Dietary Supplement - Platinum Labs Opti Burn 45 Servings
Boost your burning of body fat, mood, water loss, and even immunity with Platinum Labs Opti-Burn!
Platinum Labs Opti Burn Benefits
- Can Help Eliminate Stubborn Body Fat
- Provides Energy Boost without the Crash
- Vitamin C Immune Support
- Helps Enhance Mood
- Diruetic for Excess Water Loss
How to Take Platinum Labs Opti Burn
Take 1 scoop of Optiburn first thing in the morning before your first meal.
Optiburn should only be taken by people over the age of 18 years of age. Optiburn is a thermogenic weight loss product and may act as a diuretic so its important to keep up fluid intake during the day. Please read the full suggested use and warnings label.
Platinum Labs Opti Burn Ingredients
Servings per Container: 45
Amount per Serving
Total Fat 0g
Total Carbohydrate 1g
N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine HCl 2000mg
Nelumbo nucifera (Leaf) 300mg
African Mango Extract 10:1 300mg
Horsetail Stem Extract 4:1 300mg
Green Coffee Bean Extract 4:1 250mg
Raspberry Ketone 250mg
Matcha Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) (Leaf) Powder 200mg
Dandelion Lead Extract 4:1 200mg
Other ingredients: Natural and artificial flavours, Citric Acid, Caffeine anhydrous, malic acid, silicon dioxide, sucralose, acesulfame potassium, turmeric powder (colour).
Platinum Labs Opti Burn Warnings
Optiburn is a supplement and contains caffeine, green tea extract, and other ingredients therefore: You should not use Optiburn if being treated for blood pressure, Thyroid issues, stroke, any heart related conditions, any disorder related to liver or kidneys, and psychiatric illness or disorder and/or any other mental health issue. Optiburn should not be taken in conjunction with any medication at all without the prescribing doctors permission. You should always check with your doctor before taking any supplements. If any adverse effects begin, discontinue use and if necessary consult with a doctor.
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