In this review, we will examine the ingredients Cellucor use in Super HD, what customers are saying about the product and whether there are better supplements available to help you hit your goals this year.
So, let’s get cracking and begin our Super HD Cellucor review as we look to get to the bottom of this supplement and see if it lives up to the marketing hype.
Super HD is a food supplement designed to support you as you look to hit your body goals.
Cellucor have used ingredients in Super HD that can help to support certain things as you look to hit your goals.
We raised our eyebrows at that description as it sounds a little off-putting. Cellucor have a very long list of ingredients on the label which was also daunting.
We were reassured to see that Super HD describes itself as a “feel good” product that will help you to look and feel your best.
As always, it’s important to remember that these type of supplements don’t provide an instant solution and should be taken as part of a balanced and healthy diet.
Of course, there is no shortcut to success. Super HD can help to support your goals, but you will have to commit to a regular workout regime to get the most out of Cellucor’s product.
So, let’s now take a closer look at the ingredients in Super HD.
Super HD uses a “multidimensional” formula which includes two proprietary blends.
• Slimpro – Cellucor use ‘Slimpro’ in their Blend as an ingredient. On Cellucor’s website, it says that Slimpro could have certain benefits. We’ve not come across it in too many supplements before though.
• Green Tea – This is a common ingredient that we like to see in supplements in this category. You probably already know all about it as a popular hot drink. But it also makes a great supplement ingredient.
• Amla Fruit Extract – Super HD uses Amla Fruit Extract in its Sensory Impact blend. We have not come across this ingredient too often. It is claimed to help with certain things, but we are not so convinced about it.
• Toothed Clubmoss – We haven’t seen Toothed Clubmoss used as an ingredient in many similar supplements so its inclusion stood out as part of Super HD’s Sensory Impact Blend. We are not totally convinced about its potential benefits.
Other ingredients – We have named four key ingredients in Super HD, however, there are plenty more ingredients shown on the label.
These include Caffeine, Niacin, Vitamin B6 and B12, Protein Hydrolsates, Dandelion root extract, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine, Yohimbe bark extract, Cayenne fruit extract and root bark extract.
In our opinion, Cellucor would do well to explain more clearly list what ingredients are included in Super HD to help bring even more transparency to their supplements. We’re not fans of proprietary blends.
There are a lot of ingredients in Super HD, but there are still some ingredients missing that we like to see in good supplements in this category.
Celluclor didn’t use Glucomannan in Super HD. We are big fans of Glucomannan, because it’s a dietary fiber which comes from the root of the Konjac plant.
Black Pepper Extract is also a common supplement ingredient that didn’t make the cut. It was a shame not to find it in the formula.
Other key things we feel are missing are things like Zinc and Chromium, which our favourite supplements usually contain.
Chromium contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism.
You should always read the instructions before taking any supplements to make sure that you aren’t allergic to any of the ingredients in the capsules.
That being said, these kinds of supplements are usually pretty safe.
Given this product contains 160mg of Caffeine Anhydrous, it’s probably a good idea not to take it less than six hours before your bedtime.
Some customers have also complained of headaches and feeling nauseous after taking Super HD.
We do recommend speaking to your doctor before thinking about taking any new supplement for the first time.
Each container of Super HD contains 60 capsules. That means that if you take the maximum recommended dose of two capsules a day, one bottle would only last you 30 days.
Cellucor suggest that customers who have built up a tolerance to Super HD can take an additional capsule in their first serving of the day.
On the label, it says that you should take one serving (one capsule) with 8-12 oz of water in the morning, and five to seven hours later, take one serving with another 8-12 oz of water.
One customer said that taking her first pill made her feel nauseous and jittery.
However, one customer said Super HD capsules were easy to swallow, there was no nasty aftertaste and it gave them a good amount of energy throughout throughout their workout.
While Super HD recommends taking two servings a day, one user revealed that understanding what works for you is key to success with this product. They found that taking one capsule a day was sufficient even though the bottle recommends increasing the dosage after a few weeks.
In our opinion, Super HD is not the best supplement available in this category right now. While Cellucor have used an interesting multiformula blend, we feel there are other better products that use a more effective combination of ingredients.
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Like we said earlier in this review, there’s no shortcut to success when it comes to getting into shape.
You should stick to a dedicated training regime and eat a balanced and healthy diet before considering a product such as Super HD.
However, if you’re working out hard in the gym and have sorted out your nutritional plan, a supplement can help to support you as you look to hit your fitness goals.
So, is Super HD by Cellucor a good supplement that you should consider taking? Here are our general thoughts in a nutshell:
• Reasonably priced
• Some good ingredients
• Missing some of our favorite ingredients
• Some reviewers complained of nausea
• Uses proprietary blends
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So that’s our review of Super HD by Cellucor. While we liked that Super HD used a multi-formula blend to set itself apart from its rivals, it failed to deliver in some key areas which holds the product back.
Overall, we believe there are some superior similar supplements in the market at the moment.
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