Burn 60 Review

GNC’s Burn 60 is marketed to say that it helps people burn more calories during their workout. It is also said to boost metabolism, and energy levels when taken orally.* Right on the back of the box of this product they make a point that you should consult a physician before taking this supplement especially if you are taking medication, pregnant or nursing.* If you are scheduled to have a surgery of any type, they suggest that you stop taking 2 weeks prior to surgery for health purposes. The Burn 60 pill are meant to be taken 30-60 minutes before activity, or on non-activity days you are to take 2 pills with breakfast. In the instructions in bold it says NOT to take before bedtime.

The Ingredient List Based From GNC:

Other Ingredients: Dextrose, Cellulose, FD&C Yellow 6 Lake, FD&C Red #40 Lake, Titanium Dioxide (Natural Mineral Whitener), Cinnamon bark extract, Natural Vanilla Flavor, and Sucralose.

Is this just another gimmick energy pill, said to help one lose weight? The reviews are not exactly stellar which means this product just could be another flop. There is obviously no support line to call, e-mail to check in with, or a very good return policy (if at all) on this product.

Do Dieters Lose Weight On Burn 60?

The reviews publicly available online are awful. This is not a product to put your faith in, regarding weight loss. It is similar to a sugar pill that promotes a quick burst of energy but in no way shape or form does this pill enhance your calorie burn by a significant amount. Dieters do not see significant weight loss from taking this product; save your money and time! A large (if not entire) number of people said that the product gave them energy, but it did not aid in any weight loss. On top of the energy they were giving, it also made them feel nauseous. I don’t know about you, but when I am nauseous I do not want to do anything, let alone go workout. Yuck.

Is Burn 60 Easy To Follow?

Burn 60 is not a diet program, or a nutritional program. It is an energy pill. There is nothing difficult about taking this supplement, except the horrible cinnamon coating that had people gagging, and dry heaving. This taste was reported to be gross, and disgusting to say the least. As instructed if you purchase this supplement, you are to take 2 pills a day 30-60 minutes before your workout. If you are not planning on working out that day, then the recommendation is to take the pills with your breakfast. It is noted that you are not supposed to take these pills before bed, for obvious reasons.


Burn 60 fails its customer base, as it does not do what it markets itself to do which is burn more calories per workout. I am not sure where they even came up with the formula to be honest because it says nowhere on the website or on Amazon. The cost for 60 tablets (30 days worth) is $36.99 plus shipping which is steep, since you are buying energy pills. Yikes! The side effects have said to be nausea, headaches, and energy spikes and crashes. This is not something I would put my trust in, if you are looking to burn more calories and feel more energy while doing it. There are so many better, more reputable companies that offer a much cleaner supplement than the Burn 60 junk. Stay aware. Stay informed.

*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary.

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