Miracle Burn 360 At a Glance$23.95
Safe to Use3.0/10
- Uses stimulants for short-term energy boost
- Mulberry Leaves reduce inflammation
- Citrus Aurantium can cause adverse side effects
- Missing Cayenne Pepper, Glucomannan, and other key ingredients
- Weak long-term effects (doesn't help with fat loss)
Here’s our Miracle Burn 360 review. A popular diet pill that’s available in the UK and other parts of the world. Priced at $29.95 per bottle, Miracle Burn 360 claims to help you:
- Burn belly fat “around the clock”
- Have more energy
- Eat less and stay full throughout the day
Although you’ll see some reviews saying how Miracle Burn is a stim-free fat burner, that’s not the case. It contains a few ingredients that can be classified as stimulants – including the controversial Citrus Aurantium, which is known for its aggressive effects.
So, does Miracle Burn 360 work? Is it safe? Can it really help you lose weight faster?
We share our thoughts below – checking the customer reviews, ingredients inside, company reputation, and more.
Miracle Burn 360 Review – The Basics
Miracle Burn 360 belongs to a group of supplements called fat burners. These products are available to buy over the counter and typically consist of natural ingredients – such as plant extracts, herbs, vitamins and minerals. In most cases, fat burners are safe to take, but some of them do have risky ingredients you should watch out for.
As for Miracle Burn 360 specifically, it is a product said to help women lose unwanted belly fat by increasing the metabolism, fat cell breakdown, and appetite suppression. Although, it can be used by men as well.
You should also feel an increase in energy levels from using Miracle Burn 360. But this short-lived stimulant fix is usually followed by a crash afterwards. That’s what our experience testing hundreds of fat burners over the years has taught us.
Upon investigating the company, we weren’t able to find much about them online. Miracle Burn appears to be produced by a manufacturer called “Marine Supplements LLC.” And it looks like it was founded in 2013. Their official website doesn’t look to friendly either. It’s very basic and outdated. I know that I personally wouldn’t want to buy a product if I visited this website for the first time. That’s why probably most customers of Miracle Burn 360 are those that are shopping on Amazon.
How to Use Miracle Burn 360
According to the label instructions, Miracle Burn 360 dosage is 1 capsule with a meal and a full glass of water per day.
This isn’t an ideal way to take a fat burner, even though it sounds convenient. Why?
Because when you take a fat burner once per day, its ingredients will stay in your system for a few hours. Then you’re back to baseline.
By contrast, taking a fat burner that contains 3-4 daily servings provides more sustainable effects. Yeah, it’s a bit less convenient, but it brings better long-term results. All you have to do is remember to take the capsules a few times per day and let the ingredients take care of the rest.
Okay so, let’s take a look at what’s inside Miracle Burn 360. Are the ingredients any good?
Miracle Burn 360 uses a few decent ingredients, like green tea and Medical Amylum. While green tea is known for its thermogenic properties (helps to increase your metabolism), Medical Amylum is a weak appetite suppressant.
But here’s the bummer… we don’t know the dose of any ingredient in Miracle Burn. It’s all one big proprietary blend. Basically, you don’t know how much of these ingredients you’re putting in your body. Not only does this bring the risk of side effects but also prevents us from knowing how effective Miracle Burn 360 is.
See for yourself:
1. Citrus Aurantium – Potentially Unsafe Ingredient
“Citrus Aurantium” might not ring any bells, but you may know it under the name Bitter Orange Peel, or Bitter Orange Extract. It’s quite a common ingredient in fat burners, unfortunately.
Why unfortunately? Because it’s just coffee with more side effects. Citrus Aurantium works by triggering stress hormones in your body, which raises your heart rate and blood pressure. This aggressive effect can help you have more energy temporarily. But it’s followed by a crash afterwards. 
When you’re in this kind of a stressed state, your body will naturally burn more calories. But that’s not sustainable and can wear your body down over the long run.
2. Cassia Seed Extract – Helps with Constipation
Cassia Seeds have been used for many purposes. One of them is to improve the regularity of BMs. Apart from that, cassia seeds can help you if you have painful and teary eyes, and can promote healthy circulation in your body.
Still, there’s no evidence that this particular ingredient could help with fat burning. We’d rather use something proven here. Maybe Glucomannan for appetite impression of Cayenne Pepper for the metabolism.
3. Coicis Extract – Stops Diarrhea?
This is another werid one. Coicis extract, much like the previous ingredient on the list, helps with digestion, bodily fluid redistribution, and bowel regularity. 
These kinds of ingredients are commonly mixed up with fat burners, but they’re not similar in any way. You might lose some water weight by taking Coicis Extract. So if you have a problem with edema or excess fluid build up in your body, it could be a good choice. But it doesn’t work for weight loss.
4. Mulberry Leaf Extract – Helps with Inflammation
Mulberry leaves have been traditionally used to help with blood sugar imbalances, high cholesterol and chronic inflammation. These effects make it a useful supporting ingredient in a fat burner. If you’re having problems with blood sugar or general inflammation in the body, then this ingredient is worth looking into.  It’s just disappointing we can’t see its dose in Miracle Burn 360.
5. Green Tea Extract – Great Thermogenic Ingredient
Finally, we’ve waited for this one. Green tea is an amazing fat burning ingredient. In the right doses, it helps to boost your metabolism and weight loss. It provides small molecules called catechins which make your body more efficient at burning through unwanted fat stores. You need the right amount of it to work though; too little and it won’t have an effect, too much and it can put a strain on your liver. It’s a total letdown that Miracle Burn 360 didn’t disclose its amount on the label.
