Today we have this Inno Supps Night Shred review. Also known as Inno Supps Night Shred natural sleep support and PM burner.
This particular supplement is, as the name suggests, designed to help you sleep better and also burn more fat while you’re at it.
It uses several sleep-enhancing herbs and nutrients, as well as some compounds that the manufacturers claim will help you burn more fat for energy.
Sound too good to be true? It might be! Out of all the PM fat burners we’ve reviewed in the past, we’re yet to find one that works as well as its marketed. The issue with PM fat burners is the lack of doses – the best fat burners use 3-4 daily doses to maintain a consistent supply of the beneficial compounds to keep you in a steady fat-burning state.
Inno Supps Night Shred also uses proprietary blends which prevent us from seeing the ingredient doses. There are several ineffective ingredients in the supplement, as well as a lack of the more common fat-burning ingredients like green tea and cayenne seed extract.
This begs the question; how will Inno Supps Night Shred work for you?
Let’s take a closer look below.
What do we use?
How to Use Inno Supps Night Shred
The official instructions for Inno Supps Night Shred is to take 2 capsules 30 minutes before going to bed. You can take it with or without food.
Inno Supps Night Shred: The Ingredients
Here’s the ingredient label of Inno Supps Night Shred:
In case some of that isn’t fully clear, below we’ll look closer at each ingredient.
Inno Supps Night Shred contains the following ingredients:
- Night Time Recovery Complex (510mg), consisting of:
- GABA (unknown dose)
- Chamomile (unknown dose)
- Passionflower (unknown dose)
- Valerian (unknown dose)
- Natural Adaptogen Compound – Ashwagandha (200mg)
- PM Fat Burning Complex (76mg), consisting of:
- Grains of Paradise (unknown dose)
- CLA (unknown dose)
- L-Carnitine (unknown dose)
- Mood Enhancement Complex (35.5mg), consisting of:
- 5-HTP (unknown dose)
- L-Tryptophan (unknown dose)
- Melatonin (3mg)
As you can see right off the bat, many of the ingredients don’t have their dosages shown on the label. Instead, they’re mixed together in “proprietary blends,” which only show you their combined amount.
This is one of the red flags we look for in fat burners. When you see a proprietary blend, it means you’re unable to precisely tell how effective or safe the ingredients are – because you don’t know their doses.
Manufacturers often use propreitary blends as an excuse to skimp on ingredient doses and to maximize profits.
Luckily, not all is hidden on the Inno Supps Night Shred label; some of the ingredients do have their doses shown, and a few of them are really good at improving sleep and reducing stress.
See for yourself:
GABA is a natural chemical made in your brain. It works to relax nerves and reduce anxiety.
However, the issue with GABA is that our brain likes to use its own GABA rather than GABA from external sources – e.g. supplements. Due to its large molecural structure, GABA can’t cross your blood-brain barrier easily, which means it has low bioavailability and effectiveness as a supplement.
If the goal is to increase GABA, a better option would be to take natural herbs and nutrients such as L-Theanine which are shown to boost the levels of this calming chemical directly in the brain.
Chamomile tea has long been used as a relaxant. It helps the body and the mind unwind. But, according to current evidence, chamomile powder supplements aren’t as effective as the real thing – chamomile tea.
Passionflower is commonly used as folk medicine for anxiety and insomnia. While there’s little research to support its use, it doesn’t cause adverse side effects in most people.
Valerian is another commonly used ingredient in sleep supplements. Many people report that it helps them fall asleep. We don’t have much scientific evidence showing that valerian actually works for this purpose, but anecdotal reports are enough for us to say valerian is not a bad choice for a sleep supplement. The only issue here is that we don’t know its dosage, so we can’t tell if the dose is high enough to cause anything.
Ashwagandha is an Ayruvedic herbal medicine known to reduce cortisol and other stress parameters.
Commonly called “The Strength of the Horse” and “The Smell of the Horse,” Ashwagandha has gotten its nickname due to not only the distinctive smell of its roots but also because of its ability to increase a person’s strength, virility, and energy levels. While Ashwagandha definitely does have its place in certain supplements, it’s not the best choice for a sleep-focused fat burner due to the aforementioned effects.
Grains of Paradise
Grains of paradise is a spice related to ginger, and the first ingredient in the PM fat-burning blend of Inno Supps Night Shred. What does Grains of Paradise do? Some early evidence suggests it may help your body break down fat more efficiently.
That being said, the entire PM fat burning blend that Grains of Paradise is in weighs only 76mg. In other words, most of the ingredients in this blend, including Grains of Paradise, are likely underdosed.
CLA or Conjugated Linoleic Acid is a group of fatty acids thought to affect a system in your body called PPAR. This is what the theory says, at least, according to the science analysts at Examine. CLA’s effects on PPAR are too insignificant to cause any major change in body composition. Plus, it’s severely underdosed here – as we said, the entire Inno Supps Night Shred blend in which CLA is in weighs a mere 76mg.
