Your body is more than capable of making enough carnitine for its needs. The Office of Dietary Supplements says taking carnitine supplements isn’t necessary, but because it plays an important part in energy production, many supplement manufacturers sell it for improved sports performance as well as for fat loss.
As for the other ingredients, Conjugated Linoleic Acid has been shown to help weight loss, and is thought to help reduce inflammation among other functions.
Green Coffee Bean is believed (and was heavily promoted) to help with weight loss, while Garcinia Cambogia contains Hydroxycitric Acid, thought to help certain people lose weight. Raspberry Ketone has been tested on rodents and in test tubes, but there have been no studies on its effect on humans by itself. Green Tea Leaves “might be able to prevent inflammation and swelling” and definitely contain caffeine.
Yummy Sports Beach Ready is available in several different flavors, including Funky Peach, Gummy Wormz, Nerdiez Delight, Sour Watermelon, and Ziclone.
Carnitine can cause digestion problems, liver problems, blood pressure changes, and seizure disorders. It can interact with blood thinning and thyroid medications. It can also cause a fishy body odor.
Other ingredients such as caffeine, Raspberry Ketone and Garcinia Cambogia can damage the liver, cause digestion problems, lower immune system levels, and cause dry mouth and bad breath.
From the Yummy Sports website, Beach Ready costs $39.99 for 80 servings. It seems people have looked for Yummy Sports products on Amazon, but there aren’t any to be found there.
We looked and looked through the website for any kind of contact details and eventually found a form for sending emails to “info at” – hidden on the web page marked “Wholesale”.
Yummy Sports states that “We’re here to help with all of your Yummy Sports products. Get support by phone, or email, set up an appointement, or any other inquiries you may have. Yummy Sports is committed to delivering quality service, especially when you need support.”, however no phone number is supplied.
Just next to the “send” button we found “I hereby certify that the information above is true and accurate” which made us wonder why that should be there. If you require to contact them for general enquires, the email is [email protected]
But we established it’s a Canadian company, selling different kinds of supplements and that even though there were links to what looked like educational blog posts, there were none to read. The ones at the link we clicked were headed “Digital solutions led by clarity, simplicity and honesty”, had nothing but “This article was very interesting! Thanks for sharing it with us”, and still had a rating of “98% of readers would recommend this article”.
We could go on about the website, which we think must have been originally written in Canadian French and run through Google Translate without anyone checking the translation.
What other reason would there be for those “actors”?
In July 2016 there was a notice in Facebook telling people to hassle supplement store owners to carry Yummy Sports because there were no customs fees, because of their aggressive wholesale price list and because of their very trendy products, and “we were all kids once and who doesn’t like candies?
But nowhere was there any mention of the benefits to users.
So for a while, we thought this might just have been a college project that got out of hand, especially when we got to the supplement facts panel that looked like it needed a lot more adding to it, such as the percentage of daily values. These had been completely missed out.
Whichever student created the website wouldn’t have got themselves anything close to an “A” grade for many other reasons as well, though. For example, the links to Facebook and Instagram both took us to Facebook. Not Instagram. Sloppy programming there – deduct ten marks. And the site search feature doesn’t work, either. Deduct another ten marks.
Beach Ready need to be taken at least twice a day. Take one scoop early in the morning and another one before your workout. I know it tastes like heaven but we do not suggest to take more than 4 scoops per day.
Mix one scoop with 250ml of water and mix thoroughly in a shaker cup until the powder has fully dissolved. Do not exceed one scoop.
We looked further into that incomplete supplement facts panel and found four different types of carnitine in a proprietary blend: a nootropic, a testosterone booster, a mitochondria support, and one that affects blood sugar levels.
As well as that, there were the Dr Oz promoted Green Coffee Bean, Garcinia Cambogia, Raspberry Ketone, as well as Green Tea Leaf.
Unfortunately after certain lawsuits and hearings, we tend to think that anything promoted by the good doctor may not be as wonderful as he’s told us – so to have four of these products in one supplement is taking a good thing way, way too far.
From the website, “Beach ready is a stimulant free toning and sculpting supplement built on the power of four all-start weight loss ingredients. If you’ve searched for supplements to boost metabolism, suppress appetite and manage your weight, you’ve already heard of CLA, Raspberry Ketones and Carnitine. Each of these has been a top choice recommended by fitness industry experts for supporting the body and priming it for effective weight loss. Rather than take each of these separately, you can consolidate your efforts and expenditures by taking one product that feature all three, plus the latest ingredients stimulant-free.”
