Thermonex EF Review
Thermonex, made by BSN, is a product aimed more at the weight lifting folks needing to burn a little fat. BSN has been in the industry for quite a while now and have built up a good reputation. How does Thermonex compare to other similar products on the market? This review will take a gander at its ingredients to what potential Thermonex has in terms of helping you lose weight.
- Caffeine Anhydrous (250 mg)
- Green Tea (375 mg)
- Octopamine HCL (200 mg)
- Evodia Rutaecarpa (40 mg)
- Yerba Mate (200 mg)
- Advantra Z (20 mg)
- Naringin (50 mg)
- L-Tyrosine (300 mg)
- Diiodotyrosine (100 mcg)
- Iodotyrosine (100 mcg)
Caffeine Anhydrous – A dehydrated form of caffeine (don’t be impressed by the fancy name), caffeine anhydrous has been proven to increase energy levels and help you lose weight.
Green Tea – Has been shown in clinical studies to cause weight loss through an increased metabolic rate.
Octopamine HCL – The jury is still out as to octopamine’s effectiveness in weight loss. For now, I wouldn’t plan on it doing much.
Yerba Mate – Has been shown to be an effective appetite suppressant when combined with damiana and guarana.
Advantra Z – Contains synephrine which is another effective stimulant.
L-Tyrosine – An amino acid that helps synthesize proteins. It has been shown to aid in weight loss.
The ingredient profile in Thermonex looks to be rather good. They’ve disclosed the amounts of each ingredient which is much more than what I can say for most of the diet pills out there. Thermonex does contain a number of stimulants, so those who may be sensitive to such things should steer clear.
As you might expect, Thermonex’s website is professionally done with a decent amount of information about each product. I don’t see any scam tactics or anything like that, so buy with confidence. They do use scarcely dressed women to promote the product, which I’m personally not a fan of, but that’s just me.
$45.99 gets you one bottle. An average-to-high priced supplement.
I saw no information about a guarantee on their site.
Thermonex, by BSN, appears to be decently formulated with a few good ingredients. The is ok, but we wish they had a guarantee. All in all, if you can handle the supplements contained in Thermonex, it might not be a bad option.