Miracleburn Review - Does This Weight-Loss Supplement Work? Are ineffectiveness and side effects deal breakers?
My love of diet products is only bested by my passion for reviewing them. When we check out a product, we go beyond looking at the basics of ingredients, side effects, customer service and research. We also look at experiences. After sifting through hundreds of comments from real users, we condense and summarize everything to give you the bottom line.
What is Miracleburn?
To start, Miracleburn (or Miracleburn 360) is an all-natural weight-loss pill that claims to contain no caffeine or stimulants. The ingredients include citrus aurantium, cassia seed extract, mulberry leaf extract and green tea. It’s important to note that citrus aurantium is a stimulant and green tea supplies caffeine. The company prides itself on offering an all-natural supplement, but this doesn’t always mean effective.
Miracle Burn is made by Marine Supplements. As far as we can tell, the company and the product have been around since 2013, so there’s not a lot of longevity. We like the money back guarantee, and the fact that there are some positive reviews, but read on…
Ineffective – “No Results!”
The first issue is that many people just didn’t see results with Miracle Burn 360 ingredients. “You can have all the proven ingredients in the world, but if there’s not an effective dose in the formula, you’re not going to get results,” said our Research Editor.
”Didn’t do anything for me but making me pee very often,” shared a user.
”Had no results what so ever! My husband and I both purchased a bottle of this stuff and both are not at all impressed,” said one dieter.
Others swear they owe their weight-loss success to this supplement.
“I love this stuff. Helps control my appetite all day and curbs cravings for anything sweet and sugary,” a happy customer says.
“This is my second week taking them and I’ve lost 5lbs in addition to working out 5 days a week-so its been very encouraging and a great jump start,” was another experience.
Miracleburn Side Effects – “Worth it?”
We found that some users reported Miracleburn side effects. You should never pay for a supplement that causes reactions like this.
”MiracleBurn did not work for me and it made my face turn red. I eventually discovered that it was raising my blood pressure,” explained a dieter who tried the supplement.
”No weight loss. Caused…gastro problems,” was another result of taking Miracleburn.
Yet, there were also many users who didn’t experience any side effects.
“Its amazing, my appetite has been curbed, and I don’t feel any side effects,” a happy customer shared.
A review also said, “Most importantly, I don’t feel jittery like I normally do when taking weight loss pills.”
As we’ve researched, we’ve learned it doesn’t take much to turn dieters away from products. A small issue like side effects or ineffectiveness will send people running to another formula to get the results they are looking for. Based on reviews, this could be a problem for Miracleburn.
The Science – “So-So”
Yes, this formula contains clinically tested ingredients like green tea, but we don’t know how much. It seems it would be more effective to purchase proven amounts at a lower cost, at the local drug store. Plus, we have to look at the potential side effects that come with citrus aurantium, especially when combined with caffeine. At DietSpotlight, we want to see science, because we want to know our readers aren’t falling victim to snake oil.
The Bottom Line – Does Miracleburn Work?
Is Miracleburn really all it’s cracked up to be? Well, it contains ingredients known to help with weight-loss, but maybe not in the therapeutic amounts required to see results. There is the potential for side effects, based on science and customer reports. All these factors leave us hesitant to recommend it.
If you’re ready to get rid of that extra weight, focus on finding a clinically tested, effective weight-loss supplement, made with ingredients you know are designed to support your efforts.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. We like that is made with ingredients known to support weight-loss, and that over our research, we couldn’t find any reports of harmful side effects. It lets us know users are happy with their experiences.
As a bonus, there’s a Special Trial Offer available right now, so if you’re ready to lose weight, you can give it a try.
Previous Miracleburn Review (Updated August 24, 2008):
What You Should KnowMiracleburn is a non-prescription weight loss supplement that was developed and manufactured by Excell Now, LLC, a company that has been around for over 20 years. This dietary supplement aims to boost metabolism levels, burn fat, suppress and increase energy throughout the day. Miracleburn is offered in capsule form and is taken with water. This diet product appears to be marketed toward adult men and women. A free seven-day trial of Miracleburn is offered via the official website. Excell Now, LLC claims to be "devoted to maintaining the highest standards," which they state are set by the NNFA (National Nutritional Foods Association). Miracleburn is claimed to make use of powerful herbs (supposedly 15 times the strength of standard herbs) that are grown to perfection. The official Miracleburn website does offer consumer testimonials, along with before and after pictures of past Miracleburn users.
List of IngredientsSome key ingredients found in Miracleburn are Hoodia (controls appetite), Advantra-Z (also known as bitter orange is claimed to burn fat), Glucomannan (produces a feeling of fullness), White Willow Bark (helps metabolism and boosts energy) Yerba Mate (boosts energy levels), GTF Chromium (helps to regulate fat and carbohydrates), Iodine (assists metabolism) and L-Carnitine (amino acid). No full list given.
Product FeaturesMiracleburn is a weight loss supplement that's sold in the form of a capsule. This diet drug aims to boost metabolism levels, burn fat, suppress hunger and increase energy throughout the day. Miracleburn appears to be geared toward men and women alike. A healthy diet and regular fitness regimen are likely to increase the benefits of Miracleburn. Miracleburn is stated to contain "very powerful herbs." Key components of Miracleburn are Hoodia (organic from South Africa), Advantra-Z (bitter orange), Glucomannan, White Willow Bark, Yerba Mate, GTF Chromium, Iodine and L-Carnitine, which is an amino acid. This diet supplement is meant to be taken daily with water. Miracleburn endeavors to boost energy levels and the manufacturer's claim that it begins working from the first day.
- Miracleburn can be easily and conveniently purchased through the official website.
- Miracleburn contains some natural ingredients.
- A free 7-day trial of Miracleburn is offered via the official website.
- Miracleburn comes in a convenient capsule form.
- Miracleburn is not sold in stores and can only be obtained from the official website.
- Some ingredients found in Miracleburn may not be suitable for some individuals.
- Miracleburn is stated to work along with a healthy eating plan and regular exercise.
- Miracleburn may not be suitable for women who are pregnant or breast-feeding.
- A healthy diet and regular exercise may produce similar or the same results as with Miracleburn.