• First published on January 26, 2018
We’ve always got our ears to the ground when it comes to reviewing and testing the leading health and fitness supplements on the market, so we wanted to take a closer look at Burn HD.
The purpose of this review article is to give you all of the information you need to know before trying this product.
We’re going to take a close look at the ingredients, the customer reviews and all of the product background to help you make an informed choice about this product.
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So, let’s get cracking and by taking a look at what Burn HD is all about.
As you’ve no doubt already gathered, Burn HD is a supplement designed to help support your goals. It fits into the so-called ‘fat burner’ category of supplements.
The label of the packaging says that you can expect to benefit from various things by taking this product. That all sounds pretty good to us.
However, the main thing to bear in mind when considering any kind of supplement is the ingredients it contains.
You can find out much more about some of our favorite ingredients for products of this type on our best ingredients page.
So, with the introductions out of the way, it’s now time to start taking a close look at what is exactly in this supplement.
Let’s kick off this section by taking a close look at the ingredients label of Burn HD in full:
As you can see, it’s a pretty small and simple ingredients list.
Our main concern which we noticed right away is that Burn HD uses a proprietary blend called Meratrim.
We’re generally not fans of proprietary blends at all because it means that the manufacturer has only included the names of the ingredients and not the individual doses of each substance.
Secondly, Meratrim contains sphaeranthus indicus and garcinia mangostana, which are not ingredients we’ve seen feature very regularly in supplements of this type.
There are some good things in Burn HD, however.
We were happy to see Green Tea Extract, Caffeine and Chromium on the ingredients label.
All three of these substances are on our list of the best ingredients, so that’s one big box ticked by Burn HD.
In case you didn’t know, Chromium in particular, can contribute to normal macronutrient metabolism and the normal maintenance of blood glucose levels.
However, there were quite a few things missing from this product, which we’ll get into below.
Although Burn HD does contain three of our favorite ingredients in Green Tea Extract, Caffeine and Chromium, there were also quite a lot of things missing.
As we mentioned above, it was disappointing not to see any Cayenne Pepper or Glucomannan on the label.
Cayenne Pepper is a popular ingredient that is commonly found in the top products in this category.
Glucomannan is a dietary fiber which is also added to some of the leading supplements of this type.
It was also a shame to to find any Green Coffee Bean Extract on the label. It’s another popular ingredient in this kind of supplement.
Another less important thing missing was Black Pepper Extract. It’s always good to check if your supplement includes this.
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Most modern sports and workout supplements are pretty safe as they tend to only contain commonly used ingredients.
With Burn HD, the main thing to bear in mind is that it includes a 75mg dose of Caffeine per serving, so we definitely wouldn’t recommend taking this product too close to bedtime to avoid it messing with your sleep.
We also always recommend to carefully check the ingredients label for yourself before taking any new supplement for the first time.
As always, we do also strongly recommend consulting your doctor before taking any food supplement for the first time.
Each bottle of Burn HD contains 60 capsules, which is one month’s supply of two per day.
The directions say that you should take on capsule of Burn HD twice a day, at least 30 minutes before meals.
As we mentioned above, because of the caffeine, we wouldn’t recommend taking this product too close to bedtime.
We generally prefer products that require more than two doses a day, because it means that your body is consistently being provided with the ingredients.
We found quite a lot of reviews of Burn HD on Amazon.com.
It seems to be generally well received, with a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 at the time of writing this article.
Someone said that they had been taking it for a few days and that they had never felt so good in their life.
However, there were also some people who said they didn’t notice any results and complained about some recurring transaction fees.
Not in our humble opinion. Although Burn HD does contain a few good things, the use of a proprietary blend and its very expensive price tag has put us off this product.
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As we always say when discussing any type of supplement, you should remember that there is no ‘magic pill’ when it comes to hitting your goals.
The first things you should do if you’re looking to lose weight is make sure that both your diet and training regime is on point.
That being said, if you’re already training hard and eating right, then a good supplement can help to support you as you look to take responsibility for your results.
So that wraps up our review of Burn HD by Dietspotlight.
Overall, this is an OK product and contains a few decent ingredients.
But we feel that it’s let down by the fact that it uses a proprietary blend and because it is very expensive.
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