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Twinlab Ripped Fuel Review and Side Effects

Okay, Ripped Fuel might be a little different than other ECA stack fat burners, but not by much - it just doesn't have the "A" or aspirin component, or as you might read on the labels "willow bark". Other than that, there's nothing too special about Ripped Fuel. However, Twin Lab Ripped Fuel  Extreme has a very different formula. Yes, we're talking about 2 different Ripped Fuel products right now: Ripped Fuel and Ripped Fuel Extreme.

Want to know the difference? Keep reading.

Twin Lab Ripped Fuel Information

Below is a quick list of Ripped Fuel ingredients:

Two capsules provide:
MaHuang Extract: 334mg
Guarana Extract: 910mg
L-Carnitine: 100mg
Chromium: 200mcg

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Cellulose, Purified Water, MCT, Sillica, Magnesium Stearate.

Nothing special, really. You have the standard Ma Huang (ephedrine), and Guarana (caffeine) - both of which are stimulants that can increase your heart beat, metabolism, energy, thus helping you burn fat - otherwise known as thermogenics. Twinlab's Ripped Fuel is very much based on the ECA (ephedrine, caffeine, and aspirin) stack, except without the aspirin. Ripped Fuel Extreme is quite different. Let's take a look.

Twinlab Ripped Fuel Extreme Review

Similar to Ripped Fuel, Ripped Fuel Extreme is also based on the ECA stack containing Mahuang, Guarana, and Willow Bark; however, it also contains two other very interesting ingredients: Coleus Forskohili and Citrus Aurantium. Here's what's in Ripped Fuel Extreme:

Serving Size (caps) 2
Servings Per Bottle 60
Coleus Forskohili 166mg
guarana 200mg
mahuang 20mg
citrus aurantium 5mg

Ingredients: Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Ginger Root, White Willow Bark Extract, Cayenne Fruit.

Coleus Forskohili - this is a herb that's been used in Indian medicine for centuries. It's mainly used to relax the airways in your lungs to help breathing. It also elevates cAMP (cyclic adenosine monophosphate) levels, which regulate active enzymes required for cellular energy transfer. It also helps lower blood pressure.

Citrus aurantium - also known as bitter orange, Citrus has been used in Chinese medicine to treat chest congestion. Citrus aurantium has a rare combination of 5 amines: synephrine, N-methyltyramine, hordenine, octopamine, and tyramine, which "stimulates beta-3 cell receptors" that could lead to increase in your metabolic rate without affecting heart rate or blood pressure.

The added benefit of Citrus aurantium is this ability to stimulate beta-3 cell receptors, which helps breakdown fat, increase energy, and increase metabolic rate, hence making thermogenesis more effective. Studies show that Citrus aurantium may also act to suppress appetite.

I should point out that the biggest benefit of Citrus aurantium is that several compound found in Citrus aurantium are structurally similar to ephedrine and act as stimulants, but these do not appear to have the same negative side effects of ephedrine. You will notice that Ripped Fuel Extreme contains only 20mg of Mahuang, while Ripped Fuel contains 334mg of Mahuang.

Citrus aurantium is very much hyped, alot of how it works are still theories and speculation, and lacks thorough scientific research. So, as good as it sounds on paper, keep a skeptical eye open.

If you shop online for ripped fuel products, you can save a good amount of money over retail prices.


Ripped Fuel - 200 caps
Retail price: $43.95
You save: $10.00
Your price: $33.95
Ripped Fuel Extreme - 200
Retail price: $49.95
You save: $13.00
Your price: $36.95
Ripped Fuel Ma Huang Free
Retail price: $43.95
You save: $11.00
Your price: $32.95


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