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In brief, What is AcaiBurn?
The first statement made on the AcaiBurn site is a warning – it cautions users that its product is not for those who simply want to lose a ‘few measly pounds’. In fact, the whole tone of the very lengthy AcaiBurn website is over-the-top and exaggerated, even saying that AcaiBurn is Hollywood’s hottest diet and showing a random photo of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, supposedly to illustrate the point.
Most of the AcaiBurn website is repetitive and focuses more on the ‘wonderful’ results of losing weight such as being able to ‘make your friends jealous’ and finally being able to wear a bikini without worrying. There are some good parts of the site such as the explanation of the benefits of the nutritious acai berry, a Brazilian product widely touted as a ‘superfood’.
Dr. Perricone, the author of the Perricone Prescription which is based on the superfoods, is mentioned a couple of times along with the news sources that have also discussed the wonders of the fruit. Neither of these are actual endorsements of AcaiBurn however.
Although the site is bright and attractive, the design is very messy and unorganized. It does feature a reasonably good FAQ section, shows a ‘calendar’ to demonstrate how the product works week by week and explains how, in their opinion, Acai Berry is superior to other ‘fad’ diets on the market.
Details Of AcaiBurn
The AcaiBurn website does state that the capsules contain some substances that are often listed in weight loss products:
- Garcinia cambogia
- Gymnema sylvestre and
- Green tea
In clinical trials the combination of these ingredients, which are likely in a proprietary blend, were found to cause users to lose up to 4.5 times more weight than those not using the product.
It is stated that diet and exercise were also part of the study, and it is obvious that the manufacturers recommend a healthy lifestyle as they include diet and exercise tips on the site. Unfortunately, there is no actual product label shown for AcaiBurn and the full ingredients are not listed.
What’s Good in AcaiBurn?
- A FAQ section is featured on the site
- Acai berry is known to be a ‘superfood’ with many health benefits
- It contains natural ingredients.
- The acai berries used in AcaiBurn are certified
- The AcaiBurn website is reasonably informative about their product
What’s Bad in AcaiBurn?
- AcaiBurn may contain large amounts of caffeine
- The exact ingredient amounts are not known
- The company uses questionable sales tactics (i.e. stating that the customer must order within a few minutes to be eligible for the free offer)
In Summary – AcaiBurn Review
The makers of AcaiBurn do provide the customer with more facts about their product than some other brands, but without seeing a full ingredient list, it is impossible to know exactly how well it would perform.
Although the acai berry has a good reputation among health professionals, there are simply too many questionable aspects of AcaiBurn to be able to recommend it.
For example, the user may be told that according to the data entered regarding their height and weight, they are a suitable candidate for trying the product, when no actually information has been given!
Unfortunately, this may just be a case of another company taking advantage of the ‘buzz’ surrounding acai berry and superfoods.