Sci Fit Fat Burner Review
What You Should Know
Sci-Fit Fat Burner is a fat burner that claims to help dieters meet their weight loss goals. You can read through thousands of product descriptions and they’ll all say generally the same thing. This product is the best and it contains all the right ingredients. Sci-Fit Fat Burner may contain one good ingredient, but that’s it. The rest of the active ingredients are more likely to cause negative side effects than positive benefits.
When you find a fat burner you’d like to try, take a look around for testimonials from dieters just like you. If you can’t find any testimonials, don’t try the product. We found no positive testimonials or weight loss claims for Sci-Fit Fat Burner.
List of Ingredients
- Garcinia Cambogia
- Uva Ursi
- Vitamin B6
- Chromium Picolinate
Garcinia cambogia went through a series of tests before it hit the market and it looked like a safe ingredient. The fat burner showed promise for dieters who wanted an alternative to caffeine and other stimulants. Then there started to be reports of liver damage, particularly associated with one company that sold supplements with garcinia cambogia as the main ingredient. Eventually the FDA got involved and the products were pulled from the market. There appears to be some correlation between garcinia cambogia and negative side effects so dieters should skip this ingredient.
Uva ursi and dandelion aren’t really fat burners at all. We like to call these ingredients faux burners. Supplement companies include diuretics, or water pills, in diet supplements to fool the dieter into thinking they are losing weight. In reality, they are losing water and it looks like weight loss on the scale. Some blood pressure medications are diuretics, so dieters taking blood pressure medications should not take uva ursi or dandelion root.
Chromium is the only positive ingredient in Sci-Fit Fat Burner. This ingredient may help control hunger naturally, without negative side effects and when it comes to weight loss supplements it’s all about the side effects. If blood glucose is kept under control, excessive hunger should happen less often.
- We like the fact that the company behind Sci-Fit Fat Burner is willing to share the ingredient list.
- Garcinia cambogia is not a safe fat burner.
- At least one ingredient is linked to negative side effects.
- Uva ursi and dandelion root are not fat burning ingredients.
Sci-Fit Fat Burner makes claims the ingredient list can’t live up to. The fat burning ingredient is not safe and may be the cause of some liver damage. Uva ursi and dandelion root aren’t fat burning ingredients at all and the dieter can find chromium over the counter for a fraction of the cost of this supplement.