In recent years, makers of “fat burners” have focused their formulas on increasing the metabolic rate with the goal of effecting greater fat loss. The results have been mixed at best. “Fat burner’ is really a misnomer for these products. There are few over-the-counter products that even remotely approach the goal of increasing metabolic rate. The few that do may utilize questionable ingredients– basically what the FDA refers to as “unapproved drugs.” As such, the unsuspecting user of fat burners may be subjecting themselves to unnecessary health risks. (See my related posting on Xenadrine.)
I believe the future of “fat burning’ products lies in the field of “appetite satiety” products– those products that can reduce hunger and induce the feeling of fullness and satiety. The result is the ingestion of fewer calories, which can have a far greater effect on weight loss than the negligible metabolic bump that existing “fat burners” can supply.
If an appetite satiety product interests you, please check out our new Xhilar8 product: https://www.labrada.com/downloads/Xhilar8_download.pdf
Yours in Health,
Your Lean Body Coach™