Kindle Fat Burner is a diet pill that has been developed with women in mind and is manufactured by FemmeForme. This dietary supplement supposedly helps women burn fat by targeting fat deposits and reducing the formation of fat.
According to the official FemmeForme Kindle Fat Burner page, burning fat is a tricky process because thousands of years of evolution has programmed the body to store fat for as long as it can due to a hormone known as leptin. The more fat the body has, the more leptin it has, and the more leptin in the body, the more fat you burn. This nonprescription diet pill is supposed to start “the fire that burns the fat.”
How? The ingredients in the formula have reportedly been shown to lower and prevent the body’s resistance to leptin. Interestingly, however, when this Kindle Fat Burner review was written, the manufacturer did not provide any clinical evidence about its product or the ingredients used, to backup its claims.
The Kindle Fat Burner Formula
Even though the manufacturer has provided no studies to back up its claims, nor has it gone into detail about the substances it has selected for its formula, it is still important to see what the Kindle Fat Burner ingredients are. According to the bottle’s supplement facts label, the formula is composed of:
• Vitamin B6
• Vitamin B12
• Green Tea Extract
• Caffeine Anhydrous
• Advantra Z
• Yohimbine HCl
Perhaps one of the most interesting ingredients in the formula is IGOB131. This is a registered trademark ingredient of Gateway Health Alliance and is a seed extract of the traditional West African food plant Irvingia gabonensis (popularly known as African mango). According to one study, when administered at 150 mg twice daily prior to meals to overweight and/or obese human study participants, it favorably impacted body weight and a variety of parameters that were characteristic of metabolic syndrome by having an impact on adipogenesis.
That being said, it should be noted that this is only one study, which was partially funded by Gateway Health Alliance. More clinical trials involving this ingredient are needed to determine its true efficacy and safety.
Moreover, although Kindle Fat Burner contains 150mg of IGOB131 per 2 serving capsule and the dosage instructions are to take 2 capsules when you wake up and 2 capsules mid afternoon, this formula also contains several other ingredients, including more than one stimulant.
As such, there is no way of knowing just how effective IGOB131 or any of the other ingredients being used are for providing fat burning benefits as there have been no clinical studies to determine how these substances interact with one another and how they might effect a person’s health or benefit their weight loss efforts. There is also no indication as to how these ingredients would serve to benefit women more than men.
Although it would likely be in your best interest to discuss taking Kindle Fat Burner with a healthcare professional before you try it, a one month supply of this product can be purchased from the manufacturer’s website for the very high price of $70.00.