A product by RVB
Review Overview – What does Quickburn do?
Quickburn is a natural fat burner brought to us by RVB.
It’s claimed to:
- Boost Energy and Metabolism
- Increase Fat Loss
But how well does it work really?
We’ve taken a close look at what goes into this fat burner and what we think about it.
This is what we’ve found:
How are the servings?
With only one serving a day, you will not get round the clock fat burning with Quickburn.
To keep your body in a constant fat burning state, you need a constant supply of the nutrients that achieve this.
For the best results it’s recommended you have 3 – 4 servings a day to keep everything performing at maximum capacity.
P.S. You can see the fat burners that do this the best by hitting the link below:
What about the ingredients in Quickburn?
The problem is that the product is full of proprietary blends. This means we don’t know how much of each ingredient is being used or how effective it will be.
There are also several ingredients in this product that may cause side effects.
Here’s what you need to know about what’s in this product:
One of the best natural stimulants for increasing energy levels, metabolism and overall power output.
It’s definitely a useful nutrient, but what’s important here is the dosage, with no information on how much is being used, it makes it difficult for us to know exactly how effective Quickburn is.
Thought to help provoke the release of serotonin – the ‘feel good hormone’, which may help with your mood and motivation while training.
However, studies have shown that oral supplementation of this nutrient is ineffective as it is broken down too quickly after absorption to activate.
This is a better option, and helps with appetite suppression.
Glucomannan is a natural fibrous complex used in Japanese cooking. Known to expand in the stomach, this nutrient promotes feelings of fullness, which reduces your hunger cravings.
An amino acid that doesn’t promote fat loss, but may help with stimulants.
Known for its anti-stress benefits, L-Tyrosine could have some positive effects if you’re prone to jitters from caffeine.
One of the better thermogenics out there.
Once absorbed by the body, the catechins in green tea help promote norepinephrine – the fat burning hormone.
It is also mildly caffeinated which can give you that extra boost.
One of the weakest fat burners on the market.
Originally thought, and heavily marketed, to be one of the best fat burners on the market – there has been no human evidence to support this.
The only successful results in studies were seen in rats – this does not scale up for humans.
A bark that may support appetite suppression, but may also lead to side effects.
Studies have shown when dosed incorrectly Yohimbe can cause some negative side effects. You can find out more in our side effects section below.
Another ingredient that causes side effects – especially when mixed with green tea or caffeine.
Synephrine has been seen in numerous studies to negatively effect some users and doesn’t significantly promote fat loss.
Check below to see the full extent of the side effects.
A mildly caffeinated nutrient. Nothing special here, may give some energy benefits.
One of the better amino acids for energy and metabolism.
Unfortunately, studies suggest that you need around 500 – 2500mg of L-Carnitine to get the full effects. Nowhere near what you find in Quickburn’s blend.
It won’t have much effect here, if any.
Ingredients Bottom Line:
Overall the main problem is here is the proprietary blend.
We don’t know how much of each ingredient is being used or how effective it will be.
Some ingredients are clearly underdosed, due to small blends, and some may even cause side-effects.
There are better options out there.
As you can see this is not the best nutrient profile we’ve come across.
To see what you should be looking for in a fat burner, check out our top rated ingredients page below:
Your main concerns here are the Yohimbe and the Synephrine.
Yohimbe bark may help with appetite suppression, but it has been reported in some users to cause anxiety, gastrointestinal distress and hypertension.
Synephrine on the other hand when mixed with caffeine or green tea (both of which are in this product) has been seen to cause:
- Raised Blood Pressure
Be careful choosing this fat burner.
Quickburn Review Conclusion
To wrap up this review, it’s pretty clear that Quickburn isn’t the fat burner you’re looking for and there are several reasons why.
This is what you need to know:
- Proprietary Blends – You don’t know how much of each ingredient is being used or how effective it will be
- Potential Side Effects – Yohimbe and Synephrine have been seen to cause side effects in some cases
- Poor Servings – 1 serving a day does not ensure round the clock fat burning
As you can see there are better options out there than Quickburn.
To see what our readers have had the most success with, why not check out our highest rated review in the link below: