Leptiburn Review - Does This Fat Loss Supplement Work? Are ingredients and jitters deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 08/17/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
We’ve heard a lot of talk about a product called Leptiburn, so we did one of our in-depth reviews on the products. We took a close look at ingredients, clinical research, customer service and side effects – in addition to the comments customers leave about Leptiburn. After a closer look, we summarized everything to give you just the information you need.
What You Need to Know
Leptiburn is a diet pill containing a combination of olive leaf, brown seaweed, irvingia gabonensis, panax notoginseng, green tea and yerba mate. You have to take two pills, twice a day. Each bottle contains 120 capsules – that’s exactly enough for 30 days. Taking supplements on the fly is simple, a benefit with Leptiburn.
We don’t know when Leptiburn was introduced, but we know the Biotrust Nutrition website was created in 2001. We also know the ingredients are all natural – a solid choice. You can buy Leptiburn on the official website. We like Biotrust Nutrition’s good BBB score, the company’s longevity in the market and the speedy response from the customer service department, but read on…
Weight Loss Ingredients – Nahhh!
Leptiburn’s Achilles heel is its ingredients. You need more than one good ingredient to sell a weight loss product. “If you take Leptiburn twice a day, as suggested, you may notice a slight boost in metabolism from the green tea extract,” says our Research Editor. “The other ingredients in the formula have nothing to do with metabolism, weight loss or fat loss.” You can buy cheap green tea extract anywhere.
“Product did not work. Saw no results,” said a customer who’s used Leptiburn.
“I have been taking…Leptiburn for around three months. I have not seen any improvement,” said another customer.
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Leptiburn tells the consumer there is caffeine in the green tea and yerba mate, but they seem to include too much of the stimulant. Customer after customer complains about feeling “wired”. “The caffeine has me wired. My teeth are grinding, legs are bouncing and hands won’t still,” claims a Leptiburn customer.
”I have been on Leptiburn for 2 weeks, it has made me wired and jittery,” says another customer. This wired feeling can keep you up at nights. “I haven’t seen any significant weight change but what I have noticed is my inability to sleep at nights,” one user states.
Based on our research, if a single part of a diet program is flawed, like its lack of multiple effective ingredients or side effects such as the jitters, the chance of long-term success is minimal. If Leptiburn does in fact cause jitters and shakes, there could be a problem.
Leptiburn claims ingredients are added in “scientific amounts”, but that’s not the same as being clinically proven. Studies on the website have nothing to do with the ingredients in the supplement. At DietSpotlight, research is a critical part of choosing the best product. No science and we take down the green.
The Bottom Line
We were initially intrigued by Leptiburn’s weight-loss claims. Biotrust Nutrition’s time in the business is an accomplishment, but we cannot tell you to buy this supplement. Weight-loss claims are not backed with research and there is only one proven ingredient. We’re also concerned about jitters and negative customer feedback.
If you want to melt away the pounds, you may want to try a supplement with multiple ingredients supported by published scientific research.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2015 is one called Leptigen. (Though the names sound similar, there is no relationship between Leptigen and Leptiburn.) We like that Leptigen’s formula is a proprietary blend of four ingredients, which have been shown in published clinical research to help accelerate fat loss and boost metabolism. We can’t find any talk of harmful side effects and comments around the web indicate people are seeing great results.
The makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re offering a special trial offer, which is a good sign.