– October 18, 2017
Will “reclaim” help me reclaim the body of my youth? And prepare for the zombie apocalypse…..
Hello again my SrReviews people. I am a 45 year old workout junkie. I have been on a cut for ever, I mean that I think. Since August I drastically changed my eating (added daily smoothies, healthy smoothies) and was consistently dropping up to 2 pounds a week. I saw this product come up and wanted to see if Reclaim would hasten my results. I lift weights 3 to 5 times per week and try and hit cardio everyday. I would like to thank Outbreak nutrition for allowing us Troopers a chance to try this product. You can follow my results in my log posted below.
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My weight went from 219.8#’s to 209.6#’s the day after final dose.
Since Outbreaks whole advertisement revolves around the apocalypse, lets see what is under the cover of their weight loss product. I am going to list the ones I think work from me due to my past usage of supplements.
Acetyl-L-Carnitine @ 1000mg: The recommended dose is 630mg to 2500mg daily. So this is on the lower side, but we can’t get everything can we? It is used for a stimulant and to help release fat cells.
L-Tyrosine @ 500mg: This also is to help with fat loss, and maximal dosage seems to be 1500mg’s so we are at a safe level.
Caffeine @ 300mg: This is a great dose for me, may be too much for some. Dosages can start at 100mg for some people with fat loss products generally using 200mg’s. So this is a hefty amount for some and might give you the jitters if you are not used to it.
Juglans Regia extract @ 80mg: So this is a naturally occurring way to get dhma. It is from walnuts and is a stimulant and anti oxidant. I had to list this is I hadn’t seen it much. (giant sports Rush).
Teacrine @ 50mg: Nice dose of this which is a stimulant we are all seeing more of as it supposedly doesn’t loose its effectiveness over time.
Capsimax @ 50mg: I have to add this as it is what makes it spicy. We all know that spicy helps us burn fat, so remember spicy food incinerate those pesky love handles…..
Actigin @ 25mg: This helps with the body’s ability to absorb everything else you take. As we all know if you don’t absorb it it doesn’t matter now does it. I have used this as a stand alone and found it very beneficial.
I did leave a few ingredients out, which if you want to look at you can. Coleus Forskohli, Rhodiola Rosea, and Citrus Auranthium.
All in all a nice set up of ingredients. Because the product worked for me I can’t say that I would change anything, as I am also a firm believer in a products synergistic value. Which in this case means, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Taste: I received the tropical ginger twist flavor. I varied the amount of water from the recommended 8oz of water all the way up to 14oz of water. I think most of the time I was around 12oz. At 8oz it is a strong flavor that I compared to dandelion tea with a hint of ginger and lemon. A very earthy flavor. Which I liked since I do go through fazes of drinking lots of oriental tea. The taste mellows with added water which is why I went with it, as well as the added hydration I knew I needed with the sweating that was going on.
Mixability: I am a die hard shaker cup user. I have the little metal whisk ball in mine and had not real issues. You know the drill, shake shake drink, shake shake drink. I did have some left over residue, small white little “beads”.
Dosing: 1 scoop in 8oz of water upon waking, for best results have a small meal after. To me this is very simple, because I work out in the morning I was able to skip a pre-workout as well. I must admit that I didn’t always eats much after, but I did always get something in my belly even if it was just a handful of almonds. I can see where this could be a problem for people who work out at night, but I’m not one of them.
For me this product worked. It increased my weight loss from up to 2 pound a week to 2.5 pounds per week. So I lost an additional half pound a week without changing my diet or increasing my workouts. I also increased either the amount of weight I lifted or repetitions. In example on day one I did 5 sets of 5 assisted chins, close to the end of the run I did 6 sets of 7 reps of assisted chins. All workouts are posted in the above log. I also noticed that when I started taking this I was not as hungry. As I took this in the morning I sometimes had to look at the clock and eat because it was late morning instead of eating because I was hungry. One other things to be aware of is the extra sweating. Now that I have been off of the product a few days I can attest to the sweats. Honestly simple households tasks would get me warmed up, and my body temperature seemed to stay elevated all day. I constantly thought the house was “hot” even though the wife and kids disagreed. You also need to be careful of the amount of caffeine (300mg), so if you are not stim tolerant you might have to half dose this.
