What You Should Know
Tone Tea Fat Burner is a slimming drink with L-Carnitine. The official website for the product is not the best website we’ve ever visited. There are lots of misspelled words and grammar issued in the headings and product descriptions. While L-Carnitine plays an important part in energy production, it is not typically considered a strong standalone fat burner.
We were unable to find a dedicated ingredient list on the website. We pulled some ingredients from the product description and various pages of the website, but we cannot be sure we actually have a complete list.
List of Ingredients
- Green Tea
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B
B vitamins are commonly found in fat burners, appetite suppressants and multivitamins. They are related to and responsible for, on some level, energy production. Taking B vitamins is a safe way to boost energy, but only for a short while and not in a way someone who drinks two or three cups of coffee every morning will notice. B vitamins are non-toxic and they wash out of the body with urine within hours.
L-carnitine plays a part in energy production. More energy is not produced with significantly increased L-carnitine intake. Green tea is a proven fat burner that contains caffeine and EGCG, but we have no idea how much green tea is in Tone Tea Fat Burner.
The product description suggests the dieter drink a bottle of Tone Tea Fat Burner before exercise of any kind like cleaning the house, walking the dog or taking the kids to the park. We’re pretty sure that parents trying to lose weight would not consider these activities true exercise, though they do burn energy.
- There is an official website for Tone Tea Fat Burner.
- There is vitamin B and C in the formula.
- The company suggests exercise to lose weight.
- There is no complete ingredient list on the Tone Tea Fat Burner website.
- The exercises suggested are normal daily activities.
- The website is laden with misspelled words and grammar errors.
Fat burners are big business, but Tone Tea Fat Burner is not one of those supplements we expect to stick around for long. The website is novice, at best, and the ingredient list is incognito. Dieters want to know what they are taking and how much of it they are taking. This supplement doesn’t give the dieter any information other than saying it works so take it.