Carb Cutter Reviews
If you are struggling with maintaining a low-carb diet, there are ways in which to eat your carbs but prevent them from sticking to your body as fat stores. Carb Cutter is meant to help you in your dieting and exercise efforts and get you to your fitness goals.
Though it doesn’t the same way to actively burn fat as Lipofuze and similar products do, it will help to increase your body’s ability to fight off fat by turning carbohydrates into energy.
The manufacturers advertise that Carb Cutter can also help to fight fatigue and increase endurance because you will have more energy and a way to burn away fat stores.
I though these were great promises, but I wondered whether the Carb Cutter can do all it says.
Carb Cutter Formula
There are two proprietary blends in Carb Cutter, and each holds a fair amount of ingredients. Though some weight loss supplements focus on one or two ingredients to get the job done, Carb Cutter uses several to give energy.
First is a Proprietary Carb Free Blend that includes Banaba Leaf Extract, Gymnema Sylvester Leave Extract, Fenugreek Seed Extract, Super Citrimax, and Vanadium. These are all meant to help with the distribution and use of carbohydrates, though not all of them have been clinically studied or proven.
The second compound is an Energy Blend that includes Guarana Seed Extract, Korean Ginseng Root Extract, Eleuthero Root Extract, and Green Tea Leaf Extract.
This should work as a relatively effective stimulant, especially since it supplies both Guarana and Green Tea, but it is hard to tell how effective it will be since it only lists how much caffeine is provided by the Guarana.
Since these ingredients are all included in proprietary blends, it becomes much harder to see how much of each ingredient is added.
Also, Vanadium has been known to be somewhat toxic to the lungs when taken consistently, so that gives cause for concern.
Carb Cutter Safety
It is meant to help you cut down 1 to 2 pounds a week, which is a safe and effective rate of weight loss. If you are coupling it with a good diet and regular exercise, it should help to maintain fitness safely.
However, it does contain quite a bit of caffeine, which may do more to boost energy than the conversion of carbohydrates. There are a lot of unproven ingredients, so it is hard to see how they would affect you in the long run.
Carb Cutter may work if you use it only when you wish to cheat on a diet, but it may not be effective or safe for continued use. I couldn’t find either consumer or clinical reviews on the effectiveness of the product, which makes me a little skeptical as to its effectiveness.
Carb Cutter would do well to take a page from Lipofuze and include more specific details about its formula and any studies done on its ingredients. Until that happens, however, I would suggest looking elsewhere to help yourself along with dieting.