BSN Hypershred is a dietary supplement that is available over the counter and that has been designed to help dieters and bodybuilders to be able to lose the excess fat from their bodies. The advertising for these pills states that it will assist its users in being able to burn away the extra layer of fat from their bodies while it simultaneously enhances the body’s capability for maintaining lean muscle mass.
This is a very common claim by weight loss supplement brands, but unfortunately not all of them live up to their promises. Therefore, before taking BSN Hypershred, it is highly recommended that a doctor be consulted and that the consumer investigates the list of ingredients with greater depth. This will help to understand whether or not it could be safe and effective, and if it may be appropriate for their unique needs and expectations.
BSN Hypershred does not require a doctor’s prescription in order to purchase it, but it is still a good idea to consult with a doctor before using this or any other weight loss pill. This can help you to know whether or not there is some potential that the pills might work to help you to shed the excess fat, but it will also help you to know whether or not it should be safe for your unique needs and expectations for health and weight loss.
When you visit your doctor, bring the name of the product and its manufacturer (Bio-Engineered Supplements and Nutrition, Inc), as well as a complete list of the ingredients that make up its formula. At the time that this review was written, the substances within the proprietary formula (though not their individual quantities) were listed on the official website.
The following make up a total of 470 mg: the Thermodynamic Interfusion (containing Caffeine Anhydrous, Bitter Orange Extract (Citrus aurantium) (30% Synephrine) (Advantra Z®), Red Pepper Extract (Fruit) (2% Capsaicinoids) (Capsimax®), Black Pepper Extract (Fruit) (95% Piperine) (BioPerine®)), as well as an Acti-Tropic Complex (containing Bacopa Extract (Whole Plant) (20% Bacosides A&B), DL-Phenylalanine, Niacin, Toothed Club Moss Extract (Aerial Parts) (1% Huperzine A), Pyridoxine HCl, Riboflavin, Thiamin Mononitrate, Cyanocobalamin), and a Mimetic Composite (containing Banaba Leaf Extract (18% Colosolic Acid) (GlucoHelp™), Chromium Chloride).
Based on that list of substances, it is very difficult to come up with a reason to recommend this product, as it contains many unproven ingredients, as well as a combination (synephrine in bitter orange extract and caffeine in several ingredients) against which the FDA has already cautioned dieters due to the associated health risks.