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Thermocerin

Fat burner contains a proprietary combination of natural herbs.

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Thermocerin stakes its claim as "the most powerful fat burner available on the market without a prescription." It's a bold claim that they substantiate by offering a product made of all-natural herbal ingredients known for their effectiveness in weight loss. The Thermocerin website features many customer testimonials who lost weight in a brief time.

PRO
  • Claims to have fast results
  • Burns fat
  • Boosts metabolism
CON
  • No dietary guidance
  • No exercise guidance
  • Contains caffeine source
INGREDIENTS

Thermocerin contains a proprietary combination of natural herbs. White and green tea are known for their antioxidant properties that cause your body to maintain a higher metabolic rate. Few diet supplements contain both white and green tea, setting Thermocerin apart from your average diet pill.

Thermocerin also contains capsaicin, derived from hot peppers and also works to boost metabolism. The ingredient, yohimbe, comes from a tree in Africa and has been known to increase metabolism, build muscle, improve sexual function, decrease anxiety and elevate mood. A small amount of caffeine also helps to give you energy without feeling jittery or nervous.

DIET and NUTRITION

No guidance provided, but acknowledges the need for a healthy diet.

EXERCISE

No guidance provided, but acknowledges the need for a healthy diet.

CONCLUSION

The company's claims may be a bit hyperbolic, but Thermocerin does not contain ephedra or ma huang, which have been shown to have dangerous side effects like heart problems. Thermocerin is stimulant-free, safe and effective.

Common Misspellings

Thermoceren, Thermoserin, Thermocern, Thermacerin


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(Page 1 of 1, 15 total comments)

Lifesunreal

A horrible product does not work. It is a scam for sure!!!

posted Mar 25th, 2009 12:41 pm


cheesygH

I prefer diets that give more support and guidance, which these pills do not do. I'm researching better options and will reply on this string with more details.

posted Oct 5th, 2008 5:41 pm


Carmella5

This is a fat burner for sure and it has caffeine in it to help me feel more energetic throughout the day without having to drink all those cups of coffee. Definitely don't take the pills late at night though or you will have trouble sleeping.

posted Oct 5th, 2008 5:38 pm


meme

lola- u have a lot of nerve guess u cant read cause most of these people exercise. Asi am a personal trainer and aerobic instructor and i workout 5 times a week 5 hours cardio and 3-4 weight training and i am at plateau... u must be a real idiot to write the post u left....

posted Sep 28th, 2008 9:51 am


Debbie

Lola, why are you researching diets? Looking for a miracle or a way to make yourself feel better via bashing?

posted Aug 26th, 2008 9:26 pm


alma

wow lola. way to be an incredibly accusatory when most of the people commenting have claimed they are exercising and dieting. as far as assumptions go, i might as well assume YOU are the "fat and crazy" one, jealous that other people have made effort and seen results.

posted Jun 3rd, 2008 9:05 am


Lola

All of you are fat and crazy, just exercise , be active and eat good, or hey just be lazy and pop a pill!

posted May 28th, 2008 12:19 pm


Janie

I started taking Thermocerin about 4 days ago, and this morning my face is swollen and my eye lids are swollen to almost shut and I have a rash on my face. I can't say that Thermocerin caused it but just wonder if anyone else has had alergy problems with it. I am losing weight but am watching my overeating.

posted Mar 13th, 2008 8:50 pm


krista

anonymous did not leave that post above! They copied it from this website


Anonymous

CV- just google AM300- there are loads of sites selling it. But I did notice that it lists ephedra in the ingredients, so those may be old sites.


CV

Paulie...just to let you know...most of the posts stated they were doing more than just taking the pill. Plus, the "anonymous" commenter cut and pasted fhis comment rom a website that was bashing any other pill that WASN'T the diet pill ML-something or other. That happens a lot. So for Mr. Anonymous, I wouldn't exactly listen to their expert opinion. I've actually researched Thermocerin and have found most sites are happy with the ingredients. Of course you can't eat yourself into oblivion and expect a pill to magically make you lose weight, but I've been on Thermocerin for a week now and truly feel and see the difference. I work out 30-60 min a day and eat balanced meals. Do I have a snack on occasion...of course...but that is why Thermocerin is that "boost" that is helping. I have never had to lose weight and have always eaten pretty well. I don't go over a certain amount of calories-never have-drink my 70 oz of water a day, and excercise every day. Some people just get to a point where they need more help. Anyways, "anonymous" has posted this same exact post on other websites. I'd actually like to find AM300 again. 8 years ago I took that and dropped 20 pounds literally in a month without dieting at all. Now it's gone. I can't find it and the weight stayed off until a few years ago when I got pregnant. I've not found a single pill that did what AM300 did and not sure why it is gone now, since it was organic/herbal pills. Anyways, as far as Thermocerin, yes, please don't purchase this expecting it to be a "magic" pill...but so far I'mn pleased with it and find it to be a great diet aid...everyone is different though. So what may work for one person, may not work for another!


paulie

whoever wrote this article well, i think you are very intelligent ! and the whole idea is not to knock this product but to give people a reality check! any certain types of ingredients can help boost weight loss but there is a medical side to almost any thing we eat or supplement in our daily habits or dieting! all i could say is that being a yo yo dietier my whole life, diet isnt taking a wonder pill or super pill that will instantaniously melt fat away but, diet is for life!!! eat the rite foods, exercise daily, and do it for life!!! thats a diet and than you can live well!!