As of 10/23/2017 the prices I found are:
$34.99 for 30 servings which equals $1.17 per serving
$34.99 for 30 servings which equals $1.17 per serving
So it seems the price is the same on their own website, and honestly it is a fair price. Because it increased my rate of weight loss I feel that this is a solid price point. I would like to see it at $1.00 per serving, but I guess I realize that everything is getting more expensive. At the end of the day I used this in place of my pre-workout, so cost was very reasonable.
Ok people, what are the bad things that could happen while taking this product? Well first off you will be sweating more than you normally do. This is nice when working out, but not so cool when you are just walking around the rest of the day. Secondly, for me, when I didn’t drink it in a about ten minutes the peppery flavor started coming on stronger. Lastly, as the weight dropped, and I moved to a more sveldt shirt size, the strong desire to go “Zombie” hunting to test my apocalypse readiness……. (Sorry I couldn’t resist)
So my final thoughts on Outbreak’s Reclaim and the claims of getting back your body? I say that it is worth a shot. We all have used products in the past, and we all should know that there are no “Magic” bullets. The thing I found the most interesting on this is that I didn’t change anything. Now does this mean you can sit your but on the couch, eat Doritos and drink gallons of Coke? I highly doubt it, however if you have your diet on point, and you are working towards a healthier lifestyle then I say that this can give your hard work a boost in the right direction. Besides with everything that is going on in the world we might as well prepare for the zombie apocalypse right?
– November 17, 2017
Reclaim your morning
Thank you to the people at outbreak for another good product. I decided to try this because you could take ut in the morning and would not have to take it the rest of the day. A good break from having to take a bunch of pills and instead have a mixable thermogenic to take in the morning.
The ingredients listed are Acetyl L-Carnitine 1000mg, L-Tyrosine 500mg, Caffeine 300mg, Coleus Forskohlii 100mg, Rhodiola Rosea 150mg, Juglans Regia 80mg, Theacrine (as TeaCrine) 50mg, Capsimax Capsicum 50mg, ActiGin (Panax notoginseng and Rosa Roxburghii) 25mg, and Citrus Aurantium 30mg. Acetyl L-Carnitine is an amino acid being used for fat loss as it uses fat to get energy. L-Tyrosine is also an amino acid used to help with weight loss by helping keep you full. Caffeine increases energy. A healthy amount of caffeine intake is 400mg or 5-6 cups of regular coffee so this is within the fine daily intake. Coleus Forskohlii is a herb that helps boost testosterone, fat loss, and is also linked to high blood pressure. Rhodiola Rosea is a Chinese medicine to increase energy, weight loss, stress, and helps with focus. Jugland Regia can release dopamine and serotonin for stimulation and focus. Theacrine has the same effects for energy like coffee but does not increase blood pressure or heart rate. Capsimax Capsicum is to burn fat and increase metabolism. ActiGin is Panax notginseng and Rosa roxburghi. Panax notginseng is another Asian medicine that helps with blood circulation and physical growth. Rosa roxburghi is for antioxidants and mental focus. Citrus Aurantium or Synephrine is a stimulant that can help with weight loss and it increases metabolism.
This is a mixable morning thermogenic. I got the dark berry blend which I enjoyed and the taste was good. The instructions say to mix it with 8 ounces of water and one scoop before you have a morning meal. It says to drink it within 10 minutes once you mix. I was able to shake it and stir it without any problems. I would let it sit for a couple of minutes before I took a drink because I needed it to break down a bit and if you drink it right away it may not break down. The mixability was good. The dosage says to take one scoop in the morning before you start your day. I would highly recommend taking it in the morning instead of later in the day because I forgot to take it in the morning and it did keep me up a bit later that day. This was a good taste, mixability, and dosing.
For me, this is what I expected from a thermogenic. I take it in the morning which got me going and I was still able to drink coffee without getting jitters. I enjoy coffee in the morning, but while taking Reclaim, I didn’t have as much coffee as I normally do. I usually start the day off with about 4 to 5 cups of coffee but with Reclaim, I would only have two or three. In the morning it did make me a little sweaty but nothing that was too unusual for a thermogenic. I did get jitters occasionally but nothing that I could not handle. I also got a morning push which is what I need sometimes in the morning. The thermogenic was effective and did what supposed to do. The tube says weight loss and I had a weight loss of 2.25 pounds. I wouldn’t say that this product would help you lose weight, but this was a good amount for me in 30 days.
