Nature Sport Fat Burner – All-Natural Organic Weight Loss

Nature Sport Fat Burner

Nature Sport is coming out with an all natural fat burner, but we’re not sure what’s in it yet

Yesterday, we leaked word about a new brand named Nature Sport, which is a spin-off from industry powerhouse MusclePharm. The difference is that it will be an all-natural, organic supplement brand.

For the time being, we know of three potential products in the works:

Right now, we only know a bit about the protein powder, so you can sign up for product release notifications and price drop alerts below:

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What’s in the Nature Sport Fat Burner ingredients?

As of right now, we have no clue what’s in it. This space is reserved for future information.

Nearly all fat burners sold on the market are “natural” in that they can be found in nature. However, we’re hoping that there are no synthetically-produced ingredients here. For instance, the caffeine should come from coffee beans, yerba mate, or some other caffeine-containing plant.

Possible ingredients

Beyond caffeine, other potential ingredients are:

  • Yohimbe
  • Synephrine or Octopamine (from bitter orange)
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Capsaicin (Cayenne Pepper Extract)
  • Higenamine (from Nelumbo Nucifera seeds)
  • Chlorogenic Acid (from green coffee beans)
  • Acacia Rigidula (very unlikely)

Ingredients we hope aren’t used

There are two problems that we foresee here. The first is that there are several ineffective ingredients that may be used, because the Whole Foods customer base is also partially the same customer base that watches daytime television (such as Dr. Oz), known to promote some extremely ineffective products.

Some ingredients are raspberry ketones, acai berry, African mango, CLA, and garcinia cambogia.

You can read more about all of the most scammy ingredients in our best fat burners buyer’s guide.

We’re okay if these are pixie-dusted in the product for marketing / recognition support, so long as there are effective ingredients on top of them in the label. But honestly, most of these ingredients are useless when it comes to weight loss / fat burn, and your money is better spent elsewhere.

Do I really need an organic fat burner?

The second problem that we foresee with this product line is the cost. Time will tell, and we’ll use our price comparisons to keep them as low as possible, but we see very little point in using organic plants to extract fat burner ingredients.

As discussed in our main Nature Sport write-up, supplements are typically extracted for specific compounds. Take caffeine for instance (assuming that’s going to be part of this formula).

It honestly doesn’t matter where the caffeine comes from. There’s no difference in an organic molecule, a synthetic molecule, or a non-organic extract.

C8H10N4O2 is C8H10N4O2.

So what you’re basically paying for is more expensive cultivation and processing, with very little real upside. For that reason, we really don’t see any organic fat burner entering our list of best fat burners anytime soon, since cost has to be taken into consideration.

We’ll see where the prices and ingredients end up on this one, but we’re not so sure an organic fat burner is really needed.

But it will likely sell like crazy, and to MSLP shareholders, that’s music to their ears. We just try to look out for the consumer, so stay tuned and we’ll update you when we know more!

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