Anonymous

Thermocerin claims to be the "world's most powerful fat burner now available without prescription." Big deal. Just about every fat burner makes this claim. Heck, if I had a dollar for every time I either heard or read this, I'd be retired by now. And Thermocerin is no different -- as you'll see, it's not a bad formula, but it's far from revolutionary, and it sure as heck ain't "the world's most powerful fat burner." And it was never a prescription product, so the whole "now available without a prescription" claim rings a bit hollow. Sure, the web site sounds and looks pretty official. There's millions of testimonials, some very official sounding text on thermogenisis and metabolism, and even a section on "clinical proof." Unfortunately, it all means very little... Testimonials on their own mean very little. First of all, you can't verify them, so you can't be sure they aren't completely fabricated (trust me, this happens all the time in the weight loss industry). Next, you can't tell how much diet and exercise contributed to weight loss success, and how much Thermocerin contributed. The only way to do so would be to run a double-blind, clinical study with numerous control groups -- one group exercising and eating right, one group eating right and using Thermocerin but not exercising, one group doing whatever -- you get the picture. Next, remember that any personal testimonial is anecdotal. It doesn't stand up as scientific proof - not in any professional's standards. Every product needs to be tested against a placebo because for some people, there mere suggestion that they are taking the "world's most powerful weight loss pill" will be enough to cause them to lose weight. Notice too that Thermocerin is paying $250 for testimonials... And what about the clinical proof? Well, there is no clinical proof that the precise blend of ingredients in Thermocerin is helpful for weight loss. The clinical data refers to a study on green tea. Green tea does appear to be, as several studies have confirmed, helpful for weight loss. A newer study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (Vol. 81, No. 1, 122-129, January 2005), indicated the ingestion of a tea rich in catechins (catechins are a major component of green tea extract) leads to both a lowering of bodyfat AND of cholesterol levels. More so, the combination of green tea and caffeine may be even more beneficial for weight loss (Obes Res. 2005 Jul; 13(7): 1195-204). Obviously then, Thermocerin contains green tea (as well as white tea). It also contains caffeine, yohimbe, and capsaicin -- although we don't know the precise dosage -- the blend is labeled as "proprietary." However, there are 255mg of ingredients per serving, so this is unlikely to be a potent concoction. Regardless, it's hard to determine the efficacy of the formula. Caffeine is a well known stimulant that has thermogenic properties -- especially when combined with green tea. Capsaicin may have a slight effect on elevating the metabolism -- but only in extremely high doses -- in excess of 3 grams! (Br J Nutr. 1999 Aug;82(2):115-23.) The standardized extract of the bark of the African Yohimbe tree is yohimbine. This compound is often used as a natural aphrodisiac. It is also sold as a drug (in the U.S., a popular brand is Yohimex containing 5.4 milligram of yohimbine hydrochloride per tablet) and is used to treat impotency, dilate the pupil of the eye, and stimulate fat loss (studies indicating weight loss are promising but not revolutionary -- see Isr J Med Sci. 1991 Oct;27(10):550-6). Because it can cause unpredictable effects on blood pressure, Yohimbe should be approached with caution. According to the U.S. FDA... Yohimbe is a tree bark containing a variety of pharmacologically active chemicals. It is marketed in a number of products for body building and "enhanced male performance." Serious adverse effects, including renal failure, seizures and death, have been reported to FDA with products containing yohimbe and are currently under investigation. The major identified alkaloid in yohimbe is yohimbine, a chemical that causes vasodilation, thereby lowering blood pressure. Yohimbine is also a prescription drug in the United States. Side effects are well recognized and may include central nervous system stimulation that causes anxiety attacks. At high doses, yohimbine is a monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor. MAO inhibitors can cause serious adverse effects when taken concomitantly with tyramine-containing foods (e.g., liver, cheeses, red wine) or with over-the-counter (OTC) products containing phenylpropanolamine, such as nasal decongestants and diet aids. Individuals taking yohimbe should be warned to rigorously avoid these foods and OTC products because of the increased likelihood of adverse effects. Yohimbe should also be avoided by individuals with hypotension (low blood pressure), diabetes, and heart, liver or kidney disease. Symptoms of overdosage include weakness and nervous stimulation followed by paralysis, fatigue, stomach disorders, and ultimately death. Bottom line on Thermocerin? It's not the world's most powerful fat burner by any means. It does however, contain a few worthwhile ingredients that may prove helpful for weight loss (green and white tea, yohimbe, and caffeine). Keep in mind however, that even if Thermocerin is helpful in boosting your metabolism, it is unlikely to provide a very dramatic effect -- one study showed people burned 100 extra calories a day when supplementing with green tea. If you're over consuming calories therefore, Thermocerin will do nothing for you (no product will).


Kate

The first week i was on thermocerin i had alot of trouble getting to sleep, but once i realized it was because i had been taking the 3rd pill to late at night i began to sleep better, but i feel ALOT more energetic, iam happier, and ive started to lose inches off my waiste and stomach. and its only been two weeks


Jack

I have been taking thermocin for a few weeks now and am losing weight but I am also eating better and exercising I think it is helping though.



   
 

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