Cellucor WS1 Extreme Review
Cellucor WS1 Extreme is what you might call a product for people who like to plan ahead. Plan for what? Well, if you think you’re at risk for heart disease or if you’re planning on gaining too much weight, it might help. Then again, so might eating cheerios. What exactly does it offer for its premium price?
Cellucor WS1 Extreme Ingredients
Proprietary Blend for WS1 – 1833.00 mg
- Vitamin A
- Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) omega 3 fatty acid, possibly anti-inflammatory
- Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) omega 3 fatty acid from fish oil
- Acetyl – L Carnitine- aids in fatty acid metabolism
- Bitter Gourd Extract- supposedly acts by “an unknown mechanism” to maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
- Tetradecylthioacetic Acid – may promote increased insulin sensitivity
- Phylloquinine (Vitamin K1)- assists in blood clotting
Regardless of the claims that this company makes about their formula, this blend of ingredients just doesn’t seem to make sense as a diet pill. Sure, it’s good to have healthy levels of Vitamin A and to get enough omega 3′s, but there just isn’t any real scientific evidence to support how this particular blend could help you lose weight. The company offers only rumors about what it “might” do.
Cellucor WS1 Extreme Marketing
Even in the marketing shows the ambiguity of the purpose of this product and the lack of confidence that the company has in the product. They claim it has “great promise for decreasing the risk of [obesity and heart disease]; it is a great dietary aid for those who may be very close to developing such conditions.”
So even according to the company, you’re being sold a product that is for people who MIGHT get fat but who are not already struggling with their weight?
Cellucor WS1 Extreme Price
At $63 plus shipping, we would expect a lot more from this product other than vitamins and unproven Ayurvedic herbs.
Cellucor WS1 Extreme Guarantee
Luckily this product does come with a satisfaction guarantee, so you’re not risking anything other than shipping costs and hassle to try it, but we’re not convinced that the product should be priced much higher than what it would cost to ship it.
Cellucor WS1 Extreme Conclusion
As you’re here to find the best diet pills, we can sum this up pretty simply this isn’t one. In fact, it’s not really even a diet pill. It’s more like a vitamin supplement for those who are “at risk” to become overweight. If you are currently wanting to lose some extra pounds, this has no promise of making that happen, even for $63.