Ultimate Burn Review

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Ultimate Burn was a popular weight loss supplement when it contained ephedra. The company pulled the supplement off the market and released it without ephedra some time later. According to the product description we found, Ultimate Burn is not better than it was – but that is not likely a true statement. Ephedra was one of those proven weight loss ingredients that has not been replaced with a new ingredient. Ephedra products often use synephrine or a combination of caffeine and other stimulants to mimic the feeling of ephedra, but no combination of ingredients will produce the same proven results.

List of Ingredients


  • Ephedra Extract
  • Acacia Rigidula
  • Caffeine Anhydrous
  • Citrus Aurantium Extract
  • Methylsynephrine HCL
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Hydroxycitric Acid
  • Cinnamon Extract

Thyroid Complex:

  • Guggulsterones
  • Coleus Forskohlii
  • Raspberry Ketones
  • Ginger Root Extract

Heat Complex:

  • Quebracho Blanco Extract
  • Capsicum Chinese Extract
  • Cayenne Pepper Extract
  • Hordenine HCL
  • N-Methyl-Tyramine HCL
  • Tyramine HCL
  • Octopamine HCL

Product Features

The first ingredient is ephedra extract. Ephedra extract is available in multiple forms. The banned form is now only available over the counter at pharmacies where your personal information is collected and tracked because there are limits to how much consumers can buy. The ephedra extract in Ultimate Burn is not the regulated extract – so it is not the stimulant dieters are expecting to take.

The next few ingredients are caffeine, synephrine, green tea extract and hydroxycitric acid. Caffeine and green tea extract have clinical studies to support use as a weight loss supplement. The total amount of caffeine and green tea in Ultimate Burn is a bit of a concern though. There is 300 mg of caffeine and 100 mg of green tea extract. That is far too much caffeine and far too little green tea. They could be reversed for optimal weight loss support.

Synephrine and hydroxycitric acid are two stimulants dieters should be cautious of. These stimulants are commonly used in place of real ephedra and carry some of the same potential side effects. Synephrine is a cousin to ephedra being watched by the Food and Drug Administration. Hydroxycitric acid was the topic of investigation that resulted in recall of some supplements containing the ingredient – also known as garcinia cambogia.

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  • We were able to find a complete list of ingredients for Ultimate Burn.
  • The list of ingredient was published as a picture of the label.


  • The ingredient list shows ephedra extract.
  • The ephedra extract is not the proven extract formerly found in diet supplements.
  • The Ultimate Burn formula is packed with tons of stimulants – some dangerous.


Ultimate Burn is not a safe alternative to all-natural, proven weight loss supplements. The stimulants alone are enough to cause negative side effects for some dieters. We suggest finding a supplement that contains proven stimulants like green tea and caffeine in safe amounts.

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