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Nutrition Labz ThermaFire

Ephedra was an effective but unsafe weight loss supplement that was banned by the FDA in the USA in 2004. Many supplements containing it were reformulated to remove Ephedra, including Nutrition Labz ThermaFire, but this has meant that some products went from strong but unsafe (and illegal) to much milder but legal formulas, with some being so much weaker that they are essentially ineffective.

Below we take an in-depth look at Nutrition Labz ThermaFire to see what benefits it offers consumers.

Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Pros

  • Some ingredients – green tea and caffeine, could aid weight loss

Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Cons

  • No money back guarantee/No clear returns policy on website
  • No individual ingredient quantities provided
  • Lack of customer reviews
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Nutrition Labz ThermaFire

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What You Need To Know About Nutrition Labz ThermaFire

Nutrition Labz ThermaFire is described as an “extreme fat burning formula” that will help to burn fat without losing muscle mass. The product once contains Ma Huang (ephedra), but appears to have been reformulated at some point as the current formula does not feature the illegal ingredient. The product is available from the official Nutrition Labz website, but the manufacturers do not state what their returns policy is.

What Are The Side Effects Of Nutrition Labz ThermaFire?

There are numerous ingredients found in Nutrition Labz ThermaFire that can cause a range of side effects. The individual ingredient quantities are not provided, meaning that it is difficult to establish the likelihood of side effects occurring. Customer reviews are also in short supply, meaning that we have no real anecdotal reports of whether side effects occurred or not.

Bentonite clay can cause intestinal blockages.

Guarana, Green tea, yerba mate, and kola nut all naturally contain some caffeine; Consumption of caffeine can cause a variety of side effects, including headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia. Green Tea can also cause constipation.

Common side effects of taking FoTi include diarrhoea, nausea, abdominal pain, and vomiting. It may also lower your body’s potassium level, leading to symptoms such as muscle weakness. It can also cause an allergic rash in some people. In some cases, it has been linked to acute liver damage.

Saw palmetto sometimes causes mild dizziness, headaches, nausea, diarrhoea, constipation, and vomiting.

Citrimax can cause some side effects including nausea, digestive tract discomfort, and headache. Its long term safety is unknown, as clinical studies typically focus upon short term use of up to 12 weeks.

Ginkgo Biloba can cause side effects such as stomach upset, headache, dizziness, constipation, forceful heartbeat, and allergic skin reactions. It is also possible to be allergic to ginkgo biloba.

Side effects of Siberian Ginseng can include drowsiness, changes in heart rhythm, sadness, anxiety, muscle spasms, and when used in high doses, increased blood pressure.

Hawthorn Berry has been known to cause side effects, including nausea, tiredness, sweating, nosebleeds, dizziness, heart palpitations, anxiety, and more.

How Much Does Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Cost?

Nutrition Labz Thermofire can be purchased from the manufacturer’s official website. Here a single bottle of 60 capsules costs $64.95 USD. Delivery charges may apply. International delivery is available, and customers can pay in numerous different currencies, but prices may vary due to exchange rates; at the time of writing, a single bottle costs £46.53 for UK customers or CAD$81.82 for Canadian customers.

This is a relatively expensive supplement compared with others available on the market, but its price appears to be excessive when considering that the product appears to contain only a small amount of the proprietary formula per capsule.

Our Verdict On Nutrition Labz ThermaFire

We are not hugely impressed by Nutrition Labz ThermaFire. Each single capsule contains just 250 mg of the proprietary formula, and considering that there are 21 active ingredients and a rice filler included in this formula, it seems unavoidable that many, if not all of the active ingredients will be underdosed. This means that even though some of the active ingredients could theoretically help to increase fat burn and aid weight loss, in practice they are unlikely to offer significant or noticeable results. Some of the ingredients used in ThermaFire are unusual choices, such as Silica, which has no proven health benefits and is not associated with weight loss at all.

