August 29, 2015
Chili Burn Review
Weight loss isn’t always simple, and let’s face it: we need something new. There is no shortage of diet pill companies telling you that they have the secret to weight loss, but actually finding that product is something else entirely. Chili Burn for example tells us that the formula is completely stimulant-free, completely safe causing no indigestion, and effective enough to help you to lose weight and burn calories without making any significant changes to your lifestyle.
What does that sound like to you?
To us, it sounds like a bunch of bull. Most consumers find this kind of language appealing, we completely understand. However, you should read between the lines. Chili Burn focuses on telling the average dieter what they want to hear, not necessarily what you need to hear.
What’s the Truth?
For starters, if you want to lose weight and you are not getting the numbers you want on your own, we hate to say it, but you are doing something wrong. If you want to see changes, you need to be proactive and make some changes of your own. Scientists have tried repeatedly to disprove this theory, because whoever does that will make millions. The problem is that even dangerous substances such as fen phen and ma huang could never promote effects that strong.
To find out what else Chili Burn isn’t telling you, you have to look at the formula.
The Chili Burn Blend
Chili Burn uses some ingredients that have been clinically proven to burn fat. Both green tea and chili pepper have been quite effective in clinical studies, and even though it’s not the highlighted ingredient, green tea has literally been through hundreds of positive and effective clinical studies. When used correctly, green tea could be one of the healthiest fat burners you can find. Now for the problems.
Clinically proven power
You may think that clinically proven ingredients must promote clinically proven weight loss every single time. Just think of all of the ineffective products you’ve tried that actually cite real clinical studies. If you want to lose weight, the product you choose also has to have the clinically proven amounts of each ingredient. That’s where Chili Burn falls short, which is common enough. Makers use a proprietary blend, which is a fancy way of hiding the amounts and an easy way to show that the product doesn’t have enough of any one ingredient, at least not as far as we can tell.
There are side effects
Chili pepper is stimulant free, but green tea is not. Green tea burns fat because this ingredient is based on caffeine. With this in mind, we know that for some people, Chili Burn can cause problems with irritation, jitters, trouble sleeping, and other common issues. However, don’t let chili pepper off the hook just yet. Studies have also shown that chili pepper can cause indigestion, stomach upset, and other similar problems, especially for those who already have sensitive stomachs.
Conclusion on Chili Burn
Chili Burn uses some clinically proven weight loss ingredients, but most of these ingredients are not as connected as you might like to think. Chili Burn has both green tea and chili pepper/cayenne pepper, which can burn fat. The only problem is that like many other products, Chili Burn does not use the clinically proven amounts. For those who are a little bit pickier, this formula also lacks the side effect free ingredients that have been described.
All in all, we have a hard time finding a reason to believe that Chili Burn is any of the things that makers say it is. However, most dieters would have a hard time ordering anyway as Chili Burn is almost exclusively sold in Canada.