What You Should Know
Thermofuse claims to be the next generation ECA stack. ECA stands for Ephedra, Caffeine and Aspirin. This stack was used by dieters before Ephedra was banned for use by the diet industry. Today, the ECA stack remains popular because Ephedra is still available over the counter. Ephedra is regulated in the United States, so dieters must have a valid ID card or Driver’s License to purchase the herb.
There are a couple of problems with Thermofuse, including the claim that the supplement can only be taken once per day. Most proven fat burners are taken multiple times per day.
List of Ingredients
- Vitamin D3
- 1,3 Dimethylamylamine HCL
- Phenylethylamine HCL
- Bitter Melon Extract
- Irvingia Gabonensis Seed
- Guggulsterone Extract
- Quercetin Dihydrate
- Ashwagandha Extract
- Green Tea Extract
- Cinnamon Bark
- Banaba Leaf Extract
- 3,3 Diiodo-L-Thyronine
- 3,5 Diiodo-L-Thyronine
Thermofuse offers an extraordinarily long list of ingredients. Ingredients are broken into proprietary formulas, so the dieter has no idea how much of each ingredient is included. While caffeine is proven to boost metabolism, the dieter should beware that taking too much caffeine can cause jitters, shakes and nausea. In addition, another stimulant included in the formula, 1, 3, Dimethylamylamine has been associated with heart palpitations, especially when paired with large amounts of caffeine.
We found no testimonials for Thermofuse, which is common with bodybuilding-style fat burners. The product description is long and detailed, but none of the claims are proven with clinical research on the product formula. Though there is clinical research supporting some of the ingredients, this research is dedicated to one ingredient, not a combination of ingredients like Thermofuse.
Phenylethylamine is another dangerous ingredient that may cause problems for dieters with a history of mood instability. This supplement should not be taken in conjunction with mood altering prescription medications.
- Ingredients are listed on the official website.
- The consumer can order the product online.
- Caffeine will increase metabolism.
- There are ingredients to control hunger.
- Contains an ingredient known to cause heart palpitations.
- Cannot be taken with prescription drugs that alter mood.
- May contain large amounts of caffeine.
- All ingredients are in proprietary blends.
Thermofuse is not lying when the product description claims the formula is powerful, but the company fails to tell the dieter that some ingredients could cause dangerous side effects. We believe in taking supplements to safely promote weight loss, not take a chance on racing heart rate, increased blood pressure and heart palpitations. The dieter should be cautious if they choose to try Thermofuse. This product could interact with prescription medications and should not be taken by mental patients or patients with heart problems.