Considering that each serving of two capsules contains just 500 mg of the proprietary blend, it seems like this is an expensive supplement that delivers very little actual product.

There is a long list of side effects that could be caused by the ingredients found in this supplement.

Nutrition Labz, the manufacturers of this supplement, have failed to state what their returns policy is on their official website, and it seems incredibly unlikely that they offer a money back guarantee.

Overall, we do not recommend Nutrition Labs ThermaFire to our readers.

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Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Review

Nutrition Labz ThermaFire is an “extreme fat burning formula” that will also provide a boost of clean energy and mental focus. The manufacturers also state that the supplement will help you to “burn fat, not muscle”, suggesting that it is intended for use during a cutting cycle. The main ingredients in this supplement appear to be numerous ingredients that are all natural sources of caffeine, including green tea, guarana, kola nut, and yerba mate.

Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Facts

  • Manufactured by Nutrition Labz
  • 60 capsules per bottle
  • Contains numerous sources of naturally occurring caffeine

ThermaFire is manufactured by Nutrition Labz, a company based in the USA. They do not provide an address on their website. They can be contacted using their numerous social media pages, all of which are posted on frequently. Customers can also contact them using the generic contact box provided on the “Contact” page of their official website.

How to Take Nutrition Labz ThermaFire

Directions for use are as follows: Take one capsules in the morning and one capsules before workout. Do not exceed the recommended dosage.

Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Concerns:

  • No money back guarantee/No clear returns policy on website
  • A filler is included in the proprietary formula
  • No individual ingredient quantities are provided

What Does Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Claim To Do?

The manufacturers do not provide much information about what Nutrition Labz ThermaFire is intended to do, or what the supposed benefits are.

The bottle states “burn fat not muscle!” and describes the supplement as an extreme fat burning formula.

The website states:

“Some Benefits Are:

  • Extreme Fat Burning Formula
  • Clean Energy & Focus
  • Burn Fat Not Muscle”

Does Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Work?

Each two capsule serving of Nutrition Labz ThermaFire contains just 500 mg of the proprietary formula, despite containing over 20 active ingredients. This heavily suggests that many of the active ingredients are present in insufficient quantities to be effective at boosting the metabolism and aiding weight loss.

There are four different ingredients that contain naturally occurring caffeine; green tea, guarana, kola nut, and yerba mate. Caffeine will cause a small boost to the consumer’s metabolic rate as it acts as a stimulant.

Bentonite may act as a laxative, but it is one of the least pleasant laxatives available, and could cause a range of unpleasant side effects including intestinal blockages. Citrimax is a branded Garcinia Cambogia extract; studies looking at Garcinia have conflicting results, but the majority of well-executed studies show that it is unlikely to aid weight loss, with one study showing that the placebo-taking participants actually lost significantly more weight than the Garcinia-taking participants.

The use of FoTi, Silica, and Royal Jelly is unusual, as there is little to no clinical evidence available to support their use for any health benefits, let alone weight loss.

Some of the ingredients may increase blood flow, which may be useful during workouts.

Overall, we find it unlikely that Nutrition Labz ThermaFire will aid significant or even noticeable weight loss.

What Are The Ingredients of Nutrition Labz ThermaFire?

The ingredients found in Nutrition Labz ThermaFire are detailed below. Individual ingredient quantities are not detailed as the supplement contains a proprietary formula. Each serving of two capsules contains 500 mg of the proprietary blend.

