Batch 5 Diet Review

Batch 5 Diet Review
Batch 5 Diet Review

The name alone is enough to catch your attention, and lure you in to learning more about the supplement and what it says it can achieve. The Batch 5 Dietary Supplement pills are produced by bCharged Labs which are based out of Seattle, Washington. There are websites that carry the product such as Amazon, and Newegg. The supplement has been said to help you lose weight through thermogenesis.* The company says you are supposed to take this supplement before working out to see an improvement in your energy levels, as well as a boost in your metabolism.

Dietary Supplement pillsWhen looking into the details about the manufacturer, their customer support number is 206-420-0336, and their support email is [email protected]. They do not have an official website, which means they do not offer customer support as easily as other companies do. I called in, and was quickly greeted with a cheesy answering machine message, which implied they would never be available to talk, so just email them instead. They clearly just put the customer service number on their distributor sites to look more credible as it is not a viable way to get any questions answered.*

When looking into their return policy it is only 30-days in total which really does not give the customer much time between ordering, trying, and shipping back to receive their money back if the product does not work for them.

The Ingredients In The Batch 5 Dietary Supplements:

Extreme Fat Burning Formula: Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine HCI), Chromium (as Chromium Animo Acid Chelate), Garcinia (Carginia cambogia)(Fruit) Extract, Guarani Seed Extract, Citrus Aurantium 6%, White Willow (Salix alba)(Bark) Extract, Cayenne (Capsicum annuum)(Pepper), Green Tea (Camellia sinesis)(Leaf) Extract, Uva Ursi (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)(Leaf), Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)(Root), L-Caritine. Other Ingredients: Magnesium Stearate.

Do Dieters Lose Weight With The Batch 5 Diet Supplement?

Don’t be fooled by any of the five star ratings on Amazon, as many of these customers were just given free product for a 5 star review. The actual customers who tried it out, felt that the product was garbage, and did nothing but give them side effects such as headaches, racing heart, frequent urination, and stomach cramps. Many people said if you try this product, you are putting your body in harms way and you might as well buy a bottle of Pepto-Bismol to go along with it, as you will need it!

racing heartJolene* spoke about her experience with the company trying to lure her into leaving a positive review in order to get another free bottle of the product.She received a card in the mail telling her to leave a 5 Star review in exchange for 1 free bottle.“This pill is a scam, and it does not work at all. After trying it for two weeks I got nothing but false numbers on the scale. Beings that I am average sized female it did nothing.” 

 “The ingredients don’t make sense to me other than to provide some caffeine, which I can do for a fraction of the price with Caffeine Pills. My honest opinion is that I won’t be putting this into my body and that you shouldn’t either.” Michael G. Lustig*went on to say that he is a real Amazon reviewer, and values the reviews that are honest. He really did not appreciate phony 5 star reviews, as it cheapens the product and makes it appear to really be a scam to the customer.

 Nikjc* says, “I have taken my fair share of strong thermogenics in the past and none have ever made me feel as bad as these did. I am not a big product reviewer unless I feel strongly about a product. Do not take these.” She also went on to say that the product made her feel extremely sick, dizzy, anxious, and nauseous. She was about ready to go into the hospital, because she was feeling so horrible. She obviously does not wish that on anyone, and wrote a strong review about her dislike for the Batch 5 diet pills.

 Is Batch 5 Easy To Follow?

As stated on Newegg, Suggested use for batch5 Extreme Thermogenic Fat Burner: For use as a dietary supplement take 2-4 capsules 30-60 minutes prior to exercise or meals with at least 8 ounces of water to ensure maximum nutrient absorption. For optimal results use daily. For people sensitive to stimulants or caffeine; begin with taking the lower dosage of 2 capsules and in the morning AM hours to assess tolerance. Do not exceed 8 capsules per day.”

As you can see, this is nothing more than a diet pill you take a few times a day before you work out. The working out will help with the weight loss, more than this diet pill will as it has been said to give no results, only side effects. The company also gives the customer little to no information about the formula and if it is even FDA approved or not, and they most definitely do not give the customer any scientific references in regards to why this may actually help you lose weight.* This diet pill is rather sketchy, and it is not backed by science in any way, shape, or form.


headacheThis supplement is more of a headache to the customer than the manufacturer, which should never be the case. Save your money, and your time from the Batch 5 Diet pills folks. With the manipulated reviews, lack of scientific evidence, and fake a phone number to call, this screams scam! I would not waste another moment on Batch 5, as it has been said to do more harm than good for your body. For one bottle you are going to pay $30.00, which is way too much for what you are actually getting. What about social media? They do not offer it, as the customer support is one of the poorest we have seen to date. Overall, this diet pill is not effective, or safe to take today, tomorrow, or ever!

*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.

Review Sources
  1. “Batch 5.” Amazon Diet Products. Web
  2. “Batch 5 Diet Product. Newegg Official. Web


*Individual results will vary.
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