Kore FireStarter Review
What You Should Know
Kore FireStarter is an energy enhancing pill sold by supplement and drug stores. The Kore FireStarter container states that users will feel, “Blazing energy and powerful mental alertness” after use. Kore Firestarter uses a mix of cayenne pepper and guarana seed extract. Many supplement companies claim that these ingredients mimic the effects of caffeine in a natural way. As yet, the Food and Drug Administration has not supported this claim.
There have been no scientific tests conducted to prove that Kore Firestarter improves energy and makes a user feel more alert. There is no official website for the product, and no testimonials. While many sites that sell nutritional supplements reference Kore Firestarter as a General Nutrition Center (GNC) product, it actually can not be found on the GNC website.
Calcium (as Dicalcium Phosphate), Guarana Seed Extract (Paullinia cupana), Rhodiola rosea Root Extract, 7-keto-Dehydroepiandrosterone Acetate, Alpha-glycerylphosphorylcholine,
Cayenne Fruit (Capsicum frutescens L.), Dextrose, Cellulose, Titanium Dioxide (Natural Mineral Whitener), Artificial Color (Red #40, Yellow #6).
The Kore Firestarter package recommends that a dosage consist of no more than three pills. The only website that has an actual discussion of the effects of the pill is Bodybuilding.com. There was only one user on the forum who actually tried the pill and wrote about his experience with Kore Firestarter. He stated that the pills were in his system for about 90 minutes before he began to feel them. He also indicated that he took the pills before he worked out and that during the work out, he noticed an increase in energy, heart rate, sweating and thirst. He mentioned some difficulty sleeping after taking Kore FireStarter and suggested that other users not take it after 5:00 PM.
The pills have no artificial flavors or preservatives. They are sodium free and contain no wheat, gluten, soy, dairy, or yeast.
- This product contains calcium which is a beneficial mineral.
- Kore FireStarter contains some stimulants which people sensitive to caffeine should avoid.
- Testimonials say it takes a long time for this product to kick in. The average time is 60 minutes.
- This product doesn’t seem to be carried in many places so you may have to hunt around for it.
Kore FireStarter makes claims that it will boost your energy levels and make you more alert. It may do this but relies on Guarana, a stimulant stronger than caffiene, to accomplish this. If you tolerate caffeine well, you may be able to use this product to give your workouts a slight boost but it probably won’t appeal to an average dieter.
If you are looking for a good weight loss product that will definitely help you burn fat, look for something that contains a powerful thermogenic ingredient like Citrimax.