Proprietary Blend 500 mg

  • Guarana Seed Powder: A berry that is naturally high in caffeine, Guarana is often an ingredient in energy drinks and diet pills. Source
  • Green Tea Powder: Green tea is high in a group of antioxidants called catechins. Studies have suggested that catechins and caffeine both increase energy expenditure by boosting the metabolism temporarily. However, the metabolic increase caused by green tea is limited. One study found that the use of green tea was not enough to counteract weight gain following a high calorie diet. Source
  • Kola Nut Powder: Kola nut has been studied in relation to weight loss, but in conjunction with ephedra, a substance that is now banned in the U.S due to severe side effects. As a source of caffeine, Kola Nut may boost the metabolism mildly. In animal studies, regular use of kola nut over a month resulted in a decrease in both appetite and body weight. Source
  • Magnesium Stearate: stops the tablets from sticking to each other and to machines during the manufacturing process.
  • G910 Silica Powder: Some people claim that Silica has numerous health benefits, including being beneficial for hair, skin, and nails, improving circulation, and even preventing cancer. However, none of these have been proven through any sort of clinical trials. Source
  • Trace Minerals
  • Bentonite: A type of clay that is used in alternative medicine as a laxative, and is often used to extend the shelf life of pharmaceutical products. It is also used in cat litter, as it is incredibly absorbent. Source
  • Beet Root Powder: Beets appear to raise the levels of Nitric Oxide in the body, and existing early research suggests that it can help to fight fatty deposits in the bloodstream and liver. Source
  • Bladderwrack Powder: This sea vegetable is a concentrated source of minerals, including iodine, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron. It is well known that iodine assists in the production of thyroid hormones, which are necessary for maintaining healthy metabolism in all cells of the body. If a person has no thyroid problems and does not have an iodine deficiency, this ingredient will do little to boost weight loss attempts. Source
  • Citrimax: Citrimax is a branded form of Hydroxycitric Acid extracted from Garcinia Cambogia. Test tube and animal research suggests that HCA, the active compound in Garcinia Cambogia, may be helpful in weight loss because of its effects on metabolism. However, numerous studies in humans have found it has no effect upon either appetite or metabolic rate. Source
  • FoTi Powder: FoTi is also known as Chinese Knotweed or Polygonum Multiforum. Depending upon which type is used (white or red), it could potentially treat constipation, as well as a host of other health issues. FoTi is also thought in traditional Chinese medication to have anti-aging properties. However, there is not enough evidence to support the use of FoTi for any particular medical purpose. Source
  • Ginger Powder: Ginger is commonly used to treat motion sickness, morning sickness, colic, upset stomach, gas, nausea, and diarrhoea. Some studies suggest that ginger root is an appetite suppressant. One study used dried ginger powder to make a tea that participants drank with breakfast. Researchers found that satiety levels were much higher when the tea was consumed with breakfast, rather than just the breakfast on its own. Source
  • Ginkgo Biloba Powder: Appears to improve circulation, and may help to kill bacteria in the body that could cause infections, although it is used as an herbal remedy to treat a range of ailments. Source
  • Hawthorn Berry Powder: Hawthorn has been linked with widening blood vessels and improving overall blood flow. Although many have taken this to mean that the berry can improve cardiovascular health, some dissenting studies have claimed that the ingredient has no effect on blood pressure and that it even worsens heart failure symptoms. Source
  • Royal Jelly: Royal Jelly is used to fight a range of illnesses. Its numerous proposed effects are generally unproven, although preliminary evidence suggests that royal jelly may reduce cholesterol levels in those who have high cholesterol. Royal Jelly is secreted by worker bees and is used to feed the queen and larvae. Source
  • Saw Palmetto Powder: Thought by some to treat an enlarged prostate, but clinical evidence to support this is minimal (and is contradicted by other, higher-quality studies). Source
  • Siberian Ginseng Powder: Unfortunately, the clinical trials that suggest that Siberian Ginseng has clear medicinal benefits are either low quality studies in humans, or are from testing in vitro or in animals. Some studies suggest that the plant can help to reduce cognitive declines and boost cognition in general, but the clinical support is far from conclusive, or well tested in human subjects. Source
  • White Willow Bark Powder: Willow bark contains salicin, which acts a painkiller, and is thought to be as effective as aspirin. There is some evidence that when taken in conjunction with kola nut and ephedra, it can cause weight loss. It does not seem to have been tested on its own for weight loss properties. Source
  • Yerba Mate Powder: A plant that is typically brewed as a tea, yerba mate is a natural source of caffeine, and has been the subject of several studies on weight loss. Source
  • ChromeMate: ChromeMate is a branded product which consists of Niacin Bound Chromium Polynicotinate. Chromium is used primarily to lower fasting blood sugar levels, and to lower insulin levels in people who have type 2 diabetes. In terms of its potential effect upon weight loss, it is possible that taking chromium picolinate by mouth for 2 to 3 months might produce a small weight loss of about 1.1 kg. Source
  • Vitamin B12 Pure
  • Rice: A filler ingredient

