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Thermobol Review

We look at Thermobol, the herbal fat burner designed to stimluate metabolism and promote weight loss.


Do Thermobol tablets actually work? We look at their ingredients, some of which are controversial due to their serious side effects.





Thermobol Tablets - Are They Really Safe?


What is Thermobol?


Thermobol is a herbal diet pill which makes up part of the Lean Definition range sold by Maximuscle in the UK.


Thermobol tablets contain several ingredients which claim to stimulate the metabolism and promote fat loss.


How does Thermobol work?


Thermobol is a thermogenic fat burner, meaning it works to raise body temperature and increase the body’s metabolic processes.


Like many fat burners, Thermobol achieves this using the age-old stimulant of choice - Caffeine. In addition to caffeine, Thermobol also contains a rather controversial stimulant known as bitter orange extract.


Consumer Warning - Is Bitter Orange extract safe?


This ingredient although natural, contains high amounts of Synephrine, which is chemically similar to Ephedra - now banned by the FDA due to serious side effects.


Canadian government health advisors claim that bitter orange extract is a "legal loophole" around the ban on Ephedra based products.


Canadian health officials have also found the Synephrine users are more at risk from strokes and heart complications.


This information has led to a complete ban on all diet pills containing bitter orange extract in Canada. Other Thermobol ingredients include green tea extract, guarana seed, L-tyrosine, and biopreine.


Thermobol side effects?


If the official website is to be believed, Thermobol tablets are safe, natural and effective and is based on the latest fat loss research.


However, anyone sensitive to caffeine should probably avoid Thermobol due to the use of guarana, green tea and regular caffeine - all of which can cause jittery side effects in some users.


The inclusion of bitter orange extract may also ring alarm bells for some, as the long term safety of this compound is yet to be understood.


Is Thermobol worth buying?   2.5/5


Thermobol tablets costs £36.99 for a one month supply (90 tablets) so it certainly isn't the cheapest fat burner available or the most ground-breaking.


With only four user comments on the official Maximuscle website, genuine feedback is hard to find online for this product.


The concern over possible side effects means we are unable to fully recommend Thermobol as a safe and effective fat burner.


How does Thermobol compare to other diet pills?


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Recommended alternatives - Capsiplex 4.5/5


One of the most popular fat burners in recent years is Capsiplex, which made headlines in leading UK newspapers during its release way back in June 2010.


Capsiplex contains a natural chemical found in red hot chilli peppers, which has shown in clinical trials to boost the metabolism by up to 12x.


Capsiplex earned its place as one of the fastest selling diet pills of all time, and was heralded as the "NHS miracle diet pill" by one leading UK newspaper.


Read our full Capsiplex Review



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