Consumer Review: I Sometimes Have Chest Pain After Taking Ripped Fuel.
I have been taking ripped fuel only before I work out which is usually about 4 times a week. I have found that on the days I do not take it, I have very little energy. Also when I work out, I sometimes have minor chest pain. Are these normal side effects and what are some other side effects?
I'm a pharmacy intern with special interest in herbal and "all-natural"
products. Your question was a warning sign to me, since many athletes/bodybuilders
don't know about the TRUE ingredients of these energy supplements.
They're NOT GOOD FOR YOU. They contain dangerous "herbal"
chemical compounds that have been deemed unsafe by the FDA. Many
individuals have minor chest pains which can escalate into possible
cardiac arrest or systemic organ failures from the use of these
supplements. I urge you to contact your physician and to cease taking
Natural products are good if taken sparingly, and not for a chronic long term period of time. There has been no authentic scientific research done on these body-building supplements. Why would the FDA take 12 years to approve a prescription drug? It's because chemical compounds of any origin, whether synthetic or natural, can be harmful if taken in the wrong way.
I hope you have not sustained any injuries from Ripped Fuel, and encourage you to use lifestyle modifications in increasing your athletic endurance.
Nothing personal against you, but I can't stand you guys. I asked a local physician about Amino 6000 and he knew less about it than I did. You can study, study, study trying to prove that all these supplements are dangerous and don't really work. Well, I have been taking Ripped Fuel for months now, and the only side effects that I notice are me being 20 pounds lighter and better definition of my entire body. If we followed your guidelines, it would take a year to lose 5 pounds and add 1/2 and inch to your arms. The drugs that you guys prescribe have far worse side effects and do not work nearly as well as Ripped Fuel.
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