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Epiburn PRO by USP Labs Review – Should you take it?

Epiburn PRO by USP Labs Review – Should you take it?

by Pete S.March 27, 2016

EpiBurn PRO Fat Burner Overview

EpiBurn PRO is a fat burning supplement developed by USP Labs, and the label has a long list of warnings to supposedly lead you to believe that the product is so potent that it’s dangerous. It’s not the first fat-burning pill that we’ve seen to exhibit this marketing strategy. In fact, majority of the best fat burners in the market do the same thing. At the end of the day, after all the marketing strategies have been stripped down, all that matters is the content quality, and that’s what we tried to accomplish in our EpiBurn PRO review.

What does Epiburn PRO do?

EpiBurn PRO is not quite the typical fat burner you see in the market. It has a little bit of everything, to a point that you question what its intended purpose is. As the name implies, EpiBurn is dominantly a thermogenic, with metabolic-boosting properties to help you burn fat faster. Aside from its thermogenic compounds, it also contains colon-cleansing ingredients and some ingredients derived from a diet pill.

On paper, it may seem that EpiBurn PRO has all that it takes to help you burn fat, but our experience with fat burners tells us that an all-in-one pill is impractical, and oftentimes ineffective. Common sense dictates that the content quality would need to be sacrificed to fit everything in a single serving. Still, we reserve a little bit of skepticism for ourselves as well.


Epiburn Pro contains the following ingredients:

  • Caffeine
  • Yohimbine
  • Nelumbo Nucifera Extract
  • Coleus Forskohlii Extract
  • Ashwagandha
  • Olive Oil

From this lineup, we can immediately tell that its thermogenic effects dominate its other effects. Caffeine, Yohimbine, Nelumbo Nucifera are all metabolic boosters which help your body utilize energy faster so you can use some of your energy reserves stored in fat. Caffeine is a mild stimulant that kickstarts lipolysis, while Yohimbine is a vasodilator that dilates your blood vessels to allow more blood to flow. Nelumbo Nucifera hasn’t been widely studied as a vasodilator, but USP Labs claim that it’s a replacement for the banned ingredient Ephedra in traditional ECY (ephedra-caffeine-yohimbine) stacks. Coleus Forskohlii is also present in the mix, although we were unable to determine the exact content ratio. Coleus Forskohlii is a good ingredient to help burn fat and build muscle, but only if it is taken at the right amount.

The formula also contains olive oil, which is quite puzzling. We can only assume that it helps with the cleansing process since olive oil doesn’t have any fat-burning properties. Also on the weird ingredient list is Ashwagandha, an herb present in traditional ayurvedic medicine. Ashwagandha is known to increase estrogen levels, and it may interfere with muscle-building supplements that boost testosterone.


Like what we expected, the effect of the supplement is blown out of proportion. There isn’t much in EpiBurn PRO to be worried about its potential dangers, unless of course you have hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, and high cholesterol levels – in which you should be consulting your doctor with whatever you’re taking, not just fat-burners. Still, EpiBurn PRO is a great thermogenic. It can help you burn fat, but not just in the way you think it would. If you’re looking for a fat burner that can do it all, check out LipoGenix Elite. You won’t be disappointed.


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