Body Burn Review
What You Should Know
According to the product description for Body Burn, this product is the ultimate fat burner. We have to disagree with this statement. The ingredients in Body Burn are associated with negative side effects that are far worse than any benefit of taking the supplement. Dieters who are sensitive to caffeine, have heart problems or psychiatric problems should not take this supplement. There is a long list of health conditions that could grow worse if this supplement is used for weight loss.
List of Ingredients
- N-Acetyl Tyrosine
- Green Tea Extract
- B-Phenylethylamine HCL
- Citrus Aurantium Extract
- 1,3 Dimethylamylamine HCL
- Yohimbine HCL
We’ll start with the good ingredients in Body Burn. Caffeine and green tea are proven in clinical studies to increase metabolism. Proven weight loss supplements typically include these two ingredients. That is where the good stops.
Phenylethylamine is a mood-altering ingredient compared to street drugs, in some cases. Dieters with depression, anxiety and other psychiatric disorders – both treated and untreated – should not take supplements with this ingredient. Of particular concern is bipolar disorder. This ingredient could cause mood swings and affect how psychiatric drugs work in the body.
1,3 Dimethylamylamine is a stimulant. Unlike other proven weight loss stimulants, this ingredient is known to cause heart palpitations. If you are currently taking heart medications or have a diagnosed heart condition you should not take any supplement with this ingredient.
As if caffeine, green tea and 1,3 dimethylamylamine weren’t enough, this Body Burn also contains citrus aurantium – also known as synephrine. Synephrine is a cousin to ephedra. It carries the same potential negative side effects as ephedra without the proven fat burning benefits.
- All ingredients are listed online.
- Contains green tea extract and caffeine.
- May promote increased metabolism.
- Contains 1,3 Dimethylamylamine – known to cause heart palpitations.
- Contains a mood altering ingredients that is unsafe for patients with psychiatric conditions.
- Should not be taken with any other supplements or medications that alter mood.
- Contains multiple stimulants.
Body Burn is an unsafe product for many dieters. The inclusion of phenylethylamine and 1,3 dimethylamylamine is the main reason we suggest dieters skip this supplement. There is more than enough literature online warning people with depression, anxiety and other psychiatric conditions to stay away from products containing phenylethylamine. The 1,3 dimethylamylamine may cause heart palpitations and that is not a side effect dieters should be willing to risk for a stimulant-laden supplement.