Shred Jym Review
How Cut Will You Get With Jym Shred?
This product is definitely popular with bodybuilders and has been developed by Jim Stoppani PHD who owns JYM Supplement Science.
This product is sold as a three stage Fat Loss support capsule and is said to deliver six synergistic ingredients which will encourage greatly increased fat loss, increase your energy levels and give you maximum results from workouts.
Whats In The Formula
- L-Tyrosine 500mg
- Green Tea Extract 500mg
- Caffeine 200mg
- Acetyl-L-Carnitine 1.5mg
- Synephedrine (Citrus Aurantium Extract) 20mg
- Cayenne Pepper 50mg
How To Use Shred Jym
The makers advise 4 capsules 2-3 times per day (8-12 capsules daily) between meals. Take first serving when you wake up, but do not take within 6 hours of bedtime as the supplement contains a high level of stimulant which could disrupt sleep.
There is a lot of positive feedback on this one.. with users reporting a marked improvement in energy levels along with good fat burning results. The negative on this supplement is some users reporting unpleasant side effects.. The stimulant content could prove a real problem for those who are sensitive to caffeine etc… If you are then quite simply – Do Not Take.
Some users also felt that taking 8-12 capsules each day was just too many.
Some users complained of dizziness, anxiety, feeling nauseous and tachycardia..(irregular heart rate) This is common with any product containing high levels of stimulants. This is most decidedly not good from a health point of view.
Where To Buy
Available online from bodybuilding.com, and Amazon along with other reputable online sources.
You can expect to pay around $34.00 – $46.00 for 60 servings (this will give you between 20 and 30 days supply depending on your daily dose)
Cash Back Guarantees
There Are No Guarantees Provided By The Manufacturer
Shred Jym is without doubt an effective fat burning supplement that has shown powerful results, but you do run the risk of side effects due to the high level of stimulants contained in the formula..
One ingredient we must flag up is Synephedrine (AKA Citrus Autantium or Bitter Orange).
This is often found in fat burning supplements and is commonly used to replace the banned Ephedra (withdrawn from sale because of its potentially harmful side effects) which could include Increased Blood Pressure, Heart Attacks and Strokes.
An increased risk of sunburn could also occur in lighter skinned people.
As a fat burner this supplement can offer some decent results…. If you can tolerate the stimulants and are happy to ignore the potential risks involved when taking Bitter Orange then it should help you cut unwanted fat and increase energy levels.
We still prefer to not include it in our recommended product list….
Hard To Recommend
There are other fat burners on our list that have proven to deliver effective results and with little or no side effects, can only be a good thing. There is a full cash back guarantee offered with a couple of the products which gives the buyer some security. If you find the results are less than satisfying (using as directed of course) you can return any empty boxes and get a full refund.