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Nite Burn Reviews

By: BPI Sports



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Nite Burn is a Thermogenic Weight Loss Product manufactured by BPI Sports. It increases the body's temperature and raises metabolism, helping to burn more calories and assist with fat loss.
PRODUCT RATING
7.1
(Out of 10, after 1 review)
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REVIEWS

Overall
Overall
4.0
Effectiveness
Effectiveness
4.0
Value
Value
4.0
Full-Container Received through SR TROOPs.
(SR paid for product; BPI Sports did not participate)
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  June 18, 2018

 Pros:
 Cons:
  • Little Improved Sleep
  • Severely Underdosed Ingredients
  • Prop Blend
  • No Weigtfat Loss Effects

Quick Summary

BPI mainly burns your money. It does this at night so hopefully you won't notice.

Introduction

35 years old financial auditor trying to balance life with three kids and a busy job. Trying to get in some quality time at the gym in the meantime. When I manage to squeeze in some gym time I can use all the supplement help that's out there. At the moment trying to lean out some unwanted fat, mostly at the belly section. Gained some unwanted fat %. Seemed like a good moment to try some fat burners out there and weigh in on the SR reviews. Thanks to the SR troops and Clipper for the bounty through the new and improved bounty program.

Ingredient Profile

The ingredient profile consists one big prop blend, which leaves no way of telling how the ingredients are dosed and how they stack against the proven dosages for sure.
(Proprietary) 640 mg,
Raspberry ketone (Rubus idaeus) (fruit)
White kidney bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) (seed
Green coffee bean (Coffea) (seed) (chlorogenic acids)
Dandelion (Taraxacum) (flower
L-Tryptophan
Saffron (Crocus sativus) (flower) (safranal)
Melatonin
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) (leaves)

Altough like most Troops I thorougly hate prop blends I am somewhat pragmatic. If it works, it works and i could care less. It is however hard to assess the expected effectiveness beforehand, so I would probably not purchase this. The bounty program is a nice way to give these kind of products a chance.
When looking at the ingredients it is vaguely possible to assess whether ingredients are properly dosed. This does however calls for some guessing and estimations which in the end will not solve the whole puzzle but could give a fair idea.
The recommended amount of Green coffee is highly dependent on the amount of chlorogenic acid which is not specified. If you would consider an average amount (20%), up from 600mg would be an effective dosage. A fair assumption is that in BPI nite burn this ingredient is underdosed. This goes for most if not all the ingredients. The standard dose of raspberry ketones is 100-200mg.
White kidney bean extract is a carbohydrate blocker. If it is a pure extract (phaseolus vulgaris)
445mg would be a proper and proven effective amount. Dandelion has no real recommended dose, as proof of weight loss in humans is not conclusive.
L-tryptophan is an amino acid which is converted into 5-htp and then to serotonin, melatonin, and vitamin B6 (nicotinamide) Should have a calming effect. No known recommended dose. Saffron's - world's most expensive spice, which perhaps explains the price- is known for antidepressant and calming properties. No recommended dose. Melatonin is a well known non addictive sleep aid with lots of other benefits. Dosage from 0,5mg up to 5mg are is suggested. Lemon balm is used for the calming effect. The lowest active supplemental dose appears to be 300mg

When calculating the scientific proven effective doses of the ingredients included (for which these doses are known) this would amount to at least 1445 mg. This is without the supplement ingredients for which the recommended dose is unknown. BPI nite burn contains (way) less than half of that. This leads to the conclusion that at least some, but most likely all ingredients are heavily underdosed.

Taste/Mixability/Dosing

No issues. Just one blue pill before bedtime.

Effectiveness

As could be expected from reading the ingredient profile section of this review. BPI nite burn did not do anything at all for me. Taking a stand alone melatonin supplements provided a better sleeping aid. As to burning capabilities I did nog experience anything. I Actually measured my fat percentage during this run using a scale that is capable of doing this.. Although the precision of these scales can be debatable, a decrease (if even minor) would have been noticeable. I was on a steady but slow fat decreasing stint when I started this supplement. To measure its effectiveness I stopped taking other supplements I have been using (CLA, EGCG). During the use of Nite burn my fat perentage did not drop, It actually increased by 0,1%. The last few days I decided to double the dose and took two pills before bedtime. Considering the dosage I decided this could do no harm. No effects whatsoever.

Value

The best place to buy BPI nite burn is Allstarhealth at the moment of writing this review. At 27 dollars this amounts to 0,77 a day. If it actually worked this would be a fair price. Some fat burners are cheaper, some are more expensive. How do you rate the value a product that does not deliver. I'd say fairly low.

Side Effects

None.

Conclusion

It's always hard to judge a prop blend. Some calculations lead to the conclusion that some, but most likely all ingredients are massively underdosed. The effects were as to be expected: Non noticeable. I do perceived some improved sleep, but to be honest a regular melatonin ingredient gives the same -of not better- results at a fraction of the price. This was my first supplement from BPI ever, and it was not a positive experience. I would definitely not buy this product.


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