What You Should Know
Wanting to lose weight and have more energy are common goals for both men and women. David Kirsch’s Thermo Bubbles promise to help consumers do both by offering a drink mix with no sweeteners or carbs. As with many diet products on the market, the exact make up of the product is kept secret. The company relies instead on the security of their proprietary blend and only lists some of the ingredients and even those that are listed do not have the actual amounts.
List of Ingredients
Two proprietary blends that combine herbs, vitamins, and minerals. Ingredients include guarana, white tea, green tea, L-arginine, chromium, ginseng, cyenne pepper, cinnamon bark, B6, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and B12.
David Kirsch’s Thermo Bubbles is available in two flavors; original berry and natural pink lemonade. Each package contains ten servings of what is described as a healthy energy drink. A serving is recommended thirty minutes before breakfast and thirty minutes before lunch. Purchased from the manufacturer’s website, ten servings are almost $40 before tax and shipping. Each individual serving comes in a prepackaged powder formula that is to be mixed with 16oz of water to suppress hunger, burn fat, and increase metabolism and energy for only ten calories.
- Easily acquired online.
- All natural ingredients.
- Easy to use.
- Very expensive.
- No money back guarantee offered through primary website.
- Taste may not be pleasing to all consumers.
- No customer testimonials available on the website.
- Limited information about the product available.
- No clinical trials proving the efficacy of the product.
- No free trials of the product offered through the manufacturer’s website.
- The company warns that people with caffeine sensitivity should be careful when using this product.
This is an unusual diet aide in that it comes in a powder that is supposed to turn water into a tasty beverage. While some may like the taste, similar powders that turn plain bottled water into a treat are much more readily available in local stores for considerably less money. The alleged benefit of David Kirsch’s Thermo Bubbles is that it will also help you lose weight, not just prevent weight gain. As to these claims there is no clinical evidence provided to prove this product works. If you are looking for a way to get more water, this is an expensive option even if you only use it a few times a week. If you are looking for a way to lose weight, you would presumably be taking the recommended dosage which would make this diet product over one hundred dollars a month. Quite a lot of money for no proven results and no money back guarantee.