Turbo Burn Review
What You Should Know
Turbo Burn is a liquid fat burner sold in the UK by the SciTec company. SciTec Nutritionals is also responsible for Liquid Shock, another fat burner that is more potent than Turbo Burn. We were able to find a complete list of ingredients for the supplement and the ingredient totals are a bit confusing. There is 1,000ml in each bottle and one serving ranges from 25ml to 100ml. SciTec lists the total mg for the main active ingredients for both dosage suggestions, but there is no real guidance as to which dosage is best for the dieter.
List of Ingredients
- Grape Juice Concentrate
- Guarana Extract
- Citric Acid
- Potassium Sorbate
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B12
In the United States, liquid energy drinks are consumed on a daily basis by some people. They often contain B vitamins, caffeine and guarana, all generally safe for daily consumption. The caffeine and guarana totals vary between brands, but dieters can typically trust there is no more than 100mg of caffeine per serving in a small two-ounce container. Turbo Burn is a huge bottle of that same type of energy boosting liquid. Each serving ranges from 25ml to 100ml. The 100ml serving is about three ounces.
Each 100ml serving contains 200mg of caffeine and 2,000mg of guarana. Guarana is typically standardized for caffeine, which could mean there is quite a bit more than 200mg of caffeine – but there is no way of knowing.
The 100ml serving of Turbo Burn supplies 300 calories. Those are empty calories that could impact weight loss if the dieter takes more than one serving of Turbo Burn per day.
- There is caffeine in Turbo Burn.
- Caffeine will increase energy and metabolism.
- Costs less per ounce than the energy shots.
- Could easily be overdosed.
- Contains a ton of guarana.
- There are more than 300 calories per serving.
- Could be too much caffeine for some dieters.
Turbo Burn may be nearly the same liquid energy supplement sold in those small bottles at your local convenience store, but it comes in a huge 1,000ml container. The dieter is responsible for measuring out the supplement, which could lead to overdose of caffeine and guarana. If you are going to use an energy supplement like Turbo Burn, you should measure accurately using only liquid measuring devices. Remember, 5ml is one teaspoon and 15ml is one tablespoon so the 100ml serving is equivalent to slightly less than seven tablespoons.