This fact sheet provides information on PS1000 Metabolic Burst dietary supplement, including summaries of research on the safety and efficacy of several of the most commonly used ingredients in this product.

Diet and weight management has become more than just something one may consider for over 30 percent of America’s adult population, with forty-six of its states having an obesity rate over 25 percent. The term obesity refers to too much fat in the body and is determined by one’s body mass index (BMI), which compares your weight to your height. Having a BMI ranging between 25 to 29.9 means that you are overweight but not obese; however, over 30 means that one is obese.

There are many health conditions associated with being obese, including: high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, joint problems associated with excess weight, difficulty breathing, sleep apnea, and gallstones.

In an attempt to reduce their weight people have turned to various diets, exercise regimes, or by utilizing some form of weight-loss supplement. These may be either liquids, tablets, or powders, which are usually a combination of many ingredients with varying degrees of efficacy and functions. The use of weight-loss supplements has become commonplace and their use is more widespread for women than for men, at 20.6 percent use and 9.7 percent use respectively.

Weight-loss supplements are usually marketed highlighting various health claims: metabolism boost, appetite suppression, energy increase, body fat reduction, and immune system enhancement. The US Food and Drug Association (FDA) does not regulate weight-loss supplements in the same way they do drugs and foods; but while manufacturers are not required to get approval for marketing, they are expected to ensure that these products are safe and claims are not misleading.

Some weight-loss supplements are supported by clinical trials which show some level of success; some of the ingredients in these supplements do perform as they claim. PS 1000 Metabolic Burst is one such dietary supplement which contains ingredients such as African mango, Maca root and Rhodiola rosea—all of which have shown positive results.

PS 1000 Metabolic Burst is a liquid weight loss supplement which is part of a three-phase weight management system aimed at weight reduction, maintenance, and an overall lifestyle change. This weight loss supplement utilizes a 1000-calorie daily diet aided by supplementation promoting weight loss and continued maintenance.

The first phase lasts for ninety days and the daily calorie intake in this phase is1000, with the supplement being taken once daily. In the second phase, the calorie intake should increase to 1500 per day for the next twenty-one days and the supplement should not be taken. The final phase is a lifestyle change of maintenance.

PS1000 Ingredient Analysis [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]

Table 1: Common Ingredients in PS 1000
Ingredient Proposed mechanism of action Efficacy Safety
Potassium Prevents hypokalemia, hypercalciuria, high blood pressure, stroke, may be used for dental, menopausal symptoms, colic, allergies, headache, acne, insomnia and stress. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

Some safety concerns associated with doses above recommendation.

Side effects: Upset stomach, diarrhea, vomiting, gas, weakness, dizziness and low blood pressure

Vitamin E Antioxidant, immune function, involved in cell signaling, regulation of gene expression, helps to prevent coronary heart disease, helps prevent attack, cancer prevention and treatment of eye disorders. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

No safety concerns.

Side effects: Hemorrhage

Niacin Treatment of high cholesterol, osteoarthritis, atherosclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, type 1 and 2 diabetes and prevention and treatment of cataract. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

Side effects: Peptic ulcer, skin rash, may cause gallbladder disease to worsen and may cause allergic reactions.
Vitamin B6 Immune function, involved in gluconeogenesis, hemoglobin formation, helps to treat cancer, premenstrual syndrome and nausea. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

No safety concerns.

Side effects: Photosensitivity, nausea and heartburn.

Vitamin B12 Used for proper red blood cell formation, neurological function, DNA synthesis, fat and protein metabolism, treatment of cardiovascular disease and enhance energy. Small number of studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results on weight loss correlation.

No adverse side effects.
Zinc For the treatment of diarrhea, Wilson’s disease, acne, age-related vision loss, anemia, anorexia, helps in healing of burns, treatment of dandruff, helps heal foot ulcers, improve diaper rash, prevents plaque and gingivitis, reduces bad breathe, treats oral and genital herpes, ulcers in the mouth and prostate swelling and warts. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

Some safety concerns

Side effects: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, metallic taste, burning, itching and stinging of the skin, stomach pain and fatigue.

