Thermo Prime PM/CORE Slim is a weight loss supplement made by ViaCore Nutrition. On their official website they state, “CORE Slim is a 100% natural fat burner designed to assist a person’s fat loss goals in a safe and healthy manner.” CORE Slim used to be a product called ThermoPrime PM but the company doesn’t say why the change was made. We wonder if sales of ThermoPrime PM were falling… If so, a quick label and name change would make it look like ViaCore had just come out with a new and improved product. That’s why we’re here folks, to do the research for you.
In the time since the company changed the names of nearly their entire product line, we were not able to find reviews or studies on the new product, CORE Slim. Perhaps they are still in beta testing. The product is available for purchase though, and reviews can be posted on the companies website but there are zero reviews posted so far. We’ll keep checking back on that for you.
Of course we want to give this product a universal review, so let’s take a closer look at the ingredients. The ingredients are what it’s all about anyway.
ThermoPrime PM/CORE Slim Ingredients
- Guggul (2.5% guggulsterones) – may reduce bad cholesterol levels
- Olive Leaf – may reduce LDL cholesterol levels, good for skin issues
- Banaba 1% (corosolic acid) – can reduce blood sugar levels
- Cinnamon Bark Extract – may control blood sugar in diabetic patients
- Alpha Lipoic Acid – may promote healthy insulin levels
- Bitter Melon (10% Charantin) – controls blood sugar levels, paces energy
ThermoPrime PM/CORE Slim Side Effects
We assume that Guggul is the main ingredient in ThermoPrime OM/CORE Slim. The other ingredients are geared toward those who need to reduce their blood sugar or cholesterol levels. Guggul has been used safely in clinical trials for up to 24 weeks.
But Guggul can cause side effects such as stomach upset, headaches, nausea, vomiting, loose stools, diarrhea, belching, and hiccups. Guggul can also cause allergic reactions such as rash and itching in some individuals. Guggul can also cause skin rash and itching that is not related to allergies. These adverse reactions are more common with higher doses, such as 6000 mg per day. We are unsure how many milligrams of Guggul are contained in ThermoPrime PM/CORE Slim, as this information is not available on the packaging or label.
Guggul is likely unsafe during pregnancy. Guggul seems to encourage menstrual flow and stimulates the uterus, so some researchers worry that it might endanger a pregnancy. Not enough is known about the safety of using guggul during breast-feeding. Don’t use guggul if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
Does ThermoPrime PM/CORE Slim Work Well Enough To Buy?
For those who suffer from diabetes or are pre-diabetic, this product may be what you are looking for. For those who want to lose excess fat and tone up your body, this simply is not the right product to go with. The product cost is $24.00 for a 30-day supply, that includes a one time, money-back guarantee. If you are very serious about losing weight, we suggest that you search for a weight loss supplement or fat burner that contains proven ingredients to help you in your quest. Dieting and exercise take so much effort, you need all the support you can get. Best of luck to you, here’s to your success…. Cheers!