Does Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Have Any Side Effects?

There are numerous ingredients found in Nutrition Labz ThermaFire that can cause a range of side effects. The individual ingredient quantities are not provided, meaning that it is difficult to establish the likelihood of side effects occurring. Customer reviews are also in short supply, meaning that we have no real anecdotal reports of whether side effects occurred or not.

Bentonite clay can cause intestinal blockages.

Guarana, Green tea, yerba mate and kola nut all naturally contain some caffeine; Consumption of caffeine can cause a variety of side effects, including headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia. Green Tea can also cause constipation.

Common side effects of taking FoTi include diarrhoea, nausea, abdominal pain, and vomiting. It may also lower your body’s potassium level, leading to symptoms such as muscle weakness. It can also cause an allergic rash in some people. In some cases, it has been linked to acute liver damage.

Saw palmetto sometimes causes mild dizziness, headaches, nausea, diarrhoea, constipation, and vomiting.

Citrimax can cause some side effects including nausea, digestive tract discomfort, and headache. Its long term safety is unknown, as clinical studies typically focus upon short term use of up to 12 weeks.

Ginkgo Biloba can cause side effects such as stomach upset, headache, dizziness, constipation, forceful heartbeat, and allergic skin reactions. It is also possible to be allergic to ginkgo biloba.

Side effects of Siberian Ginseng can include drowsiness, changes in heart rhythm, sadness, anxiety, muscle spasms, and when used in high doses, increased blood pressure.

Hawthorn Berry has been known to cause side effects, including nausea, tiredness, sweating, nosebleeds, dizziness, heart palpitations, anxiety, and more.

Caution:
Not for use by individuals under the age of 18. Do not exceed recommended serving. Exceeding recommended servings may cause serious adverse health effects including heart attack and stroke. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a physician before using this product if you are sensitive to caffeine or if you have or have a family history of heart disease, thyroid disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, recurrent headaches, depression or other psychiatric condition, glaucoma, difficulty urinating, prostate enlargement, or seizure disorder, if you are using MAOI inhibitors or any other dietary supplement, prescription drug, or over-the-counter drug containing ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine.

Are There Any Customer Reviews For Nutrition Labz ThermaFire?

We struggled to find many customer reviews for Nutrition Labz ThermaFire online, but we managed to find some comments regarding the supplement on Instagram. These are typically replies to promotional posts, and so obviously don’t look like typical reviews.

Oh man!!! When I was at the best shape ever I used to take those and LOVED THEM!!!

Does Nutrition Labz ThermaFire Offer a Money-Back Guarantee?

The manufacturers of ThermaFire, Nutrition Labz, do not state what their returns policy is on their official website at all. It is likely that they do not offer a money back guarantee. Contact the company directly before sending them any parcels for return, as an RMA number may be required.

Where Can I Buy Nutrition Labz ThermaFire?

Nutrition Labz Thermofire can be purchased from the manufacturer’s official website. Here a single bottle of 60 capsules costs $64.95 USD. Delivery charges may apply. International delivery is available, and customers can pay in numerous different currencies, but prices may vary due to exchange rates; at the time of writing, a single bottle costs £46.53 for UK customers or CAD$81.82 for Canadian customers.

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Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.



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