Below we take an in-depth look into Jetfuel, to see whether this stimulant-based weight loss supplement is as effective as it seems.
Jetfuel is a weight loss supplement that mixes together dozens of stimulants ingredients, nootropics, and amino acids. It remains one of the cheaper weight loss supplement available to buy online, and comes in a jumbo-sized box packed with 120 capsules.
This product contains a heavy mixture of stimulants, many of which combine to create pretty severe side effects. Click on the Side Effects tab for the full list!
Customers using this product should expect to experience jitters, heart palpitations, high blood pressure, headaches, irritability, and sleeplessness, especially if you are sensitive to stimulants.
The cheapest price we found available online was on Amazon, where a month’s supply costs just $18. In many other online stores (including the official GAT Sports website), the same pack tends to retail for around $25.
Products like Jetfuel are hard to review, as it remains impossible to know how well they work. The manufacturers have made every effort to confuse customers by flooding the Amazon review section with fake comments and hiding vital ingredient quantity information.
The unfortunate conclusion is that it’s hard to work out whether this extraordinarily-cheap product works. It certainly contains some effective ingredients, but also attempts to stuff dozens of them into each tiny capsule. It’s possible that the dosages are too small to be truly effective, which may be a blessing given the unpleasant nature of side effects caused by stimulant ingredients like these.
The price may be good, but this is ultimately a product that comes accompanied with too little information, too many potential side effects, and no money-back guarantee to protect purchases.
Overall, we do not recommend Jetfuel to our readers.
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Jetfuel is a weight loss supplement that claims to be appropriate for athletes, fitness enthusiasts, bodybuilders, and ordinary dieters. It works by providing customers with a significant burst of energy to support fat-burning thermogenesis, and to provide fuel for longer and more intense workouts.
Jetfuel is manufactured by GAT Sport, a sports and nutraceutical company that was founded in 1997. GAT Sports appears to be a joint American-German initiative, and the company is mainly known for the many professional athletes it uses to promote its products. The company hit headlines when one of its flagship athletes, UFC fighter Jon Jones, was banned for using banned performance-enhancing drugs, which he later blamed on “tainted supplements”. Though they were likely not at fault, this forced the company to issue a statement that Jones’ rule-breaking was not committed whilst using one of their products. The company can be contacted via the contact form provided on their official website.
The directions for use are as follows:
Take 1 serving (3 capsules) 1-2 times per day. Take 1 serving first thing in the morning. JETFUEL can be taken with or without food depending on your stomach sensitivity. If you are sensitive to caffeine, do not take within 6 hours of bedtime.
Like many of the other fat-burning supplements out there, Jetfuel claims to help dieters metabolize fat more effectively, whilst also suppressing appetite and providing a sharp burst of energy. Some of the other ingredients included within the mix are said to improve mood and sharpen focus.
GAT Sports fail to disclose the ingredient quantities used in this product, which makes it impossible to estimate how well it works. In addition, many of the customer reviews posted on Amazon appear to have been outright faked.
This product contains many of the ingredients needed to provide a fat-burning, energy-boosting effect, and there are also some ingredients that could sharpen focus. However, without the right information, it’s not possible to know how well Jetfuel works.
The ingredients found in Jetfuel are listed below. Unfortunately, the manufacturers fail to disclose the ingredient quantities used in this product, which makes it impossible for customers to know whether each ingredient has been dosed correctly. The few quantities listed are correct for 3 capsules.
With so many ingredients, it should be no wonder that Jetfuel is linked with so many potential side effects.
The combination of bitter orange peel, bioperine, and caffeine used by this product is known for its habit of causing side effects. Potential adverse effects include heart palpitations, high blood pressure, jitters, sleeplessness, headaches, and irritability. It’s worth taking these risks seriously – bitter orange peel has actually been linked with the onset of strokes and heart attacks in otherwise healthy patients.
Yohimbe can also cause a wide range of side effects, including stomach upset, excitation, tremor, sleep problems, anxiety or agitation, high blood pressure, a racing heartbeat, dizziness, drooling, sinus pain, irritability, headache, frequent urination, bloating, rash, nausea, and vomiting. High doses can cause more severe effects.
In one study into Hoodia, participants reported a high number of side effects, which included headaches, nausea, vomiting, ‘odd skin sensations’, increased blood pressure, and increases in heart rate. There were also signs of liver damage in some of the participants.
The many remaining ingredients found in this product can also include other side effects, including constipation, depression, vivid dreams, schizophrenia symptoms, breast tenderness, vaginal bleeding, and more.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are taking any medications or are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase.
Many of the reviews posted to Amazon discussing Jetfuel are positive. However, we checked the reliability of these reviews with the review-checking service at FakeSpot, and unfortunately found that nearly half of the positive reviews are estimated to be fake. The opinions of those that remain appear to be split down the middle.
This is hands down the best thermogenic I’ve ever used. Curbs cravings, helps with my appetite, and doesn’t make me feel like my skin is going to crawl off.
This stuff seems pretty good…not sure why it makes me poop so much (sorry tmi) but I definitely can feel a difference.
I can honestly say I haven’t lost an ounce on this fat burner.
Not a fan- Minimal energy gain, no other noticeable side effects
GAT Sports do not offer a money-back guarantee to customers. Customers are able to return any product within 30 days, but will only receive a refund if their products are returned unused in a re-saleable condition.
Jetfuel is available to buy on the official GAT Sports website, Amazon, www.bodybuilding.com, eBay, Power Body, Same Day Supplement, the Vitamin Shoppe, and many more.
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