Keto XT is an over the counter weight loss pill that was created by BPI Sports, which also markets and sells this product. These pills have been designed to work as fat burners that will help to speed up the metabolism without having to rely on any stimulants within the formulation. This can help to make it very attractive to individuals who are seeking a way to speed up their ability to lose fat without having to rely on ingredients that may have caused them to experience side effects in the past or that could potentially cause a reaction with their medications or medical conditions.
Keto XT was designed to promote a process that is called thermogenesis, which speeds up the metabolic rate by raising the temperature of the body. The idea behind this concept is that in order to make the body hotter, fuel needs to be burned to produce that heat. In the case of the human body, that fuel comes in the form of calories from food or fats that have been stored on the body. Therefore, thermogenesis promotion can help to reduce the impact of calories eaten in meals or snacks, or it could assist in burning more fat off the body if food calories have already been used.
Thermogenesis doesn’t really do all that much for a dieter who doesn’t make any changes to his or her lifestyle, particularly in the case of individuals who don’t exercise on a regular basis. However, when thermogenesis promotion is combined with reduced caloric intake and increased cardiovascular exercise, it can help to boost the impact of those efforts so that dieters can get the most out of what they’re doing to shed the excess pounds.
Of course, this only works to the dieter’s advantage if Keto XT actually contains ingredients that function the way that the marketing for the product promises. At the time that this review was written, the official website for this product listed its ingredients as being: vitamin D3, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), green coffee bean, raspberry (standardized to raspberry ketone), 3-acetyl-7-oxo-dehydroepiandrosterone, and L-carnitine.
There has been some limited research conducted on some of those ingredients, while others remain completely unproven. Though there is a chance that dieters could benefit from some of these ingredients, it is impossible to know for certain. It is highly recommended that a doctor be consulted before the use of this product is started.