I had a tough time finding this product available online. I was able to find it at outbreak and on one other site for the same price. The price on this is $35 which works to a bit over a dollar a day. It does come with 30 servings. So, for a value, I would put it in the group of basic thermogenic out there. Cheaper than some other ones I have seen that did the same thing with the same amount. The value was good.
No real side effects noticed. As long as you know what you are getting into with the thermogenic which is jitters, sweating, and other things then you will be just fine. Other than that no real side effects noticed.
For anybody looking for a thermogenic with some energy, this is definitely one for you. Reclaim is a stimulant so you are going to get some jitters and other things. The thermogenic products out are pretty similar to this. The price is pretty much dead on. It did work for me and give me the energy that I needed for a whole day. I did like the fact that I only had to take it once in the morning and I do not have to take any more for the rest the day. I also liked having it in a mixer cup with water as opposed to taking a pill all day long. At a dollar a day, a good price. I would recommend this product to other people looking for a thermogenic. Outbreak makes good products and I will continue to try anything the outbreak makes.
– January 5, 2018
The only thing hotter than my mixtape….
In the past I haven’t done well with thermogenics. The capsaicin usually has a negative effect on my stomach, and I disliked having to swallow handfuls of pills several times a day. Outbreak Nutrition‘s Reclaim has been a major exception, and a welcomed addition to my supplement cabinet.
This ingredient is an amino acid which acts as a fat transporter. The purpose of fat transporters are to move fat into the mitochondria of cells in order for it to be used as a source of energy. At 1000mg, this ingredient meets the recommended clinical dosage, albeit on the lower side.
Another amino acid believed to aid in fat loss. Tyrosine is involved in the production of dopamine and is said to aid in reducing stress related fat gain as well as having some appetite suppressing qualities.
We all know caffeine is used to increase energy and alertness, however some may not know caffeine is also a fat releaser. Fat releasers are responsible for shrinking the size of fat cells and releasing fat to be carried by fat transporters in order to be burned for energy.
Theacrine is an energy supplement which your body does not build a tolerance to like it does caffeine. It is also said to be an appetite suppressant.
Capsimax is a patented for of capsicum, which is a chemical found in peppers and responsible for their spice. Capsimax is present to raiseyour internal body temperature as well as to act as a fat burner.
Reclaim lists other ingredients not listed here due to a lack of proven scientific evidence and research.
I purchased the Dark Berry flavor which sounded more appetizing to me than the ginger option. Knowing the Capsimax would add a bit of spice to the flavor, I was unsure hpw much I would enjoy it. I must say I was surprised. The flavor balanced very well, not too sweet, not too sour, and the spice was more of a slight after effect. It was an odd combination, although one I enjoyed.
I was impressed with how well the product mixed considering the presence of the capsimax. Typically, capsimax does not break down or dissolve well, and as such, the presence of sinkers at the bottom of my shaker cup was undeniable. However I found that giving the cup a slight shake before sipping helped to keep the capsimax suspended in the liquid, making it easy to swallow and barely noticeable. There was some foaming, but no more than should be expected considering I shook it before each sip. I also did not notice any chalkiness or after taste caused by the foam. On multiple occasions I added the product directly to a water bottle and noticed no significant difference in Mixability when compared to drinking it from a shaker cup.
One scoop in 8 to 10 oz of water was all I needed to get my day started. The caffeine content was enough to give me motivation to get moving and it lasted throughout the day.
Now for the main event. I have chosen to break down thia category into a few sections to more accurately describe this products effects.
Reclaim contains 300mg of caffeine, which is a pretty large dosage. However the supplement is designed to be taken once in the morning before your daily routine. So instead of receiving a sudden and intense burst of energy, such as the ones you experience from a preworkout, you get a steady supply of smooth, clean energy throughout your day. The energy comes on subtly and continues to keep you going for hours. On the days that I used this product I did not feel the need for any other sources of caffeine to keep me energized or alert. No morning coffee and no mid day energy drinks to help me power through my day. The energy gradually subsided towards the end of my 12 hour workday, ending with no crash or negative side effects.
This product works as you would expect a thermogenic to do so, and seemed to follow the same arch as the energy. I could feel a slight increase in my body temperature after the first 30 mins or so. The feeling gradually increased over the next 2 or 3 hours then seemed to plateau for approximately 6 hours or so. Afterthat, i could feel a slight decrease in the warmth as the product began to subside. One thing to note is this product is incredibly consistent in this regard. Every time I used this product, I experienced the same effects within the same general time frame.
