Elite Burn is a dietary supplement from Invictus Labs. It is a weight management complex that has been designed to help with metabolism, energy and fat burning. At the time that this review was written, a single bottle of Elite Burn (a one month supply) sold on Amazon for $19.99.
According to the supplement facts listed on the product label at the time that this review was created, Elite Burn is composed of a proprietary formula: Caralluma Fimbriata Extract, White Kidney Bean Extract, Forskolin, African Mango Extract, Garcinia Cambogia Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Green Tea Extract, Moringa Extract, Raspberry Ketone.
There is 1008 mg of the proprietary formula per a single serving size (2 capsules). The suggested use is to take 2 capsules daily.
According to the product description on Amazon, the effectiveness of every ingredient in the formula has been research and tested. It also states that every ingredients is “included at proper doses to ensure maximum results.” Unfortunately, there is no way to know for certain if this is true, since the amount of each ingredient hasn’t been revealed in the supplement facts. In short, there is no proof beyond the claims made by the manufacturer that Elite Burn is effective, safe or that proper doses have been included.
While it is true that all the ingredients have been scientifically studied, there is a huge difference between an ingredient that has been scientifically studied for weight loss and one that has been scientifically proven effective. None of these ingredients have been proven safe or effective for causing weight loss.
In regard to how these ingredients supposedly help with weight loss, the belief is that caralluma fimbriata, African mango, and garcinia cambogia help with appetite suppression, while green tea, green coffee bean, and forskolin are believed to help with fat burning. White kidney bean extract is thought to help block a percentage of carbohydrates, moringa and raspberry ketone are high in antioxidants, and garcinia cambogia may also help to block the production of fat.
As impressive as all of this sounds, remember that there is no actual proof that these substances will produce these effects. What’s more, there is no way of knowing how much of each of these ingredients is in the formula, which further calls their effectiveness into question.
As for side effects, the most common is likely to be digestive upset. On the plus side, there is no added caffeine in this product, so you shouldn’t need to worry about unwanted stimulant-related side effects, which are common in many of the top weight loss tablets.
Still, it’s always a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider before making any dietary supplement a regular part of your lifestyle.