6. Medical Amylum – Starch That Reduces Appetite
This is not a bad ingredient. It’s a starch found in foods such as potatoes, wheat and corn.  As it’s a complex carbohydrate, it digests a bit slower in your stomach than refined carbs. Additionally, combining Medical Amylum with water helps it swell a little, which can make you feel fuller. This is why it’s been used in fat burners like Miracle Burn 360.
Despite all of this though, you need a high amount of Medical Amylum to feel it working. I’m talking grams here. It has to swell to a point where it actually makes you feel fuller. It’s highly unlikely that a few capsules of Miracle Burn 360 contain that much.
A better ingredient to include would be Glucomannan, also known as Konjac Root. This is a much more powerful dietary fiber than Medical Amylum because it’s able to swell more, and you need less of it to achieve the same effect.
Another one of our favorite appetite suppressants is Garcinia Cambogia. A tropical fruit that works a bit differently from Glucomannan and Medical Amylum. Instead of swelling in your stomach, Garcinia helps raise your natural serotonin levels, which tricks your brain into thinking you ate something recently.
As we said above, a better appetite suppressant is missing. Garcinia Cambogia and Glucomannan are the two best ones on the market right now, by far.
Apart from these two, something like Cayenne Pepper to further boost the metabolism, and vitamin D perhaps to balance hormone levels, which can help with fat loss too. 
Overall, there’s a lot of room for improvement in Miracle Burn 360. Many of its ingredients aren’t proven to help with fat loss in any way. If they replaced it with some of the ones mentioned above, and if they showed their doses clearly on the label, then we’d be talking about a completely different supplement!
Is Miracle Burn 360 safe? Well, the ingredients are for the most part. Most of the ingredients are herbs and plant extracts which have been used traditionally, so they shouldn’t give you any serious side effects. The exception is Bitter Orange Peel or Citrus Aurantium which is too aggressive and should be removed from the formula. It’s known to cause racing heart, high blood pressure and other side effects.
Another big issue are the doses of the ingredient (or the lack of info about them). We can’t see the dosages as they’re hidden behind a proprietary blend. For example, green tea extract is a fantastic fat loss ingredient. But too much of it is shown to put a strain on the liver.
So if you decide to give this one a shot, start with just one capsule to asses your tolerance. And be careful not to take too much, as it can have dire consequences. Standard warnings apply as well – this article isn’t advice, so you’ll need to talk to a professional if you have any concerns or need suggestions!
Miracle Burn 360 Before and After Results
What results can you expect from Miracle Burn 360? Any before and after pictures? Well, there are a lot of opinions on it online, many of them are faked, but here’s our view on it.
When we first got Miracle Burn 360 (ordered it from Amazon), the initial goal was to try it for 5 weeks. However, we had to quit using it after 2 weeks. The side effects started creeping in. I and Gabriel started having regular headaches and occasional diarrhea. But the most annoying side effect for me was how many times I had to go to the bathroom. Some of the diuretics in this product are insane! We had felt a slight reduction in our appetite throughout the testing period, so at least that’s good.
We also had a few ladies from our team test this one for a few weeks. Amy for example only experienced diuretic effects. Other than that she didn’t have any side effects from using Miracle Burn 360. She also took the recommended 1 capsule per day with a lot of water.
What was most disappointing of all though, none of us experienced any changes on the scale. We kept up with the same nutrition and training regimen during the test period. We did HIIT cardio once per week, lifted weights 3 times per week, and ate mostly lean proteins with complex carbs and veggies. Our fats came from olive oil, avocados, nuts and some ocassional beefy burger in a restaurant.
All in all, our before and after results weren’t that impressive. Looking at the Amazon reviews, we aren’t alone. A few people reached out to us and said they had higher energy levels and felt better in terms of mood, but most of them didn’t experience any significant weight loss.
However, let’s end this section on a more positive note. As it stands, I and Gabriel are amongst the minority who experienced side effects from taking it. So for most people, this will be a safe option.
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Pros and Cons
- Helps with constipation and bloating
- Mulberry Leaf Extract can reduce inflammation and promote diuresis (water loss)
- Uses a proprietary blend, ingredient doses are unknown
- Missing Garcinia Cambogia, Cayenne pepper, and some other key ingredients
- Didn’t help us lose weight
- Citrus Aurantium is an aggressive stimulant
Conclusion to Miracle Burn 360 Review
So, what to conclude from this Miracle Burn 360 review?
Overall, we think there’s a lot of room for improvement. For one, we’d like to see how much of each ingredient is in Miracle Burn 360. Everything is hidden in a proprietary blend, so how can we know if it works or not?
Secondly, Miracle Burn is missing a few important ingredients that are shown to aid fat loss:
- Green Coffee Bean
- Garcinia Cambogia and/or Glucomannan
- Cayenne Pepper
The biggest letdown of this product is that it actually contains a few decent ingredients, but the lack of transparency prevents us from knowing how much is inside. Too much of some ingredients can also be harmful; e.g. green tea extract.
Miracle Burn 360 is marketed as a stim-free fat burner (mainly for women), but all it does it helps you flush excess water. And it’s potentially unsafe… aand that’s about it.
If you’re serous about losing pounds, then we highly recommend doing more research before making a purchase.