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Question: Is Ripped Fuel Safe For Women?

Is Ripped Fuel safe for women? I've heard both very positive and very negative things about Ripped Fuel but am curious if there are any women's perspective's on this? Does anyone have any advice FOR (and AGAINST) women using this? Thanks!


Answer #1

Hi, I'm no expert but I can share my experience with you. About 2 weeks ago I was taking Diet Fuel pills that my friend gave me. When I went to the health food store, they had run out so I bought Ripped Fuel. So far, my experience has been OK except that I feel nauseous once in a while. It really controls my appetite which is what I need, especially at night. I can't say much for the energy though, but that doesn't seem to be the consensus. Hope this helps a bit.


Answer #2

In my opinion, using ripped fuel is okay for women. I am 18 and used ripped fuel for 3 months and lost 25 pounds in conjunction with good exercise and diet. The only side effects I noticed was when I took the recommend dose of 6 pills daily. When I cut back to four daily I experienced no palpitations and felt better than ever. My only question would be whether it interferes with birth control, like Metabolife does?



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