September 27, 2016
Baddass Burn Review
“Like a pack of wolves let loose inside a house, Baddass Burn’s thermogenic stimulant-free capsules deliver an unmatched fat-killing formula.” When I read this on the official Baddass Burn website, I couldn’t help but feel intrigued.
The website also claims Baddass Burn “boosts carnosine levels, keeping muscles at an optimal pH level for growth.” Is it possible for a diet pill to eliminate fat and build muscle without using any stimulants? In order to uncover the truth about Baddass Burn, I researched its manufacturer, formula, and policies.
Who Makes Baddass Burn?
Baddass Burn is manufactured by Baddass Nutrition, a sports nutrition company. According to the company’s website, Baddass Nutrition’s “formulators and product development teams work night and day to build formulas that are unique and effective.”
They also say, “Our golden rule is, ‘Don’t put ingredients in our products we wouldn’t want in our own bodies’ so you can feel comfortable taking our products, knowing that they are clean because we care about you and your body.”
Let’s dig deeper into the Baddass Burn formula to see if it actually contains clean, unique, and effective ingredients.
What’s in Baddass Burn?
Beta alanine is an amino acid that increases carnosine, a protein building block. As carnosine increases, muscles grow bigger and stronger.
Green Coffee Bean Extract
Green coffee bean extract boosts energy, eliminates fat, restores healthy blood glucose levels, and speeds up metabolism.
Raspberry ketone reduces fat levels in rats, but no clinical studies have been performed on humans.
Green Tea Extract
Green tea extract increases metabolism, improves and speeds up thermogenesis, cleanses the entire system, and provides energy boosts.
Magnolia Bark Extract
Magnolia bark extract reduces cortisol. Obesity, diabetes, and anxiety can occur when cortisol levels are high, so some experts claim magnolia bark extract promotes weight loss. However, it has only been tested on animals, not humans.
Acai Berry Extract
Acai berry extract is one of the most popular weight loss ingredients in the industry right now. While it is a healthy ingredient that helps cleanse the body of impurities and toxins, acai berry extract does not promote weight loss.
Cayenne Pepper Powder
Cayenne pepper powder increases thermogenesis, burns fat, and speeds up metabolism.
Baddass Burn Formula Evaluation
Most of the Baddass Burn ingredients promote weight loss or muscle growth, which is impressive. The formula certainly lives up to the Baddass Nutrition goal to use “unique” ingredients, such as beta alanine.
Unfortunately, all of the ingredients are part of a proprietary blend. Proprietary blends are a major problem because they hide the actual quantities of each ingredient. Consumers need to know each ingredient’s exact dosage because if there is not enough, it won’t work; if there is too much, it could be dangerous.
For example, each serving of Baddass Burn needs at least 300 mg of green tea extract in order to promote weight loss. However, if there is more than 660 mg, the supplement might cause severe side effects.
I am always discouraged when I find a product that has promising ingredients but fails to inform consumers on the amount of the ingredients. There is no way to know if the formula will be effective without knowing the dosage of each ingredient.
Will Baddass Burn Cause Side Effects?
Based on its formula, Baddass Burn might bring about negative side effects. Green tea and green coffee bean may cause insomnia, anxiety, and headaches. Magnolia bark extract could cause heartburn and sexual problems.
However, since Baddass Burn uses a proprietary blend, I don’t know how severe these side effects will be.
How Much Does Baddass Burn Cost?
You can purchase Baddass Burn directly from Baddass Nutrition for $59.99. You can also order it from third-party vendors like Amazon.com, where it sells for $89.99.
Is There a Guarantee?
The Baddass Burn return policy allows consumers to get a refund within 30 days of the purchase if there is still 75% left unused. This means that you can only use 7.5 servings, which is fewer than four days’ worth of Baddass Burn.
Four days is definitely not enough time to determine how well Baddass Burn works, so this is not a good return policy.
Should You Try Baddass Burn?
I don’t think Baddass Burn is a good diet pill. There’s not enough information about its formula, and it may cause quite a few side effects.
Additionally, it does not come with a good return policy. You should look elsewhere for a weight loss supplement.