Performix SST Review
Does It Deliver On Its Claims?
Said to be a super thermogenic, supplement manufacturer Performix have formulated a fat burning supplement which is sold through GNC called SST (Suspension Super Thermogenic).
Designed to trigger the body’s natural fat burning processes and boost energy levels, ultimately to enhance weight loss.. Sounds like the perfect fat loss product, but does Performix SST really work?
Unfortunately the makers don’t fully disclose the the amounts of each ingredient, so the mix is hard to read…
Only 2 ingredients are shown with exact amounts – Niacin (10mg) and Vitamin B12 (1000mcg) otherwise you are given a proprietary blend totalling 322mg..
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Bitter Orange (Synephedrine)
- Mucuna Pruriens
Take 2 capsules daily on an empty stomach
Do Not Take within 6 hours of bedtime and avoid taking anything else containing caffeine while taking the supplement.
Users Comments and Feedback
GNC have reviews showing very mixed reports, some users experienced enhanced energy levels but with the added side effects of anxiety, shaking and sleep disruption… Not surprising with the stimulant included in the supplement…
Have to say there were very few reports of weight loss reported by users..
Where To Buy Performix SST
GNC are the main supplier – you can expect to pay between $59.99 and $99.99 for a months supply
Cash Back Guarantees
There are none provided – Very disappointing – this product does not come cheap
Yes there are mixed reviews on this product, but as this is sold primarily as a fat burning supplement, you cannot help but notice just how badly it seems to have performed when looking at users feedback.
Taking a closer look at the formula this is what we found..
Caffeine is one of the key ingredients and is used in most thermogenic fat burners, it helps to boost energy and encourage the natural body temperature to rise which in turn increases metabolism resulting in increased fat burning..
Other Ingredients In The Blend:
Bitter Orange – (Synephedrine) a popular replacement for Ephedrine which has been banned due to its dangerous, possibly fatal side effects. Bitter Orange has not been 100% proven as it has been largely untested in humans..
Ashwagandha – A popular natural herbal extract used in indian traditional medicine.. Said to have a positive effect on stress and may reduce cholesterol levels.. has been shown to reducer fatigue.. On the down side it has been linked to causing burning and inflammation in some male users genitals.. Using a product containing Ashwagandha should be carefully considered.- Has No proven thermogenic properties to date..
Yohimbine – Is proven to have effective fat burning qualities when taking in the right amounts.. Said to only be effective if taking when fasting.. If you eat while taking Yohimbine the supplement simply won’t work.. On the FDA list of dangerous ingredients, it has been banned in some countries.. Side effects include dizziness, hallucinations, panic attacks and more worryingly, renal and heart failure.
Mucuna Pruriens – Also called the velvet bean and regularly used in male enhancement supplements.. It has been proven to improve sexual function, fertility and performance.. Disappointingly no recognised fat burning properties..
One To Avoid – Very Little In the Way Of Results – Potentially Harmful Too..