Thermophoric Diet Caps Review
What You Should Know
Thermophoric Diet Caps are a product of Spectra Force Research. There does not seem to be an official website for the manufacturer so we had to pull information from an outside source selling the product. We like to pull information from an official website because the manufacturer verifies the information. Without such a website, we can only assume claims and ingredients are correct.
List of Ingredients
Thermophoric CoTransmitters, Vitamin B6, Magnesium, Zinc, Euphoric Andretic Stimulus, I-Fas-50, L-Phenylalanine, L-Tyrosine, PEA HCL, DL-Phenylalanine, Hordenine, Caloric Uncoupling Modifiers, Caffeine, Razberi-K, Synephrine HCL and Yohimbine HCL.
There is nothing better than a stimulant to jumpstart the heart. Thermophoric Diet Caps provides several. We expect stimulants to be included in fat burners, it is the heart of how fat burning works, but when you combine several into one product and slam a proprietary blend on the label, there is no real information for the dieter to go on. Proprietary blends are perfect for supplement ingredients that do not have a negative effect on the body, but not for stimulants.
Thermophoric Diet Caps includes Caffeine, Synephrine and Yohimbine as part of the Caloric Uncoupling Modifiers. These are all stimulants and, according to the ingredient list, add up to 323 mg per serving. We assume caffeine makes up most of that giving the supplement quite a kick. Synephrine is constantly on the watch list because of its close chemical relationship to Ephedra. Manufacturers claim there are fewer or no side effects with Synephrine, but that is yet to be proven.
Thermophoric Diet Caps sells for $35.99 on websites that still have inventory. Major websites are showing out of stock or discontinued as the status, which means old stock could be what remains. Dieters should check expiration dates before buying.
- Stimulants increase heart rate and calorie burn.
- The price is lower than other fat burners.
- No official website.
- The ingredient list could be incorrect.
- Old stock is all that may be available because most retailers discontinue the product.
- No official website for the manufacturer could be found.
Fat burners will stimulate, but there is a limit to that stimulation. The body will quickly get used to high caffeine and stimulant levels and dieters will then have to take more caffeine or go through a withdrawal process to stop taking caffeine. Thermophoric Diet Caps appear to be an old product from a manufacturer that has fallen off the weight loss map. We would not suggest choosing this product over current, proven weight loss solutions. Instead, dieters may want to look for labels with moderate to mild caffeine levels, chromium and green tea – all proven ingredients instead of a label packed with stimulants.