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ThinAction

A supplement containing a low amount of the key ingredients it touts.

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ThinAction is a dietary supplement that includes the super food goji berry and claims to help you lose weight as well as rev up your metabolism. ThinAction has a team that uses the latest research on natural ingredients so that you are getting the highest quality product available. The web site presents several pieces of research that have shown the effectiveness of green tea which is also an ingredient in ThinAction. It is important to note that none of the cited research was done specifically on the ThinAction supplement. This product requires that you take it twice daily and promises results if used with the three principles of the ThinAction Low Glycemic Diet. The three principles are:

  • Banish white foods from your diet
  • Keep your diet low in saturated fats
  • Two veggies for every protein

If you follow the guidelines for the program, you will likely see results. Without the results of any type of clinical study, it is unclear whether the results come from the diet and exercise program, or if they are enhanced by using ThinAction.

PRO
  • Encourages diet and exercise
  • Several success stories
CON
  • Goji berry and green tea are not listed in the first five ingredients although they are prominently talked about on the web site as key ingredients
  • No case studies showing the effectiveness of the product
  • Some may expect that the supplement alone will help them lose weight
  • No significant ingredients or features set this product apart from other dietary supplements
INGREDIENTS
  • Vitamin C
  • Pantothenic Acid
  • Vitamin B6
  • Magnesium
  • L-Tyrosine
  • Guarana Seed Powder
  • Ginger Root Powder
  • Yerba Mate Leaves
  • Quercetin Dihydrate
  • Grape Seed
  • Green Tea Extract
  • Caralluma Fimbrata
  • Goji Extract
  • Acai Extract
  • Noni Extract
ADMINISTRATION

Take one serving (2 capsules) of ThinAction before breakfast and one serving (2 capsules) before a healthy lunch.

DIET and EXERCISE

ThinAction strongly encourages you follow their ThinAction Low Glycemic Diet. This also coincides with the three principles of the diet to help your success. The first principle is to banish white foods from your diet. This is because most white foods are highly processed and full of high-glycemic index calories that cause your blood sugar levels to spike. This can lead to weight gain and food cravings. Dairy is also eliminated on this program, which will require you to take a supplement for calcium. The second principle of the diet is to keep your saturated fats low. To do this it is recommended that you eat lean cuts of chicken, turkey, beef, seafood and pork. Anything fried is off limits as well as hamburgers, prime rib and other fatty cuts of meat. The last principle is to eat two servings of veggies for every serving of protein. You are advised to keep your meat consumption low compared to the amount of colorful vegetables you eat.

There is no specific menu provided with ThinAction supplement, but the directions given do give you a pretty clear picture of what type of diet is recommended. For exercise, there is no specific guidance given. You are simply directed to pair the diet and supplement with the exercise program of your choice, which will give you the best results.

CONCLUSION

When trying to lose weight, one thing is for certain – there is no magic pill to make the pounds vanish. You will only reach your goals through the hard work of diet and exercise. ThinAction does not offer much information to make the supplement seem necessary to enhance your results. The key ingredients that are listed as helpful for weight loss and energy are towards the end of the ingredient list and there are no clinical studies available on this supplement. ThinAction may be a helpful supplement, but there is really no evidence to prove that.

Common Misspellings

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