Ripped Rooster Hum Nutrition review

We've taken a close look at the Ripped Rooster fat burner by Hum Nutrition to see where it stands

Our rating: ★★★☆☆
Ripped Rooster Hum Nutrition review
Ripped Rooster is a fat burner supplement made by Hum Nutrition Photo: The Sport Review

Ripped Rooster is a fat burner supplement made by Hum Nutrition which is on sale on a number of website and in some shops.

If you’ve been following our health and fitness content for a while, you’ll know that we’re always on the lookout to unearth the top fat burning supplements on the market right now.

Ripped Rooster is a fat burner that is specifically targeted at women to help speed up fat loss using natural ingredients.

It’s described as a “fat-burn support system” to help accelerate natural fat burning and ultimately make it easier for you to achieve your body goals faster.

The purpose of this Ripped Rooster review is for us to take a close look at all of the ingredients, the doses and the customer feedback so we can find out where this product stands in relation to the best products on the market right now.

So, does this product live up to the marketing hype or not? Let’s take a close look at the basic facts of Ripped Rooster to find out.

What does Ripped Rooster do?

As mentioned above, Hum Nutrition describe this product as a fat burning support system, to help you more efficiently burn fat.

Ripped Rooster is available to buy at Sephora and on some online shops such as Amazon.

It contains a number of natural ingredients to help boost thermogenesis (fat burning) and get your body burning more fat naturally.

Ripped Rooster claims to use scientifically backed ingredients to deliver an effective product to help you on your weight loss journey.

This product claims to:

• Boost metabolism
• Stabalize blood sugar levels

It’s a shame that there isn’t any mention of Ripped Rooster helping to suppress appetite or boost energy levels.

The leading fat burners on the market tend to work in multiple ways to make for a more effective all-round product.

That being said, Ripped Rooster is a stimulant free fat burner, so it doesn’t contain any Caffeine or similar substances.

Let’s now take a look at the full ingredients formula to see if this product can live up to its own hype or not.

What you need to know about the ingredients

Let’s begin this all-important part by taking a close look at the actual ingredients list of Ripped Rooster.

Ripped Rooster ingredients

As you can see for yourself, this fat burner contains just three ingredients.

We’ve certainly not come across many products with such few ingredients before.

The good news is that at least Hum Nutrition are totally transparent with their formula, so we know that actual doses of the ingredients because they do not use a proprietary blend.

Now it’s time to take a look at the three ingredients Hum Nutrition appear to have carefully chosen for Ripped Rooster.

• Chromium – This is a good ingredient for any fat burner supplement. Chromium is a mineral which your body needs in small amounts for a range of natural processes, and so not getting enough of it from your diet can be a problem. Hum Nutrition have included it because it’s been shown to support insulin production, which is crucial for metabolism and the breakdown of macronutrients.

• Green Tea Extract – Another solid ingredient choice by Hum Nutrition here. Green Tea Extract is a potent thermogenic ingredient which has been shown to get your body burning more calories even while resting. Green Tea has been shown to boost resting metabolic rate, meaning that your body is likely to burn more calories when it’s in your system. Green Tea is also a natural source of Caffeine, and we rate it as one of the best fat burning ingredients around.

• 7-Keto – We’ve not come across this ingredient in any other fat burner supplement before. Hum Nutrition describe 7-Keto as a “natural metabolite” which will speed up your metabolism. It’s thought that it can help to support fat loss through thermogenesis, just like Green Tea. However, we would have much preferred to see Hum Nutrition use a different and more scientifically backed ingredient in its place.

What’s missing?

Although small, the Ripped Rooster ingredients list is not too bad. The only slight gripe we have is the use of 7-Keto ahead of a more proven thermogenic ingredient.

That being said, there were certainly a lot of our top-rated fat burning ingredients missing from Ripped Rooster.

Here are the main omissions that we think should have been included in this supplement:

• Cayenne Pepper
• Glucomannan
• Green Coffee Bean Extract
• Black Pepper Extract
• Caffeine

These are five key ingredients that we really want to see in any serious fat burning supplement.

Cayenne Pepper is a potent metabolism booster and appetite suppressant, and we would have preferred to see it in Ripped Rooster ahead of 7-Keto.

As we mentioned above, it’s disappointing that Hum Nutrition have not added a standalone appetite suppressing ingredient in Ripped Rooster.

Glucomannan is our favorite appetite suppressant. It’s a dietary fiber extracted from the root of the Konjac plant and can help to keep you feeling fuller for longer because it swells in your stomach.

Ripped Rooster is technically a stimulant free fat burner, but the inclusion of a small amount of Caffeine would help to boost energy levels and keep you feeling on point even when you’re cutting back on the calories.

Are there any side effects?

The biggest problem with fat burner supplements these days is the over-use of stimulants such as Caffeine or Guarana.

Because Ripped Rooster doesn’t contain any specific stimulant ingredient, this isn’t going to be a problem.

So many of the fat burners we’ve reviewed overdo it on things such as Caffeine, and that’s only going to cause negative side effects such as the jitters or energy crashes later in the day.

We do always recommend that you do some of your own research into the ingredients before trying any supplement for the first time, no matter how safe it claims to be.

How to take Ripped Rooster

Each bottle of Ripped Rooster contains 60 vegetarian capsules. That’s the equivalent to a one-month supply.

The serving instructions are pretty straightforward: you take one capsule, twice a day, with food.

It’s a bit disappointing, because the best products tend to have multiple servings (three to four) per day, as that means that your body is constantly being supplied with the fuel it needs to burn more fat.

It’s good that this product uses capsules which are suitable for vegetarians, though.

What are customers saying?

Interestingly, and presumably because this is a fairly new product, we couldn’t find too many Ripped Rooster reviews online.

The main reviews we found were on the official website, but it’s no surprise to see that it has five stars on there really.

There was no Ripped Rooster Sephora listing online at the time of writing this article, which seems strange, as this retailed stocks most of Hum Nutrition’s other products.

Is this the best fat burner?

Not for us. Ripped Rooster has a simple formula with a few decent ingredients, but the fact that there are too many other proven fat burners missing from this supplement mean that we don’t rate it as one of the very best around at the moment.

Put simply, the ingredients formula is a bit on the weak side, and the servings could be more frequent.

Anything else to consider?

We’re repeating ourselves here, but you should never expect a fat burner to work miracles. You should always get your diet, exercise and rest regime on point before considering adding a fat burner to your daily ritual.

That being said, if you’re already training hard and eating right, then a quality fat burner can genuinely help to take your results to the next level.

Review conclusion – our final thoughts

So, that brings us to the end of our Ripped Rooster review.

Overall, we were a little disappointed by this product. Although the ingredients are not bad, the formula is on the thin side, with only three substances used.

It’s also a shame that this product doesn’t have more regular daily servings to help speed up fat loss.

It’s certainly not the worst fat burner we’ve come across, but there are definitely better options on the market right now.

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