Warrior Princess Blaze Review

By | September 7, 2017

Getting sexy, shredded and stronger is something that can take serious time. But with a good fat burner, women (and men) can really cut down the time it takes to eradicate unwanted fat.

Fat burners are everywhere in the fitness industry, promising the world to get you to your goals. But only some work.

There’s a very specific science to fat burning. One that can be very effective. But you need to be sure what you are choosing is right.

Warrior Princess Blaze is a good looking female fat burner. The female alternative to Warrior Blaze this product promises a full thermogenic effect. Getting your fat cut down in no time.

But will it work for you and where will it sit among our proven top 3?

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Warrior Princess Blaze Core Ingredients

Fat Burning Ingredients Index

Ingredients wise Blaze is an ok fat burner blend. It’s got some proven and key herbs and vitamins in here to allow your body to churn through stored fat as energy.

You will experience some increases in metabolism and slight appetite suppression.

The problem though, is that there are some ingredients in here that can cause side effects when mixed with stimulants. Namely bitter orange.

It’s interesting to see Warrior Princess Blaze include 5-HTP, as this amino acid generally needs to be supplemented for long periods and at higher doses.

Warrior Princess Blaze also uses a proprietary blend, so you can’t see the individual amounts that you are taking. This could be very problematic.

Warrior_Princess_Blaze Ingredients

Caffeine

Caffeine is a staple supplement to modern day life. It is a highly effective stimulant in how it boosts the metabolism, mobilises fat to be used as energy and suppresses appetite.
As well as this it can boost the effects of other metabolism boosting products, such as green tea or bitter orange.
It has long been used by athletes, and non-athletes alike, in order to increase alertness, endurance and longevity.
This is essential for a fat burner. You need around 250mg-300mg dosed evenly through the day for best results.

Synephrine

Also known as bitter orange or Citrus Aurantium.
Synephrine is the compound found within the unripe fruit of Citrus Aurantium. It has been shown to have the same effects as ephedra or ephedrine, without being able to be converted to methamphetamines.
It is shown to increase metabolic rate, fat break down, thermogenesis and also shown to decrease a person’s appetite.
Due to the similarities however, it can also cause similar side effects. Especially when combined with other stimulants.

L-Tyrosine

L- Tyrosine is important for neuromuscular function. It has been shown to effect mood, satiety, stress response, mental function, and even sex drive.
It is a non-essential amino acid which is synthesised within the body from the amino acid phenylalanine.
It also has a major role in producing melanin in the body and this is imperative for defending the body against ultraviolet light.
As another amino acid, L-Tyrosine benefits from higher doses. (500mg+)

L-Carnitine

L- Carnitine is great for heart health. In particular blood vessel health and heart rhythm. It has also been shown to help those with a high cholesterol and triglyceride count.
On an athletic level, L-Carnitine can both optimise performance and increase fat burning. It carries fat directly to the mitochondria where energy is produced.
Generally L-Carnitine is better at higher doses in supplements, so is often under dosed in fat burners.

5HTP

5-htp is the chemical precursor to serotonin. It’s thought that over time supplementing 5-htp can lead to the release of growth hormone, increases in mood and potentially the suppression of your appetite. Early research is looking promising at doses of 900mg.

Green Tea

Green Tea is very popular amongst health and fitness enthusiasts in recent times. Especially as it has been found that when combined with caffeine, it can boost your metabolism far beyond what caffeine can do alone.
Studies have shown that it can increase your metabolism to the point of burning an extra 200 calories a day without added exercise. 500mg of Green tea is perfect in a fat burner.


Warrior Princess Blaze Dose

One capsule twice a day gets you the 557mg dose of Warrior Princess Blaze’s proprietary blend.

The issue here is that with the blend containing stimulants and other ingredients that could potentially interact with stimulants, you could be setting yourself up for failure.

Each ingredient in Warrior Princess Blaze needs a certain dose size to work properly, and 557mg doesn’t leave much room for anything.

L-Carnitine as an example needs to be supplemented at around 500mg for good results, which leaves 57mg for everything else.

Alarm bells are ringing.

Warrior Princess Blaze Side Effects

If this fat burner uses a high dose bitter orange and caffeine, it could result in unwanted side effects.

Commonly, this negative interaction is reported as: Headaches, nausea and sickness.

If you’ve already purchased this supplement we’d recommend testing your tolerance with an individual capsule. Just so you know you are safe to supplement it.

Warrior Princess Blaze Review Conclusion

This is a fairly standard female fat burner. Compared to products in our top 3 (which work for females also) it’s just not worth it.

The proprietary blend puts you at a big risk of side effects and at more risk of the product not working at all.

Bitter orange should be avoided if you are serious about cutting away fat and keeping it off too.

You’ll get far better results from taking a look at our top 3, which are fat burners suitable for both men and women.#

Disappointing show from Warrior Princess Blaze.

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