What Does Thermogenic Weight Loss Mean?

Jose BautistaDec 05, 2009 | edited Dec 05, 2009 - by @JoseBautista

In only the past decade, certain industries have boomed. One of which being the general health and weight loss categories, which has increased in size by ten fold. Almost every week a new fad diet comes out along with books and pills, all with their own fantastic claims on how quickly you'll obtain your ideal body, one of which is named Thermogenic weight loss.

The way that thermogenics work is by increasing your metabolic rate which in turn, raises the temperature of your body and burns calories off more quickly than usual. They are normally taken in pill form and are taken daily orally with a drink of water.

It has to be known that unless you know what you are doing and follow the directions strictly, that taking these supplements can become very unhealthy. They work on your central nervous system and provide similar results to caffeine's and such. Abuse of such pills is becoming more widely known due to their quick effects.

Scientific tests have been proved to show that these thermogenic pills are best taken in short burst of five or six weeks. After this time, the effectiveness of the pills decreases rapidly while your body builds up a tolerance to the ingredients.

It is also said that this type of pill can suppress your appetite and this feeling can become very addictive and quickly. For those with personalities likely to fall into this kind of issue, it is advised never to start taking these supplements.

Without taking thermogenic pills you can still achieve similar effects, but in a much more natural way. You could exercise regularly to get your metabolic rate up or take caffeine supplements which will give you a boost and higher energy levels.

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bristol stag Author Jun 11, 2011

study performed by the Department of Health and Exercise Science found that thermogenic drinks may help to promote weight loss because they increase metabolic rate. Thermogenic drinks are available in health food stores and over the counter. In addition, ice water, green tea and apple cider vinegar (1 to 2 tsp.)

edited Jun 11, 2011 - by @bristolstag28179
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