Omega Cuts is a supplement by PMD that can be used on its own or, for a greater benefit, can be stacked with other formulas in order to build muscle. The supplement has the word “Omega” in its name in reference to essential oils that the manufacturer claims are required in order to achieve optimal health and toning of the muscles.
Omega Cuts Claims
Among the Omega Cuts ingredients in its formula, there are no fat burners or thermogenics, as it would need other types of “cuts” in order to be able to achieve that type of additional result. At the time of this review, neither an official Omega Cuts nor PMD website could be found. The information about the product which was used for this review was gleaned from the product’s label as well as from third party websites that sell it.
Though Omega Cuts is primarily designed with bodybuilders in mind, dieters who are seeking to lose weight sometimes combine this product with an overall daily supplement plan in order to speed up their results.
Ingredients Appear on Label
The product is made up of two blends: the Muscle Sparing Blend and the Muscle Toning Blend, each with their own sets of ingredients. Originally, the product label did not actually reveal what is in those two blends. Though it is common for companies to keep the individual quantities of their proprietary blends to themselves, reputable supplement producers will at least identify what’s in each product. That was not the case with Omega Cuts.
However, the product label has been updated in order to include the ingredients within the blends. They are listed as:
- Muscle Sparing Blend (500 mg) – MTC Oil, Coconut Oil, Myristic Acid, Caprylic Acid, Oleic Acid, Capric Acid, Linoleic Acid.
- Muscle Toning Blend (760 mg) – Core 95 Complex (CLA from Safflower Oil), Borage Oil, Linoleic Acid, Oleic Acid, Flaxseed Oil, Fish Oil, Cinnamon Leaf Oil.
Originally, without divulging what is inside the product, there was no way to know what it can actually do. A shopper had no way of verifying claims against any research conducted on the ingredients.
Now, it’s easier to research the ingredients in this product. That said, while Omega Cuts may indeed be able to live up to its claims, none of its ingredients are deemed proven by large, reputable studies. There are some promising substances in this formula, including the CLA from the Muscle Toning Blend.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is indeed a popular supplement marketed for weight loss. It may help to support lean muscle mass as well as some preliminary research suggests that it may come with that benefit. However, as the quantity of that ingredient is not shared, as is the case with the Omega Cuts blends, it’s not possible to know if the amount used in this product is comparable to what researchers used to obtain the desirable results.
At the time this review was written, Omega Cuts was sold for $80.74 for a bottle of 90 softgels. Each serving of this product is 2 softgels. Two servings are recommended per day. This makes this product quite expensive as each bottle lasts only 22 and a half days if used as recommended.