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Introduction

Heat Accelerated is a weight loss pill that comes with some seriously big weight loss claims. In this Magnum Heat Accelerated review, we’re taking a look at what users can and cannot expect from it.

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What Is Magnum Heat Accelerated?

Heat Accelerated is a fat burning pill produced by a US-based company named Magnum Nutraceuticals. It has a steep price tag and comes across as a “premium” product, however it’s essentially just another run-of-the-mill fat burner that’s loaded with miscellaneous stimulants – one of which is highly dangerous.

One bottle of Heat Accelerated contains 120 capsules, costs around $38 and will last users around one month.

This product is available from the Magnum Heat Accelerated website, as well as Amazon, GNC and Walmart.

Does Magnum Heat Accelerated Work?

If you’ve taken Magnums claims about Heat Accelerated at face value, you’re be extremely disappointed with the results you get, or don’t get, from this product. The reality is, the majority of claims being made about Heat Accelerated are false – the product does not contain any ingredients that directly cause fat loss and there is also nothing inside the formula that will suppress appetite levels to any significant degree.

On a more positive note, the formula will boost energy levels and improve cognitive performance, which some users may find useful prior to their gym workouts.

The Pros & Cons Of Magnum Heat Accelerated

Let’s take a look at the top level positives and negatives of this product:

The Pros

  • Boosts energy levels.
  • Reduces fatigue.
  • Reduces rate of perceived exertion.

The Cons

  • Manufacturer makes numerous false claims.
  • No ingredients inside the formula will directly cause fat loss or suppress appetite.
  • Potentially dangerous stimulant inside the formula.
  • Potent side effects.
  • Very expensive.
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What Are The Magnum Heat Accelerated Ingredients?

We have found the following nutritional information for Magnum Heat Accelerated. Magnum Nutraceuticals do not disclose the exact amounts of each ingredient used, rather they use proprietary blends – this leaves users open to potential stimulant overdoses.

Three Capsules Contains: Niacin 2mg, Naringin 25mg, Energy Spiking Agents 908mg (Guarana Extract, Caffeine Anhydrous, Kola Nut, Yerba Mate, Grapefruit, Oolong Tea, Green Coffee Bean, Cocoa Seed, Coffee Bean Powder), Thermogenic Accelerant Matrix 685mg (Raspberry Ketones, Citrus Aurantium, Capsaicin, Green Tea, Sesamin, Ginger Root, Black Pepper Extract), Adaptogen Blend 265mg (Guggelsterone E & Z, Organic Maca, Rhodiola Crenulata, Panax Ginseng, Damiana), Lipid Circulation Matrix 210mg (White Willow Bark Extract, Schizonepeta Spica, Ginkgo Biloba, L-Citrulline Malate, Inositol).

Is Magnum Heat Accelerated Suitable For Everyone?

This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Do not take Magnum Heat Accelerated if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. If you have heart problems or a high blood pressure do not use this product. Avoid if you’re sensitive to caffeine. Discontinue usage two weeks prior to surgery.

Is Magnum Heat Accelerated Safe?

For otherwise healthy users, Magnum Heat Accelerated likely poses no real health risk, however it contains Citrus Aurantium, which is a powerful stimulant that can have some potentially lethal side effects for those with high blood pressure or heart problems.

What Are The Magnum Heat Accelerated Side Effects?

We have compiled the following list of potential side effects based on the ingredients within the formula:

  • Insomnia
  • Nervousness
  • Restlessness
  • Stomach irritation
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Increased heart rate
  • Risk for high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke [1][2]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Magnum Heat Accelerated Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Magnum Heat Accelerated review testimonials via customers online:

I bought this for my son he was not very happy with it. Short after taking it he stated it was heartburn galore. He did sweat with it so the function of this product is for sure there. Will I purchase this again? Not likely. Do I recommend this product? Not likely.

The best fat burner you can buy. No jitters, no crash. Basically helps heat you up and sweat out the fat. Works well with Magnum Acid and Afterburner.

We were suspicious about the high amount of positive reviews on the Amazon listing page, especially since the formula doesn’t really contain anything that will actually burn body fat. We ran their listing through the Fakespot review analysis software, which came to the following conclusion:

Our engine has profiled the reviewer patterns and has determined that there may be deception involved. (source)

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Our Final Verdict On Magnum Heat Accelerated

To conclude our Heat Accelerated review, we do not recommend this diet pill. Firstly, calling it a “fat burner” is a disservice – the product is more of a pre-workout energy pill rather than a product that directly burns body fat.

Another hinderance is the lack of appetite suppression ingredients; Magnum state the formula has an appetite suppressant inside (Naringin), however there is no evidence to support this product causes appetite suppression at all.

Finally, all the false claims and reckless statement of ‘no side effects’ is very alarming, especially when there are actually some potentially lethal side effects to be had from using Heat.

Kath Ross, PhD
Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!
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