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Consumer Review: Ripped Fuel Can Have Positive Or Negative Effects Depending On How You Use It.

From my experience, I believe that Ripped Fuel can have both positive and negative effects. Used properly, it is safe. Used unwisely, without the proper knowledge, it could hurt your body.

When I first started using Ripped Fuel, I took about 6 capsules, before a morning run, after lunch, and after dinner. I did this every other day. I was very amped on the days that I took Ripped Fuel! Then sleepless came next. That caused my energy level to be low for the next day. My morning workouts (every other day, on days that I didn't run) were not as intense like it used to be, before I started using Ripped Fuel. I could have taken Ripped Fuel before weight-lifting for a boost of energy, but I didn't because I did not want to rely on it as a source of energy. I used a meal of equal portion of carbs and protein, one hour prior to my workout, as fuel.

Now, I only take 2 capsules of Ripped Fuel 1/2 hour before my morning runs (every other day) to burn fat more effectively during the aerobic workout. No more Ripped Fuel before meals. I no longer experience low energy levels because I do not have lack of sleep any longer. I rely on the combination of six equally balanced meals, aerobic exercise (morning run every other day), and intense anaerobic exercise (every other day, on days I don't run) to increase my metabolism in order to lose the body fat and increase lean muscle mass.

To sum it up...In bodybuilding, it's not all about how much supplements one takes, or how much one lifts. Bodybuilding is mostly also about how the body responds; you supplement and workout according to the best body response. So, I recommend new Ripped Fuel users to experiment and determine a dosage that enables the body to respond most effectively.


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I believe there is a reason that there are recommended dosages on the bottles. For ripped fuel there is a maximum amount for one day. The situation above implied that he took way too much at first. Now he is doing much better. If you read the instructions, you will be OK. I have another problem with the above comment. He stated that he doesn't take ripped fuel before an anaerobic workout because he doesn't want to rely on it as fuel. Only carbohydrates and fat are used as energy sources for any type of exercise. In rare occasions, protein can also be used. Ripped fuel does not contain any substrates used as energy in exercise. In other words, it will not add to the total amount of kilocalories in your body. It will give you more energy to burn the kilocals already in your system.



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