It's time to review Primal Labs' GlucoBurn – which is a diabetes supplement.
But is this product worth it?
- Does it cause any side effects?
- Are there are complaints about it?
- Are its ingredients any good?
And most importantly – is GlucoBurn a scam or does it have any chances to be one?
Well, I analyzed it in detail – so I will give you the truth behind it below.
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on GlucoBurn.
Full Name: GlucoBurn by Primal Labs
Product Type: Diabetes/Blood Sugar Supplement
Best Actual Price: About $60/bottle
Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website
It's also available on Amazon – but I can't guarantee it's the original product.
Designed For: Supporting insulin efficiency – it claims to:
- stimulate insulin production
- lower sugar absorption
- increase sugar metabolism
My Rating: 7 out of 10
Recommended?: Not entirely – even though it's not a bad product at all:
- ingredients could be better (and more varied)
- not effective in a lot of cases
- quite pricey for its value
I personally recommend a cheaper supplement that has the best ingredients I looked into.
What I Liked About It
- Based on 2 trademark ingredients
- Contains potent substances against diabetes
- Formula is decent (but could be much better)
- Pills are quite easy to swallow
- Available on retailers (Amazon)
What I Didn't Like About It
- Only contains 4 active ingredients
- Daily dosage is unclear
- Enough unsatisfied users
- Doesn't work in many cases
- Price is a bit too high for its composition
#1 – How It Works & Producer
To begin with – here are some basic things you should know about GlucoBurn:
- its mechanism of action
- what makes it different
- who is its producer
1. How It Works
GlucoBurn has a pretty different mechanism of action:
- Blocks the conversion of complex carbs into sugars.
- Clears excess glucose from your bloodstream.
- Maintains blood sugar at a healthy level.
In other words, it mostly works by reducing carbs transformation into sugar.
Additionally – it stimulates insulin production from pancreas.
However, many diabetes supplements also boost insulin production.
So that's a pretty common technique.
Basically, what makes GlucoBurn different is that it reduces carb conversion into sugar.
Now – this looks like an amazing promise.
But in reality, it could only be a theoretical one:
- many complaints about its results
- formula isn't anything special
So GlucoBurn claims to work differently – but it contains about the same ingredients as most diabetes products.
That's why I doubt it works that well in reality.
But on paper, its mechanism of action looks really promising.
2. Company Behind
This supplement is made by a brand called Primal Labs.
At first sight, this company looks very reputable:
- focused on creating healthy supplements
- very professional website
- a lot of contact info available
However, Primal Labs seems to have a couple of complaints (as a brand).
Even though I still consider it legitimate, it's worth taking a closer look at it before placing an order.
#2 – Ingredients (7 out of 10)
GlucoBurn's formula is decent – but it could be a lot better, if you ask me:
- contains essential substances for diabetes
- its main ingredients are herbal extracts
However, there are only 4 active ingredients in its composition.
Besides, their doses aren't the highest.
(But you can take several 2-3 pills/day, which solves the problem).
So all in all, GlucoBurn has a good formula.
However, it's far from the best diabetes supplement – in terms of composition.
That's why I have some mixed feelings about it.
Now – let's take a closer look at its 4 active ingredients.
1. GlucoHelp (3 mg)
This ingredient is a superior version of Banaba extract.
Banaba is a classic compound against diabetes, as you can find it in most supplements:
- reduces glucose levels
- decreases insulin resistance
- improves insulin receptors sensitivity
Now, GlucoHelp combines this Banaba extract with Coroscolic Acid.
This mix is responsible for keeping blood sugar levels low and increasing insulin. 
You can also find it in other high-quality supplements (like StrictionD).
So it's the best form of Banaba extract from the market.
2. GS4 Plus (50 mg)
You might have heard of Gymnema Sylvestre, which is another common ingredient in diabetes products.
Well – Gluco Burn contains a patented version of this compound (GS4 Plus).
All in all, it's responsible for insulin levels:
- promotes insulin production
- converts insulin into its active form
- stimulates pancreatic function
Besides, this extract also has some clinical trials behind it. 