L-Carnitine is another commonly seen fat burner ingredient. It helps your mitochondria use food for energy more efficiently. There are two issues with L-Carnitine that make it one of the worse ingredients to include in a fat burner:
- We already get it through animal products, so only vegans could benefit from supplementation
- Carnitine dosage required for any substantial benefit is in grams, meanwhile, the dosage in Inno Supps Night Shred could be as low as 1mg for all we know.
5-HTP is a great choice when it comes to mood enhancement. It’s required for your brain to make serotonin, a neurochemical linked to feelings of happiness and relaxation. Serotonin also turns to melatonin, so the added benefit of 5-HTP supplementation is that it may help improve your sleep.
L-tryptophan is a amino acid we get from foods like turkey. It is converted in serotonin. As we already mentioned, serotonin is crucial for many functions of your body, sleep and mental well-being included.
Melatonin is our body’s primary sleep hormone. Not only does it help you fall asleep and stay asleep, but it also increases antioxidant activity and protects your brain cells from damage.
Our Thoughts on the Ingredient Profile
There are a lot of great sleep aids in Inno Supps Night Shred. True, we don’t know their doses, so it will be hard to tell how effective these ingredients will be at doing their job.
But the biggest letdown in regards to Inno Supps Night Shred is the “Shred” part. There’s nothing in this fat burner that will actually make you lose weight. None of its ingredients are proven to work – even if they were, the entire blend in which they’re mixed together weighs just 76mg.
A lot of proven fat burner ingredients are missing, including a thermogenic like cayenne pepper extract, green tea extract, chromium for blood sugar regulation, and something like Glucomannan to reduce cravings and appetite.
All in all, if your goal is to sleep better, this formula could help you; although again, we can’t guarantee that due to the lack fo transparency behind the dosages. But if you want to burn fat, then this one will probably leave you disappointed.
Inno Supps Night Shred is quite popular on Amazon, and there are also reviews on websites like Reddit. Numerous people have shared their experiences using Inno Supps Night Shred, including before and after photos and testimonials.
Here are some Inno Supps Night Shred reviews that caught our eye:
“I got this stuff and started taking it and it was helping with my sleep pretty well. However, I didn’t realize that taking it along with my anti-depressant medication could cause some serious heart problems so I quit taking it because it wasn’t worth the risk to me. Oh well.” – Amanda (Amazon Customer)
“Have only been taking for about 2 weeks, I have noticed better quality sleep..not waking up as much and falling back to sleep quickly…..not sure about weight loss, I do follow my macros strictly, but have noticed I feel leaner when waking so, maybe…..can’t wait to see what comes to next few weeks…” – Kathleen (Amazon Customer)
“Sleepwise the stuff works, but fat burning wise after a month of using it there was no change. Besides being shortened 1 pill and overpriced I doubt I’ll rebuy.” – Jon (Amazon Customer)
Side Effects – Is Inno Supps Night Shred Safe?
Inno Supps Night Shred doesn’t contain any stimulants, and so it’s unlikely to cause adverse side effects. The ingredients in it are commonly used for sleep aid and aren’t known to cause major negative reactions. It’s true that we can’t see some of the ingredient doses of Inno Supps Night Shred, which makes it difficult to say whether some of the ingredients were overserved and if this may lead to diarrhea or nausea.
If you aren’t sure whether to take this supplement or not, or if you have any sort of condition, be sure to take to your doctor before anything else.
Looking to buy Inno Supps Night Shred? You’ll be set back by $44.99 for one bottle, which will yield you 30 servings. This puts it in a similar price bracket as some of the current leading fat burners on the market, although it doesn’t quite keep up with them in terms of effectiveness in the fat burning department.
If you’re wondering were to buy Inno Supps Night Shred, it’s available on Amazon and GNC, and ships to the UK, Australia (AU), Canada, NZ, Signapore, and Malaysia.
There are no discount codes for Inno Supps Night Shred at the moment, nor do they offer deals like “buy 1 get 2 free”. However, you do get a free sleep guide that the manufacturers say is worth $39.99 in value.
Inno Supps Night Shred Review Summary
Does Inno Supps Night Shred work? Yes and no.
Inno Supps Night Shred does work for sleep, and it may also reduce your anxiety and stress thanks to Ashwagandha.
As far as fat burning is concerned though, Inno Supps Night Shred fails to deliver. It’s missing core ingredients that would make it more effective, and it uses proprietary blends that mask ingredient doses, so we can’t tell how effective this supplement will be for you.
For the price of $44.99 we expected more, considering you can get far more effective products for a similar price with a little research.
- 30 servings per bottle
- Improves sleep
- Contains several ingredients that will help reduce your stress levels
- Unknown ingredient doses
- Uses only 3 ingredients for fat burning, only one of which may be somewhat effective
- Missing a thermogenic, an appetite suppressant, and a blood sugar regulator among other ingredients
- $44.99 is too much for a sleep aid; if your goal is sleep, save money by buying a cheap melatonin supplement instead; if you want to burn fat, look for another supplement because this one doesn’t work
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