Rapid Cuts Shredded is a product that is designed to help people who are hoping to give themselves larger muscles with more definition. The main claim associated with this product is that by using it, it will lead to faster fat burning. This helps bodybuilders to be able to more easily burn away the extra layer of fat covering up muscles and reducing their definition.
Rapid Cuts Shredded is manufactured by a company called Allmax Nutrition, which offers a broad range of different supplements within this category.
At the same time that this product can help bodybuilders who want their muscles to be more defined, it also markets itself to individuals who are seeking to burn more fat in order to achieve improved weight loss. In this area, it says that dieters that take this product along with an appropriate diet and regular exercise will be able to burn away more fat than they would if they were continuing their efforts unassisted.
While looking at an ingredients list is typically considered to be one of the best things a person can do in order to research a weight loss product in order to make sure it will be safe and appropriate for his or her needs, the official website for this product is strangely elusive about what it actually contains. It hints at various compounds and combinations of ingredients but never actually names anything. In fact, it even goes to the extent of saying that clinical research on one of its ingredients found that subjects using it lost an average of 14 pounds within as little as 8 weeks.
That is a very dubious way to word the results, as it doesn’t necessarily mean that this was the average length of time that the individuals needed to lose the weight, it doesn’t say anything about who conducted the study and how and, most importantly, it doesn’t say what the ingredient is. This means that a consumer would be required to simply blindly believe the company and its claims about its product and the research that has been conducted on it. Based on the statement the company has made about the research on the ingredients, it could just as easily have been a single person involved in a test run by the company itself as it could have been a reputable study.
That said, it is doubtful that a reputable study was being cited, as companies that have that kind of proof to support the use of their ingredients are usually proud to share the medical journal in which it was published.