Inferno Max Review - Does This Fat Burner Really Work?
In the weeks that led to this review, I figured out whether Inferno Max actually works. We did one of our in-depth investigations, closely examining the ingredients, side effects, customer-service quality and clinical studies. Plus we looked at all sorts of user remarks and comments that are posted online. Finally, we summed up all of the facts and details in order to give you the bottom line.
What is Inferno Max?
To begin, Inferno Max is a supplement intended to help burn off fat, boost metabolism, increase energy levels and aid with weight reduction. The ingredients include caffeine, niacin, cayenne pepper, green tea, synephrine, guggulsterones, yohimbine hcl and sclareolide. This is an over-the-counter supplement for women and men alike. You need to take this formula daily with water. However, there is no diet plan mentioned. It’s best to avoid taking this product in the evenings, since it contains stimulants.
We are not sure about the manufacturer of Inferno Max capsules. After all, there is no information provided. However, this diet supplement was once sold through GNC. It does contain some natural ingredients and it is easy to use/take anywhere. Also, the stimulants in this formula may help boost endurance levels for workouts, but read on…
Side Effects – “Is It Safe?”
One concern we have is Inferno Max side effects. “This diet supplement may lead to unwanted adverse reactions such as jitteriness, anxiety, headache, nausea, stomach pains, insomnia and rapid heartbeat,” says our Research Editor.
One customer commented, “Inferno Max causes heart palpitations. It also gives me a headache. I was taking it in the morning before workouts.”
Then again, a different user stated, “This stuff increases your energy levels and focus. Kind of like a Red Bull drink.”
Another commented, “Not bad so far. I like the buzz it gives me.”
Discouraging User Comments – “Another Concern”
Another issue is the discouraging user comments we found online. For instance, one customer posted, “Inferno Max did not help me lose weight. It will give you a boost, but no fat loss or anything like that.”
On the other hand, a different person reported, “It’s decent as far as these products go. I’ve had better though.”
“Makes me a bit jittery, but it does help me with my workouts,” mentioned another.
Our research has shown if there is a particular aspect of a diet supplement or fitness program that is especially problematic (side effects, discouraging user comments, steep price) the likelihood of long-term success is slim. Therefore if Inferno Max does in fact cause unwanted adverse reactions in a lot of people, this could be a serious problem.
The Science – “Any?”
To start, Inferno Max does contain green tea and caffeine, which have been shown to boost metabolism. However, we at DietSpotlight did not find any clinical studies that pertain directly to this weight-loss product. Also, this formula may cause some unwanted side effects.
The Bottom Line – Does Inferno Max Work?
Now the moment you’ve been waiting for. This is our bottom line on Inferno Max capsules. Firstly, we like that this supplement contains some natural herbs. It’s also good to see that this formula is easy to use anywhere. However, we have some reservations about this weight-loss product because it’s not supported by any clinical studies. Also, we’re concerned about the unpleasant side effects that some users have reported.
If you’d like to drop more weight, then we advise you to select a product that does not cause any unwanted adverse effects, is backed by solid clinical studies and is supported by numerous encouraging user comments.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. Its formula is a powerful blend of four ingredients. Some of which have been shown in documented clinical research to help boost metabolism and increase fat loss. There are no negative user reviews, and the comments we found around the web express people are seeing substantial results.
The makers of Leptigen are so positive about their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is uncommon.
Previous Inferno Max Review (Updated September 26, 2015):
What You Should Know
Inferno Max appears to be a weight loss supplement once sold through GNC. The product is no longer listed for sale from GNC or any other supplement website. The ingredient list is available on various websites, but without an official website for the product, we cannot be sure all ingredients are listed. The main ingredient used in the supplement is caffeine and there is a lot of caffeine (and other stimulating ingredients) in the supplement. Dieters sensitive to caffeine may find the side effects are even stronger and long-lasting.
List of Ingredients
Caffeine, green tea, synephrine, niacin, guggulsterones, sclareolide, cayenne pepper, and black pepper.
The ingredient list for Inferno Max starts with clinically proven substances. Caffeine has been proven to increase metabolism by increasing heart rate. The faster the heart beats the more energy the body uses. There is a limit to this effect, however. Taking in too much caffeine can lead to caffeine overdose and a long list of health risks. This is especially true if the dieter takes Inferno Max and continues to drink caffeine-containing beverages throughout the day. The supplement may have only 100 mg of caffeine, but take it with coffee or caffeinated soda and that amount increases.
Green tea is another proven ingredient, but it also contains caffeine. We did not find any clinical evidence listed to prove the weight loss benefits of green tea, which is an oversight. All it takes is a quick online search and the dieter can find hundreds of clinical studies supporting healthy uses for green tea.
Synephrine rounds out the stimulants in Inferno Max. Synephrine is supposed to have the same effects as Ephedra, but that is just an unproven claim. Synephrine has never tested as effective as Ephedra simply because it is not as effective as Ephedra. It will increase heart rate and blood pressure, but these effects will only compound the side effects of too much caffeine.
Niacin is a B vitamin, but we don't believe it is included in the supplement for that purpose. When Niacin is taken, it causes a flushing effect on the skin that some dieters associate with fat burn. Flushing does not mean the supplement is working to increase metabolism.
Inferno Max sells for about $40 though we could not find any bottles for sale.
- Caffeine and green tea are proven weight loss ingredients.
- No detailed list of ingredients.
- No clinical proof the supplement works.
- May cause jitters and shakes.
- No longer for sale.
Inferno Max is a fat burning supplement once sold through GNC. The product contains many stimulants, which could be a problem for caffeine-sensitive dieters. We suggest choosing a current supplement with clinical evidence it works.