A Product Review of ThermoHeat

by Peter Franks

Introducing ThermoHeat


This weight loss product is said to be a cutting-edge nutritional supplement that induces thermogenesis, so that you can shed pounds. It was formulated with more than 27 years of experience, hence its efficacy and potency is being guaranteed by its company. It is able to achieve this by utilizing an exclusive combination of biological activators, so that the metabolism is naturally heightened, desire for food is controlled and energy levels is increased.

The company takes pride in its product that it called the most cutting-edge thermogenic supplement ever formulated. It is also being advertised as the Number 1 fat burner accessible in the market.

These claims may be just a part of marketing fuss, but will ThermoHeat really help you shed pounds and change your body and health for the better. Think of the following considerations:

Defining Thermogenesis

Thermogenic means a substance that makes heat. The term is typically used to describe drugs that boost heat via metabolic stimulation. Given this, thermogenics are said to boost the core temperature of the body, as well as augment metabolism and the chances for losing weight.

Are the Components in ThermoHeat Effectual?

It is unlikely. Why?

Close up on hips girl eating yogurt in sport underwear on whiteFor one, the clinical proof that the ingredients bitter orange, n-acetyl-tyrosine, caffeine, holy basil, Japanese sophora, velvet bean (cowhage), ox bile, ginger, cayenne pepper (capsaicin), wakame seaweed, forskholii (forskolin), naringin, hesperidin, tangerine peel, olive leaf, yohimbe, cassia, or turmeric can generate any weight loss effects.

Still, this also does not imply that the said components don’t have any health gains. They probably do, but not the ones touted by the product’s company.
Also, the precise quantity of the components in ThermoHeat is not known since these ingredients are part of a patented mix.

ThermoHeat Adverse Reactions

Based on reports from users, the most usual adverse reactions is stomach discomfort.20090614fitness

On the other hand, Supplement View said that bitter orange could be harmful. These are the exact words: “possibly unsafe when taken as a supplement for a medical purpose such as weight loss. Bitter orange, particularly when taken with stimulants such as caffeine or caffeine-containing herbs, increases the risk for high blood pressure, fainting, heart attack, stroke, and other severe side effects.”

Moreover, it is said that the ingredient tyrosine is harmless as long as it is taken in doses up to 150 mg/kg each day for up to 3 months, while caffeine can trigger sleeping problems, uneasiness, digestive upset and others.

Lastly, cowhage can cause you to feel nauseous and feel stomach bloating. Certain preparations of this component can also trigger headache, vibrating heartbeat and even some signs of psychosis like brain fogginess, anxiety, hallucinations and delusions.

To reiterate, we don’t know the exact amount of the ingredients in ThermoHeat’s serving – whether or not these are okay for regular intake.

Other Thermogenesis-Inducing Products

While there’s no scientific proof that such supplements can promote weight loss, there are still many of them in the market. This includes ThermOxyn and Shredz Fat Burner, among others.

These kinds of nutritional products continue to proliferate that you can get one at any drugstores in your area. This spares you from paying additional fees for shipping and handling when you purchase online. It will also be simpler for you to return the item in the case that you’re not pleased with the product.

What Users Have to Say?

We found some customer feedbacks online, but these weren’t real reviews from real playing customers, but rather made-up testimonials from affiliates that earn money from commissions of every sale they refer, thus resorting to fake reviews/sites. Thankfully we did find something on a Bodybuilding.com forum where the general reception ThermoHeat got from its users was poor because of its inefficiency.

ThermoHeat is formulated by the company Advanced Molecular Labs. It is mainly headquartered in Setauket, New York. However, it is not registered with the Better Business Bureau, so there’s no rating from customers.

ThermoHeat Cost & Money-Back Guarantee

For two bottles of ThermoHeat, the cost is $39.95 with an additional $9.95 for shipping and handling. Part of the package is a diet and workout guides, as well as an admission to the Weight Loss Control Center.

As for its refund policy, there was not any information that answers this concern on the product website. Even the address, contact number and Terms & Conditions were not available on the page. We did find a number posted on manufacturer’s site. It is 800-931-5961. We called it up and were told that ThermoHeat’s comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee.

To be allowed for a refund, you need to email [email protected] with your invoice number, product description, item code, quantity, date of order, and the reason why you’re returning the item. When the company gets this, you will receive a Return Authorization Number within 36 hours.

Bottom Line

Straight to the point, ThermoHeat and its components lack the scientific substantiation that either the ingredients or the supplement itself is effective for weight loss. In fact, some of these components might pose some risks on your overall health. Thus, it is better that you consult your doctor first before proceeding with using ThermoHeat. This is so you can ask what other efficient and safe mean you can do to achieve weight loss.

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