99 Thermocore Review
99 Thermocore Review
Vyotech Nutritionals has created an over the counter fat burner that works within the body in much the same way as Clenbuterol. Clenbuterol is a fat burner that is illegal in the United States. The supplement worked to burn fat while protecting lean muscle tissue. Vyotech claims 99 Thermocore manages the same effect on the body with none of the negative side effects of Clenbuterol.
The official website for 99 Thermocore also includes information on other Vyotech supplements. Vyotech reveals a complete ingredient list and FAQs section for the consumer who visits the website. Both men and women can safely take 99 Thermocore as long as they are not taking any other prescription medications.
List of Ingredients
Proprietary Blend: Smilax, Beta Ecdysterone, Dioscorea Villosa extract, Giabra, Phosphatidyl Choline, Citric Acid, Taraxacum officinale, Trimeylxanthine anhydrous, L-Tyrosine, Quercetin, Gugulsterone extract, Phospholipid complex, Bioperine extract, Octopamine hydrochloride, Evodiamine, Vinpocetine, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Rhodiola Rosae extract and Ribonucleic Acid.
NDS2: Hypromellose polymers, dibasic calcium phosphate dihydrate, potassium hydrogen phosphate and disodium hydrogen orthophosphate.
99 Thermocore claims to increase body temperature as a means of metabolic boost. As body heat increases, calories are burned and protein protects muscles of the body while weight is lost. According to Vyotech, fat loss occurs in place of muscle loss resulting in healthy, permanent weight loss.
99 Thermocore does not include trusted ingredients like Green Tea, but there is a source of caffeine to boost metabolism. Trimeylxanthine anhydrous is a source of caffeine. Many of the other ingredients have long names that are quite confusing. Taraxacum officinale, for instance, is really dandelion root which is a diuretic.
Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, on the other hand, is thought to help with fat metabolism which could prove useful for fat loss during weight loss.
The cost of 99 Thermocore ranges from $13 US a bottle to $42 US a bottle. It seems that some third party retailers offer supplements that are out of date for less. The supplement does not seem to be offered for sale on the official website.
- The cost of 99 Thermocore can be inexpensive.
- Caffeine can increase fat burn and calorie burn.
- Some third party retailers offer out of date 99 Thermocore for cheaper prices.
- Many of the ingredients have confusing scientific names.
- There are no links to scientific support for the supplement on the official website.
99 Thermocore uses the name Clenbuterol to pull in dieters who want to lose more weight while protecting their muscle mass. While this may work for marketing purposes, the ingredient list does not back up those claims. Adding proven weight loss ingredients like Green Tea could help the dieter to believe 99 Thermocore’s claims of “rapid caloric expenditure.”