UltraBurn Review - Does This Fat Burner Really Work? Are few customer reviews and side effects deal breakers?
No joke – over 50% of diet products simply don’t work. So, what about UltraBurn? We looked at ingredients, side effects, customer service, and clinical research. Then, we went on to read user reviews and comments to see what they really thought. We summarized everything so you could get the bottom line.
What is UltraBurn?
Firstly, UltraBurn is a fat burner that is supposed to help the user burn more body fat compared to diet and exercise alone. The ingredients are Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Green Tea Extract, Capsule (Gelatin, Colour (Titanium Dioxide, Allura Red) Purified Water), Anti Caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate), Alpha Lipoic Acid, Caffeine Anhydrous, L-Tyrosine, L-Theanine, Capsicum, Green Coffee Bean, Anti Caking Agent (Magnesium Stearate), Flow Agent (Silica), Pyridoxine HCL (Vitamin B6), Bulking Agent (Microcrystalline Cellulose), Black Pepper Extract (Piper Nigrum), Vitamin B12, Chromium Picolinate.
Protein Dynamix is behind the formula. They claim to be a “fresh thinking sports nutrition brand.” We like that several of the ingredients have been clinically tested and that you can purchase from the official website, but read on…
Few Customer Reviews – “Who is Taking This?”
Our first issue, and maybe one of the most important for the customer, is that we were unable to find a substantial number of product reviews. “Experts agree that dieters, and other buyers, check the Internet for ratings and details before making a purchase,” said our Research Editor. “If they find nothing, the chance they will buy drops dramatically.”
UltraBurn Side Effects – “Watch Out?”
Our next issue is the reports of side effects. Just because something is all natural and considered safe doesn’t mean it won’t potentially cause issues for some users.
”I had to stop taking this because of heart palpitations,” said a customer.
”I felt like this sped me up too much and couldn’t get my heart rate to normalize so I had to stop taking this stuff, even though I was getting results,” according to one review.
Some customers didn’t experience any side effects.
“This stuff worked wonders and I didn’t experience any side effects,” said a reviewer.
“I have experienced side effects with a lot of supplements, but not this one,” reported another customer.
Over the years, we’ve learned that if there’s one minor thing wrong, like side effects, customers will go in search of something else. They’d rather not worry about negative issues, and focus on finding something they know that will work
The Science – “Maybe”
There is some science to support some of the active ingredients in the formula. But, we’d like to see a bit more attention to the amounts. Take alpha lipoic acid into consideration; studies say 1800mg a day can be effective, but there’s nowhere near that in this product. However, there’s more than enough caffeine – maybe too much for some users.
The Bottom Line – Does UltraBurn Work?
What’s the real deal with UltraBurn? There are a few good ingredients in the mix and research is out there to support those, but it’s almost as if the formula is hit or miss. We love some parts and don’t understand why they’d even include others. This leaves us skeptical about giving it the green light.
If the time has come to jumpstart your metabolism, you may want to check out a weight-loss supplement that contains clinically tested safe and effective ingredients. It should have no harsh side effects, and come with plenty of information about the right dose to take to achieve results.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. Made with a unique blend of four key ingredients all shown in clinical studies to help boost metabolism, kick-start fat loss and fight hunger, we were impressed. And, when we saw few negative customer reviews, we knew we had a winner.
Plus, right now, the manufacturer is giving everyone a Special Trial Offer, which is a positive.
Previous UltraBurn Review (Updated December 29, 2011):
What You Should KnowThe Ultra Burn is a dietary supplement that is supposed to help the user burn 3 times as much body fat than dieting or exercising without the supplement. The makers of Ultra burn offers quite a bit of scientific explanations about how the product is supposed to work. However, the site did not translate the scientific data and lingo into words that can be understood by the average consumer. The company also produces clinical research studies that are supposed to indicate the safety of the product. The site did not offer customer testimonials that could be helpful to some potential customers when they are trying to make an informed decision.
List Of IngredientsUltra Burn is supposed to have only one ingredient which is listed as 7-Oxo DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone).
Product FeaturesUltra Burn single ingredient is 7-Oxo DHEA. This ingredient is thought to increase the thermogenesis process in the body which is supposed to help the body the ability to burn calories and fat more effectively. The company cites research completed by the University of Wisconsin on DHEA. The research found the ingredient to be effective and safe because it is not supposed to cause side effects such as stimulations. The research study did their testing on particular amounts of DHEA however, the Ultra Burn product website does not indicate the amount of active ingredient is in each dose.
- 7-OXO DHEA has been tested by a third party with clinical trials.
- The active ingredient was found to be safe and is patented.
- Ultra burn offers a 30-day money back guarantee
- The company claims there will be no side effects.
- The information is not provided in a consumer friendly format.
- No dosage information was provided.
- The amount of active ingredient in each dose is unclear, this would be helpful in determining if the research study is relevant to the supplement.