be artificially increased before you start is potentially dangerous.
Citrus Aurantium is linked to causing heart attacks and strokes in otherwise healthy people. L tyrosine increases adrenaline levels and can cause you to feel stressed and on edge. This effect can decrease appetite by making you too stressed to eat.
We like the high green tea content – this powerful ingredient is high in antioxidants and does have health benefits but are less keen on the other ingredients.
It will work as a stimulant but whether this will help you lose weight is another matter.
Clinical evidence suggests that green tea can help promote weight loss when combined with caffeine and you could boost your health by drinking more green tea. The problem with this supplement it is predominantly stimulant based and although this appears to be popular with body builders who like the buzz of an enhanced work out there is no real evidence it helps you lose weight. That is beyond the fact that you may feel too on edge to eat and sit still.
It will probably do that for you but many people will find it too unpleasant to take long term.
Turbo Ripper is a stimulant diet pill. The serving size is equal to 4 capsules.
Turbo Ripper is only sold via Scitec and customer feedback is not available so we cannot bring you any real life experiences.
However, the ingredients in this supplement come with some well-documented side effects. These may include:
Turbo Ripper does not come with any health warnings.
Avoid if pregnant or breast-feeding. Do not take if you suffer from a medical condition related to heart or blood pressure. Avoid if you suffer from Glaucoma and do not take if you suffer from depression or are taking anti depressants.
Do not take in combination with prescription medical ion because of possible interactions and avoid all caffeine-based products.
See your doctor for advice before you start taking this supplement.
We were unable to find any Turbo Ripper reviews and surprisingly this supplement is not being discussed on the English-speaking bodybuilder forums.
No money back guarantee on offer.
You can buy Turbo Ripper from the UK official distributor site.
100 capsules (25 servings or 25 days supply) of Turbo Ripper costs £17.09 with free shipping to UK addresses.
You can also find Turbo Ripper on sale in Australia, Malaya and throughout Europe. Prices vary according to the seller.
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