I mostly used this product on my non training days to avoid a stim overload. Some of those days were more active than others, however I did notice a significant increase in sweat compared to days of similar activity. On my least active days, those that I did not complete any relevant exercise, I felt a comfortable warmth throughout the day, though no sweat. When I did sweat while using this product, it was not an uncomfortable, sticky sweat like you would experience from being out in the heat. It felt more akin to sweating from exercise or participating in sports.
One effect I did not expect from this product was a noticeable suppression of my appetite. It should be noted that I began using this product at the same time that I began transitioning to a ketogenic diet. Typically when I switch to a low/no carb diet I feel really hungry for the first few weeks, however on the days that I used this product there was an obvious difference in my appetite. On several occasions I actually had to force myself to eat while using Reclaim, even when I had not eaten most of the day.
Due to the changes in my diet at the same time I began using Reclaim, it is hard to nail down the exact results from the product. After the first month of dieting and taking this product, I had lost approximately 12 pounds, and I feel confident that this supplement contributed to that. The last time I attempted a Ketogenic diet I lost 10 pounds in the first month, which leads me to believe Reclaim has lead to at least some increase in my weight loss.
At $34.99 for 30 servings Outbreak’s Reclaim is very well priced. Especially when considering I did not use the product on the days I intended to use my preworkout to avoid consuming too much caffeine. The 30 servings lasted well over a month for me. The only downside, as with all of Outbreak’s products, is that it is not very widely available. This is a product line I would love to see in local stores.
A little warmth under the collar, and a much higher tolerance to Jalapenos.
On a serious note though, I experienced no negative side effects from this product. The caffeine provided a very smooth energy boost which lasted all day, with no crash at the end. Even the Capsimax, which usually causes gastro issues for me had absolutely no negative effects.
Outbreak Reclaim is the thermogenic I have long been waiting for. Effective all day energy, a nice raise in body temperature, and results. All dissolved into a tasty once daily drink rather than swallowing several pills a day. I could not be happier with this product and intend on purchasing it again. 10/10 would recommend to anyone interested in a thermogenic.
– March 3, 2018
Reclaim: It got the ends – but the means weren’t as advertised…
After completing another pre-workout product I had a few scoops of this left and decided to try it as a PWO instead of the way I’d used it during this review. Adding a little activity totally opened up the thermogenic effects. I was sweating like crazy and had a great workout. I definitely recommend using this as part of a PWO if you can in order to maximize the effects!
I need to give Outbreak Nutrition some props. They have some really cool marketing and their artwork and branding is really cool. I don’t really get what it has to do with working out and fitness, but it’s still really cool and I was excited for a chance to try one of their products. After claiming this it actually expired in my dash which prompted me to reach out to the rep. The whole thing got resolved quickly and I was impressed by the customer service and friendliness they displayed. Ultimately, I didn’t notice the intended effects of a thermogenic, but Reclaim did do a good job of curbing my appetite and for losing a bit of fluff around my belly.
Outbreak Nutrition provides a transparent label in a nice orderly fashion from biggest dose to smallest.
First is Acetyl-L-Carnitine HCl (ALCAR) at 1g. Carnitine helps burn fat by essentially helping fatty acids be prioritized over carbohydrates for generating ATP energy at the cellular level. However, this particular type of Carnitine is more bioavailable than standard L-Carnitine and benefits the brain, in particular, by also acting as a nootropic and apparently improving cognition. This explains why I was wicked smart while I took this, obviously.
L-Tyrosine at 500mg: Tyrosine is specifically a nootropic mainly aimed at lowering stress levels. 500mg is the low end of a standard dose.
Caffeine at 300mg: Normally, yum. However, I would actually like to have had less caffeine so that I could fit it into my routine more easily. At this dose, it could easily replace a standard preworkout.
Coleus Forskohlii at 100mg: I’d actually never heard of this. It falls into the ancient herb used in eastern medicine category. It’s supposed to help promote fat loss and increase testosterone. However, in studies the things it has shown to be best at are increasing HDL cholesterol (the good kind) and lowering the effects of athsma. According to examine.com you should take 250mg twice daily for an effective dose sometimes I don’t agree with examine though.
Rhodiola Rosea at 150mg: Also in the ancient eastern medicine category, and mainly responsible limiting the onset of mental and physical fatigue. This is supposedly effective in doses as little as 50mg and has shown a high degree of effectiveness in studies.
