besides eating healthy, will taking the ripped fuel help me loose that estra pouch I have, or should I try xenadrine??? Or should I stay the old fashioned way and keep eating a lot of protien and low on carbs. I just want something to give me that ext

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besides eating healthy, will taking the ripped fuel help me loose that estra pouch I have, or should I try

xenadrine??? Or should I stay the old fashioned way and keep eating a lot of protien and low on carbs. I just want

something to give me that extra kick. What do you recomend???

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Most of the name brand fat burners such as Ripped Fuel and Xenadrine no longer contain ephedrine (which is the
main fat loss ingredient). Due to all kinds of bad media publicity ephedrine is getting a bad rap and is banned in
Canada and in some U.S. states. But when ephedrine is used responsibly it is a safe and effective diet aid for people
looking to lose body fat and boost energy levels.

I suggest that you save your money and just stick to the basic ephedrine, caffeine, and aspirin stack and avoid the name
brand fat burners which are not as effective as they used to be.

 

Just take it 3 times per day on an empty stomach. Make sure to take them before cardio and / or weight training
because they will help to boost your energy levels.

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xenadrine works perfectly, the only problem comes when people think that they can eat the same food hoping the supplement will do all the job, if you keep eating unhealthy food, not just this product will not be efficient, at the same time you will be worst as time goes by

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Here are the ground rules for eating like a ripped guy:

Let your protein come from animal sources, as they contain all the essential amino acids.
Most of your fat intake should come as a byproduct of protein foods. (Beef and eggs, for example, contain copious amounts of fat as well as protein.)
Get your carbs mainly from slow-digesting starchy foods such as sweet potatoes and rice. Limit your fruit to two servings per day.
There’s no restriction on green vegetables. Because they’re low in calories, they’re not counted toward your carb allowance.
Have fruit and a protein shake after training.

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