Thermbuterol Hardcore Review
What You Should Know
There are two types of fat burners on the market. There are fat burners designed for dieters and fat burners designed for bodybuilders. Bodybuilders tend to take stronger fat burners because they are not sensitive to caffeine and other stimulants. Caffeine is typically used in pre-workout shakes to increase energy during the workout. Thermbuterol Hardcore is a bodybuilding fat burner with several forms of stimulants. The formula, including 1,3 Dimethylamylamine, also known as geranium stem oil. This ingredient is associated with heart palpitations.
Dieters should be wary of taking a fat burner like Thermbuterol Hardcore. All ingredients are included in a proprietary blend so the dieter has no idea how much of each stimulant is included. This could cause increased risk of negative side effects like jitters and nausea.
List of Ingredients
Hardcore Thermogenic/Energy Factors: Caffeine Anhydrous, Kola Nut, Yerba Mate, Geranium Stem Oil, White Willow Bark, Yohimbine Alkaloids and Guarana.
Hardcore Thermo-Lipo/Fat Incinerator: Lychee Fruit Extract, Capsaicin Fruit, Ginger Root, N-Acetyl-L-Tyrosine and Dandelion Root.
The Hardcore Thermogenic/Energy Factors includes a combination of stimulants – both proven and not proven. Caffeine has been clinically proven to increase metabolism, but we advise dieters to never take a supplement without an exact amount of caffeine listed on the label.
The Hardcore Thermo-Lipo/Fat Incinerator contains a diuretic. There are no fat burning properties associated with diuretics. Diuretics increase water loss by increasing urination. Again, we have no idea how much of the diuretic is included in the formula.
We found Thermbuterol Hardcore listed on GNC.com. The supplement received positive reviews from several users, but there are only nine reviews on the website. One reviewer explained that the fat burner is strong, but that the formula may be too strong for many dieters.
- Contains caffeine, a proven fat burner and metabolism booster.
- Ingredients are listed on GNC.com.
- May promote weight loss.
- There are no ingredient amounts listed on the official website.
- There could be too much caffeine for the average dieter.
- May cause negative side effects, including jitters and nausea.
- Designed for bodybuilders, not dieters.
- Only a few testimonials are available online.
We are all for taking a fat burner for weight loss, but not all fat burners are the same. If a company is not willing to reveal how much caffeine and other stimulants are in a formula, we are not willing to give that supplement a seal of approval. Caffeine and stimulants are associated with negative side effects and in some cases those side effects can be life-threatening. There are no appetite suppressants in the formula, which means the dieter may feel increased hunger.