When this review was written, the Ultrathermo+ formula included the following ingredients: Green Tea Leaf Extract, Glucuronolactone, Caffeine, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Coleus Forskohlii Root Extract, 5-Hdyroxtryptophan (5-HTP), Theacrine, Vinpocetine.
Users are directed to take two (2) capsules 1 – 2 times daily with water. For best results, users are instructed to take the diet pill with breakfast or with lunch and should not take it before bed.
The vast majority of the ingredients in Ultrathermo+ are popular in the OTC (over-the-counter) weight loss industry. For instance, studies have found that green tea is packed with antioxidants and can help aid with fat burning. More specifically, green tea contains catechins. These help promote norepinephrine, a hormone that burns fat in the body. What’s more, this ingredient also contains caffeine (in addition to the caffeine ingredient included in the formula). Caffeine is a stimulant that can aid in the boosting of energy. It may also help to enhance metabolism to maximize fat burning during physical activity and may even help to suppress appetite in some people.
Green coffee bean is another thermogenic (like green tea and caffeine) and aids the body in burning fat cells for energy. As for coleus forskholii, studies have shown that it may help to stimulate the release of thyroid hormone. This may lead in the burning of fat and calories.
Ultrathermo+ is packed with some pretty interesting ingredients. That said, none of these ingredients have been clinically proven to cause measureable fat loss. This is important to know because there is no guarantee that taking this dietary supplement will lead to measurable fat loss of even assist you in your effort to lose notable weight.
As for side effects, the most common include stimulant-related side effects: jitters, insomnia, heart palpitations, anxiety, headache, upset stomach, restlessness, etc. If you have a known sensitivity to stimulants, you should probably avoid this product. Moreover, you should also adhere to the dosage recommendations and avoid taking this product before bed (at least 4 hours prior to bedtime) to reduce the risk of sleeplessness.
Still, it’s always a good idea to be on the safe side. Consult with your healthcare provider before taking Ultrathermo+ to make sure it is the right choice for you.
When this review was written, a single bottle of Ultrathermo+ sold on Amazon for $19.99.