QNT Burner Review
What You Should Know
QNT Burner contains a short list of ingredients that we find all the time in fat burners and weight loss supplements. Just because ingredients are commonly used does not mean they are effective. Too many weight loss supplement companies are willing to add ingredients to their formulas and make claims without taking the dieter’s health and possible side effects into consideration. Of all the ingredients in the formula, one is considered dangerous and that ruins the entire product.
After looking for before and after photos or a testimonial or two, we realized there was no support online for QNT Burner. This product is listed outside the United States and may not be available for import. A quick glance at the ingredient list is enough for us to suggest dieters choose a different product.
List of Ingredients
- Hydroxycitric Acid
- Chromium Picolinate
Guarana is an ingredient similar to caffeine. Often this is the very source of caffeine in a fat burner. In QNT Burner caffeine is listed on the label so guarana is like a second level of stimulation.
Caffeine – a proven and effective fat burner – is next on the list. Some dieters can handle taking caffeine-heavy supplements and others cannot. You’ll have to use a fat burner with caffeine before deciding which type of dieter you are. You can also drink a cup or two of coffee to test how you react to caffeine. In this supplement, caffeine is used to boost energy and metabolism.
Hydroxycitric acid is the potentially dangerous ingredient in the formula. QNT Burner would be perfectly okay replacing HCA with green tea – then the supplement might be worth something, but as the formula stands, the dieter should steer clear based on the inclusion of this ingredient alone. HCA may cause damage to the liver and there is no need to take potentially dangerous ingredients to lose weight.
Even though HCA ruins the formula, we like the fact that L-tyrosine and chromium are added to the mix. Chromium works as a natural appetite suppressant and l-tyrosine may reduce blood pressure. While not all dieters have trouble with increased blood pressure after taking caffeine, it can affect some dieters in that manner. L-tyrosine does not work for everyone, but it is also generally considered safe.
- Caffeine and chromium are the stars of the supplement.
- Despite the poor ingredient list, QNT is not afraid to reveal all the ingredients in the formula.
- HCA is just not a safe alternative to other fat burning ingredients available today.
- We couldn’t find any testimonials supporting weight loss or thermogenic claims.
- May not be safe for caffeine-sensitive dieters.
When a company formulates a new fat burner, they need to take a look at current research. There is a chance that QNT Burner was formulated before the dangers of HCA were revealed, but it is a diet companies responsibility to keep up with current health claims and research. Just because the ingredient is still legal does not mean it is safe.