Turbo Truffle Review
What You Should Know
Turbo Truffle is one of those products that women have been waiting for – chocolate and caffeine in a truffle. The company has an official website for the Turbo Truffle, which packs a whopping 150 mg of caffeine into one tasty treat. The pictures on the website have clearly been altered to add the Turbo Truffle package or candy – but that is common. What is more important is the information provided to the reader about the product and there is a lot of information. The Turbo Truffle is available in eight flavors, including outrageous orange, racing raspberry and toffee tornado. Interestingly, the company does not offer a classic chocolate truffle.
List of Ingredients
- Cocoa Butter
- Whole Milk Powder
- Chocolate Processed with Alkali
- Butter Oil
- Invert Sugar
- Corn Syrup
- Vegetable Oil
- Cocoa Powder
Dieters shouldn’t be taken aback by the long list of ingredients. Most of the ingredients in the formula are used to create the truffle that holds the caffeine. Each of the Turbo Truffles contains just 45 calories. The suggested use is three truffles per day or 135 calories. While the calorie impact is small, if the dieter chooses to use this product for energy and does not reduce calorie intake the caffeine will not have any impact on weight loss. The only time caffeine works to increase weight loss is when it is used regularly with a reduced calorie diet and exercise program.
The 150 mg of caffeine per truffle is slightly higher than we expected. We’re certain the outrageous flavors are used to hide the caffeine taste, but if the company hides the taste too well, someone could accidently consume too many Turbo Truffles and get sick from the overdose of caffeine.
The cost of Turbo Truffle is also an issue. One Turbo Truffle costs about $1. That is much more than the average energy supplement or fat burner that contains the same amount of caffeine packaged with other energy and metabolism boosting ingredients.
- Turbo Truffle tastes great.
- The chocolate candy supplies a strong source of caffeine.
- There are multiple flavors to choose from.
- Turbo Truffle may be too strong for some people.
- There is 150 mg of caffeine per serving.
- The suggested serving is three per day so one month would cost about $90.
Turbo Truffle is a novelty item, at best. Most dieters and consumers are not willing to spend $90 a month for a caffeinated chocolate. Despite the fact that the product tastes great, according to reviews, the caffeine impact is not worth the cost.