• Relatively Affordable and contains 40 servings per container
  • Doesn't list specific ingredient amounts and is most likely underdosed
7.2Overall Score

Thanks to company’s like RSP Nutrition, you’re no longer limited when it comes to taking a fat burner. Their new Incinerade is a powdered fat burner that offers a nice alternative to pills.
Here’s a complete review with the good, the bad, and everything in between.

Ingredient Examination

Incinerade primarily consists of two proprietary blends ─ fat incinerader matrix and thermogenic igniter matrix.

The first one is going to be where the majority of your fat burning ingredients are found like CLA, l-carnitine l-tartrate, and coffee robusta.

The second is going to be where your performance and endurance-boosting ingredients are found.

L-carnitine l-tartrate and CLA are two safe and commonly used ingredients for better fat burning. CLA stands for conjugated linoleic acid, and is a natural source of trans fat which research shows has the ability to improve overall body composition and help burn fat.[1]

l-carnitine l-tartrate further has the ability to support enhanced fat burning and accelerate recovery from workouts. Additionally, you’re going to find raspberry ketones in here to increase the amount of fatty acids burned as energy.

What’s the Best Way To Use Incinerade?

RSP Nutrition Incinerade
Depending on your sensitivity to beta alanine, the first thing you’re going to feel from using Incinerade is a tingling in the skin. If you’ve never experienced this before, it’s complete normal, and will subside in a few days.

Aside from that, however, you probably won’t experience any other salient effects. All the other ingredients run in the background and produce much more subtle effects. The nice thing about a non-caffeinated powder like Incinerade is the control it gives you over stimulants.

You can just take it by itself if you don’t want to worry about the caffeine, or stack it with another fat burner or pre-workout.

Taste, Price and Availability

As of right now, Incinerade is only available in orange and strawberry. I’ve had the chance to try the strawberry, and it definitely wasn’t bad. I think the most important thing worth mentioning is the value.

Like most supplements, Incinerade is a little watered down as far as effective ingredient dosages go. Thankfully, the price isn’t awful, and you can get a 40 serving container for about $27 at most online supplement retailers.

[1] Leah D Whigham, Abigail C Watras, and Dale A Schoeller Efficacy of conjugated linoleic acid for reducing fat mass: a meta-analysis in humans Am J Clin Nutr May 2007 vol. 85 no. 5 1203-1211

About The Author

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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