Juglans Regia Extract at 80mg: This is actually the naturally occurring form of DMHA/Octodrine. According to what I’ve read, the natural form should be more effective than the synthetic form, and the dose in Reclaim actually exceeds the top end of the recommended dose of 75mg! It’s on the internet, so it has to be true.
TeaCrine (the good TheaCrine) at 50mg: This is a really good dose of TeaCrine, based on other products I’ve seen. While I was taking this I was very worried about crashing or being jittery because of the amount of caffeine I was taking in at the start of my day. I think it’s probably thanks to the TeaCrine that I didn’t seem like a crack addict in the morning or experience any crashes whatsoever. It’s really effective at managing the effects of caffeine while also acting as a stimulant itself.
Capsimax at 50mg: This is Reclaim’s second of three brand name ingredients in a 10 ingredient panel. This is basically encapsulated chili powder and from what I can tell, the only thermogenic compound. I really love this panel of ingredients overall, but it’s a thermogenic and this is one of the last ingredients. The studies posted to the capsimax website used doses of 100mg.
ActiGin at 25mg: This is the gold standard of absorption enhancers, dosed at a common level.
Citrus Aurantium aka Synephrine aka Bitter Orange at 30mg: This is also supposed to have a thermogenic effect but is touted more as a general weight loss ingredient. 30mg is right around an average dose, but I doubt its thermogenic effects.
I received their fruit punch flavor and would consider it to be very average flavor-wise. It never impressed me, but it wasn’t terrible– the only real flavor was just “sweet” though. I really didn’t look forward to it toward the end of my run and usually mixed in smaller amounts of water to get it over with quickly.
The mixability was also average, I’d say. There were no major clumps, but some powders just aren’t very water soluble. I keep a shaker bottle on me all day and there would always be some residue in my second refill. People also asked me why my water was tinted pink on a few occasions, so that should speak to the amount of food coloring it contained.
Taking this was pretty tricky because of the caffeine content. I didn’t want to use it as a pre-workout, so instead I used it as a coffee replacement when I got to the office. It kicked up my caffeine intake A LOT, but it actually didn’t make me feel too cracked out or anything. I was mainly running it alongside Full Spectrum as a preworkout, so that meant I was getting 350mg pre workout at 5am, then 300mg with Reclaim around 9:15/9:30. I strictly avoided caffeine from then on in the day.
There were two reasons I wanted to use this in the gym instead of before my workout. First, I feel like it gives you a better idea of the thermogenic effect of a product. When you work out, you are going to get hot and sweaty. So how will you know if it’s the thermogenic or your effort? The sweatier-scale is tough to measure.
Second, two of the three heating generators in my office building blew out in the cold so randomly throughout this winter we’ve had random days where my office is at best 60 degrees. I don’t really mind it, but it’s at the top of the charts for office banter.
As mentioned above, I intentionally took this product at a time when I knew I was unlikely to be running around and increasing my core body temperature by being active. I wanted it to have the whoooole spotlight. Unfortunately, that spotlight turned out to be an LED and it was cool to the touch. (ha?) Anyway, I just didn’t notice the thermogenics much at all. I’d initially feel heat in the back of my throat when I first swallowed it, but nothing afterwards. I was disappointed because I really wanted to be able to rave about this cool new company and their kick a$$ product line. However, it wasn’t a total loss. While I didn’t notice any thermogenic effect, it did a great job of curbing my appetite. I typically have a protein shake after my workout and before the office that contains about 765 calories of my daily 3,250. Normally, I’m hungry again by the time I’m at work. While taking Reclaim, I was lucky if I noticed I was hungry by lunch time. I was having trouble hitting my daily calories at one point because of this, so I actually had to remind myself on the calendar to eat throughout the morning.
Because of the curbed appetite, I was easily able to lose about 5 lbs over the course of the month. So, even though I wasn’t necessarily noticed the intended rise in my core body temperature, I was still benefiting from an increased level of lipolysis due to not eating as much or craving bad foods.
However, I wouldn’t write this off as ineffective. I’d consider what is written in the other reviews. It’s totally feasible (maybe even likely because of the heat I felt in my throat after drinking this) that I’m the outlier here.
Last thing I’ll touch on is that I did feel really good when taking this. I was never jittery from the caffeine and I think the nootropic ingredients were effective in helping me focus and be less stressed at work. Overall I had a very productive month at work while taking this.
