Consistency: 4/10 On the occasions I have used this, it tends to clump at the bottom and require constant swirling.
Taste: 7/10 I was expecting a better taste. It reminds me a bit of 2shredded by Beast, which was ok at first but I got hella sick of it. I was expecting something very sweet and decadent much like C4.
Formula: 7/10 The stand outs here are the mental focus type ingredients: Amla fruit, huprzine A and tyrosine. At 160mg caffeine it feels quite similar to a scoop of C4. My main interest and reason why I bought the product was this formula: the iFAS50.
We are missing yohimbine and coq10 from the ingredients. Feel-wise yohimbine is dark and dirty but there are claims that it helps with fat burning so in this regard we may be getting a bit shafted (as per every other product which has to be reformulated for NZ)
Overall: 7/10 Most of what I'm seeing in here is familiar territory for fat burners in NZ, however it's the new and innovative ingredients I'm always on a lookout for which is why I picked up on the iFAS503. I was more intrigued by the mental clarity / focus that the product boasts, but I didn't really feel much of it to be fair. I've not double scooped it yet, but I don't think that if I did that it should impact this review because at a max 4 scoops a day you are exceeding recommended dosage (ok lets be honest Im guilty as for this) but also the tub becomes HELLA expensive.
Also worth mentioning is that the price per tub is $49 for 30 serves which seems ok, but at 2 scoops a day a tub won't last too long.
Weightloss wise it's early days, but I don't feel any appetite suppression. If By the end of the next 2 weeks I've lost any stubborn fat I'll update. For now, I'm thinking might be best sticking with ANS Performance Diablo.
The dandelion extract acts as a diuretic so at the very least you might lose some water weight?