February 22, 2017
Kalor Block Review
If you want to read a review of Kalor Block, you could also read our review of Thermadril. We’re not actually joking. These products are produced by the same company, and while they have a slightly different tone of advertising, they provide the same basic information.
Let’s really think about this for a moment. They don’t provide an ingredients list, which indicates to us that they don’t use any clinically proven ingredients, and Kalor Block/Thermadril probably causes potentially serious or even life threatening side effects. The breakdown is that simple. They rely on the hype surrounding European diet pills. But if anything, it’s really a joke.
As a Reminder
We don’t think that we need to remind you that Kalor Block will not promote weight loss. There’s no plausible way. But just in case you forgot, you should never forget that with all of the lack of information, this product could cause headaches, jitteriness, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, indigestion, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, facial flushing, insomnia, headache, drowsiness, dry mouth, an elevated heartbeat, drowsiness, dry mouth, an elevated heartbeat, low sodium, increased blood sugar, increased cholesterol, rash, joint disorders, gout, impotence in men, menstrual irregularities, and breast enlargement in men, vomiting, stomach cramping, bloody stool, severe cramping, pain, weakness, dizziness, unusual tiredness, rectal bleeding, constipation, diarrhea, drowsiness, dizziness, excitability, headaches, loss of appetite, nausea, rash, hives, difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue, difficulty urinating, fast or irregular heartbeat, heart attack, stroke, renal failure, and kidney damage. We’re not saying that it will every time. But it’s not something you should ever dismiss.