Fusion Sub Q Review
What You Should Know
Fusion Sub Q is a sublingual fat burner. The ingredient list is available on the official website along with multiple other supplements available for sale from Fusion. You can purchase supplements in the US, Canada and internationally from the Fusion website. Before taking a Fusion fat burner, make sure to check the ingredient list for any dangerous ingredi8ents.
List of Ingredients
- Dandelion Leaf
- Green Tea Leaf
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Coleus Forskolii
- N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine
- Clary Sage
The ingredient list for Fusion Sub Q is rather long, but there’s not much on the list. We see a few amino acids starting off the ingredient list in the Beyond Ripped Complex. These amino acids help promote muscle growth, but they are not needed for weight loss. There is also a bit of dandelion root. Dandelion root is nothing more than a diuretic designed to push out excess water. We’re not sure why this ingredient is included in a weight loss product, but we know any weight lost while taking this ingredient is not real weight, but water weight.
Next up is the Fat Incinerator. This is where the ingredient list starts getting interesting. Fusion Sub Q contains 201 mg of green tea. This is slightly less than suggested clinically, but we believe this supplement is designed to be taken more than once per day. There’s also a whopping 200 mg of caffeine per dose. That’s a bit much for the average dieter and may cause negative side effects like jitters and shakes. It takes three bullet or sublingual caplets to supply 200 mg of caffeine, so you can take fewer and work up to the full dose.
- All ingredients are listed online.
- Contains green tea.
- May be too strong for some dieters.
Fusion Sub Q is a small weight loss supplement that melts under the tongue. The delivery system may be unique, but that doesn’t mean the ingredient list is worth the price. We find two good stimulants and a diuretic thrown into the mix. The stimulants are a good addition and the company even lists how much of each stimulant is added, but the diuretic is simply not needed. This is the one ingredient that causes us to throw the red flag on Fusion Sub Q. Sure, there is a bit too much caffeine, but there are dieters out there that can easily take 200 mg of caffeine, but there is no dieter (unless there is a medical condition) that need to take a diuretic, especially for weight loss.