What You Should Know
MooreSkinny is a MooreMuscle fat burner that claims to support weight loss and fat burn, but the formula is less than stellar. The company packs together a stimulant, natural laxative and a diuretic. That sounds more like a post bulking bodybuilding combination than a fat burner. If this product was marketed toward the bodybuilder who needs to cut water weight and rip muscles for competition, this could be a good supplement. As a standard fat burner, there are many better formulas on the market.
List of Ingredients
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Uva Ursi
- Juniper Berry
- Cranberry Juice
We like to give credit where credit is due, but with MooreSkinny there isn’t much credit to be given. All of the ingredients are in a proprietary blend so the dieter has no idea how much caffeine, or any of the other ingredients, are in the formula. This is a huge no-no in the supplement market.
Next, the company chooses a natural laxative and diuretic to pair with the caffeine. Caffeine will push extra water out of the body naturally; there is no need for an additional diuretic, but MooreMuscle adds one to MooreSkinny. Diuretics and laxatives do not make you any “more skinny”, but they could cause dehydration and other negative side effects.
MooreSkinny should not be taken at the same time as prescription medications as the fiber and diuretics in the formula could interfere with proper absorption of these medications. It is best to take natural supplements two hours before or two hours after prescription medications for this reason.
- The ingredients in the formula are listed online.
- Contains caffeine – though the dieter does not know how much.
- All ingredients in a proprietary blend.
- There is no appetite suppressant in the formula.
- Could contain more caffeine than the average dieter is used to taking.
MooreSkinny is a MooreMuscle product we suggest dieters skip. The brief description of the supplement on the official website leaves much to be desired. The company makes no attempt to prove the supplement will actually increase weight loss and none of the ingredients with proven track records for boosting weight loss are listed with amounts. Clinical studies reveal how much of an ingredient is used in the study and the effects of the study. Without knowing how much of the proprietary ingredients are included, we have no way to testing the companies claims. The final straw is the missing appetite suppressant. Caffeine increases metabolism and may increase hunger as the heart beats faster and burns more calories. Increased metabolism is useless if the dieter eats more.