Xtreme Thermoburn Review
What You Should Know
Xtreme Thermoburn is a dietary supplement manufactured by Century Supplements. The company is based in the UK, with offices in the United States. The goal of the company is to provide a place where fitness enthusiasts, bodybuilders and the average dieters can purchase dietary supplements designed to improve overall health and wellness.
For years, dieters searched for products containing the legendary ECA stack, especially in the US. The combination of ephedrine, caffeine and aspirin did produce weight loss, but the health ramifications were severe. There were reports of strokes, heart attacks and death associated with consuming the ECA stack. Did Century recreate the “magic” diet pill or is Xtreme Thermoburn just an updated version of the same potentially dangerous diet pill?
List of Ingredients
- Ma Huang
- Garcenia Cambogia
- Citrus Aurantium 4%
- White willow bark
- Acetyl L-Carnitine
- Ginger Root
- Chromium Picolinate
Xtreme Thermoburn is dietary supplements claiming to produce increased energy, weight loss and appetite suppression. The supplement is available on the official website for £45.95. Customers in the U.S. do not have the ability to purchase the product due to the ban on ephedrine in the U.S. The website does offer a money back guarantee for any reason. The supplement is expensive compared to similar product on the market.
The ingredients are a laundry list of stimulants. Within one serving, dieters consume 500mg of caffeine, Ma Huang and Citrus Aurantium. There is the change health issues could potentially occur when taking this large amount of stimulants. There is also the concern relating to individuals with mental health issues. This product is not an ideal solution.
- The supplement is available on the official website.
- Dieters have the opportunity to review the ingredients on the website.
- Xtreme Thermoburn is expensive.
- Xtreme Thermoburn is not available to U.S. customers.
- The supplement is not designed for individuals sensitive to caffeine.
- The supplement contains an excessive amount of stimulants.
- There is not guarantee the supplement will assist with weight loss.
- The use of Xtreme Thermoburn could potentially affect heart health.
Xtreme Thermoburn is one of the most extreme fat burners on the market. Not only does the supplement contain 200mg of caffeine per serving, there is 200mg of Ma Huang (ephedrine) and 100mg of Citrus Aurantium. Just with those three ingredients, dieters consume 500mg of stimulants. We have to note this is a potentially dangerous combination of stimulants.
Xtreme Thermoburn attempts to recreate the ECA stack, just with different names for the original supplements. Although the ECA did work, there is no evidence Xtreme Thermoburn is effective with weight management. Weight loss is not an overnight process; it takes hard work and dedication, not an extreme thermogenic diet pill.