Therma Kor is a non-prescription diet pill advertised as a thermogenic fat-burning formulation. It promises that its users will experience long-lasting energy as well as a faster metabolism accelerated through thermogenesis, reduced body fat, increased mental focus and will “eliminate appetite.”
The official website for this product promises that Therma Kor will give users the energy and stamina they need to perform at their best during workouts. It also suggests that this product will bring on “astounding fat loss” along with improved mood and energy. It also states that users won’t just have toned bodies but will be “absolutely ripped.” All this through thermogenesis promoted by this product’s ingredients.
Thermogenesis is the natural process in the body by which heat is produced. Body heat needs fuel to be created. The body uses calories from food or fat stored on the body as this fuel. The idea is that if thermogenesis is raised, it will need more fuel, making it easier to lose weight. That said, based on the way this pill is meant to be used, there doesn’t appear to be any research published in medical journals that would suggest that increased thermogenesis from supplements will result in measurable weight loss.
This product also claims to function as an appetite suppressant and will inhibit the production of body fat. These are all considerable promises, so it’s important to look at the product’s formula and any research published in medical journals in order to determine whether or not it has the potential to be effective as well as safe.
At the time this review was written, the Therma Kor ingredients were green tea extract, garcinia cambogia, Razberi-K, green coffee bean extract, forslean, hordenine, caffeine anhydrous, salicin, synephrine. In fact, this product contains 150 milligrams of caffeine and 50 milligrams of synephrine in every serving.
This product is clearly based on stimulants as it contains two strong stimulants: caffeine anhydrous and synephrine. This is also an unfortunate combination as the FDA has released a warning to consumers cautioning them against using diet pills containing a combination of those two stimulants.
The reason is that while caffeine is typically considered to be safe to use on its own – within certain amounts by healthy adults – when combined with synephrine, it increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. This product contains the same amount of caffeine as about a cup and a half of coffee if it were to be taken all at once. This, combined with synephrine, is worth taking the time to speak with a doctor to be sure that it will not place your health in danger before using it.