Hunter Burn Fat Burner Review

Hunter Burn Fat Burner

One of my top 3 recommendations, Hunter Burn is part of a range of new supplements by Roar Ambition. This is a premium range and it consists of Hunter Test, a natural testosterone booster, Hunter Focus, a natural nootropic and Hunter Burn, a natural fat burner supplement.

So, who is this fat burner for? Hunter products in general and as such Hunter Burn was designed for those that want the best. However, getting the best ingredients and at the right amounts often means paying a premium price. Hence the premium price tag.

Hunter products are aimed at men and Hunter Burn is suitable for both professional athletes and recreational gym-goers.

Hunter Burn Fat Burner


  • Safe and effective fat burning so you can get results faster
  • Burn fat without losing muscle by reducing cravings and speeding up your metabolism
  • Effective control of hunger cravings


  • Dual action fat burner – boosts metabolism and controls appetite
  • It contains no caffeine, but still gives you an energy boost using Matcha Green Tea
  • Fights cravings by suppressing appetite using proven ingredients like Glucomannan
  • No proprietary blend – all ingredients and quantities clearly displayed on the box – no hidden side effects
  • Deals are available – Get an extra box when you purchase the 3 months’ supply


  • Only available online from or from the Roar Ambition website
  • Hunter Burn is a premium supplement. 1 month supply will set you back by $75 / £55 / €60, but there is a deal if you buy 3 months’ supply
  • Gelatin capsules – not suitable for vegetarians

What do other people say about this product?

Although it is a relatively new product, there are a couple of customer testimonials on the official website as well as a couple of video testimonials on Youtube.

Dosage – How to take Hunter Burn

One bottle of Hunter Burn fat burner contains 180 capsules. The recommended dosage is 6 capsules per day. The manufacturer recommends taking 2 capsules 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals.

It may sound a bit over the top taking 6 capsules a day. However, it was necessary in order to be able to cram the right dosage of each ingredient in a daily dose. Also, taking 2 capsules 3 times a day will help you to keep burning fat as the day goes on.


Hunter Burn is a premium-priced product. However, there are deals available on the company’s website. They have a great Black Friday deal on at the moment through the Roar Ambition website. They offer 6 bottles of Hunter Burn fat burner for only $300/£220/€260 as well as worldwide shipping for free.

Standard prices

1 month supply / 1 bottle – $75 / £55 / €60
2 months supply / 2 bottles – $150 / £110 / €120 – includes free shipping in the USA and the UK
3 months supply / 3 bottles – $225 / £165 / €180you get 1 free bottle (4 in total) and free USA and UK shipping

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Where can I buy it?

Hunter Burn is only available direct from the company’s website as well as the Roar Ambition website. It is not available from Amazon or Ebay. The company ships from both the UK and the USA so if you order to those countries you can expect a speedy shipping time.


Hunter Burn contains 6 carefully selected ingredients that work synergistically in order to

Konjac Root Extract (90% Glucomannan) – 3000mg per 6 capsules

Vitamin D3 -3000 IU per 6 capsules

White Kidney Bean 20:1 Extract – 500mg per 6 capsules

L-Theanine – 200mg per 6 capsules

Matcha Green Tea – 200mg per 6 capsules

Cayenne Pepper – 125mg per 6 capsules

The ingredients in Hunter Burn have different ways of aiding fat loss.


L-Theanine is an amino acid that can be found in tea leaves and it has been previously linked to an increased mental function in human studies1.

There have been a few animal studies linking L-theanine to weight loss. Research conducted on mice back in 2004 found that the caffeine and theanine found in green tea were responsible for its suppressive effect on body weight increase and fat accumulation2.

A more recent study conducted on rats found that L-theanine could be responsible for inhibiting the absorption of glucose and secretion of insulin3.

These studies have made a positive link between L-theanine and weight loss in animals which is promising. However, there is a need for human studies to confirm L-theanine’s impact on weight loss in humans.

This finding indicates that L-theanine could be key to achieve weight loss.

White Kidney Bean Extract

White Kidney Bean Extract is regarded as a carbohydrate blocker. As the name says, it blocks the digestion of starches. It does this by inhibiting the activity of the digestive enzyme alpha amylase.

There have been a few human studies that showed that participants taking white kidney bean extract had reduced their body mass and more importantly their body fat4.

The studies showing favourable results used daily doses of over 400 mg and Hunter Burn fat burner contains 500 mg of white kidney bean extract in a daily serving. This indicates that the dosage is high enough to be effective.

However, as this ingredient works by stopping the absorption of some of the carbohydrates you eat, it can also stop vitamins, nutrients, minerals or antioxidants from being absorbed.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin which we get mostly by exposing our skin to the sun, and through taking supplements. D3 is a form of vitamin D that is more readily usable by our body than the D2 form.

During the more cloudy winter months, it is difficult to get the required amount of vitamin D from the sun unless you live somewhere close to the equator. During this time most of us benefit from taking vitamin D in supplement form.

This essential vitamin plays a key role in a whole host of different functions in our bodies. Low levels of vitamin D have been linked to different health issues such as rickets5, depression6 and even weight gain.

