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Have Nutribullet really created a product that can help burn away that stubborn body fat?

In this Nutribullet Superfood Fat burning Boost review, we’re taking a look at what consumers can really expect from this popular weight loss drink.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

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What Is Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost?

Superfood Fat Burning Boost is a weight loss drink powder produced by the popular blender manufacturer Nutribullet.

One 300g tub of this product costs $22.00 and contains approximately 60 servings (each serving is just a 5g teaspoon). It is available via the official Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost website, as well as Amazon and various other online retailers.

Superfood Fat Burning Boost is designed for those who are looking to improve their general health by supplementing superfoods into their diet, but it’s also been given extra added stimulant-based ingredients such as Green Tea Leaf Powder and Cayenne Peppers.

Consumers are promised effects such as boosted metabolism levels, the improved ability to metabolize body fat and increased satiety (i.e. a suppressed appetite).

Does Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost Work?

Based on our research into this product, we do not believe it will be able to make good on the claims that Nutribullet are stating.

Firstly, Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost is by no means a miracle weight loss drink. When we inspected the formula, we found that it doesn’t actually contain any “fat burning” ingredients at all – nor does it contain ingredients that will help elevate user metabolic rates.

Additionally, there are no appetite suppressing ingredients inside the Superfood Fat Burning Boost formula.

We feel that the claims on the product’s abilities are greatly exaggerated, though Nutribullet do disclaim that none of the claims made have been evaluated by the FDA – which is essentially just a fancy way of the company admitting they’re making false/unfounded claims.

The most we think that you can really expect from this product is boosted energy levels and potentially improved general health from the superfoods; don’t expect much in the way of fat loss.

The Pros & Cons Of Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost

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

The Pros

  • Will boost user energy levels.
  • May help reduce RPE (Perceived rate of exertion) which is useful for those who go to the gym.
  • Lots of organic ingredients used inside the formula.

The Cons

  • Product doesn’t contain any ingredients that independently and directly burn body fat or boost metabolism.
  • Doesn’t contain any appetite suppressing ingredients.
  • Potentially negative side effects.
  • Some consumers have stated the product does not taste good.
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What Are The Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost Ingredients?

We have found the following nutritional information via the Amazon product listing page:

One 5g Serving Contains: Jerusalem Artichoke Root, Root Powder, Cacao Seed Powder, Green Tea Extract Powder, Lemon Fruit Powder, Chia Seed Powder, Turmeric Root Powder, Nutmeg Seed Powder, Cayenne & Chili Fruit Powder, Paprika Fruit Powder, Ginger Root Powder, Flavoring and Cinnamon Inner Bark Powder

Is Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost Suitable For Everyone?

Do not take Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost if you suffer from high blood pressure or heart problems. It also should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or by persons under the age of 18.

Ingredients inside Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost may worsen the symptoms of anxiety and bipolar disorders.

Is Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost Safe?

Based on the formula, we’re comfortable saying that this product is completely safe, as it does not contain any ingredients that are banned or officially deemed as “unsafe”.

What Are The Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Headache
  • Nervousness
  • Sleep problems
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Irritability
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Tremor
  • Heartburn
  • Dizziness
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Convulsions
  • Confusion [1]

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

Are There Any Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Superfood Fat Burning Boost review testimonials via customers online:

Really Works! Put a lime in shake if taste of powder is unpleasant to pallet.

I tried using apple cider vinegar and still could not stand the taste and since I used it, I could not return it. This stuff actually makes me sick! I really tried my best to swallow it but there was no way.

While the product overall has a reasonably positive feedback profile, many people mention that the product does not taste very nice.

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Our Final Verdict On Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost

To conclude our Nutribullet Superfood Fat Burning Boost review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by.

We feel that this is a very misleading product – despite being called “fat burning boost”, the product doesn’t actually contain any fat burning ingredients, which is disappointing for a product that’s quite expensive.

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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