Yummy Sports Beach Ready contains Green Tea Leaf, which does actually contain caffeine. Therefore it would not be accurate to say that Beach Ready is stimulant free.
Based on what we’re discovered when it comes to standard daily doses of Green Coffee Bean, Garcinia Cambogia, Raspberry Ketone, and Green Tea Leaf, we would be very surprised if it did. The problem here is that supplement facts panel again: it lists those ingredients, but doesn’t state whether they’re the ingredients themselves or extracts – which would be a lot more powerful.
If they were extracts, they’re quite low in quantity. For example, we’re told on the web that the recommended dosage for Garcinia Cambogia was 1500 mg a day, as opposed to the 300 mg in one of the two daily recommended servings of Beach Ready.
If they’re not extracts, then comparatively speaking it’s hardly worth the bother of grinding them up and dropping them into the container.
As for the single-gram dosage of CLA, the jury’s out on whether that’s going to be effective, although research says an additional 2-7 grams a day will produce health benefits. Source
And as for the four different types of carnitine, we can’t tell how much of each type is in that 1,500 mg blend, but the recommended daily intake of any kind of carnitine is usually much more than that.
So whether Beach Ready actually works or not, we can’t say for certain.
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The ingredients used in Yummy Sports Beach Ready are listed below. The ingredient quantity listed below is correct for 5g of Yummy Sports Beach Ready, which is equivalent to one portion.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid Powder is known to cause liver problems, such as increased fat, especially if it’s made from chemically altered vegetable oils – and there’s nothing to prove Beach Ready isn’t. It can also cause digestion problems ranging from constipation to diarrhea.
Carnitine of all kinds can cause digestion problems too, and can also bring on complications if you’ve got anything wrong with your kidneys or liver, or have high blood pressure. It can interact with medications such as thyroid hormones and blood thinners. You could even find yourself suffering from a skin rash or, bizarrely, a fishy body odor.
Garcinia Cambogia can cause concerns: as well as anxiety, fatigue, dizziness and digestion problems, there’s the possibility of liver damage or even failure. If you have complications related to insulin levels, then Garcinia Cambogia could make them worse. As well as that, other side effects can include dry mouth, bad breath, skin rashes, weakness, headaches, fatigue, and brain fog.
Because Raspberry Ketones can resemble other stimulants, chemically speaking, you’ve got potential for a case of the jitters, raised blood pressure, and a faster heartbeat.
And as for Green Tea and Green Coffee Bean, beware of the extra caffeine if you enjoy a cup of coffee or two in the morning.
None that we’ve found. Yes, there are reviews out there posted by supplement retailers, but as for comments from anyone who’s actually used Beach Ready, that’s a different matter. There aren’t even any reviews on Amazon, where we always go to get a more balanced perspective on a supplement than what we get when checking out websites that sell it.
There is no money-back guarantee for Yummy Sports Beach Ready.
You can buy Beach Ready direct from the Yummy Sports website, and from retailers in Eastern Canada and the USA.
Just visiting the Yummy Sports website makes us feel very uncomfortable about Beach Ready. We’re no English major, but we wondered who’d write and/or edit a sentence like this one we read there: “All of the actors involved in the supplying chain have those values in mind when they are working on your interest, in order to get you the product that will overcome your needs and expectations.”
We just hope whoever did the writing didn’t have another job in an area that required precision, like the Yummy Sports production line.
As we read down the website, though, things started becoming clearer. Sort of. All of Yummy Sports supplements are manufactured in a facility rigorously inspected by Health Canada. So that’s why there’s no standard FDA disclaimer at the bottom of each page, like you get on sites selling American products.
But we still didn’t find any clues about who Yummy Sports really are.
What we did discover was that Beach Ready contains Garcinia Cambogia, Green Coffee Beans, Green Tea Leaf, and Raspberry Ketones – previously promoted by one Dr Oz, who regretted it when he was hauled up in front of a government committee on Capitol Hill for doing so.
But we never found out how much of all the different types of carnitine there was in the Beach Ready proprietary blend.
So Beach Ready is basically created – anonymously – outside the USA (and are Canadian standards as high as those here?), it’s full of stuff that Dr Oz shouldn’t have promoted. It’s marketed pretty well on its taste alone and even though we’ve found out a lot more about it, we’re still uncomfortable at the thought of adding it to our daily diet, so we do not recommend Yummy Sports Beach Ready to our readers.
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