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AdvoCare ThermoPlus review

AdvoCare ThermoPlus

AdvoCare ThermoPlus review

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Weight Loss Effects
Suppresses Appetite
Increases Energy
Value for Money
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AdvoCare ThermoPlus is a weight loss supplement that has been designed by AdvoCare International L.P., to be used for suppressing the appetite and increasing the metabolism. The official webpage for this product on the manufacturer’s website claims that this product can be used to help dieters on its own, or it can be combined with other products within the brand’s lineup.

Upon further investigation into AdvoCare, it was discovered that it is an American company that specializes in network marketing. This company focuses just as much on its various selling programs – from retail to multi level sales – as it does on providing any information at all to the consumer about the product that he or she is considering for purchase.

In terms of the marketing language for AdvoCare ThermoPlus, the company seems to concentrate more on saying that it is a vitamin and dietary supplement but it describes its features as weight loss enhancers.

According to the website, the ingredients that make up the AdvoCare ThermoPlus formula are: Thiamine (as HCl), Niacin (as niacinamide), Sage extract (leaf – Salvia officinalis), Oolong tea extract (leaf – Camellia sinensis), Guarana extract (seed – Paullinia cupana), Gelatin, Rice flour, and Magnesium stearate. The oolong tea and guarana extract both contain stimulants, but the manufacturer did point out that every dose contains 40 to 50 mg of caffeine. That amount is about the equivalent to one half of a strong cup of coffee.

While the majority of people will not be adversely affected by caffeine at that quantity, there will be some who will find that taking a half cup of coffee’s worth of caffeine all at once (as opposed to the rate at which a cup of coffee is sipped) can lead to certain side effects such as jitters, anxiety, headaches, and others.

The caffeine in this product is what is most likely to promote thermogenesis, particularly in combination with the thiamine. That said, in the quantity that has been used, it is likely that the impact on thermogenesis (which is what speeds up the metabolism through a rise in body temperature) will be a rather light one. While this does explain why it would be safe to use it in combination with some of the other products in the weight loss line from this brand, it also indicates that the effect produced by this product may not be great enough to actually lead to any measurable weight loss.

Fexotropin review

Fexotropin

Fexotropin review

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Weight Loss Effects
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Increases Energy
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Fexotropin is a nonprescription weight loss supplement that is designed to help dieters to shed their excess weight with greater speed and ease. It is manufactured and marketed by a company that is based in Utah, called Nutrapharm LLC. That company also makes a long list of other products within the dieting category, as well as from a range of other categories such as wellness an skin care.

The manufacturer has its own website, but it does not seem to make a habit of creating specific pages or sites for their individual products. This does make it more challenging for customers to be able to obtain information about the product from an official source. Therefore, for the purpose of this review, information about Fexotropin has been obtained from a few third party sites, such as the websites that sell this product as well as from professional reviewers and from customer reviews that have been found by way of search engine queries.

It is recommended that before taking any diet pill, including Fexotropin, a doctor’s appointment should be made. This is because no single weight loss supplement is appropriate for everyone, so it is a good idea to avoid potential problems by having a doctor review the product with you to ensure that it will be safe and effective for you to use.

According to the sites selling this product, the ingredients that make up its formula are: green select green tea, green coffee bean extract, Advantra Z, and a proprietary energy matrix (which contains: Green Tea, Guarana, Kola Nut, Yerba Mate, Black Tea, White Tea, Oolong Tea, Gotu Kola and DiCaffeine Malate).

It is extremely easy to see that the primary component of this diet pill is stimulants. In fact, every single ingredient on that list has a stimulant of some kind within it. This should be an immediate cause for some concern for many dieters, particularly because some of those stimulants are actually quite strong. Many people who take this pill will experience side effects of varying degrees of severity. These can range from increased heart rate to increased blood pressure, and from headache to nausea, and from shaking and jitteriness to anxiety.

Moreover, stimulants are not necessarily safe for everyone to use. It is important to know that people taking certain supplements, medications, and who have some medical conditions should not take this pill as it could create conflicts or reactions that could potentially be dangerous for them.