3. White Mulberry Leaf Extract (400 mg)
Here's another regular compound in diabetes supplements.
In terms of effect – it's the main responsible behind Gluco Burn's effect.
That's because it's the one that reduces carb conversion into sugars:
- blocks the enzymes responsible for this conversion
- clears glucose from your bloodstream
- maintains a healthy blood sugar level 
Now, Gluco Burn's version of this herb contains DNJ (which is a glucose inhibitor).
4. Alpha Lipoic Acid (20 mg)
Last but not least, this is another classic ingredient against diabetes:
- it's a very strong antioxidant 
- boosts glucose metabolism
- promotes overall health
Now, Alpha Lipoic Acid is great as a general health booster.
However – it also has a great effect against high blood sugar levels.
All in all, Gluco Burn's formula is far from bad.
It's based on classic ingredients against diabetes (in some strong versions).
However – there are only 4 ingredients in its composition.
So even though it's not bad at all, it's far from other supplements.
That's why I wouldn't necessarily recommend this formula.
#3 – Pills & Dosage (7 out of 10)
Here are the main features of GlucoBurn's capsules.
Like most diabetes supplements – GlucoBurn is formulated as vegetable capsules.
For this reason, its pills look quite regular:
- average dimensions
- gelatin cover
- easy to swallow
This supplements looks quite questionable from this point of view.
According to the label – its serving size is one capsule.
This means you need to take one pill per day.
However – some reviews and previous users state you can take 2-3 pills per day:
- one bottle contains 90 capsules
- a bottle is typically a monthly supply
Now – the problem is that I couldn't find any info about GlucoBurn's back label.
So there's no official info about its recommended daily dose (which is pretty weird).
Also – the doses for one pill aren't very high.
For this reason, taking 2-3 capsules per day would make sense.
However, I cannot really tell for sure.
So you can only find out the best dosage if you purchase the product and check its real label.
That's pretty frustrating – as 99% of all supplements give out their recommended dosage on their website.
Still, GlucoBurn makes a (negative) exception here.
#4 – Results (7 out of 10)
If you want to see how a product works, you should look at its user feedback.
Now, GlucoBurn does have a couple of reviews online.
But its previous users are not the most satisfied ones.
Note: I only considered authentic reviews, not promotional/fake ones.
1. Positive Opinions
First of all – this supplement is sold on both its official website and on Amazon.
Now, the version from Amazon seems to be the original one:
- seller is Primal Labs
- there are other supplements from the same brand available
But even so, I cannot guarantee it's the authentic version.
Still – I decided to analyze the reviews there, since it's probably the real product.
Now, there are only a few user reviews – and they are quite mixed up.
But let's take a closer look at the positive ones:
- Some say it controlled their blood sugar levels.
- Others state it works really well combined with diabetes medication.
- A few mention it's really helpful for high glucose levels.
Again – there were pretty few reviews for this product.
So the overall number of satisfied users wasn't very high.
For this reason, I cannot give you a larger view on the experiences of GlucoBurn's satisfied users.
2. Negative Opinions
Despite its few reviews, GlucoBurn has a lot of complaints here:
- Some users state it's absolutely useless.
- Others claim it didn't help them at all.
- A few others say it's too highly praised for what it can really do.
Again – there are very few opinions on this product.
So it's hard to judge it based on less than 20 reviews.
But all in all – its existing reviews are quite mixed up, so it's far from an amazing product.
It does work in some cases, but it doesn't work in many others.
GlucoBurn has both positive and negative experiences.
But as a per cent, it has quite a high number of complaints.
So even though it's effective in some cases – it also doesn't work for many people.
That's why it's not necessarily a product I would recommend.
#5 – Side Effects (8 out of 10)
Since it has very few user reviews, GlucoBurn doesn't have a lot of info about its potential side effects.
Still, I don't consider it the safest diabetes supplement:
- pretty high dose of GlucoHelp
- several patented ingredients
Now, don't get me wrong – this product isn't dangerous either.
But some of its doses are quite high and certain ingredients come in a concentrated version.
