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Consumer Review: Here Is A Female Perspective On The Benefits And Side Effects Of Ripped Fuel.

I have been taking ripped fuel for a month and a half, and it has been awesome. I have had no side effects. If you want good results, take it no later than 2pm or you won't be able to sleep. Ripped fuel is equal to 8 cups of coffee if you take all 6 pills a day. I only take 4-6, but not everyday.

Like all supplements, you have to experiment and different factors contribute to different results in everyone. But I do recommend trying it out. In the beginning, when I first started taking it, I was really jittery and hyper. But you also have to read ingredients. It has chromium picolinate. I have read that's another name for over the counter speed (correct me if I'm wrong). But now my body has adjusted to the jitteriness. When taking this, no one can pass judgement with the first week or first few days because obviously you haven't given it enough time to really let your body adjust.

Thank You
Lauren (19 yrs)


Response #1

Hello, I'm an 18 year old female and I have been taking Ripped Fuel for about 9 months now. Yeah, it gives you the energy, but I think I have gotten addicted to the product. I depend on Ripped Fuel like it's part of my life and that scares me.

The main reason I wanted to take this product was to have the extra energy, but I have found that I lost the energy that I had. If I don't take Ripped Fuel for a few days, I get down. I play softball, so that also affects my performance on the field. I can't not take a Ripped Fuel before a game, or else I will be so out of it. I am just writing to warn people that at first it seems great, but then it becomes a part of you and you depend on it for your energy.

Just remember that nothing is a miracle pill, and there is always a negative part to something that appears so wonderful. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. I just hope that I can get back my normal energy, because it does worry me that I depend on it so much. Just be careful!


Response #2

Hello, my name is Sandy. I am a 21 year old female bodybuilder who has been taking ripped fuel for 2 years now. I only take 2 a day at 5:30 am before P.T. in the army. I make sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day due to the case of dehydration the pills give you.

I am a health fanatic that has thoroughly researched these pills. I am concerned that you take 4 to 6 a day as a woman. Unless you weigh over 200 pounds, this can severely dehydrate you and cause liver damage. Chromium is a gradual metabolic enhancer that, over time, can help gain lean muscle mass. That instant energy you're getting is initially from the caffeine that wears off quickly. The drawn out intense energy is caused by the stimulants. This is what causes nausea and fatigue when the effect wears off. The drug also forces lung passageways to open, so when it wears off fatigue sets in due to a phlegmy substance that fills your lungs in order to heal them.

Yes, I am a hypocrite because I too love ripped fuel despite the possible side effects. I have learned that 2 a day 3-4 times a week, if taken in the morning, may not be a long term harm because it allows me to get my normal sleep. I just keep hydrated and drink plenty of non fat milk. The calcium and other vitamins in milk work as an antidote (just a study at school, not fact yet, it's in the papers though) to reverse the effects of moderate caffeine on the liver and kidneys...good news. I drink about a cup of milk per 1 pill plus the regular amount taken in of calcium per day. Well, my fingers are getting tired now so good luck with the ripped fuel, and remember you only need to take 2 a day an hour before you work out, only on the days you work out. The bottle says 6 just so you buy more.


Response #3

Yes, it is true that your body adjusts to the energy and the hyperness, but remember that too much good can be bad. I was taking the pill 3 times a day since I was only 15 to 20 pounds overweight. It gave me energy. I felt like wonder woman sometimes, and after a while my body started to look great. I had to stop taking it because I had to stop working out for a while and, as you know, you should only take this pill if you are regularly working out.

I then gained the weight back plus more and I gained it quicker then I usually would have had I not been taking ripped fuel. You see, it is a metabolic enhancer so whatever you are eating, whether good or bad, gets burned off quicker because of the pill. Once you stop taking the pill (for whatever reason), your metabolism will not burn the calories and fat like it had been doing when the pill sped it up. In turn, if you are eating the same stuff off the pill as you had been eating on the pill, YOU WILL GAIN WEIGHT.

Notice that most of the positive comments on this site are by people who are currently ON the pill and have not yet experienced the effects of getting off it. Since then, I have started working out again and I have lost 6 pounds in 4 weeks -- NATURALLY. NO PILL, NO MORE!

Michelle


Response #4

I am an 18 year old gal who agrees and disagrees with a lot that's been said on Ripped Fuel. I have been on it...off it...then back on it. In the beginning (like the rest of you ladies too it sounds), yes it did give me the jitters and the shakes. One time I was so hyper, nauseated and dizzy, I thought I was dying. That's when I took 3 pills in one shot and went to work, not to workout. After that, I dropped the pill. No more for me, I thought. But then I realized, well duh. I wasn't using all that energy it was giving me. If you're going to take the fuel, you need to be doing something to wear out all that energy...like lifting.

I am going into the Air Force, so I need to get buff and strong. I've lifted off and on for about 2 years. Nothing I've taken has helped me as much as the fuel does, because I am using what it's giving my body. I take 2 pills at 7:30-8:00 am, then go swimming until 10:30. That right there sucked up all the energy that it gave me. And I find that I am able to stay strong throughout my 2 hours of swimming. I don't get nauseous anymore after swimming. I did try to take 2 pills around 8:00 am, swim for an hour, then take 2 more, but that's where I find that 4 pills in 2 hours is way too much...even though I was exercising vigorously.

My schedule now is taking 2 pills at around 7:30, swim 'til 10:30 am (3 hours later than when I first take it), take another 2 pills and go lift weights for about 45 minutes to an hour. And now my body is working with the fuel because I am burning through what I'm taking. If you're not going to workout and use the energy, yes, you will get sick. I have had incredible results, though this is not for everyone. I am having weird things happen to my throat (a lot of mucus and have gotten strep throat a lot lately) and am wondering if the fuel contributes to this. I am eager to hear other responses to Ripped Fuel.

P.S. I now have the nice baseball-type form on my biceps and have improved my lifting by 20 pounds. When I was off Ripped fuel, my mind felt clearer, but I couldn't do half the things I have the energy to do now.



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