Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack Review
Designed for The Special Forces, But Does Battle Ready Fuel Nootropic Stack Really Give You That Unmistakable ‘Edge’ ?
Battle Ready Fuel are a supplement manufacturer with a rather unique clam to fame.
They tell us that their range of natural supplements was developed to help the UK’s SAS and other countries special forces perform above and beyond their ability.
One of their key products is a brain boosting supplement, more popularly know as a nootropic.
Aptly called Battle Ready Fuel Nootropic Stack, it promises to help:
- Improve overall cognitive functions, and memory
- Increase creativity and the ability to multi task
- Enhance concentration and focus
- Boost communication skills
- Elevate moods and reduce stress
- Maximise mental energy and clarity of thinking.
Dating back from the early 1960’s, nootropics have made great advances in recent years, and nowadays they are used by people from all walks of life, students, doctors, workplace professionals, the emergency services and the military.
With an amazing list of benefits, a good nootropic supplement can really help you in your every day activities, especially when working under stressful conditions.
“And you cannot get more stressful than being in the SAS.”
That said, We need to see whats under the hood, that is the only real way of knowing just how good (or not) this or in fact any supplement could be
The Formula In Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack
The makers website states that they use 11 natural nootropic ingredients, many with claimed brain boosting benefits, but the official ingredient label (below) only lists 9, so its all a bit confusing really.
Each serving contains:
- Bacopa Monnieri 250mg
- L-Tyrosine 250mg
- Cats Claw (Uncaria Tomentosa) 175mg
- Oat Straw 150mg
- L-Theanine 1oomg
- Alpha GPC (from soy) 50mg
- Huperzine A 20mg
- Resveratrol 14.3 mg
- Pterostilbene 140mcg
The 9 ingredients In Depth:
Bacopa Monnieri – helps to reduce stress and boost your mental edge.
L-Tyrosine – Ensures clearer thinking especially under pressure.
Cats Claw – A plant based extract with some recognised health benefits, mainly used to help treat arthritis, it is also thought to help boost digestive problems, herpes, some STD’s and possibly brain function.
L-Theanine – Boosts alertness, helps to generate good restful sleep, leaving you feeling refreshed and ready for the day.
Alpha GPC – Boosts cognitive function , increasing levels of essential acetylcholine in the brain.
Huperzine A – Blocks the unwanted acetylcholinesterase effects in the brain that reduces memory and learning ability, this helps by boosting levels of dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine, 3 crucial neurotransmitters necessary for maximum brain function.
Oat Straw – Reduces anxiety, helps to improve mental energy and learning.
Resveratrol – A proven antioxidant, that helps reduce and repair cellular damage caused by toxins in the environment. This alps the brain cells to function with ease and to their maximum ability.
Pterostilbene – Another proven antioxidant similar in action to Resveratrol, thought to boost both brain health and memory.
How To Take Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack
The suggested daily serving is two capsules, the makers suggest taking them with breakfast.
You can increase the dose to 4 per day if required.
Always take capsules with a large glass of water, this helps to speed absorption.
This is a new product and as such, so far I have been unable to find any independent users testimonials. I will add details of any feedback as and when any emerge.
Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack Side Effects
With no actual testimonials available yet, it’s not known if Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack will cause any side effects in its users.
While on the subject however, I would like to just raise a couple of points, there are some possible side effects linked to some of the ingredients in this product.
I am not saying that these are going to be a problem, just that there is a possibility of these occuring.
Cats Claw is generally deemed safe for people to take, but there have been cases of headaches, dizziness and vomiting in some users
Huperzine A has been linked to some quite unpleasant side effects, especially when taken for periods that exceed 3 months.
These can include: Nausea, diarrhoea, sweating, vision problems, slurred speech, muscle twitching, high blood pressure and slowed heart rate.
Where To Buy Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack
You can buy Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack direct from the makers at battlereadyfuel.com
A bottle contains a months supply ( at 2 caps per day) will cost you $44.99.
You can save money by ordering more, or perhaps mixing it with other products from their range
Any Cash Back Guarantee?
Yes the makers do offer a full 60 day cash back guarantee.
The terms are quite straight forward, use Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack for 60 days as directed.
If you are unhappy with the results, simply return any unused product with all empty bottles and you will get your full purchase price back (less any shipping costs if applicable)
My Thoughts On Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack
There is no doubting that Battle Ready Fuel Nootropics Stack looks the part, and the claimed fact that their supplements are used and recommended by members of the SAS and other special forces could persuade you to buy them.
However, I have spent several years studying nootropics, and reading hundreds of studies on the various ingredients.
“For me, this product falls short of what you would expect from a nootropic.”
I am rather concerned about the inclusion of Huperzine A in the formula.
Many good nootropic companies have actually removed it from their formulas over the past year for the reasons above.
The fact that Battle Ready Fuel have put it into their formula tells me that they have not done their research properly and are either unaware of the potential for side effects, or they simply don’t care.
You need to cycle products containing Huperzine A (rather like a body builder cycles anabolic steroids) to minimise the risks.
This, in the case of nootropics that really need to be taken regularly to maintain the effects, kind of spoils the point of taking it.
(I would suggest that you take this product for 8 weeks at the most and then take at least 4 weeks off to get the ingredient out of your system)
Cats Claw has not had any real solid testing on humans, companies relying solely on animal trials involving rats and other rodents.
The same can be said about Alpha GPC.
I would personally recommend that you look for a product that is safe to be taken in the long term.
Choose one with solid and scientific human testing behind its formula and with no potential for any adverse side effects.