HYBRID Hybrilean Fat Burner Review
Typically aimed at the body building crowd and most likely found gracing the shelves at GNC or Predator Fitness rather than your local grocery store or chemist.
It has a bit of an aggressive and antisocial menacing look to it but is at least aimed at both sexes and not just pumped up guys.
Nothing wring with a bit of inclusion, I just wish this inclusion stretched as far as the showers in the gym.
For the love of everything, I am angst ridden to see that this is a proprietary blend which effectively hides the exact amount of each ingredient that is present.
Olive – Olive oil is widely used in many foods and its ability, like avocado, to reduce the bad (LDL) cholesterol is fairly well known. These are great to have in your diet.
While implicated in various fat burning effects (increased thyroid hormones and adrenaline) there does not appear to be any overall fat lost in trials.
Coffee Bean – For weight loss, chlorogenic acid in coffee is thought to affect how the body handles blood sugar and metabolism. This is found in our favorite fat burner, Instant Knockout.
Caffeine – Caffeine intake is associated with weight loss through thermogenesis and fat oxidation.
Banaba (Lagerstroemia) – Not a great deal of research on this, however, it does seem to inhibit absorption of carbohydrates.
Higenamine – Data shows an increase in energy expenditure and kilocalorie expenditure. It also results in a moderate increase in heart rate and systolic blood pressure similar to caffeine.
AMP Citrate – This is also known as 1,3-dimethylbutylamine amongst other names. This is a stimulant that is banned by the FDA and the UKAD because it is a potentially dangerous stimulant. It has never been studied in humans either.
Capsicum – Capsaicin is known to boost metabolism, causing the body to produce extra heat and burn more calories for fuel. This is found in our favorite fat burner Instant Knockout. There’s 40,000 heat units present (HU) which is pretty darn hot.
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4 capsules. This is good as the best fat burners out there recommend 4 caps as it provides a nice, consistent and constant amount of ingredients throughout the day for your body to utilize.
The problem here is they recommend having 2 caps at once rather than spreading them out equally.
This totals 2248mg per day which isn’t too bad considering some of the shit out there on the market. However, it is not quite up there with the big boys.
It looks to me like we have 4 proven ingredients to assist with fat burn, the main issue for me is that this is all found in a proprietary blend so we could only be getting trace amounts for each ingredient and then it could be bulked up with filler.
The other issue I have is that 4 working ingredients means it is only 57% working. Why not have 7 (100%) solid and reliable ingredients like some other products available? It just seems like a wasted opportunity.
Apart from the fact we are handed a shit sandwich with a proprietary blend, apart from less than 60% of it is proven to work, we are also given an ingredient that is banned in the US and the UK amongst other countries and sporting bodies.
Also, I have nothing against olive oil or leaf etc but I prefer it on a salad with an avocado, not in a pill with cayenne peppers.
Okay, the way I see this is that this product is like the kid that got a low grade C in math and science at school and now he is floundering around at NASA trying his hand at engineering the next space shuttle, he was also jailed straight after college for taking acid.
A sobering thought and a risk no-one would really want to take, especially if you have to pay for it.
Low ingredients, less than half proven to work, a secret proprietary blend and a banned substance present.
Look up what works and make your decision based on science and results, not marketing.