From the title of the product, one will quickly assume (and rightly so) that this product is designed to aid in the process of thermogenesis – the process by which heat is created in the body. By creating heat in the body, one is burning calories, something that Thermoloid claims to do effectively. I find this an interesting concept, and if they get the scientific backing to prove that they can artificially create this process it will be a major breakthrough. There are many ingredients in Thermoloid that do appear to be effective, but, seeing that it is a proprietary blend, it is unclear how much of each product is in each tablet. What one can conclude from this is that there are some proven weight loss ingredients in Thermoloid, but to what extent taking this supplement will help can’t be determined. Thermoloid contains:
- A proprietary blend of ingredients including green tea (standardized for 45% ECGC), caffeine, yerba mate, guarana, citrus aurantium (6% synephrine), l-carnitine, white willow bark, alpha lipoic acid, guggulsterones and bioperine – this being said as with all proprietary blends it must be remembered that it doesn’t explicitly say how much of each ingredient is contained in this supplement.
This supplement doesn’t have a free trial period or a money-back guarantee.
Thermoloid Side Effects
Caffeine and Green Tea Exract are major ingredients contained in Thermoloid. These have been proven as effective weight loss supplements, but it is unclear how much is of these powerful stimulants are contained in the product. The typical positive side effects with this product include increased energy and focus. The side effects of caffeine include headaches, nausea, insomnia, increased heart rate, and anxiety. Pregnant and nursing women shouldn’t consume caffeine and Green Tea, while all others should consult a physician before consuming this product.
Synephrine is in many diet pills, but its effectiveness is inconclusive. There are some potentially negative side effects associated with consuming synephrine including: increased blood pressure, restlessness, sweating, headaches, tremors, dizziness, and sugar imbalances. Those suffering from hypertension, diabetes, and other heart disease should consult a physician before taking Thermoloid.
Does Thermoloid work well enough to buy?
The one benefit of Thermoloid, is that it is relatively cheap, and there are proven weight loss ingredients contained therein. This being said, it is unclear how much of each proven ingredient is in the supplement. Though this isn’t the worst available product, there are safer and more effective supplements available for the same price. Be sure to shop around to find what one would work best for you.