December 10, 2016
Thermobol ingredients include Bitter orange extract, L-tyrosine, Caffeine, Green tea extract, Guarana seed powder, Bioperine, Vitamin B12, D-biotin RDA, chromium RDA, Capsaicin extract from hot cayenne pepper, Vitamin B5, and Vitamin B1.
Thermobol utilizes a blend of some of the best caffeine and stimulant based fat burners. They provide ingredients like green tea, which is also rich in healthy antioxidant benefits as well as plain and straightforward caffeine extract.
Thermobol also has bitter orange extract, which is a chemical cousin to ephedrine that provides the same results without ephedrine related side effects. And some understandably, won’t use a supplement without it!
All of these ingredients can promote better approaches to real weight loss results. But they do not have the clinically proven amounts. Each form of caffeine requires at least 400mg, and green tea must be at least 50% caffeine. Without this amount, it may promote healthy antioxidant benefits, improving skin and heart health. But it is not capable of burning fat. Thermobol has only 153mg of caffeine and 100mg of green tea.
Other ingredients in Thermobol are not applicable to weight loss at all, regardless of how much or how little you choose to use. Ingredients like guarana have actually been proven to have no known effect on weight loss at all! B vitamins may be essential to the basic function of the body. But they do not have the stimulating or fat burning effects of caffeine as products like Thermobol would suggest.
Overall Impression of Thermobol
Thermobol promises users the world. They say that Thermobol will finally give you the superior approach, allowing you to eliminate fat and improve the form and function of the human body. But it sells at this time in the UK and the UK alone, and we highly doubt that they will ever sell in the US or any other major area of the world. Thermobol does not have what it takes to promote the weight loss results they have described. And most find the side effects to only add insult to injury.