Kinetica Thermo 5 Review
What You Should Know
Kinetica Thermo 5 is a fat burner that is seems to be intended specifically for athletes. The other problem is a lack of proof the supplement works with real life testimonials and before and after photos. There is no dedicated ingredient list, but the product description lists ingredients as it explains how the supplement works.
List of Ingredients
- L Carnitine
- Green Tea
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Bitter Orange Peel
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Acetyl L Tyrosine
- Cocoa Bean
- Yerba Mate
- B Vitamins
- Fennel Extract
The ingredients in Kinetica Thermo 5 are not listed in proper order as they are pulled from the product description. Most fat burners have a designated blend or set of ingredients to boost metabolism, usually stimulants. In Kinetica Thermo 5 the stimulant ingredients are bitter orange, guarana, green tea and yerba mate. At least one of these is likely standardized for caffeine.
Chromium and cinnamon are added to reduce appetite. This is a good combination as both have good clinical support, but appetite suppression and stimulation are useless if the product contains dangerous ingredients.
L-phenylalanine is used to boost mood. This ingredient is considered unsafe for use by dieters with bipolar disorder and other psychiatric conditions. It can force the bipolar into a manic episode, but we see no warnings in the product description of this potential risk.
At the bottom of the long product description is a warning that the supplement contains octopamine – a stimulant. Although Kinetica states that the amount of octopamine present is well under standardized drug testing levels, this stimulant is on the WADA list of banned substances.
- Ingredients are listed online, even though they are not listed in label format.
- Contains multiple appetite suppressants.
- Contains caffeine.
- Contains multiple stimulants.
- Not designed for athletes, though formulated by an athletic nutritionist associated with the Olympics.
We are a bit confused by Mr. Matt Lovell; a nutritionist for the England Olympic team would support a supplement containing ingredients on the WADA banned substance list. This seems a bit controversial to us, but he has the right to support any supplement he desires. As for the formula, we have no idea how much caffeine is included so we cannot tell the dieter this product is safe.