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by momo kk
(england)

i want to take a thermogenic fat burner but i am 17. can i still take it or not?

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Thermogenics
by: Steve

Hi Momo,

Great to hear from you.

I don't recommend people under the age of 18 to use thermogenics. There are plenty of other strategies you can use to get the weight off.

However, in saying this, the caffeine intakes of most teenagers is certainly quite high considering all the caffeinated beverages and energy drinks they have. Nevertheless, I personally believe that from a health perspective it is best to avoid products that are likely to stimulate your central nervous system when you are still growing.

All the best.

Regards,

Steve.

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My Views on Thermogenics

by Glen Trotter
(Tasmania, Australia)

Hi,

This is a very easy article to understand written in plain english, but as is usual with all weight loss plans they say increasing exercise is an important part of this to get results.

Therefore, would it not be just be the increased exercise that will reduce weight? Sounds like a con to me. But if it helps people to lose weight and become fitter I'm all for it (eat less & work harder may we all become slim & fit)

P.S. And dont forget to take the bloody pills!

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How to burn fat: A Holistic Approach

by Marjorie Comandao
(Brisbane, QLD, Australia)

Thermogenesis or fat burning will only be effective and safe if done properly and by combining several strategies in the process.

It's really an holistic approach where proper diet, exercise, lifestyle modification and the right mindset/ attitude goes into play working together in harmony to achieve a common goal which is losing weight safely.

The existence of several medical conditions like hypertension, hyperthyroidism, pregnancy and even some psychiatric illnesses serve as contraindications for the use of fatburners.

Hence with such warnings/advice indicated, it further helps one to find the right way to lose weight responsibly and sefely. Bearing this in mind, I think XLR8 is a potentially good way to help people lose weight not only because it contains most of the powerful natural thermogenic herbal ingredients, but also because its use is recommended in combination with a range of other weight-loss strategies.

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Thought on the Thermogenics article.

by Ken
(Attleboro, MA)

I thought this was a very well written article in that you did not try to get into big terms and wrote in a away that most people could follow. Also, your examples at the beginning of the "How the Best Thermogenics Work" were very illustrative. Finally, the best portion of the article was the fact that you stressed that no fat burner is a magic pill and rather a supplement to healthy eating and working out.

One point that you may have missed: if you ever decide to stop using them, will your body overcompensate for loss of the supplement and retain more fat than before ever taken the supplement?

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Thoughts on Thermogenics
by: Steve

Hi Ken,

Thanks for your feedback and comments and for bringing up a great topic.

When it comes to rebound weight gain I don't think it occurs after using thermogenics unless a person increases their food intake.

For example, let's say a person wants to lose weight so they follow a 1500 calorie a day diet and their body burns up 1500 calories a day. In this case they won't lose weight because of the 'calorie equilibrium'.

However, if they then take a thermogenic that may increase their body's calorie expenditure by say another 200 calories per day, this then creates a calorie deficit so they can now lose weight.

Once they achieve their weight loss goal if they then stop using the thermogenic but maintain their 1500 calories per day diet and their body will still be burning up 1500 calories per day so they won't gain the weight back that they lost.

Of course, if they weigh less their body may need less calories per day so they may also need to reduce their calorie intake slightly. However, I don't think they will 'rebound' and put the lost weight back on.

Thanks again Ken.

Cheers,

Steve.


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