What You Should Know
Quadracarn is a fat loss supplement formulated by Beverly International. This is one of the few supplements that admit to the fact that the formula is generic and not specialized. According to the product description, the general ingredients in Quadracarn offer support for various body functions, but the company does not bother to list clinical proof for any of the functions claimed. The trouble with general supplement is that companies use the natural effect of the ingredients in the body as the claim to fame. For instance, drinking water improves skin health by hydrating the body. However, drinking two gallons of water a day does not increasingly improve skin health. L-Carnitine and Gymnema Sylvestre, the active ingredients in Quadracarn, may support healthy body functions, but they will not increase energy and fat loss the way a dieter expects.
List of Ingredients
Quadracarn Pharmacologically Balanced Carnitine Analog Fusion:
- Gymnema Leaf Extract
The product description for Quadracarn is extremely interesting. Beverly International makes a point to show the best about each ingredient in the formula, but the wording is what’s truly important. According to Beverly International, the ingredients may support blood flow, which may move more testosterone throughout the body and may support cell health and muscle growth. There are plenty of claims about fat burners and weight loss supplements that may have one positive effect or another, but a dieter should not have to pay for a supplement that may work when there are ingredients proven to work.
The one statement from Beverly International that we agree with is that this supplement is non-stimulant. There is no caffeine, synephrine, guarana or other form of stimulant on the ingredient list. We don’t see this as a huge benefit figuring as caffeine is proven to boost metabolism.
- The ingredient list for Quadracarn is available online.
- The product is available for sale from trusted online retailers.
- Even the company agrees that the formula is not proven to boost metabolism.
- Contains no stimulants – caffeine is proven to boost metabolism.
Quadracarn is one of the few supplements we have reviewed that admits to being ineffective or lacking proof of claims. The word “may” appears in the product description multiple times. The dieter should not have to pay money for a supplement that is not even supported by the selling company.
We support supplements with proven ingredients and there are clinical studies on humans for ingredients like green tea, caffeine and chromium. In the right quantities, these three ingredients could be much more effective than Quadracarn.