MP Max Thermo-Extreme is a nonprescription weight loss pill that is manufactured by a company called Myprotein. This product is marketed as being a metabolism booster, which means that it speeds up the rate at which calories and fats are burned away by the body.
Despite the fact that there are no scientific studies to support the claims made about this formula, there are a large number of positive customer reviews to be found on several third party websites. On the official website, reviews tend to range from moderate to positive, averaging out at four out of five stars from just short of one hundred customer reviews.
At the time that this review was written, the cost of a bottle of 120 MP Max Thermo-Extreme capsules cost £20.99. The directions are to use three to four capsules per day before exercise for the best results. This means that one bottle will last for 30 to 40 days. Therefore, the price tag is quite affordable for most dieters and is competitive within this market. It is also promising that this product recommends that these capsules be taken before a workout, as fat burners typically don’t do very much unless they are combined with cardio activity. For this reason, this recommendation, alone makes the product more valuable than many other fat burners that are sold without the direction to take them with exercise.
The active ingredients within the formula include: citrus auranthium herb powder, green tea extract, white kidney bean extract, L-tyrosine, caffeine, Siberian ginseng, chocamine, bladderwrack, L-theanine, raspberry ketones, cayenne powder, pyridoxine HCl, black pepper extract, chromium picolinate, and vitamin B12.
It is very important to note that there are several stimulants within this formula. Among them are the citrus auranthium, green tea extract, and caffeine. These can lead to some unpleasant side effects, particularly because of the powerful first ingredient. Moreover, citrus auranthium contains synephrine, which is a substance against which the FDA has released a warning as it can lead to some highly uncomfortable side effects. This can also be dangerous for certain dieters depending on their medical histories and the other supplements or drugs that they may be taking.
Moreover, this formula contains a number of substances that are completely unproven. Many substances, from raspberry ketones to white kidney bean extract and even chromium picolinate are often associated by diet pill manufacturers with various claims such as appetite suppression and thermogenesis, despite the fact that, at best, they require considerably more study in order to prove that they are safe and effective. While the odds are that all of those substances are safe, it could also be that they will provide a dieter with nearly no benefit at all.