Vintage Burn Fat Burner FAQ
- One Container: 60 servings
- Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Being old and being vintage are two entirely different things. Being old means to be out of fashion, to be left out by the present. Being vintage, on the other hand, means to be a myth among the youth.
That is what the people at Old School Labs want you to know with their Vintage line of products. Their entire take on supplements seems to be more of building on the old ways and re-innovating them to keep up with the times.
Their flagship fat burner is Vintage Burner, and it promises to be made of nothing but premiums, help preserve muscle, and shred fat.
Can Vintage Fat Burner prove that oldies can still be goodies today? Let’s find out.
Who Makes It?
Vintage Fat Burner is made by Old School Labs, a company that made it their theme to focus on old-style formulas and revitalizing them with fancy ingredients and cutting edge science.
Vintage Fat Burner was made with the idea of addressing the problem of losing muscle when dieting, which can be true and explains why so many prefer to bulk than to cut despite being severely overweight.
Marketing Claims Made
The following claims were made about Vintage Burn Fat Burner:
- Burn Fat: We’re not sold on this claim. The ingredients aren’t potent enough and it’s more stim-powered than an actual premium fat burner.
- Preserve Muscle: We’re inclined to also not say this claim works. Chrysin may help reduce testosterone breakdown, but you need a lot more than 100 mg per serving.
- Boost energy and suppress appetite: This we believe works. The actual recommended usage wants you to take four capsules a day, totaling to 300 mg caffeine. It also has ingredients that can definitely suppress appetite.
Weight loss has to always be focused on proper diet and exercise FIRST, so you have to commit to your weight loss routine on top of using this fat burner, otherwise don’t expect results.
What’s in it?
Now, let’s take a closer look at what’s inside Vintage Burn Fat Burner. In one serving, you will get:
- Green Tea Leaf Extract: The best ingredient when it comes to burning fat. The science about its fat shredding benefit has to do with its EGCG content, its most active antioxidant. EGCG pretty much promotes fat burning through fat oxidation, and green tea is good at it. The problem is, the ingredient is generic and not standardized for EGCG. 
- Green Coffee Bean Extract: Green coffee beans are known for their chlorogenci acid content or CGAs. CGAs help improve overall fat burning efficiency, similar to how EGCG works. The problem is, it’s also not standardized. 
- Raspberry Ketones: We’re not totally sold on raspberry ketones as a fat burner, but it does have some research on it. The dosage is also pretty good considering it’s not even a “big” fat burner. 
- Olive Leaf Extract: This is more of a thyroid ingredient that supposedly promotes fat burning hormone release. 
- Caffeine: The dose we get of caffeine per serving is 150 mg, but the usage recommendation puts this at 300 mg total per day, which is equivalent to three cups of black coffee. 
- Bacopa Leaf Extract: This is a nootropic that helps boost mood. This can be helpful since dieting can be really stressful. However, it’s yet again not standardized for bacosides. 
- Garcinia Fruit Extract: This is the ingredient they used to claim being an appetite suppressant. This is due to its hydroxycitric acid or HCA content. It also helps block carbs from being converted to fat. 
- Chrysin: This is an aromatase blocker. Aromatase is an enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen. This is where the muscle preserver claim comes from, but we think the dose is too small. 
- Forskohlii Root Extract: This is an ingredient that stimulates fat burning hormone production by triggering something called cAMP. 
Supplement Facts Label
Some of the benefits you can expect from taking Vintage Burn Fat Burner include:
- Decent to high energy: Depending on the serving suggestion you follow, this can give you a nice jolt of energy or an entire day’s worth of stimulation.
- Appetite control: Garcinia is known to help keep hunger pangs at bay.
- Thermo: The fat burning effect overall may be not as hot as we imagined, but it’s not as bad either compared to mediocre formulas.
The bulk of the side effects will likely come from the caffeine content. Since the serving suggestion ramps up to 300 mg, you can experience some side effects like headaches, jitters, and a lot of sweating.
We’re also not sure at how safe it is to consume something that directly affects your thyroid (olive leaf), so if you start feeling things that aren’t supposed to happen, stop using.
We always recommend you speak with your doctor before taking any supplements featured on this site.
Vintage Burn Fat Burner is in capsule form, so there’s no reason to have it taste anything more than what typical capsules taste like.
Number of Servings
One bottle has 60 servings. One serving is 2 capsules.
Top Alternative to This Product
Vintage Burn Fat Burner vs Shred Jym
We think Shred Jym is a good alternative to Vintage Fat Burner because of the formula structure.
Shred Jym has;
- Acetyl-L-Carnitine HCI
- Green Tea Leaf Extract (98% Polyphenols, 75% Catechins, 45% EGCG)
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Capsimax® Cayenne Pepper Fruit Extract
- Synephrine (as Citrus aurantium unripe fruit extract, Advantra-Z®)
Much like Vintage Burn, Shred Jym contains ingredients meant for muscle preservation, fat burning, energy, and a mood booster. However, this is where the similarities end.
Shred Jym’s formula is by far the premium version of what Vintage Burn wanted to accomplish.
- Acetyl L-Carnitine is a topnotch ingredient muscle recovery
- Tyrosine isn’t a better nootropic than Bacopa, but it doesn’t have to be standardized to work.
- Green tea is actually standardized
On top of that, Shred Jym also has Capsimax and Synephrine, two potent fat burners. Synephrine also works really well with Caffeine.
Which one is better? The obvious answer is Shred Jym for both efficacy and value.
Based on the reviews on Amazon, users gave it a modest 4.1 out of 5. Considering the rather lackluster formula, this isn’t that bad.
Users love it for just being effective or finding a way to make it work for them. Many report significant weight loss after giving the product a few weeks.
Some users report bouts of diarrhea and headaches. Others say it does work, but to a lesser extent than their previous brands.
Vintage Burn Fat Burner’s take on fat burning is more about helping you lose weight without losing muscle. They do this by adding ingredients known to not only do those two things, but also help with stress, mood, and energy.
Unfortunately, none of the ingredients are in their most potent forms. The dosages were okay, but would have been better if the ingredients were concentrated.
Overall, we think Vintage Burn, at its best, is an average fat burner. It’s not bad, but we’d prefer something else for the same (or lower) price.
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