What You Should Know
Worldwide Sports Nutrition Extreme Thermo Rush is a thermogenic drink that sells for less than most 2-ounce energy shots on the market. One bottle sells for less than $2. The drink is sugar-free and contains only 5 calories per serving. The ingredient list is laden with stimulants, more than the average dieter should consume in one sitting. While the formula may be a bit overpowering, there are a couple of proven weight loss ingredients sure to increase heart rate and metabolism.
List of Ingredients
Potassium, Niacin, Vitamin B6.
XanMax Blend: Caffeine, Yerba Mate, Green Tea and Caffeine.
Citrus Aurantium, Tyrosine and Taurine.
One serving of Worldwide Sports Nutrition Extreme Thermo Rush contains 200 mg of caffeine. This is the same amount of caffeine in over the counter “no sleep” pills. Most dieters consume far less than 200 mg of caffeine in one sitting, so this supplement could cause extreme side effects like racing heart rate and jitters. On top of the heavy dose of caffeine is 250 mg of green tea and citrus aurantium, both thermogenic stimulants.
The suggested dose is ½ a bottle before working out and the remaining ½ bottle after the workout is complete. Even at this dose, the dieter will consume 100 mg of caffeine on top of the other stimulants in the formula. The side effects will likely be overpowering even at the reduced intake.
The dangers of overstimulation are an important factor in choosing a thermogenic fat burner. Dieters need enough caffeine to boost metabolism, but not so much that the heart feels like it is beating out of the chest. There is a good chance the dieter will feel nauseous within 15 to 20 minutes of taking the supplement and the stimulating effects will last 12 hours.
The price of Worldwide Sports Nutrition Extreme Thermo Rush is just $1.99 per bottle. Most thermogenic drinks retail for more than $3.50 per bottle.
- Contains two proven weight loss ingredients.
- Costs less than the average thermogenic drink.
- Available for sale online.
- Complete ingredient list available for dieters.
- Far too many stimulants.
- Potential side effects include nausea, increased heart rate and increased blood pressure.
Worldwide Sports Nutrition Extreme Thermo Rush is quite the thermogenic drink. Dieters who drink or consume a lot of caffeine may not have the dangerous side effects associated with large amounts of caffeine, but long-term use of this supplement will likely lead to caffeine addiction. If the dieter stops taking the supplement, they could suffer headaches, shakiness and extreme fatigue. Caffeine can cause death if consumed to extremely large amounts. Never take a supplement with multiple stimulants if you have a history of heart problems.