Reclaim retails for 31.49 on Outbreak Nutrition’s website and there is currently a 10% off coupon for all of Outbreak’s products on their site.
That was the best price I can find, and I think it is a fair price at 30 servings. It is fairly well dosed, and even though I didn’t notice the intended thermogenic effects, I did notice it working well in other areas and you may react more readily to the thermogenic ingredients than I do.
When I finished a big sip there would always be a minor burning sensation in my throat– the same feeling you get when you’ve eaten something spicy. It went away quickly but was unpalatable, at least.
Overall, I liked almost everything about this product but for me it just didn’t live up to its claim of being a thermogenic. I wouldn’t write it off entirely, even if nobody else notices a thermogenic effect, it had great nootropics at solid doses and other ingredients that will result in weight loss without raising core body temperature. I’d love to see Outbreak add something like yohimbe to this to make it more effective at producing heat though. Lastly, thank you to Outbreak Nutrition for participating on here. Keep up the cool marketing and I hope the review brings some value to the company!
– May 11, 2018
An average thermogenic that won’t blow your mind.
Reclaim provided a decent, clean energy boost, but didn’t really get anywhere past that.
Hey guys. This is the third product I tried from Outbreak Nutrition. Always a thanks to them and to SR for getting this and the others out. I am pretty experienced in the thermogenic and stim game. I’m not really saying that is anything to be proud of, as I probably should take a break pretty soon. But I want you guys to know that I am very stim tolerant. That being said, lets get on with it.
The profile is fully disclosed which I always appreciate. I don’t want to get into huge detail with each and every ingredient, I’ll just touch on some of the more unfamiliar/important ones for me. First off, each scoop contains 300mg of caffeine. This is a decent amount for a thermo, but personally I think these companies should go easier on the caffeine when more than likely they know you are also using a pre workout at the gym. Pres are getting up into the 400mg range, and then you mix in a thermo at 300mg…. I feel like that is a little too much. Granted I still did it. One interesting ingredient is Juglans regia extract at 80 mg. I had never heard of this one. Apparently this is identical to DMHA. Interesting. Definitely didn’t feel that effect. The other ingredient I don’t see every day is Citrus Aurantium. This is bitter orange, and is supposed to be a “better” alternative to ephedra. I used ephedra back in the day and I would beg to disagree. Anyhow, the rest of the profile is available in the picture.
I got the Fruit Punch flavor, and while I enjoyed it for the most part, man did I get some “spicy meataball” aftertastes. My mouth was on fire sometimes after a sip. I guess this is probably due to the capsimax, but that is just an educated guess. Mixability was mediocre, as the last few sips was where I would always experience the spiciness. If i remembered to shake it up hard before the last few sips, it was a bit better. I usually dosed this at one scoop in the morning if I had a morning work shift, otherwise I would dose in the early afternoon when I had a nightshift. Long story short, I kept it separated from my preworkout by a couple hours.
Well, to keep it short and sweet, there was a definite clean energy boost associated with Reclaim, but it was a little underwhelming compared to some of my favorite thermogenics. It was good enough for a morning boost, like a coffee, but it never really went past that. This could be both a good thing and a bad thing. Thermos that put you over the edge with jitters and a bad comedown are never fun, but not feeling the boost you expect is also not fun. That is why I chose to rate the effectiveness at a 7. In terms of weight loss, it definitely helped me lean out a very little bit, but I would expect that from all the extra caffeine and other stuff. Bottom line, it came in a little bit short of some of the better thermos I have used in my past. I was not on a strict diet but I was exercising like a mad man, and I managed to lose a little weight, but in reality, I think I would have lost most of it without Reclaim’s assistance. Appetite suppression was decent, I’ll admit that, but again, average among other products. On a positive note, I did not notice a crashing effect from Reclaim.
$34.99 seems to be the going price for Reclaim. I put this at a 6.7 based on the scale definitions. Its an average price for a thermo, but it wasn’t quite as effective as some of the other.
Nothing other then your mouth being on fire for a few seconds when you get to the bottom.
Look, it was decent, but overall it was “meh.” Like I said, I have tried many a thermo, and this one just fell into the average category. It’s not one I’d pick if I was ready to shed some money on a thermo product. BUT, it wasn’t awful either. As I have said in my other reviews, I still think Outbreak Nutrition is awesome and that they are on a path to greatness. This one just fell a little short for me. Thanks for reading as always and go CELTICS!
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