So is this supplement the one to grab? We take a look in our in-depth review.
Lean System 7 is made by American company Isatori who specialise is body building supplements and various fat burners which are available on sale across retail sites including Amazon and eBay.
Isatori Lean System 7 contains a range of ingredients and it gives the impression that the makers couldn’t decide what ingredients to include in this supplement so just put them all in!
To make matters more confusing there is no designated product website so it is impossible to find out exactly what the manufacturers had in mind and reading about this supplement via eBay, bodybuilder supplement sites and similar is a bit like a game of Chinese Whispers where the information gets changed which each person’s new version.
You cannot sign into the Isatori website to see product details and information. There is a site but the fact that the site requires you to sign in with your email before you can view, has set off warning signals with the Watchdog team. We did not do it and advise you to be equally cautious in providing personal information and signing into unknown sites.
There is no product information regarding how and when to take this supplement. Each bottle of Lean System 7 contains 120 capsules and provides 60 servings. It is not stated whether you take one or two servings a day. There is also a smaller sized bottle for UK customers, which contains only 90 capsules.
Isatori is listed on company directory sites and has a Facebook page, which looks pretty slick, and if you like black and white pictures of body builders you may like it. However, even here you cannot access a designated product page about Lean System 7 although you can buy a couple of other products.
Lean System 7 contains a combination of branded formulas. The Lean System 7 proprietary blend contains Advantra Z – a branded synephrine formula, plus 7-Keto® a formula containing black pepper extract combined with some green tea extract and other ingredients.
The other patented formula is Lean System 7 is. Fuco Metaburn – based on pomegranate and seaweed extract.
Lean System 7 is available from independent retail sites worldwide including USA, UK and New Zealand. It is only sold on body builder websites although you can find it on Amazon and eBay too.
The advertising on the Lean System 7 claims that this diet pill is an “Advanced Metabolic Activator” and contains a “New Improved Formula”.
According to one New Zealand based retailer, over 1,000,000 people worldwide have used Lean System 7.
The advertising on Amazon.com helpfully points out that,
Research has shown that with age your metabolic rate drops along with your energy levels and ability to burn fat
Another retailer goes into detail and condenses the benefits of Lean System 7 into three key features:
According to this retailer,
research has shown can increase fat loss by up to 450% over diet alone.
None of these statements come with any explanation or clinical evidence and it all looks totally flimsy.
Lean System 7 comes under the fat burner description of diet pills. It contains some stimulant ingredients, which often have the side effect of reducing the appetite and increasing energy levels.
The ingredients are listed but there is no ingredients breakdown.
The Lean System 7 formula contains 1386 mg per serving of the following ingredients:
Fuca Metaburn (75mg) is a patented supplement which contains:
Lean System 7 contains ingredients that work as stimulants and you may feel the effect of these if you take this supplement. We do not like that the ingredients amounts are not revealed and there are safely questions round the use of synephrine.
You really have no idea of the potential effects or side effects you can expect without knowing the ingredient quantities. The lack of customer information is a matter of concern. The company should tell customers exactly what they are buying and how it works and this failure to do so is a serious omission.
According to customers, Lean System 7 does have numerous side effects. Many people have experienced headaches as well as the usual stimulant side effects, and customers have complained of muscle cramps and heart palpitations.
One customer said,
got the jitters and did not work… felt weird on it
Lots of customers have complained about headaches.
I constantly had headaches and started having nightmares from them.
I tried this product and it gave me a headache and the feeling like I was getting sick.
Some customers have complained that Lean System 7 has made them extra hungry,
I didn’t seem to have any bad side effects except I felt like I was ALWAYS hungry
Now the headaches and caffeine cravings have me eating WAY too much and I feel too tired and yucky to work out
Potential side effects include:
Caution: Do not take if pregnant, breast feeding or taking medication. Avoid if you have any type of heart or blood pressure condition.
There is plenty of customer feedback for Lean System and it is a mixed bag. There are some positive reviews.
One customer said,
Since I started Lean System 7 and so far, I have noticed it has given me energy to do things. I have not lost weight but my husband said he noticed that I feel slimmer!!
However, there are lots of negative reviews and most people have said that the pills simply do not work.
Have been using the product with exercise and diet and there isn’t a difference.
This is a very typical comment and many reviewers urge customers not to waste their money on this supplement.
Lean System 7 does not appear to work effectively.
It is hard to find anything truly positive to say about this supplement and most customers have been left dissatisfied.
Lean System 7 is on sale from numerous bodybuilding and supplement websites as well as Amazon and eBay where it is listed for sale by various sellers.
Prices vary but on Amazon.co.uk you can find a tub of 90 Lean System 7 capsules for £34.99.
Lean System 7 is much cheaper in the USA. A bottle of 120 capsules costs between $20.49 and $44.00 from Amazon.com.
Independent retailers set a variety of prices. One New Zealand bodybuilders supplement website sells Lean System 7 (120 capsules) for $84 NZ.
The Lean System 7 advertising does not reveal how many pills you should take a day and whether 90 or 120 capsules are sufficient for one or two months supply.
No money-back guarantee appears to be available.
Lean System 7 is a very indifferent looking product, which does not appear to offer the customer anything at all. Even Isatori, the company behind Lean System 7 does not provide any information about their own product and fails to offer any type of guarantee, customer advice or information about the contents.
Most customer feedback has been negative, there are reported side effects and nobody seems to have actually lost any weight. Added to which, you do not really know exactly what you are taking and some ingredients are a matter for concern.
We believe customers deserve better so for all these reasons we reject this supplement.
Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.