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Gifted Nutrition Super Lean

Phil Heath will soon be announcing his new brand of bodybuilding supplements called Gifted Nutrition. He will therefore join other heavyweights such as Ronnie Coleman, Rich Gaspari, Dorian Yates, Lee Labrada, Jay Cutler, and of course Arnold Schwarzenegger in personally backing a brand. In the five product line up we expect to see a stimulant based capsulated fat burner called Super Lean.

Gifted Nutrition Super Lean Review & Ingredients

The ingredients for Super Lean are not yet known. However it is expected that there will be some usual inclusions including caffeine end herbal ingredients such as green tea/coffee extract. Yohimbine would be another likely addition, which would unfortunately make it unsuitable for the Australian market. We are not expecting this product to comply with Australian regulations and therefore may not see it on Australian shelves.

Super Lean would be going up against tough competition with the likes of Hydroxycut and Lipo 6, which have a strong hold of the American fat loss market.

Gifted Nutrition Super Lean Release Date

Super Lean, along with the rest of the Gifted Nutrition line is expected to launch during this year’s Mr Olympia in September. At this stage, we do not expect Super Lean to make it onto Australian shelves. The product would require significant reformulation, which may be a little much for a young company.

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