CardiaShred Review

by The Diet Critic on August 19, 2014

CardiaShred review
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CardiaShred is a non-prescription diet pill that comes from Heüer M.D. Research. It is a weight loss aid that is primarily marketed to athletes and body builders. The official product website also claims that it is “Medical Doctor Formulated” and is a “synergy of weight loss, energy ignition, calorie burning, heart supporting, and lean muscle building”. Furthermore, it is also marketed as “heart healthy weight loss”, encouraging improved heart health.

The diet pill was formulated by Harv Heuer, M.D., the CEO of Heüer M.D. Research. CardiaShred’s formula is made up of 32 active ingredients, some of which include: Caffeine, COP, Green Tea, Yohimbe, Omega 3(form fish source), Citrus Aurantium, and Cissus quadrangularis.

Users are directed to take two tablets in the morning and two tablets in the afternoon. On training days, athletes are directed to take two pills 30 minutes prior to their workout. Users are cautioned to not exceed four pills in 24 hours. The manufacturer recommends that users should drink between 8 to 10 glasses of water per day while taking CardiaShred and should exercise regularly and eat a low calorie and high protein diet.


At the time of this review, the manufacturer’s website contains a list of the supplement facts. The complete list of the 32 ingredients is available, as well as brief information about each one and its effectiveness in regard to weight loss and/or health. The site also provides references to studies related to some of the product’s ingredients. CardiaShred can be purchased on the official website.


The cost of CardiaShred is $49.99, which is slightly higher than average compared to its competition. This product contains 32 active ingredients, which automatically raises some red flags. The more ingredients in a formula, the higher the risk of side effects it carries. Moreover, CardiaShred has more than one ingredient that could lead to adverse affects, such as citrus aurantium, which the U.S government has warned against because this substance has the potential to cause dangerous side effects. This weight loss product contains stimulants, including green tea, yhoimbe and caffeine, all of which can lead to side effects including headache, upset stomach, insomnia, rapid heartbeat, etc. Yohimbe has even been linked to severe adverse effects like kidney failure, seizure and heart attack.

In addition, on the product label, there is a significant warning section informing users who should not take the pills and what should be avoided while using them. For instance, users are instructed to not consume caffeine or synephrine from other sources.

It is strongly recommended that you consult a medical practitioner before you take this product.

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