The most popular of the 4 Quick Trim products, Quick Trim Extreme Burn is backed by the Kardashian sisters. This product is made with patented time release technology which is supposed to continuously deliver the Quick Trim formula for the span of 8 hours. During this time, the product is supposed to burn up more calories, increase energy levels, and curb cravings. Loaded with fruit extracts, caffeine, and different amino acids, this QuickTrim Extreme Burn has reported clinical success in some of their early trials. But based on the lackluster results of other QuickTrim products we’ve reviewed we didn’t feel we could take the company’s word on this product.
How Does Quick Trim Extreme Burn Work?
Though caffeine has been shown to be a clinically proven fat burner and thermogenic agent, QuickTrim Extreme Burn doesn’t use enough of this simple ingredient to actually produce any effects. Caffeine is needed in dosages of 400mg to have any result, but this product’s small proprietary blend doesn’t even give you half of that. Instead it’s loaded with other unproven products that have yet to be tied to weight loss in direct or substantial ways. All their fruit based ingredients prove worthless without being consumed in fruit form. Though this product is backed by some pretty ladies and fancy list of ingredients, we can’t actually recommend it. There are just more powerful and more effective options out there.
Caffeine Anhydrous – This ingredient can promote weight loss. However, it requires at least 400mg, which they don’t have
Capsicum Fruit Extract – This ingredient comes from the cayenne pepper which can promote mild thermogenic effects in the body when taken in the right amounts.
Metabromine(theobromine and caffeine) – Derived from the theobroma cacao tree, this additive has been shown to promote weight loss in some cases while also providing a euphoric effect.
Bioperine – This form of black pepper helps the body to more efficiently and quickly absorb nutrients.
Raspberry, Blackberry, Blueberry, Maqui Berry, Grape, Pomegranate, and Cherry extracts – Recently touted as superfruits, these ingredients are rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and other powerful nutrients meant for various benefits. However, weight loss has not been proven as one of them.
Acai – Though featured on various news stations, this ingredient is not actually the superfruit they’ve claimed it to be. It is lower in antioxidants than something as basic as a blueberry. It definitely does not promote internal cleansing or weight loss benefits.
Reservatrol – Though supposedly the key to retaining your youth, this ingredient does not actually get absorbed by your body before it leaves your system. Thus, it does not promote weight loss.
Raspberry Ketones- This patented fat burner has been tested in rats and shown to reduce weight gain with a high fat diet and even promote weight loss in some cases.
Green Tea- This thermogenic form of caffeine is also rich in antioxidants like EGCG. However, one should keep in mind that its the caffeine in green tea that does the fat-fighting work. If there isn’t 400mg of the caffeine, there will be no result.
n-acetyl-tyrosine- This natural amino acid has been used to feed muscles, but not build them or promote weight loss.
cinnamon bark extract- Though a natural blood sugar regulator, this ingredient does not promote weight loss.
Banaba Leaf Extract- Banaba leaf extract has been shown to regulate blood sugar and blood glucose levels, helping you to reduce cravings and avoid crashes.
Gymnema Sylvestre Extract – Meant to control blood sugar levels for the most part, this ingredient can promote weight loss when present in certain combinations of other ingredients. However, on its own, the results are not as significant as you might hope.
White Willow Bark – White willow bark is a derivative of salicylic acid. It works as a natural aspirin to reduce inflammation and pain. This ingredient is included hear to fight the potential side effects of things like caffeine rather than burn fat.
Quick Trim Extreme Burn Side Effects
Based on our previous assessment, we can guess that side effects are likely to include insomnia, diarrhea, irregular heartbeat, dizziness, vomiting, headache, loss of appetite, reduced blood circulation to the heart, and raised blood pressure.