Miracle Burn 360 diet pillsMiracle Burn 360 is a diet supplement designed for weight loss. The official website for the product claims that it has been rated as “America’s #1 all-natural diet pill”. Its formula supposedly helps to “naturally” boost metabolism, lower hunger, and reduce food cravings.

The ingredients in Miracle Burn 360 include: Green Tea, Medical Amylum, Mulberry Leaf, Citrus Aurantium Extract, Coicis Extract, and Cassia Seed Extract. These ingredients are commonly found in many OTC weight loss products designed to burn fat, boost metabolism, and suppress hunger and have been studied to determine their benefits for weight loss. That said, sufficient research has not been conducted to prove that these ingredients are, in fact, 100% safe or effective for weight loss.

Furthermore, at the time this review was written, the site does state that “Clinical studies have proven Miracle Burn’s effectiveness to help individuals lose weight naturally each week.” While this is good to hear, considering the site doesn’t provide any references to these studies, this statement has no proof to back it up and is, therefore, an empty statement.

Another red flag about this product is the official site claims that the product has zero side effects, is all-natural, and is safe. Just because a product is all-natural this does not mean it will not cause side effects or that it is safe. Therefore, it would be in your best interest to first speak with your doctor prior to taking Miracle Burn 360 to ensure that it is safe for you, especially if you are already taking other medications or have an existing health condition.

It even goes so far as to say in the FAQ section that it does not contain caffeine. That being said, the ingredients contain green tea extract, which does contain caffeine. However, if the amount of green tea in the formula is only minimal, then the caffeine amount would be so low that it would be virtually non-existent. The trouble is that the site doesn’t tell you how much green tea has been used in the formula, so there is no way of knowing.

Another issue is that in the FAQ section (at the writing of this review) the information on the site sates that you will be able to drop pounds with Miracle Burn 360 “without stimulants”. This is a false statement. The reason is citrus aurantium, which is one of the ingredients within the formula and is better known as bitter orange, definitely contains a stimulant called synephrine. Research has found that this stimulant may be more powerful than caffeine in terms of causing adverse effects. Even the FDA has warned that synephrine could result in dangerous cardiovascular side effects such as heart attack and stroke in some people.

At the time this review was written, a one month supply of Miracle Burn 360 cost $64.99 and was backed by a 30-day 100% money-back guarantee. Users are instructed to take one pill per day with breakfast and an 8 ounce glass of water.