Burn XS will be the latest supplement to join BPI’s successful line of supplements.

BPI Burn XS is a fat blasting and focus supporting supplement. The ingredient formula was recently released, so I decided to research the profile and find out if it is worth the wait. Needless to say, I was quite surprised with what I found out.

The Scoop on the Ingredients

BPI Burn XS will feature several different ingredients in its profile to obtain the fat blasting and cognition enhancing benefits.

One key ingredient in BPI Burn XS is CDP-Choline. CDP-Choline is an ingredient used to influence the central nervous system by increasing noradrenaline and dopamine levels. Consequently, this ingredient helps support learning and memory function. [1]

Picamilon is another ingredient in BPI Burn XS that is used to boost focus and help cognition. A combination of these ingredients can possibly help improve mind-muscle connection, making your workout experience better.

Some big ingredients in BPI Burn XS that help blast fat and rev up the metabolism include caffeine anhydrous and yohimbe bark.

Caffeine is one of the most popular weight-loss ingredients, and it also doubles as a great energy-improving compound, too, which is why it is found in both energy and weight-loss products.

Yohimbe bark has been shown to aid in fat-loss in athletes when supplemented with for 21 days. [2]

Another worthy mention is the inclusion of cocoa seed extract, which can help support cognition and weight management due to the compounds caffeine and theobromine.

How to Use BPI Burn XS

Each bottle provides 40 capsules. Consequently, it looks like each serving may be 1 capsule, which means each bottle will last well over a month.

At this time, I’m not sure if 2 capsules per day is the higher end of a safe, daily dose for those tolerant to caffeine, or if that is too much. I’ll have to wait and see what the company indicates when it is officially released.

Availability and Pricing

Since BPI Burn XS hasn’t been released yet, I’m not sure how much each bottle will retail for. Another weight-loss product by BPI, Roxy, retails for about $20 and has 45 pills. I wouldn’t be surprised if BPI Burn XS ends up retailing for a similar price.

I am seeing BPI Burn XS being listed on several big third-party websites. Consequently, I don’t think it will be hard to find it once it’s released, and you’ll most likely be able to shop around for competitive pricing.

Stay tuned, as soon as more information is released, I will be updating this review!

[1] Secades JJ, Frontera G. “CDP-choline: pharmacological and clinical review.” Methods Find Exp Clin Pharmacol. 1995 Oct;17 Suppl B:1-54.

[2] Ostojic SM. “Yohimbe: the effects on body composition and exercise performance in soccer players.” Res Sports Med. 2006 Oct-Dec;14(4):289-99.



About The Author

Brian E.

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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