Below we take an in-depth look at Total Ultraburn, a thermogenic supplement designed to boost fat loss, to see just how effective it really is.
The manufacturers of Total Ultraburn are Protein Dynamix, a British company based in Kent. Total Ultraburn is a thermogenic weight loss aid that will increase the metabolism and cause the body to burn more calories. Protein Dynamix have numerous supplement products available, focusing upon health, diet, exercise and energy, as well as stocking a range of food. The company have also started an online ‘academy’, offering advice about weight loss, dieting, exercise and physical fitness.
As a food supplement we recommend consuming 3 capsules first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.
On a training day, take 3 capsules in the morning on an empty stomach and 3 capsules 30 minutes before exercise.
Ensure a minimum of 3 hours gap between servings on a training day.
Customers who want to contact the manufacturer can find contact details on the Contact us page on the official website.
Total Ultraburn is described as a ‘high potency thermogenic supplement for fat loss’ on the official sales website. The manufacturers detail the following benefits of the supplement:
The ingredients used in Total Ultraburn are listed below. The ingredients list features some concentrated ingredients, which are given a ratio indicating the equivalent amount of the ingredient that is used. The figure given appears to be the quantity used before it was concentrated. The ingredient quantities provided are per serving of 3 Capsules. On training days consumers are instructed to take two servings, whilst on non-training days, consumers are instructed to take only one serving.
The ingredients list contains numerous well-known dietary aids and ingredients that are commonly taken by gym and exercise enthusiasts in order to maximise their workout’s potential.
Green Coffee Bean is still often hyped up to be a great weight loss aid, despite a lack of evidence to support this. It is another source of caffeine, which may mildly increase the metabolism of the consumer.
Caffeine is made more effective by black pepper extract, as it allows greater absorption into the blood stream from the stomach. Theanine may reduce some of the potential side effects of caffeine, as well as creating a feeling of relaxation. Carnitine is often supplemented to reduce body fat, but the clinical evidence is limited in its support. Chromium can reduce blood sugar levels and is linked with very minimal weight loss over prolonged use.
When diet pill companies use ratios in their ingredients list, it usually indicates that the product is concentrated. However, it is often unclear whether the manufacturers list the concentrated quantity of each ingredient, or whether they list the original quantity, before the product was concentrated.
With many different ingredients being used in Total Ultraburn, it is more than likely that some side effects may occur.
Caffeine can lead to headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness and insomnia. Consumers should avoid other sources of caffeine such as tea, coffee, energy drinks and soft drinks, especially on training days when consumers will be taking up to six capsules, which can contain a total of 550 mg of caffeine.
Bioperine increases the absorption rate of many ingredients, including caffeine, and so may make the side effects of these ingredients more likely or worse. Consumers who are taking medication are also more at risk of overdose because of this higher absorption rate, and so should consult their doctor before taking any product that contains bioperine or pepper extracts.
Chromium can lower blood sugar levels, and so diabetics should consult their doctor before ordering this product. Cayenne can cause heartburn and stomach aches, as well as increased sweating.
Supplementing alpha-lipoic acid may cause an upset stomach, numbness or a tingly feeling, dizziness, tired feeling, headache, muscle cramps and a mild skin rash. Supplementing L-carnitine can cause nausea, vomiting, stomach upset, heartburn, diarrhoea, and seizures.
Contains 225mg caffeine per 3 capsule serving.
Not recommended for children or pregnant or breast-feeding women.
Discontinue use and seek medical advice if adverse reactions occur.
Do not exceed recommended use.
Not suitable for people with cardiac-related health problems, including high blood pressure.
Diabetics should consult their doctor before taking this product.
Currently there are no customer reviews for Total Ultraburn on the Protein Dynamix official website. The product is also not reviewed anywhere else by customers who have used the product.
This lack of reviews from customers is less than ideal, as reviews help to provide an accurate picture of just how effective the product really is.
Without any customer reviews it is much more difficult to accurately establish just how effective this product really is. Without this additional anecdotal information, the only information available is the ingredients list. The manufacturers do provide individual ingredient quantities, which helps us to establish the relative strength and importance of each ingredient used in the formula.
The two ingredients used in Total Ultraburn that have the strongest clinical support are green tea and caffeine. The large quantity of caffeine used could easily cause side effects, especially on training days when consumers are taking up to six capsules per day.
There is a huge amount of green coffee bean in each serving, but the ingredient is not as effective as one fraudulent clinical trial had suggested, leaving it to be an unproven ingredient used in many diet pills, despite a total lack of clinical support.
A single bottle of Total Ultraburn costs £24.99 plus delivery charges from the official Protein Dynamix website. Free delivery is available for orders over £50.
It appears that at present, Total Ultraburn is not available at any third party online retailers.
There is no money-back guarantee offered by the manufacturer. The company have a 14 day returns window for unopened products.
You can return an unwanted item to us for refund or exchange, provided it is in its original, unused condition. Just return the product to us within 14 days of receiving your order. To return all or part of your order you must obtain a unique returns code from and complete our Returns Form, which is available to download below. Please let us know your order number and reason for returning prior to sending your products back to us.
One big disadvantage of Total Ultraburn is the sheer number of capsules that consumers need to take each day. On training days, consumers are instructed to take as many as six capsules.
The company also fails to offer a money back guarantee, and their returns period is a short 14 days from the delivery date. However, the product is also fairly inexpensive per bottle, although with the huge variations in daily dosing, the product may be used very quickly. Depending upon the consumers daily dosage, a single bottle could last anywhere between 15 and 30 days.
As for the product itself, there is a mixture of strong weight loss ingredients and ingredients that have little clinical support and are unlikely to aid weight loss. The large amount of caffeine used in this product could easily cause side effects, especially on training days.
There are also ingredients that are not directly related to weight loss, or that are present in insufficient quantities here to aid significant weight loss.
Overall, the quantities of each ingredient used in Total Ultraburn is less than ideal, and so this, along with a number of other issues listed above, mean that we cannot recommend this diet pill to our readers.
Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.