Glycine Treating stroke, memory enhancement, liver protection and cancer prevention. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

Side effects: Nausea, vomiting, upset stomach and drowsiness.
L-Arginine Treatment of angina, erectile dysfunction, high blood pressure, leg pain with poor blood flow, improving recovery after surgery and preeclampsia. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

Side effects:

May cause serious allergic reaction.

L-Ornithine For treatment of brain complications, athletic performance and healing wounds. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: No effect on body weight.

Side effects: Gastric upset, restlessness, insomnia and skin irritation.
Serine Increases muscle mass, helps produce chemicals in the nervous system, helps fight infections and helps in hemoglobin production. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

No safety concerns.

Side effects: Allergic reactions.

Tyrosine Improves mental performance, alertness, and memory and weight loss. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

Side effects: Nausea, headache, fatigue, heartburn and joint pain.
Glutamic Acid Helps in the metabolism of fats and sugars, detoxification, treatment of hypoglycemia and good heart health. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

No adverse safety concerns.

Side effects: Headache and neurological complications.

Maca Root For treatment of sexual dysfunction, male infertility, anemia and depression. Small number of studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

No adverse safety concerns.

Side effects: Upset stomach, allergy, skin problems and headache.

Beta-Alanine Increase exercise capacity, muscle mass, anti-aging properties and immune enhancing properties. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

No adverse safety concerns.

Side effects: Flushing and tingling.

Rhodiola rosea Improves athletic performance, depression, fatigue and anxiety. Several studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

Side effects: Agitation, nausea, restlessness and insomnia.
African Mango Used for the treatment of diabetes, obesity, lowers cholesterol and gastrointestinal health. Several number of studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

Side effects: Headache, dry mouth, sleep disturbance and gastrointestinal complaints.
Soluble Fiber Normalizes bowel movement, lowers cholesterol, helps control blood sugar level and aids achieving healthy weight. Several number of studies conducted.

Research findings: Indicates some positive results in weight loss correlation.

Side effects: Intestinal flatulence, bloating, diarrhea, and cramping.

 

Efficacy and Safety of Each Weight Loss Component

Tyrosine

Tyrosine is an amino acid which is use to synthesize the chemicals responsible for pleasurable effects; these are dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine, as well as other very important chemicals involved in key roles and functions in the body. Tyrosine is beneficial in reducing stress and enhancing alertness and focus.

Efficacy

Numerous studies have confirmed the benefits of increasing cognitive function, preventing or treating depression, improving mood, increasing sex drive, reducing stored fat, and suppressing one’s appetite.

Safety

Tyrosine is safe when taken at the recommended dosage; however if doses exceed 2000 mg then side effects such as nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, or nervousness may occur.

Glutamic Acid

Glutamic acid is an essential amino acid used for the synthesis of proteins. It has many roles and functionality in regulating ions, supporting good digestive health and immune system health, as well as energy production.

Efficacy

Several studies have shown that Glutamic acid has proven effective in helping to treat bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety. It also improves brain function, detoxifies the body, improves heart and prostate health, as well as provides energy during strenuous exercise or body building ,due to the ease with which it is absorbed by the body.

Safety

Generally safe at the recommended dosage of between 500-2000mg each day; however, people with neurological disorders, or with liver or kidney disease should be guided by a physician. Side effects are usually mild and include headache and fatigue.

Maca Root

Maca root, a relative to the radish family, is also known as Lepidium meyemii, grows in Peru, and is cultivated as a vegetable. Maca root is used to enhance energy, stamina, and athletic performance; to treat menstrual problems; to arouse sexual desire; and to boost the immune system.

Efficacy

One study conducted confirms the effectiveness of maca root; it has a positive effect on improving the sex drive of males and overall wellness for both male and females.

Safety

Maca root is well-tolerated at the recommended dosage; however, there are some mild side effects associated with it. Side effects may include allergic reaction, upset stomach, skin problems, and headache.

Beta-Alanine

Beta-Alanine is an amino acid which is used for enhancing athletic performance, building muscle mass and improve physical function. This is achieved by its ability to determine how much energy is utilized.

Efficacy

Studies confirm the ability of beta-alanine to enhance athletic performance and, with the aid of exercise, results in weight loss, with the added benefit of gaining muscle mass.

