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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Fat Burners

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY OF FAT BURNERS GREEN TEA EXTRACT: This natural supplement has been found to increase metabolism due to the polyphenols found in the tea, which activate thermogenesis. GUARANA SEED EXTRACT: The seeds of this South American fruit contains alkaloids including guaranine (herbal caffeine source), theophylline and theobromine, w hich increase energy and promote mental clarity. GREEN COFFEE BEAN EXTRACT: These unroasted coffee beans have some caffeine but also contain the antioxidant Chlorogenic Acid, w hich inhibits fat absorption and activates the burning of stored fat instead. PHENTERMINE: An appetite suppressant similar to amphetamines that has been known to cause severe side e ffects. SIBUTRAMINE: A controlled, synthetic substance that was banned by the FDA because of its serious side effects, but has been detected in false herbal supplements sold online. EPHEDRINE: Known to produce fast weight loss results but due to its many dangerous side effects, it was eventually banned by the FDA. 2,4-DINITROPHENOL (DNP): Legal as a pesticide, but not for human consumption due to its toxicity. It also increases body temperature to highly dangerous levels. CLENBUTEROL (CLEN): Initially used as an asthma reliever for large animalIs, it is banned for human consumption. JAPANESE WEIGHT LOSS PILL: Found to contain Phenolphthalein which is used for chemical experiments, and sibutramine which was banned in 201o. PRESENTED BY евody UGLY BAD 0009

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Fat Burners

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Within the supplement industry there is an overwhelming amount of fat burner supplements on the market, all claiming to help you succeed in your weight loss goals. The truth is, many of these suppleme...


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