Now – it may not cause any issue in a lot of users.
But in my view, it has a higher risk of side effects than most diabetes supplements.
However – I don't want to use this as a reason for not recommending it.
It's true that it has very few user reviews – but none of them complain about side reactions.
So it's not as dangerous in reality.
#6 – Price (6 out of 10)
GlucoBurn isn't the priciest diabetes supplement out there.
However, it's far from those affordable ones as well.
But for its value – I consider it quite expensive.
1. The Exact Price
As I said – this product is sold both on its official page and on Amazon.
Still, I cannot guarantee that Amazon's version is the original one.
For this reason – let's analyze its price from the official website:
- A single bottle costs $59.99.
- You get a discount if you buy at least 3 bottles at once.
- For a 6 months supply, you pay around $45/bottle.
- You can also sign up for VIP auto-refill (some kind of subscription).
- In this case, you pay between $54 and $41 for a bottle (depending on the quantity).
As in all cases, I don't recommend going for a subscription from the start.
If you decide you want to use this product for the long run – you can subscribe at one point.
But I don't advise you to do it before seeing how GlucoBurn really works.
Other than that, I consider it rather expensive:
- only contains 4 ingredients
- formula isn't as impressive as in other products
Don't get me wrong – GlucoBurn is a valuable supplement that works in some cases.
But I simply don't consider it to be worth that much.
That especially when there are so many better options out there.
2. Competitors' Price
I only want to compare GlucoBurn with my top recommended diabetes supplement.
I'm talking about Striction D:
- GlucoBurn has a decent formula with 4 active ingredients.
- Striction D probably has the best formula from the market.
- It contains 5 the most potent ingredients for diabetes (both herbs and vitamins/minerals).
- Both products contain trademark compounds.
- GlucoBurn costs $60/bottle normally.
- In the best case, you ca get it for about $45.
- Striction D comes at $56/bottle as a standard price.
- In the best case, you can buy a bottle for about $19.
Now – in terms of quality/price, Striction D is clearly superior to GlucoBurn.
It has a much better formula and its price is way lower.
Not to mention that its results tend to be much better.
For this reason, it's a way better deal overall.
Considering its quality, GlucoBurn is a bit expensive.
It's definitely not a scam – but it could cost at least $10 less.
That's why it's not my top recommended blood sugar supplement.
#7 – GlucoBurn In 3 Ideas
Let me summarize my view on GlucoBurn in 3 ideas.
1. Trademark Ingredients
This supplement's formula may not be the best from the market.
But it surely stands out because of 2 patented ingredients:
- GS4 Plus
Both of them are some improved versions of the original compounds (Banaba and Gymnema leaves).
So their are definitely the best part about this product's formula.
2. Mixed Reviews
GlucoBurn doesn't have an impressive user feedback:
- pretty few user opinions
- a high per cent are negative
- few of them are very detailed
So its customer reviews are pretty mixed up.
But judging after the number of its satisfied users, it doesn't work in a lot of cases.
3. Could Be Cheaper
Consider its value, this supplement could cost a lot less.
That's because its formula isn't the most impressive one.
Plus, for a product with only 4 ingredients – it's extremely expensive.
So even though it works in some cases, I consider it a bit pricey.
My Verdict – Worth Or Not?
Short answer: Not completely.
It's definitely not a bad product at all – but there are some things I didn't like about it:
- Formula could be a lot better.
- Daily serving size is unclear.
- Doesn't work in many cases.
- Price is a bit too high for its current value.
Now, I personally don't consider GlucoBurn a scam.
It has a lot of good points – especially regarding some of its ingredients.
But all in all, I personally would not go for it as a first choice for diabetes.
So what would I recommend instead?
There's another product that makes the best diabetes supplement I know (Striction D):
- best formula from the market
- based on the most important 5 ingredients for diabetes
- excellent results in most users
- also helps with weight loss
Compared to GlucoBurn – it costs about the same, but it has a much better value.
That's why I recommend Striction D to everyone looking for a high quality diabetes product.
All in all, it's simply the best one I looked into.