Miracle Burn 360 Review

by The Diet Critic on October 7, 2015

Miracle Burn 360 review
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Miracle Burn 360 is a weight loss diet supplement that claims it is the “#1 all-natural diet pill” in America. It has been designed to help those seeking to lose weight to naturally lower their food cravings, reduce hunger, and boost metabolism.

The Miracle Burn 360 formula contains: Green Tea, Medical Amylum, Mulberry Leaf, Citrus Aurantium Extract, Coicis Extract, and Cassia Seed Extract.

Users are directed to take 1 pill per day with breakfast and 8 ounces of water. After three weeks, users can take Miracle Burn 360 every other day for effective results. Users are also advised to drink plenty of water while taking this product to ensure adequate hydration.


There is only a small list of ingredients that make up the Miracle Burn 360 formula, which is good because the fewer number of ingredients, the number of possible side effects decreases. Also, these ingredients can be found in many other OTC weight loss products on the market and have been scientifically studied to determine their weight loss benefits. At the time this review was written, Miracle Burn 360 came with a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee.


The official website for Miracle Burn 360 states that “Clinical studies have proven Miracle Burn’s effectiveness to help individuals lose weight naturally each week with minimal or no side effects.” This statement is not backed by any studies and it is also not true. The reason is that while the ingredients within this product’s formula have been studied, they have never been scientifically proven effective at aiding in weight loss.

There is a chance that taking this weight loss supplement could lead to adverse effects as it does contain citrus aurantium extract, which is better known as bitter orange. This ingredient naturally contains a stimulant known as synephrine. The FDA has warned that synephrine can increase the risk of serious cardiovascular side effects including high blood pressure, fainting, heart attack and stroke in healthy people, especially when combined with caffeine.

While it is unlikely that there is enough of this ingredient in the formula for this to be a major concern, it is still important that you are aware of what you put in your body and the effects that can result. No supplement, no matter how “natural”, is without the risk of side effects.

Prior to taking Miracle Burn 360, it is recommended that you consult with your doctor about your decision.

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