It’s a supplement that has been formulated to support you on your journey towards hitting your goals.
As we all know, there is no such thing a magic pill to help you burn more fat, and you should always make sure that your diet and training regime is on point before trying any supplement.
But picking a quality supplement can help to support you on your journey, as long as you combine it with the correct lifestyle choices.
Our RevBurn review is going to focus on all of the important things that you need to know about this supplement as we discover whether it lives up to the hype or not.
Let’s start by taking a look at the basic facts behind this supplement.
Rev Burn is marketed as a supplement designed to help support your goals.
The marketing material describes it as a “groundbreaking” supplement designed to help you on your journey.
According to the promotional material, Rev Burn will will work in three main ways to support your goals.
This sounds good to us. You’ll definitely want to pick a product which offers a multi-action approach to it all.
Now let’s take a look at the Rev Burn ingredients formula to see if it is all it’s cracked up to be or not.
Let’s start this section by taking a close look at the full ingredients label of Rev Burn.
The first disappointing thing you can see straight away is that Rev Labs have chosen to use proprietary blends in this product. This is when the manufacturer chooses to hide the individual doses of the ingredients within an overall ‘blend’.
This is not good, as it makes it difficult to judge effectiveness without knowing the full doses of the ingredients. We believe that transparency should be the first thing manufacturers focus on these days.
• Caffeine Anhydrous – This is a solid ingredient for any supplement like this. It’s commonly used in the top products in this category. We don’t know how much is used in this supplement due to the proprietary blend, however, which is not good.
• Advantra Z – This is an ingredient which contains bitter orange (citrus aurantium). It is a popular ingredient in some supplements but we don’t recommend it because it’s sometimes reported to cause unwanted side effects. Something better could have been used in its place.
• Dicaffeine Malate – This is another form of Caffeine. It’s a patented version of it, which is an ionic bonded combination of caffeine and malic acid. We’re not too sure why it needs to be included alongside actual Caffeine in the same supplement.
• Caffeine Citrate – Again, another form of Caffeine. We’re not too keen on supplements which overdo it in terms of stimulants, and three different sources of Caffeine seems excessive to us.
• Pterostilbene – This is a stilbenoid chemically related to resveratrol. It has been linked to certain things, although we’re not too sure about its use in this supplement.
• Glucuronolactone – This a molecule commonly found in commercially available energy drinks. There is a surprising lack of research into it but it is presumably included in RevBurn for some reason.
• Rosemary Extract – Not the most common ingredient for a supplement like this. Again, it may have some benefits, but we’d have preferred to see a more commonly used ingredient used here instead.
• Cyanidin 3-O-glucoside – This is a natural colorant found in bilberries and other fruits and flowers. There have been some studies which suggest that it could have some benefits. But the actual scientific evidence behind it is not particularly convincing.
• N-Methyl-tyramine Hydrochloride – This is an ismethylated version of L-Tyramine. Again, it’s believed to have certain benefits. However, we are not too sure about its actual proven benefits.
RevBurn contains a lot of different ingredients, but it is surprisingly lacking when it comes to our top pick of the best fat metabolizers around.
Here are some of the our favorite ingredients that are not in Rev Burn:
• Cayenne Pepper
• Green Tea Extract
• Green Coffee Bean Extract
It’s a real shame that Rev Burn falls short in terms of including some of our favorite ingredients.
For instance, Cayenne Pepper is one of our favorite ingredients around for a supplement in this category.
Green Tea is another commonly used ingredient, while Glucomannan is a natural dietary fiber which comes from the root of the Konjac plant.
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The main thing to be aware of when it comes to supplement side effects is the overuse of stimulants.
Too much Caffeine, especially when you’re also getting it from other sources, can cause unwanted side effects such as the jitters or other problems.
Rev Burn uses three separate types of Caffeine along with other stimulants, which seems excessive to us.
And to make matters worse, the doses are hidden inside the proprietary blends, meaning that we don’t even know the individual doses of the ingredients.
We also always recommend doing your own research into the individual ingredients before trying a new supplement for the first time.
It’s also always a good idea to speak to your doctor before thinking about taking any new supplement for the first time.
Each bottle of Rev Burn contains 60 capsules, which is a month’s supply.
The directions say that you should take one capsule in the morning with water, before taking another one later in the afternoon.
This is OK, but generally speaking, the best fat metaboliser supplements have more regular doses of three-to-four times per day, as that means that your body is consistently being supplied with the ingredients.
There were 57 RevBurn reviews on Amazon at the time of writing. It had an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
It seems to be well received amongst customers, although there are not that many reviews online.
One customer said that they loved the product and that they were using it as an effective pre workout supplement as well.
Someone else said that it doubled their results after having started to use it for the first time.
Another customer, though, said that they were disappointed not to have noticed any results. And someone else simply said that it “did nothing” for them.
Not in our opinion. There are simply too many of our favorite ingredients missing from this product for us to consider it as one of the best around.
Remember to check out our updated guide to the five best supplements on the market right now via the link below.
As we mentioned earlier, you should never expect a supplement to do the hard work for you.
The first things you should always do is make sure that you’re training hard and eating right before considering any kind of supplement.
If you’ve already got your healthy lifestyle on point, then choosing a quality supplement can can help to support you on your journey if used with the right diet and exercise.
That wraps up our RevBurn review. Overall, this product fell a way short of our expectations because of the disappointing formula and the fact that it uses proprietary blends (so we don’t know the doses of the ingredients).
In summary, there are plenty of other better options on the market right now in our opinion.
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