180 Targeted Thermogenic Review
What You Should Know
180 Targeted Thermogenic does not have an official website. This could mean the product is no longer being produced by 180 Body Clinic, the manufacturer. We were able to find a complete ingredient list and one online store advertising the supplement, but the website for the store no longer listed 180 Targeted Thermogenic for sale.
List of Ingredients
Caralluma Fimbriata, Emblica Officinalis, Caffeine, Olive Leaf, Rauwolscine.
Caralluma Fimbriata is a form of cactus extract that is supposed to suppress appetite. We found a human study that utilized 1,000 mg of this ingredient with slightly beneficial results on weight loss. The study authors claimed they were looking for a better result, but that the difference between a placebo and Caralluma Fimbriata was only slight.
Emblica Officinalis is a natural beta-2 adrenergic agonist. Beta-2 adrenergic agonists, like Albuterol, are supposed to relax smooth muscles and make it easier to breathe making them perfect for asthma treatments. There is no relationship between relaxing smooth muscles and fat burning that we could find.
Caffeine is a proven fat burner when included in the correct amounts. Too much can cause jitters and nausea while too little will have no effect on the body whatsoever. Caffeine is difficult to use for long periods for fat burning because the body gets used to the caffeine and requires more to maintain increased heart rate and fat burn.
Olive Leaf is a good source of antioxidants, but there is no link between this ingredient and weight loss or fat burn. Rauwolscine is an alkaloid of yohimbine. The manufacturer of 180 Targeted Thermogenic claims Rauwolscine is stronger and more effective, but that claim is not proven with human studies.
All ingredients in the 180 Targeted Thermogenic formulas are in proprietary amounts. This means the manufacturer lists the total milligrams, but not the individual milligrams for each ingredient. While some ingredients may have human studies to back up weight loss and fat burning claims, these studies will utilize a specific amount of the ingredient and we cannot verify that same amount was used in 180 Targeted Thermogenic.
The supplement sold for $49.00 per 120 capsule bottle. At a dosage of 3 capsules a day, according to the label, this supply would last one month.
- Caffeine is a trusted weight loss ingredient.
- The supplement may no longer be available for sale.
- No official website for the product or manufacturer.
Trusted weight loss supplements include ingredients proven to improve weight loss efforts. The 180 Targeted Thermogenic does not include an ingredient profile supported with human studies or positive feedback from dieters. We would suggest choosing a supplement with a current website from a manufacturer that lists ingredients and proof the ingredients work as claimed.