A fat burner by FuriousFormulations
Review Overview – What does Furious Cuts do?
Furious Cuts is a fat burner made by YouTube Celebrity Furious Pete.
It claims to help:
- Burn Fat
- Increase Energy
- Boost Focus
But does it really?
We’ve taken a close look at the science behind Pete’s supplement to see if it really is worth the investment. This is what we’ve found:
How are the servings?
With only one serving a day, there’s only so much benefit you can get from this fat burner at a time. After the initial effects have worn off, you’re no longer burning fat for the rest of the day. It’s disappointing.
What you should be looking for:
For the best results you need to be looking at fat burners that have around 3 – 4 servings a day, this helps constantly supply your body with the nutrients it needs to stay in that ’round-the-clock’ fat burning state.
P.S.: You can find the fat burners that do this best by checking out our top 3 in the link below:
What about the ingredients in Furious Cuts?
Good ingredients – but bad choices.
The ingredient profile in Furious Cuts seems more suited to a pre-workout rather than a fat burner, you should get a boost of energy, but not so much in terms of fat burning.
Take a look at what we’ve found:
L-Carnitine definitely helps with energy…
One of the key amino acids for boosting energy levels. L-Carnitine will give you more energy in the gym and allow you to workout for longer.
It’s well dosed here as well, for the full effects you need around 500 – 2500mg, and with the 1000mg in Furious Cuts there’s more than enough.
And the L-Phenylalanine may support mood however…
Known to support serotonin and ‘happy hormones’ in the brain – there’s just one problem… It hasn’t been seen to work as a supplement.
Oral consumption of Phenylalanine has shown that it is rapidly broken down after absorption blocking the user from getting the full effects.
But the caffeine may be a bit excessive…
With a whopping 200mg, Furious Cuts contains more caffeine than some pre-workouts, and may take users who aren’t used to this amount of caffeine over the edge with some dramatic side effects. More on that later.
Rhodiola Extract will help with focus…
Has been seen to help promote focus and mood, the Rhodiola in this product is well dosed and should give you that mental lift you need to keep going in the gym.
As will the Tyrosine…
Here to control some of the effects of the caffeine. It’s an anti-stress amino acid and may help to some effect when it comes to lowering jitters and the general ‘wired’ feeling of being on too much caffeine.
But the Cayenne Pepper appears to be the only effective thermogenic in here…
Which is disappointing. Cayenne helps raise your core temperature, which your body then has to naturally lower which burns more calories and contributes to your fat loss.
Ingredients Bottom Line
Overall this is a pretty poor profile for Furious Cuts. The main active ingredients are the caffeine and the L-Carnitine which will promote energy, and not much else.
The only thermogenic is the cayenne pepper, which provides some benefit, but not enough for a radical change.
To find out what you should be looking for in a fat burner, check out our top fat burning ingredients page for all the best choices:
The main concern with this fat burner is the caffeine content. Although the stimulant has its merits, this is far too high for a fat burner.
If you’re not used to having a lot of stimulants in your diet, this could lead to several side effects such as:
- Light Headedness
Be careful around this fat burner.
Furious Cuts Review Conclusion
On the whole, Furious Cuts needs a lot of work, and we have a feeling it has a potential to work as a mediocre pre-workout, but not as an effective fat burner.
Let’s look at the facts.
There’s only one thermogenic in this product – cayenne pepper. A good choice, but there needs to a lot more than just that to see the best results. You need things like Green Tea, Green Coffee Bean and other core nutrients like a dedicated appetite suppressant such as glucomannan.
There’s also too much caffeine – 200mg risks side effects if you’re not used to it (listed above) and is definitely not for the faint hearted.
Finally the servings, with only 1 a day there’s only so much impact this product can have as it doesn’t support all-day fat burning.
In closing this is a good supplement for energy, but not much else.
If you want to see what we’re using at the moment for maximum fat loss, see below for the fat burner that gave us the most effective results: