When it all comes down to it, you make a fat burner to lose weight. You can add all the fancy ingredients or hype it all up with marketing or celebrities but by the end of the day your product has to make the average person lose a few pounds.
How do you do just that? Well, you need to have the right kind of formula paired with more than enough serving size. From the looks of it, Final Cutz seems to be on the right path with a short yet impressive-looking stack and a larger than usual serving size.
Will Final Cutz actually make the cut? Let’s find out.
About Final Cutz
It’s supposed to be designed to support the body’s natural fat burning processes while providing for focus, concentration, and “clarity” whatever that means. It seems to be able to to support appetite control as well. Final Cutz also seem to be proud of its primary ingredients by displaying them in front of the label but we counted the ingredients they have and there are more so does it mean they’re not proud of those ingredients? Formula notes:
- Prop blend. We’re good when at guesstimating so it doesn’t matter.
- Huge serving. It’s huge for a capsule that’s for sure.
- 50 servings. That’s a lot for one bottle.
Final Cutz Supplement Facts
|Serving Size: 2 Capsule|
Servings Per Container: 50
|Ingredients||Amount Per Serving|
|Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)||4 mg|
|Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)||35 mg|
|Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL)||10 mg|
|Folic Acid (Folate)||400 mcg|
|Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)||100 mcg|
|Lipid Oxidation & Focus Intensifier|
|Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Green Tea Extract (Camellia Sinensis), Caffeine (Anhydrous), Phenylethylamine HCL, African Mango (Irvignia Gabonensis), Bitter Orange (Citrus Aurantium), Evodiamine Extract, Tyramine, Sclareolide, Bioperine® (Piper Nigrum), and N-Methyl-Phenylethylamine|
|Other Ingredients: Gelatin (capsule), Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, FD&C Yellow #6, FD&C Yellow #5|
|Directions for use: As a dietary supplement, adults take one serving (2 Capsules) in the morning on an empty stomach or as directed by a licensed physician. Do not exceed recommended dose within a 24-hour period. To avoid sleeplessness, do not take within 4 hours of bedtime.|
Final Cutz has a formula that looks great at first but makes you scratch your head down the line.
Final Cutz has one thing most supplements in capsule form don’t: Great serving size. With 1,600 mg of serving and a short-looking stack, FINAL CUTZ looks like it’s about to be the next big thing in the fat burning industry. Thing is, it looks great at the start but it becomes weird and questionable until the end. Let’s break down the ingredients in this formula:
Liquid Oxidation & Focus Intensifier, 1,600 mg
- Acetyl-L-Carnitine. Simply called ALCAR, this amino acid is known for its ability to funnel fatty acids into the mitochondria which literally ramps up fat burning from a cellular standpoint. Sounds good and all but it needs a lot of dose power and we’re hoping it being the first on the list means it has what it needs.
- Green Tea Extract. Our #1 fat burning ingredient is known for being naturally great at being a health herb on top of being a potent fat shredder.
- Caffeine. Everyone’s favorite (or hated?) stimulant can not only wake you up but also speed up your metabolism by a good margin. The burn may not be much compared to its more potent counterparts but at least we know it’s safe…most of the time.
- Phenylethylamine HCl. Also known as PEA, this is a nootropic known for its mood-boosting benefits. There’s also an angle towards cognitive enhancement particularly on focus and concentration. For fat burning, it could help by controlling hormone levels which benefit blood glucose levels.
- African Mango. We barely see this and to be quite frank, we don’t like seeing it. While it looks to function a lot like other appetite suppressants, since it’s fiber-based, the evidence surrounding it is too scarce and the one study we found that proves its benefits is not fool-proof.
- Bitter Orange. This is usually where you get synephrine but it’s not standardized so we have no idea if this is helpful or not.
- Evodiamine. This is cayenne’s less hostile cousin since it can function a little bit like cayenne but without burning a hole in your gut.
- Tyramine. Also known as hordenine, this is PEA’s partner as it helps slowdown the breakdown of PEA in the brain, prolonging PEA’s efficacy.
- Sclareolide. It’s supposed to be a weight loss ingredient but our researcher has found zero evidence of this.
- Black Pepper. Our favorite nutrient absorption booster comes also in our favorite brand BioPerine®. It can also function as a fat burner like cayenne.
- N-Methyl-Phenylethylamine. Functions a lot like PEA but it’s natural and supposed to have a “slow-release” effect. Dosage is questionable, though, specially since it’s lower than black pepper and black pepper can work even in doses lower than 10 mg.
Final Cutz is like that one guy or girl you dated because they looked to be nice but really had issues. We see the blend at first and we’re like “Wow, 1,600 mg and a short stack!” but then as we began our usual scrutiny, we start to see the holes.
They got a great combination of burners in the form of ALCAR, Green Tea, and Caffeine and maybe even PEA but the formula loses credibility after that. We see ingredients that are either flawed when it comes to evidence or flawed because of questionable function.
Speaking of evidence and function, they used Sclareolide, an ingredient that doesn’t have much when it comes to evidence or studies. Seriously, we did our homework and we couldn’t find anything on this rumored weight loss compound. We also have Bitter Orange Extract which is usually great but we don’t even know if it has synephrine or how much synephrine it has.
Dosing past caffeine is also an issue since no matter how great your ingredients are, if you can’t match them with the right dosage you got nothing and we like to highlight N-Methyl-Phenylethylamine. This nootropic is great for mood and maybe appetite but the going dosage is at least 100 mg. Placing it below a single-digit potency ingredient like Black Pepper means it’ll do absolutely nothing.
All in all, Final Cutz had us going the first half but makes us want to not touch it again in the second half. It can still function for fat burning and maybe a bit of focus but let’s face it, it’s not the first supplement any user who knows their shit would buy.
Final Cutz Benefits
We got decent fat burning, some energy, and maybe focus. We’re not sure about the appetite control but it could work for you.
Who Takes It?
Users who like the kind of nootro-burner mix Final Cutz has will definitely try this one out. The relatively low price should also make it attractive to those who have a small budget.
Any Side Effects?
The most that you would experience are jitters, palpitations, and maybe a bit of sweating. We say “most” because the doses are hidden and we can’t guarantee something we don’t see.
Final Cutz Summary
- Good serving. It’s huge for a capsule.
- Quality. We see a few ingredients worth paying for.
- Nootro-Burn. Not just a simple fat burner, folks.
- Cheap. It’s a steal if you don’t have much of a budget.
- Not standardized. Standardizing can make an average ingredient premium.
- Questionable. Some ingredients makes us question their research quality.
Pricing & Buying Info
- 1 bottle (50 servings): $23.98
- Available online and in retail stores
Final Word on Final Cutz
We really looked forward to Final Cutz when we saw the serving size and short label but in the end, we expected too much and got so little. It can burn fat, keep you focused, and give you energy but they could’ve done all this without the questionable ingredients they added.
Its only saving grace is how cheap it is compared to similar products so perhaps it will garner an audience but we’re fairly certain it won’t expand beyond that demographic.