What You Should Know
ThinCinerate is a fat burner, that claims to “incinerate” fat cells so you can reach your weight loss goals faster than with diet and exercise alone. There are many supplements on the market today making the same claim, and many of them do not do what they say they will. Before you go spend your hard earned money on this supplement to help you reach your weight loss goals, read this review to see what we think of it.
List of Ingredients
ThinCinerate contains the following ingredients:
- Control Blend: 120 mg: Green tea, Synephrine, 1,3-Dimethylamylamine
- Booster Blend: 375 mg: Caffeine, Acacia Rigidula, L-Tyrosine.
- Burner Blend: 152 mg: PEA, Yohimbe HCL 99%, Raspberry Ketones, Theobromine.
ThinCinerate contains several different ingredients in three different proprietary blends. Given the size of these blends, it is highly likely that none of the ingredients are included at their clinically proven doses. Green tea is full of antioxidants and natural caffeine to help you get more energy and burn more fat. Synephrine is a relative to ephedra, thought to provide the same fat burning effects without the harsh side effects. 1,3-Dimethylamylamine is a stimulant like caffeine, but is illegal in New Zealand. Caffeine is a stimulant you can find it nearly anything, which is known to increase energy levels and help burn fat. Acacia Rigidula contains a lot of chemicals that may help weight loss, but we do not know which ones are being isolated in this formula. L Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid, which means the body can produce it. PEA has no real purpose in this blend. Yohimbe HCL 99% has been shown to help athletes, but it may carry long term risks to liver and kidney health. Raspberry ketones have been shown in mice to prevent weight gain with diets high in fat. Theobromine is a stimulant, found in chocolate, known as the love drug, that is slightly more mild than caffeine.
- ThinCinerate contains ingredients known to help you burn fat.
- ThinCinerate hides their ingredient amounts in propriety blends.
- There is not enough green tea (1200 mg daily clinically proven dose) to produce results.
- This formula is not clinically proven.
- We are not sure if there is a money back guarantee to support this product.
- There are no free trials of this supplement.
ThinCinerate is one of the supplements that seems to make high promises it can’t keep. Though we see some promising ingredients in the formula, there simply is not enough of them in the formula to produce the results you are looking for. Even with diet and exercise, this supplement is not likely to boost your results like you would expect, or like the product claims to be able to. We suggest you look for a clinically proven safe and effective formula, as a whole, rather than a formula that contains clinically proven ingredients. Combine the regular, as directed, use of this supplement with a balanced diet and regular exercise, and then you will get the results you want.