We’re always on the lookout for the latest supplements to hit the market, so we naturally wanted to find out a bit more about the Royal 21 Queen product.
The workout supplement market has exploded in recent years, but there still seems to be a tendency for most products to be marketed at and designed for men.
That’s not to say that there aren’t a lot of quality female fat metaboliser supplements on the market, it’s just that male products are still more dominant in this industry.
The purpose of this Royal 21 Queen review is for us to take a close look at this supplement for women to see whether it can compete with the leading products on the market right now in this category.
We’re going to focus on all of the important things that you need to know about this supplement so that you can decide if it’s a product you want to try, or if your money would be better spent elsewhere.
The review will drill down into the ingredients formula, the doses and the customer reviews as we look to see where this product really stands.
So let’s get going and kick off our Royal 21 Queen review with a bit more background about this product.
As we’ve clearly already deduced, Royal 21 Queen is a female focused supplement that’s been designed to help support you on your journey.
In case you weren’t already aware, fat metaboliser are supplements which usually contain a range of natural ingredients designed to help give you a boost and support your goals when combined with the right diet and exercises.
1st Phorm are one of the bigger names in the supplements industry, and they have a male equivalent of Royal 21 Queen called Royal 21 King.
According to the marketing material on the official website, Royal 21 Queen will work in a number of ways to support you.
This all sounds pretty good to us, although we must say that it’s a little bit strange that 1st Phorm have not mentioned anything about additional potential effects.
According to the official website, Royal 21 Queen has been “specifically formulated” with women in mind.
This is great to hear, because as we’ve already mentioned, most of the fat metaboliser supplements on sale these days tend to be aimed at men.
Royal XXI Queen claims to be the newest generation of products for women, and says that it will be “like nothing you have ever tried” before.
This all sounds pretty good to us, but we’ve got to say that we’ve really heard it all before when it comes to the marketing hype surrounding supplements.
The real proof as to whether a supplement can be found in the ingredients formula, customer reviews and doses.
So let’s now start the next part of our review by looking at the actual ingredients formula in a bit more detail.
Let’s begin this part by taking a look at the actual ingredients formula of Royal 21 Queen.
Firstly, we’ve got to admit our disappointment at the fact that 1st Phorm have chosen to use a proprietary blend with this supplement.
That means that we’re not told the doses of the individual ingredients used, and instead we’re only given the names of the ingredients without the total doses.
This is far from ideal because it makes it incredibly difficult to judge the effectiveness of the product.
There really is no excuse for a manufacturer not to be completely transparent with their customers these days, and so we were really disappointed that Royal 21 Queen uses a proprietary blend.
Anyway, let’s now take a look through the Royal 21 Queen ingredients formula.
• N-Acetyl-Tyrosine – This is not the most common ingredient. As the name suggests, this is an acetylated derivative of the amino acid L-Tyrosine. It is claimed to have some benefits, but most of them are not backed up by actual evidence.
• Sulbutiamine – Again, this is not an ingredient we’ve come across often in supplements like this before. It’s a synthetic derivative of thiamine, which is another name for Vitamin B1. B Vitamins are always useful, as they help to support a number of the body’s natural processes. However, we generally prefer to see B6 and B12 used in these kinds of products.
• Bacopa Monnieri – This is an ingredient we’re more used to seeing in nootropic supplements. It’s one of the main ingredients used in Mind Lab Pro. We’re not too sure what it’s doing in this particular supplement, however.
• Dimethylethanolamine – This is an ingredient that’s actually common in a number of testosterone support supplements. It’s a nutrient that’s found in green leafy vegetables, and it’s been included in Royal 21 Queen because it is claimed to help with certain things.
• Choline Bitartrate – Again, this isn’t one of the most common ingredients, but that doesn’t mean that it’s a bad inclusion. Choline is part of the B-Complex vitamin family and it could help to support normal lipid (fat) metabolism.
• CDP Choline – Also known as cytidine diphosphate-choline, this is another ingredient that we haven’t come across in too many supplements like this before. It’s claimed to help with certain things, but we can’t help but feel that something better could have been used in its place.
• Huperzine A – This is an alkaloid extracted from a plant called club moss. Again, it’s believed to have some benefits. But once again, there’s not a lot of evidence linking it to these effects. More research is needed before we can recommend it.
• L-Theanine – This is an amino acid which is found in tea leaves. It is commonly paired with Caffeine in the same supplement. That said, we’re more used to seeing it used in quality pre workout supplements than fat metabolisers.
• Caffeine Anhydrous – A good ingredient for any supplement like this. Caffeine is usually one of the first things we look for in products like this, so it was good to find it in the Royal 21 Queen formula. That said, it’s not ideal that we don’t know the dose because of the proprietary blend.
• Theacrine – This is another stimulant ingredient alongside Cafffeine. However, we’re not too sure about the need to included it in Royal 21 Queen along with Caffeine, as it may be overkill.
• Damiana – This is a plant extract from a shrub native to southern Texas in the United States, Central America, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean. We’ve not found it in any of the supplements that we’ve reviewed recently. It’s believed to have some benefits. But again, there’s not much evidence to back these claims up yet.
• Ashwagandha – This is a herb which is sometimes used in supplements. However, we’re not really convinced about its inclusion in the Royal 21 Queen formula if we’re being honest.
The Royal 21 Queen ingredients formula falls pretty short when it comes to using our favorite ingredients.
Here are the main ingredients we were disappointed not to find in this supplement:
• Green Tea Extract
• Cayenne Pepper
• Black Pepper Extract
Green Tea and Cayenne Pepper are two of the main things you should look for when picking out a supplement int his category. It was a shame we didn’t find either in this product.
Glucomannan is a dietary fiber which comes from the root of the Konjac plant. It is commonly included in the top supplements in this category.
And Black Pepper Extract is a good addition to any kind of supplement. You’ll usually find it in small doses in the top products in this category.
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The problem with supplements that use proprietary blends is that we don’t know how much of each ingredient is used, meaning that there could be problems.
For example, we don’t know how much caffeine is in each serving of Royal 21 Queen, and we all know that too much of the stimulant can cause side effects for some people.
We always recommend that you take a close look through the ingredients label and do some of your own research before using a new supplement for the very first time.
Each bottle of Royal 21 Queen contains 80 capsules.
The direction say that you should first assess tolerance by taking one capsule in the morning and one later in the day.
They go on to say that you can increase the dose to two capsules, twice daily, and five hours apart.
Generally speaking, we prefer it when supplements like this deliver their servings more than three times a day, as it means that your body is getting more of the ingredients throughout the day.
As Royal 21 Queen is not currently available on Amazon or at other outlets such as GNC or CVS, the only real reviews to go on are those on the official website.
The problem with this is that we can’t be sure whether the reviews on the official site have been moderated or not.
Needless to say, most of the reviews on the official 1st Phorm website are for four and five stars.
We did find one negative review on the site, where one user rated it one star and said that it made them feel sick.
Not really. Royal 21 Queen doesn’t contain enough of our favorite ingredients for us to take it seriously, and it’s also let down badly by the fact that it uses a proprietary blend.
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Remember that a supplement will not do the hard work for you.
You should always make sure that you’re training hard and eating right before considering adding a quality supplement to your daily regimen.
That said, a high quality supplement can help to support you on your journey – as long as it’s combined with the right diet and exercise choices.
So, here we are at the end of our Royal 21 Queen review.
Overall, we were really disappointed by this particular supplement because it uses a proprietary blend and has also skipped out so many of our favorite ingredients.
Simply put, there are some far better supplements for women on the market right now in our opinion.
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