ErgoSHRED is formulated to help assist with weight loss by suppressing appetite and burning fat. Usually, people are worried that using a thermogenic may kill their gains, but this supplement specifically targets fat not muscle. Also, ErgoSHRED doesn’t cut any corners as it helps improve your metabolism as well.
It comes in powdered form but unfortunately is only available in one pineapple flavour. In addition, ErgoGenix aren’t the most known company and have less reviews than most credible manufacturers.
ErgoShred Matrix (Choline Bitartrate, Caffeine Anhydrous, L-Leucine, 2-Aminoisoheptane, Dandelion Extract, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, Dicaffeine Malate (Infinergy), Chinese hawthorn, bitter orange extract, Grains of Paradise extract).
Honestly I didn’t know what to expect when I first tried ErgoShred. I assumed I’d get a nice kick in energy but that was all I had in terms of expectations. Energy was great, no doubt about it. Body felt pretty warm after taking it. Flavour was great and I felt like I had tunnel vision. Overall, highly recommended!
ErgoShred is coming back as a flavored weight loss product, unlike the last version which was a capsule formula. The supplement is still promising a similar combination of fat burning benefits including increased energy and overall weight loss.
The ingredients the new ErgoShred plans on using are very different from its predecessor, with a very surprising mix of stimulants, aminos, and branded ingredients. The product’s main features all come wrapped in a single 1.615g proprietary blend with choline bitartrate, caffeine, BCAAs, DMHA, dandelion extract, hawthorne berry, dicaffeine malate, citrus aurantium, grains of paradise, and TeaCrine theacrine.
Other useful information
Supports increased metabolism
Aids in the suppression of appetite
Provides long-lasting energy
Increases focus and cognitive function
No exact dosages in the “ErgoShred Matrix”.
No company information.
Lack of reviews
The ingredients seem suitable for a thermogenic, but there are no dosages to their blend. You could give it a whirl, but probably best to treat with caution.