360 Lean is a nonprescription weight loss pill that is marketed as a thermogenic, which means that it is a type of fat burner that works by increasing the body temperature to the point that it requires additional calories or fats to be used as fuel. Therefore, the idea behind these pills is that they will make the body warmer so that more of the calories from consumed will be burned off to produce that heat, theoretically making it easier to lose weight.
While there are many pills that make similar claims to those made by 360 Lean, what helps this one to stand out is that there are a lot of positive customer reviews in terms of its effectiveness. That said, customer reviews should be considered to be helpful when making a decision about a product but should not be the only factor that is taken into consideration.
This is also important, because with a bit of a closer look, it is easy to see that while there are many people who like the weight loss that they experience through the use of these pills, there are many people – including those who lost weight – who have experienced powerful side effects that they found to be very uncomfortable and that has stopped many of them from being able to continue forward with this product.
360 Lean is a capsule pill that is made by a company called 360Cut. That company is based in the United States and sells a number of different types of supplement for dieters and bodybuilders. They say that they are “passionate about performance” and have focused many of their products on boosting physical performance as well as to improve some of the functions of the body such as fat burning and even the sleep cycle.
The ingredients that 360Cut chose to include in the 360 Lean formula include: glucuronolactone, sulbutiamine, caffeine, theobromine, white willow bark extract, 7-Keto DHEA, cayenne pepper, bioperine, yohimbine, and toothed clubmoss herb extract. This was the list that was available on the company’s official website at the time of the writing of this review.
It is clear that this product is based primarily on stimulants, but also on cayenne pepper, which contains capsaicin, which does, indeed raise the body temperature. Unfortunately, what has not been scientifically proven about any of those ingredients is whether or not the effect is powerful enough to actually produce measurable weight loss, or if the response exists, but not enough to burn the calories needed to lose weight faster.