A so-called ‘fat burner’ is a blanket name which generally refers to (usually) plant-based food supplements which are designed to help support your body goals.
There are so many different supplements on sale these days that it can quickly become very confusing as to which one to pick.
Luckily for you, we’ve done all of the research for you to make your life easier.
In this comparison article, we’re going to take a close look at both Instant Knockout and Animal Cuts, by looking at the important parts of both products.
We’re going to focus on the following five criteria:
• Company reputation and product background
• The servings
• The ingredients and dosages
• Side effects
Then, we’re going to pick which of the two products we think is best.
Please note that most of the supplements in this category, including the ones featured on this page, have not been proven to help with fat loss and fat burning.
So, let’s get right down to business and start comparing Instant Knockout with Animal Cuts.
Both Instant Knockout and Animal Cuts are extremely popular products, and you’ll find plenty of information about both of them online.
Here’s what you need to know about both of them in a nutshell:
Instant Knockout summary:
• Made by specialist company Roar Ambition
• Designed to support your goals
• Uses Green Tea, Cayenne Pepper and Glucomannan
• Contains Caffeine
• Used by MMA fighters and pro boxers
• Sold directly to consumers from official website
Animal Cuts summary:
• Made by Universal Nutrition
• Designed to support your goals
• Claimed to boost energy
• Ingredients delivered in capsule ‘paks’
As you can see, both of these products fit into fairly similar categories, but there are some subtle differences.
Firstly, Instant Knockout is provided in capsule form, which you can take with a glass of water.
Animal Cuts also comes in capsule form, but the pills are grouped together into ‘paks’ of which you’re supposed to take at once.
If you’ve done any research for yourself, you’ll have no doubt already heard about both of these products.
But we’re going to give this round to Instant Knockout because it seems to have a stronger reputation online than Animal Cuts.
Instant Knockout: 1 | Animal Cuts: 0
Next up is the servings.
If you’re looking to judge which supplement is going to be the most effective, the serving size and timing is often a big clue.
Generally, the top products in this category require you to take it multiple times a day, thus regularly supplying your body with the ingredients more regularly.
Each bottle of Instant Knockout contains 120 capsules, which is one month’s supply of four per day.
With Instant Knockout, you take one capsule, four times per day, in between meals.
Each tub of Animal Cuts contains 42 ‘paks’ which means that one tub will last you for 21 days.
With Animal Cuts, each serving contains a total of nine capsules, meaning that you have to take 18 capsules per day.
Many people often wonder whether Animal Cuts comes in a powder or pills? Well, the answer is pills, but it its own unique way.
We’ve never seen a fat burner which requires you to take so many pills on a daily basis as Animal Cuts.
We prefer the simplicity of Instant Knockout’s directions, spreading an even dose out throughout the day to keep your body primed.
So with that in mind, we’re going to give this round to Instant Knockout as well.
Instant Knockout: 2 | Animal Cuts: 0
Next up in our comparison article is the all-important ingredients. Just what is exactly in each of the products?
Let’s start by taking a thorough look at the labels of both products:
As you can see from the comparison above, Animal Cuts clearly has way more ingredients than Instant Knockout – but is that a good thing?
To be perfectly honest, we’re not too impressed with the Animal Cuts ingredients. Although there are lots of good ingredients in there, including some very fancy-sounding substances, the bad thing is that the doses of the individual ingredients are hidden in what are called ‘proprietary blends’.
This is when a manufacturer masks the individual doses of the ingredients in an overall ‘blend’.
Unfortunately, not knowing how much of each substance is included makes it very difficult to judge the effectiveness of the product.
Instant Knockout, on the other hand, contains a lot of the popular ingredients, such as Green Tea Extract, Caffeine and Cayenne Pepper.
So with all of that in mind, Instant Knockout takes this round as well.
Instant Knockout: 3 | Animal Cuts: 0
We always recommend carefully checking the label of the product to make sure that you’re not allergic to any of the ingredients before taking it for the first time.
The main thing to bear in mind with supplements in this category is the stimulant content.
We found that a lot of the products we’ve reviewed recently contain quite a lot of caffeine, which can cause problems for some people.
Instant Knockout contains 300mg of caffeine per daily serving, which should be OK for most people, although you’ll want to make sure that you’re not taking this product too close to bedtime to avoid it affecting your sleep.
The problem of the proprietary blend in Animal Cuts rears its head once again in this section.
Animal Cuts contains Caffeine Anhydrous and other stimulants such as Guarana – but because the doses are hidden in a proprietary blend, we can’t assess whether they are reasonable or not. Not good.
So, we have no choice but to give this round to Instant Knockout as well.
Instant Knockout: 4 | Animal Cuts: 0
Our final comparison point is the all-important price. Which of these two supplements offers the better value for money?
Animal Cuts is currently priced at around $35 / £40 / €30 for a one-month supply, and you can buy it from various online retailers, including Amazon.
Clearly, Animal Cuts in the cheaper of the two products and offers the best value for money.
The only way Instant Knockout can compete is through the multi-box discount deals on the official website. The promotion means that when you buy three bottles you get one free, which works out at around $46 per bottle with free worldwide shipping.
But because of its cheaper price tag, this round has to go to Animal Cuts.
Instant Knockout: 4 | Animal Cuts: 1
So that brings us to an end of our comparison of Instant Knockout and Animal Cuts.
We’ve taken you through all of the important factors to bear in mind with both products and had a close look at the ingredients.
Instant Knockout is the clear winner in our opinion.
Here are our overall thoughts in summary:
• Good ingredients
• Nice branding
• Good testimonials and result claims online
• 90-day money-back guarantee
• A market leader
• More expensive
• Some of our top ingredients
• The cheaper product of the two
• Popular brand
• Uses a proprietary blend
• You have to take 18 pills per day
Although Animal Cuts is one of the more popular products out there at the moment, we’ve sided with Instant Knockout as our favourite of the two.
We like the fact that Instant Knockout’s manufacturers have been clear and transparent with their ingredients and doses, so you know exactly what’s in the capsules you’re swallowing.
It’s the slightly more expensive product of the two but we feel it’s one of the more premium supplements out there at the moment.
To find out more about Instant Knockout and to buy it, visit: www.InstantKnockout.com
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