A recent study published in the International Journal of Preventive Medicine has linked vitamin D supplementation to weight loss and a decrease in BMI7.


Matcha Green Tea and Cayenne Pepper are natural thermogenics. They help your body burn fat by increasing its metabolic rate without added caffeine.

Matcha Green Tea is a safe, natural fat burner, rich in antioxidants. Matcha is a ground up form of green tea leaves. This means that when you drink Matcha, you consume the whole of the tea leaf rather than just the water the leaves were steeped in.

For this reason, Matcha contains higher levels of antioxidants and polyphenols than standard green tea. The same way as green tea, Matcha helps increase energy levels and helps you to achieve your best during your workouts. It contains polyphenols that increase the body’s metabolism, increasing the rate at which the body turns food into energy8.

Cayenne Pepper also works as a thermogenic, helping to increase your body’s fat burning ability. However, cayenne pepper is a double-edged sword. It is also a natural appetite suppressant9,10. It is not as effective as glucomannan, but it still enhances the appetite suppressant property of Hunter Burn fat burner.

Appetite Suppressant

As well as act as a thermogenic, Hunter Burn also helps to control your cravings. The ingredient that gives this product its appetite suppressant property is the Konjac Root Extract with 90% Glucomannan. Glucomannan is a well-researched natural dietary fiber that swells up in your stomach when mixed with water, making you feel fuller.

Its effectiveness as an appetite suppressant has been proven in a number of studies11, 12.

Hunter Burn contains a whopping 3000mg of this ingredient which is proven to be effective.

Hunter Burn Fat Burner Ingredients

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Potential side effects of Hunter Burn fat burner

The ingredients and their amounts are clearly stated on the label which helps steer clear of unwanted side effects. All ingredients are natural, however, if you have an allergy to any of them, you may experience side effects.

The most likely ingredient that may cause side effects in Hunter Burn is cayenne pepper. Therefore, if you are sensitive or allergic to this ingredient or chilies in general, this fat burner is probably not for you.

Final Verdict on Hunter Burn fat burner

This is one of my top recommended products and I gave it a near-perfect rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Firstly, the ingredients and amounts are clearly visible on the bottle. So you can avoid hidden side effects. It doesn’t contain additional caffeine which can be great for those who struggle with fat burners with too much caffeine in them.

Hunter Burn’s effectiveness comes from it being a dual-action fat burner. With proven and safe natural thermogenics like Matcha Green Tea and Cayenne Pepper and well-researched and safe natural appetite suppressants like Glucomannan you can achieve results faster.

One downside is the gelatin capsules. Therefore, if you are vegetarian or vegan, this product would not be suitable for you.

So, if you are looking for a natural, safe and effective supplement to burn fat, I highly recommend giving Hunter Burn fat burner a try. Although it is a premium product, in my view the list of safe and proven-to-work ingredients in the formula justifies the premium price tag.

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Supplements should never be taken in place of a healthy diet and regular physical activity. So, you should always aim to get these two key pillars right first.

If you need some help with exercise, you can check out my post on Muscle Building and Fat Burning Exercises.

Alternatively, you might want to invest in an online workout guide like Boss Workouts or hire a personal trainer if you prefer that.

You can also check out my post on healthy meal ideas in aid of weight loss if you need some inspiration.



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2. Juneja, L.R., Oguni, I., Okubo, T., Sayama, K. and Zheng, G. (2004). Anti-obesity effects of three major components of green tea, catechins, caffeine and theanine, in mice. In Vivo, Vol. 18(1), pp. 55-62

3. Han, X., Tan, Z., Tang, S., Tong, H., Yan, Q. and Zhou, C. (2017). L-Theanine Administration Modulates the Absorption of Dietary Nutrients and Expression of Transporters and Receptors in the Intestinal Mucosa of Rats. BioMed Research International

White Kidney Bean Extract

4. Barrett, M. L. and Udani, J. K. (2011).
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Vitamin D3

5. Sahay, M. and Sahay, R. (2012).
Rickets–vitamin D deficiency and dependency. Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Vol. 16, Issue 2pp. 164–176.

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Vitamin D deficiency and depression in adults: systematic review and meta-analysis. The British Journal of Psychiatry, Vol. 202, pp. 100-107.

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8. Chantre, P., Dulloo, A. G., Girardier, L., Seydoux, J. and Vandermander, J. (2000).
Green tea and thermogenesis: interactions between catechin-polyphenols, caffeine and sympathetic activity. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, Vol. 24, Issue 2, pp. 252-258.

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Effects of capsaicin, green tea and CH-19 sweet pepper on appetite and energy intake in humans in negative and positive energy balance. Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 28, Issue 3, pp. 260-265.

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The acute effects of a lunch containing capsaicin on energy and substrate utilisation, hormones, and satiety. European Journal of Nutrition, Vol. 48, Issue 4, pp. 229-234.

Appetite Suppressant

11. Behforooz, A., Walsh, D.E. and Yaghoubian, V. (1984). Effect of glucomannan on obese patients: a clinical study. International Journal of Obesity, Vol. 8, Issue 4.

12. Keithley, J. and Swanson, B. (2005). Glucomannan and obesity: a critical review. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Vol. 11, Issue 6, pp. 30-34.