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B10 Rise Greens Review

B10 Rise Greens Review

The B10 Rise Greens formula is the newest supplement by the B10 Nutrition company. The formula contains super greens, fruit, herbal extracts, and adaptogens that are all supposed to provide a wide range of health benefits whilst also acting as a pre-workout boost.

B10 Nutrition has made sure that all of the ingredients within the formula are suitable for a wide range of people, and the formula is vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, and free from artificial colors, fillers, and sugars.

B10 Nutrition is a new brand on the supplement scene since it was only just founded in 2021, and the Rise Greens formula is one of its most promoted and best-selling formulas. So, I’m keen to take a closer look at it and see what it’s made of!

If you’re thinking of purchasing the B10 Rise Greens formulas or you’re also interested in taking a closer look at it, check out my full B10 Rise Greens review below.

B10 Rise Greens Tub

B10 Rise Greens First Impressions

Initially, I’m impressed by the look of the B10 Nutrition brand – it looks sleek, professional, and the supplements look interesting.

I appreciate the fact that the brand focuses on transparency and high quality ingredients, and I have high hopes that the Rise Greens formula will be effective because of this.

Looking at the Rise Greens formula, I’m still impressed!

The branding looks super, the wide range of superfood ingredients is promising, and although I’d like to see more information about the formula, the brand does provide a substantial amount of information about it.

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Background on B10 Nutrition

There isn’t a lot of information about B10 Nutrition, the company that creates the Rise Greens formula, since the company was only just founded in 2021.

The company was founded by fitness enthusiast, Justin Hibbert, and creates nutritional supplements for high-performance individuals.

The B10 Rise Greens is one powder amongst three that the brand produces. It also produces an endurance training drink and a recovery protein.

B10 Rise Greens Benefits

B10 Rise Greens is a greens formula that’s supposed to act as a pre-workout whilst also being a daily booster with essential micronutrients at the same time.

Nutrition provides sufficient information about the benefits of the Rise Greens formula. Overall, it’s supposed to boost energy levels, increase blood flow, improve cognitive function, support endurance, improve gut health and better digestion.

The brand specifically claims that the Beta-Alanine is supposed to improve endurance, the L-Citrulline is supposed to improve blood flow and increase oxygen to muscles, and the chlorella and spirulina are supposed to boost gut health and improve metabolism.

B10 Rise Greens Ingredients

B10 Rise Greens contains more than 30 ingredients, 20 of which are superfoods.

The ingredients label is fully disclosed and therefore it’s possible to know how much of each ingredient exists within the formula – this is incredibly useful when it comes to working out the efficacy of the formula.

However, I’ll be looking into whether the formula works or not later in this review. First, let’s take a look at the formula’s ingredient label!

Here is the complete list of the B10 Rise Greens ingredients:

  • Energy and Focus Boost – Resveratrol (20mg), Astragalus Extract powder (20mg), Rhodiola Rosea Root Powder (25mg), Beta Alanine (3g), Caffeine Anhydrous (250mg), L-Citrulline (3g), L-Arginine HCI (1,5g), Black Pepper Fruit Extract (5mg).
  • Greens and Superfoods – Chlorella Powder (500mg), Spirulina Whole Algae Powder (122mg), Fructooligosaccharide, Cinnamon Powder (25mg), Spinach Powder (122mg), Broccoli Extract Powder (125mg), Organic Kale Powder (122mg), Mulberry Powder (25mg), Organic Alfalfa Grass Powder (50mg), Organic Barley Grass Powder (50mg), Green Tea Extract (143mg), Ginger Extract 4:1 (71mg), White Tea Extract (50mg), Turmeric Extract (50mg), Fennel Seed powder (70mg), Bitter Melon Extract (71mg), Goji Berry Extract (30mg), Pomegranate Extract (50mg), Gymnema Sylvestre Extract (15mg), Pine Bark Extract (15mg), Milk Thistle Extract (30mg), Diindolylmethane (10mg).
  • Other Ingredients – Fructooligosaccharides (FOS), Erythritol, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Silicon Dioxide, Malic Acid, StevioPure.

Here is the supplement facts label:

B10 Rise Greens Label

How does B10 Rise Greens Taste?

The B10 Rise Greens formula is naturally flavored and sweetened with stevia extract. The reviews of the formula concerning the taste are positive.

However, since all of the reviews of the formula are on the B10 Nutrition website, they may be biased.

It’s unlikely that the formula tastes particularly “great” since there are so many potent ingredients. However, it might be palatable.

Side Effects

Although there are no side effects associated with the formula, the brand does warn that the formula should not be consumed by anyone under 18, or anyone pregnant or breastfeeding.