Safety

When taken at the correct dosage, beta-alanine is safe; however, at higher doses flushing and tingling may occur.

Rhodiola rosea

Rhodiola, also referred to as arctic root, is native to Europe, Asia and Alaska. It’s used for increasing energy, improving athletic performance, improving sex drive, and for the treatment of depression and heart-related issues.

Efficacy

Studies indicate that Rhodiola can reduce stress, fatigue, depression, and improve cognitive function and overall well-being. In addition, there is some evidence which suggests that Rhodiola has some effect on suppressing one’s appetite as it relates stress-related binge eating.

Safety

Relatively safe when taken for up to 10 weeks; however, may have mild-to-moderate side effects which include dizziness and dry mouth.

African Mango

African mango (Irvingia gabonensis) has the ability to lower blood sugar levels, have an effect on leptin sensitivity, boosts one’s energy, and thereby results in an overall cumulative effect of weight loss.

Efficacy

Several clinical trials on African mango indicate a reduction in weight and waist circumference along with other health benefits, such as reduction of blood glucose, cholesterol, adiponectin and leptin levels. Participants took 150 mg African mango extract twice daily, resulting in weight loss of 8-10 pounds with little or no change in one’s lifestyle.

Safety

African mango is safe at the recommended dosage with the most common side effects being gastrointestinal discomfort, headache, dry mouth, and sleep disturbance. It is, however, not recommended for individuals already on medication for cholesterol and diabetes, due to its propensity to enhance these drugs.

Soluble Fiber

Soluble fiber cannot be absorbed by the body; it is a type of fiber that dissolves in water ,forming a gel-like material. Soluble fiber is found in oats, peas, beans, and fruits. It may help to reduce cholesterol, lower glucose levels, and maintain a healthy body weight.

Efficacy

Studies confirm that soluble fiber has positive effects on heart health, lowering cholesterol, protection against stroke and diabetes, lowering blood pressure, and encourages a healthy body weight.

Safety

Recommended safe with relatively mild side effects, which generally include gastrointestinal discomfort such as gas and diarrhea.

Final Thoughts

PS 1000 Metabolic Burst utilizes a full dietary plan which fosters a lifestyle change that is not simply aimed at losing weight but instead is a means of achieving a more holistic lifestyle. PS 1000 covers four of the key areas of weight loss:

  • Fat Burning
  • Appetite Suppressant
  • Metabolism Booster
  • Diet Plan

The area of carbohydrate blocking is addressed by the reduction in calorie intake. Although there have been no clinical trials conducted on the product PS 1000 itself, it should be noted all the ingredients it contains have undergone some level of trials with a relative good degree of success, especially for those ingredients with weight loss benefits. Even with its potential benefits, as with all dietary supplements it is recommended that a health care professional is consulted prior to starting any weight-loss regime.

References

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  2. http://www.webmd.com/diet/obesity/what-obesity-is.
  3. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/WeightLoss-HealthProfessional/.
  4. https://consumerscompare.org/pure-slim-1000-review/.
  5. http://healthycompare.com/diet-pills/pure-slim-1000/.
  6. http://www.nootropicsinfo.com/metabolism-support/african-mango/.
  7. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-555-maca.aspx?activeingredientid=555.
  8. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-1222-beta-alanine.aspx?activeingredientid=1222.
  9. https://nootriment.com/tyrosine/.
  10. http://www.planetayurveda.com/library/glutamic-acid.
  11. http://aminoacidstudies.org/glutamic-acid/.
  12. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-883-rhodiola.aspx?activeingredientid=883.
  13. http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/in-depth/fiber/art-20043983.
  14. https://examine.com/supplements/rhodiola-rosea/.
  15. http://www.webmd.com/diet/features/fiber-heart#2.

4 COMMENTS

  1. My weight loss goal has been 60 pounds and today my scale is reporting 45 loss. This is 2 month progress. I do exercise so I am doing an active plan which has been great for me. I did cheat a few times but did what was suggested and the cheat days did not seem to effect my weightloss. Hoping it will continue to go smoothly and I will reach my ultimate goal within the next month or so. God Bless.

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