Thermobol Diet Review

Thermobol is a diet supplement that is manufactured in the UK by a company called Maximuscle. They are better known in the UK, and have been producing supplements since 1995 to both men and women in the sports nutrition space rather than the actual “diet space.” Thermobol itself promotes weight loss, as well as attaining a leaner physique by controlling your metabolism. In one bottle you will find 90 capsules, which is meant to last you one month. The company also claims that your mental awareness and focus will get better alongside of achieving muscle definition.* This all sounds great, but can a small pill really give you these results?

Thermobol Diet united kingdomDo Dieters Lose Weight With Thermobol?

It has been said that this product is not as effective for the casual dieter and is more suited toward the highly active and athletic individual. If you are looking for a diet pill to help you lose a few pounds, this supplement is not for you. Sadly, even the athletic folks who put their faith in this supplement felt so hyped up on caffeine they couldn’t even go to the gym or stay active due to the overload of caffeine in their bodies.

This supplement is loaded with caffeine, so no wonder it promises to give you better mental focus and awareness. But what about the crash that may come after the strong hit of caffeine? This already does not seem like a sustainable weight loss product, and it overpromises from the start. It states right on the website that the supplement is high in B vitamins – B1, B5, B12 and biotin to support the metabolism. There is 148 mg of caffeine per capsule, which is a high number considering you have to take 3 per day.

Thermobol Diet caffeine pillThe main ingredients in this supplement are Bitter Orange Peel (Citrus Aurantium) L-Tyrosine and caffeine. Bitter Orange Peel is a noted to be linked with the cause of strokes, and colitis in certain individuals who are on medication like statins and it can act and interefere like grapefruit.* Always consult your doctor before trying this product out. There are also traces of Guarana Seed extract, Green Tea extract, Bioperin, Cayenne Pepper, Chromium, and various B Vitamins as noted above.

Smith* said, “This product has side effects, I took the recommended dose, it stopped me sleeping which made me feel tired during the day causing me to not want to go to the gym or do exercise. I suffered from headaches, an upset stomach and anxiety.” Smith continued to say that the supplement was quickly thrown into the trash and is not recommended for anyone to take. Taking the supplement is like overdosing on caffeine according to Smith.

I have just started taking this and I feel really peculiar. I didn't have any caffeine in my diet beforehand so this has hit me like a ton of bricks. I got to sleep at 3am this morning and cannot rest today – too jittery. I also feel really sick.” A. Sector* then went onto say that weight loss is not worth feeling that bad, and stopped taking them after two days hoping that the side effects would go away.

[email protected]* says,“Contains 153mg of caffeine per tablet. If taking three a day as suggested it's therefore 459mg which equals six cans of Red Bull. If you're combining this with coffee, tea or cola you may not be able to sleep along with all the other possible anxiety related side effects a high dose of caffeine can give.” They went onto say that they are trying to warn people before purchasing, because it does not say this anywhere when you actually purchase.

 Is Thermobol Easy To Follow?

This product is extremely easy to follow, as you are instructed to take three capsules throughout the course of your day. However it is not recommended that the capsules be taken after 3:00pm due to the high levels of caffeine in each pill as noted above. That is IT. This is not hard, which is why proper diet and exercise have to be linked with the supplement to see any results at all. When looking at their website, which is now called Max Nutrition, there is nothing about Thermobol on the website nor is there any scientific evidence or research done to why they produced the product in the first place. This is never a good sign when you change the name of the company, and then fail to include one of your weight loss products to the line up. It is still sold on Amazon sadly.

Thermobol Diet exerciseThey offer a 40-day money back guarantee, but there are certain conditions you must follow in order to get all of your money back. You are not allowed to just try the supplement for one week and then ask for your money back. You must try it out for at least 30 days, and couple it with proper diet and exercise. You must send back what you have used, and they will then evaluate how much money to give you back. Therefore, they do not offer a 100% money back guarantee.

Conclusion

This is not your average run of the mill diet pill, and it is actually not that impressive overall. For 90 capsules you are going to pay over 20 British Pounds. They currently do not ship this product to the USA either, so if you live in the states you are out of luck ordering it from their website. It has been said that this product only works for the highly active and athletic, so I would not consider this a good option for 90% of the dieters out there looking to get into shape, and lose a few pounds. The company offers social media sites, which is finally a positive and they do have activity on the sites currently. Maximuscle’s money back guarantee is under par however, and their supplement has not been proven to really do everything it says it is going to do. This product is not worth the time, energy, and investment regarding weight loss the sustainable way.

*Please keep in mind that with any diet or weight loss program, individual results will vary

Review Sources

“Thermobol.” Amazon Diet Products. Web

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