The brand also recommends that anyone who has a medical condition or anyone who is taking medication should consult a doctor before consumption.

Does B10 Rise Greens Work?

Thankfully, the B10 Rise Greens ingredients label is fully disclosed, meaning the amount of each ingredient is disclosed. Therefore, it’s possible to look at each ingredient and compare the recommended dose of it with the actual amount within the formula to see if it’s sufficiently dosed.

So, let’s take a look and see if the ingredients are actually sufficiently dosed and will be effective. Just be aware that not all of the ingredients have standard recommended doses, so we’ll only be able to take a look at the ones that do.

All of the ingredients within the formula that have recommended doses are insufficiently dosed.

Looking at the Energy and Focus Boost blend, there’s only one ingredient with a proper, standard recommended dose – Rhodiola Rosea. There is 25mg of Rhodiola Rosea in the formula but the daily recommended dose of it is between 200-600mg. Therefore, it’s underdosed.

Looking at the Greens and Superfood blend, there are a few ingredients within standard recommended doses.

The recommended dose of chlorella is between 2-5g, but the amount of chlorella within the formula is only 500mg.

The recommended dose of spirulina is 1-3g, and the amount of spirulina within the formula is only 122mg.

Therefore, both of these ingredients are not sufficiently dosed.

Let’s keep looking at a few of the other ingredients! The recommended dosage of green tea extract is between 250–500mg and the amount in the formula is 143 mg. The recommended dose of turmeric is between 500–2,000mg, and the amount in the formula is only 50mg.

Therefore, clearly, all of the ingredients within the formula that have recommended doses are insufficiently dosed.

So, the formula may not provide benefits that the brand claims it will.

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B10 Rise Greens Reviews

Normally I look on Amazon for unbiased customer reviews of the formulas that I review, but since the B10 Rise Greens formula isn’t available on Amazon, the only place that I can look at customer reviews is on the B10 Nutrition website.

There are only 8 customer reviews of the product and all of these reviews are 5 stars.

Therefore, it’s important to be aware of the fact that these customer reviews could be biased – keep this in mind when you take a look at the selection of reviews.

Thankful for the “not-typical” green drink taste. I also love the niacin burn about 15 minutes later which gives me enough time to drink it at home and drive to gym before it kicks in. I’ll be back for more. 5-star review

Gives me energy without being overheated and crashing after. 5-star review

I’ve tried several green powders in the past and this one is the best tasting, by far, not to mention it has the added benefit of caffeine. No jitters, just an awesome boost to get my morning workout going. Highly recommend it. 5-star review

Money-Back Guarantee / Returns Policy

B10 Nutrition doesn’t offer a money-back guarantee. If you want to return a B10 Nutrition product, you have to do so within 15 days in its original packaging and unopened.

Where to buy B10 Rise Greens?

You can buy B10 Rise Greens from the B10 Nutrition website.

Is It Worth The Price?

One tub of B10 Rise Greens contains 25 servings and you can either buy the formula on a one-time purchase or on a subscription. – the subscription option is cheaper.

One tub of Rise Greens on a one-time purchase costs $47.99, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.90.

If you subscribe to Rise Greens, one tub costs $43.19, meaning the cost per serving works out at $1.73.

Although the B10 Rise Greens formula has a fully disclosed label, the majority of the ingredients within the formula are not sufficiently dosed and therefore, they may not provide benefits.

Hence, I don’t think the formula is worth the price that it’s sold at.

If the formula was slightly cheaper, I may have considered it worth the price.

My Final Verdict

Although this formula definitely looked impressive when I first took a look at it, unfortunately, I feel as if I’m left unimpressed by it.

Honestly, there is only one reason why I’m feeling disappointed in the formula, but it’s a pretty big one – the majority of the ingredients within the formula are not sufficiently dosed and therefore they may not provide the consumer with the benefits that the brand claims they will.

I was feeling optimistic when I saw that the formula had a fully disclosed label, and although that is great, the fact that the majority of ingredients within the formula are not sufficiently dosed is a huge problem.

Overall, I would probably not recommend this formula. Instead, I would recommend choosing a formula that has a fully disclosed ingredients label too but is actually sufficiently dosed.

Adam Author

About the LifeHacker Guy

Hi, I'm Adam the founder of the LifeHacker Guy.

I have a First Class Honours degree in Sports Science from Brighton University, specialising in exercise physiology and nutrition. In my youth I was a competitive Triathlete and long-distance runner placing top 10 in most triathlon races I completed.

Since suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I moved into web development, after a couple of years I then moved onto developing a number of online businesses. I've recently taken a sabbatical and I'm now looking to make big changes in my life, hopefully this may resonate with you - join me in my journey!

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