BPI B4 Yohimbe Free Review
BPI Sports achieved moderate success with their diet pill B4, but many dieters kept away from the weight loss supplement because of 1 ingredient: yohimbe.
Yohimbe is considered a moderately dangerous herbal extract in the weight loss world. In fact, you don’t see it in many diet pills for this very reason.
For their new B4 revision, BPI has removed yohimbe from the ingredient lineup. However, because B4 Yohimbe Free hasn’t been released yet, we don’t know much about the product other than that.
We can, however, make a few preliminary judgments about BPI B4 Yohimbe Free. In this review, I’ll consider BPI’s company reputation, the original B4 formula, and why BPI chose to remove yohimbe from their latest product.
Is BPI a Good Company?
Before we can analyze their product, we should consider BPI themselves.
BPI Sports is a supplement company based in Hollywood, Florida. According to their website, BPI has been in business since 2009 and sells products in more than 20,000 stores.
This seems like an impressive company, but further investigation reveals there’s more to BPI than meets the eye.
BPI holds a C rating with the Better Business Bureau. The rating was lowered when BPI refused to provide in-depth company information or respond to customer complaints. This lackadaisical approach to business is echoed on their website. There are frequent typos in product descriptions and on other pages.
The BPI products themselves usually aren’t impressive either. Most products contain proprietary blends and receive just moderate praise.
This isn’t enough reason to blacklist BPI, of course. They’re an average company that produces average products. As long as you know what you’re getting into, you should be fine.
What Was the Original B4 Like?
Assuming B4 Yohimbe Free will be based on the original B4, it makes sense to consider the B4 formula.
B4 contained 7 ingredients, one of which was yohimbe. The remaining ingredients included:
Caffeine is among the most common diet pill ingredients. As a moderate stimulant, caffeine triggers greater action in the central nervous system. This boosts metabolism and increase caloric expenditure.
Red Wine Concentrate
Red wine contains the antioxidant resveratrol, which prevents obesity-related health complications like heart disease and high cholesterol. Antioxidants like resveratrol also fight free radicals and toxins that are released when fat is broken down.
Starting with dendrobium, the B4 ingredients get less common. Dendrobium is an orchid extract considered a good replacement for DMAA, the geranium-based extract that is banned by the FDA. Dendrobium boosts mood and energy by increasing phylethylamine (PEA) levels in the brain. However, some scientists are concerned that dendrobium may also cause seizures.
More commonly known as sword bean, canavalia is a legume extract. Although it is high in antioxidants, there’s no evidence to suggest canavalia is able to support weight loss.
Psorlea corylifolia, or babchi, is an herbal extract said to reduce cholesterol levels. While proponents say babchi triggers weight loss by increasing metabolism, babchi has never been tested for these properties.
This leaf extract contains the compound quercetin. Quercetin is a plant pigment that treats heard and blood vessel disorders. Some evidence suggests quercetin also treats diabetes. As these are complications many overweight and obese people struggle with, quercetin is a good addition to any diet pill.
Without yohimbe, the weight loss potential of B4 is compromised. Hopefully BPI will replace yohimbe with a less aggressive fat burner in B4 Yohimbe Free.
Why Take Out Yohimbe?
If yohimbe holds most of the weight loss power in B4, why take it out?
While some people can handle yohimbe, it causes severe side effects for most. Yohimbe is considered “possibly unsafe” by WebMD and may cause:
• Irregular or rapid heartbeat
• Kidney failure
• Heart attack
Knowing these side effects, you can see why BPI wanted to restructure their B4 formula.
When Will B4 Yohimbe Free Be Released?
BPI hasn’t said anything about the upcoming B4 Yohimbe Free release. It’s not mentioned on their website. In fact, the only place that mentions B4 Yohimbe Free is HealthSuperStore.com. This website lists B4 Yohimbe Free as an “upcoming product.”
If you’re interested in B4 Yohimbe Free, check back periodically at HealthSuperStore.com or BPISports.net.
Is It Worth Waiting for B4 Yohimbe Free?
Because we don’t know too much about B4 Yohimbe Free yet, it’s impossible to make a judgment call. However, based on the old B4 formula and BPI’s company reputation, I wouldn’t stake all your weight loss hopes on this product.