Thanks for the query.
Like any too good to be true fat burner, these are just tall claims made.
Most fat burners in my experience have majorly not worked.
Most people take it as a “trial and error” product meaning that they only find out that most often it's not really effective after trying it. Keep in mind that some fat burners or pills have no scientific evidence or testimonials. Most people have experienced little or no difference at all after using a fat burner.
Like any fat burner there are chances of side effects due to poor nutrition.
Even if you do lose weight it's almost loss of muscle mass and not so much of fats, which could easily show as a weight loss on the weighing scale.
You are young. Give your body a chance to lose weight by natural and healthy ways.
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