Thermaxin comes from the relatively new British supplements company Astral Nutrition and is the strongest supplement in their product range. It looks pretty good at first glance, so we took an in-depth look at Thermaxin to find out more.
Thermaxin is a fat burner supplement on sale from the relatively new British company Astral Nutrition. It contains some fat burning favourites, including green tea and caffeine, but we are concerned about the green coffee bean extract because it is not clear whether this part of the formula contains additional caffeine as well. This supplement could well be worth a try if you work out and exercise, but it will not suit you if you have health concerns around heart and blood pressure.
Side effects are mainly caffeine related and may include: jitteriness, headaches, anxiety, increased heart rate and blood pressure, stomach upset, nausea or insomnia.
Thermaxin is not very expensive compared to some other diet products. Buy from the official website and it costs £28.99 for 60 capsules (1 month’s supply).
If you follow Astral Nutrition on Facebook you can obtain a discount code offering you a further 10% off the retail price.
Thermaxin is a fat burner supplement, so it might suit you if you are looking for some stimulant fire power to motivate your workouts and exercise routines.
Thermaxin contains caffeine, which will not suit you if you are sensitive to caffeine or stimulants. It will also not be suitable if you have any kind of health condition relating to your heart or blood pressure.
One of the principle ingredients is green coffee extract, which at 1000mg per serving and in the form of a condensed extract could deliver a noticeable caffeine effect.
Green coffee bean extract is derived from coffee before it is roasted. Green coffee beans are high in a substance called chlorogenic acid, which is believed to have benefits for heart health, diabetes, weight loss and blood pressure. As we all know, coffee contains caffeine too, and although the caffeine contained in green coffee extract is less than in the roasted variety, we have no way of knowing for sure how much caffeine THIS part of the formula contains. So you will have to proceed cautiously when first using this supplement.
Take 1 pill on an empty stomach before breakfast with 250ml of water. Take another pill 4 hours later with 250ml of water. Do not exceed 2 pills within a 24 hour period. If you have a sensitive stomach you are advised to take after food.
Do not use this product after 7pm, as the caffeine content could cause insomnia. If you’re looking to use Thermaxin as a pre-workout, skip the morning and afternoon capsules and take both capsules 45 minutes prior to your workout with your pre-workout meal.
The other principle ingredient is capsicum extract – derived from the hot chilli peppers and known as a natural thermogenic. It increases body temperature when eaten in its natural form and as a result may help the body burn off calories and fat.
Other ingredients include green tea extract and natural caffeine, and there is a lot of positive evidence that this combination is effective for weight loss. Catechins found in green tea are proven to burn fat, especially when used in conjunction with caffeine, and there is also evidence that it is very effective when combined with resistance training.
Thermaxin is a relatively new supplement on the market. It comes from an independent supplements company called Astral Nutrition, who are based in the north of England and is just one in a wide range of products, all targeting weight loss and body building.
Astral Nutrition sells their products via the official website and also on eBay UK. They seem safe to deal with and, reading through the terms and conditions and trawling through the internet, we cannot find any issues regarding dodgy practices, such as signing you up to auto-ship agreements or similar. This looks like a reputable company when it comes to sales practice.
However, we would have liked to have known the origin of the supplements. It is not disclosed where any Astral Nutrition supplements are manufactured, so we cannot guarantee that they are made in the UK and conform to industry standards. It is highly possible that this information has simply been overlooked in the advertising or it could indicate that the supplements have been imported.
Thermaxin is suitable for men and for women and is “an essential fat loss supplement for anyone looking to target a leaner, meaner, healthier physique.”
According to the advertising, the key features are:
The product information explains how the supplement will help you,
The ingredients work to contribute to normal macronutrient metabolism, support the maintenance of normal blood glucose levels, heighten mental focus and concentration and reduce the rate of perceived exertion (RPE), allowing you to work harder for longer.
We think that Thermaxin will work for some people. You probably need to be pretty active and use this supplement to help your training regime, but we feel that it may help improve results.
There is strong evidence that green tea and caffeine can improve the results of resistance training. In addition, the other ingredients may help the regulation of blood sugars and your metabolism. However, there is this question of the unknown caffeine content. You may find that Thermaxin causes too many side effects and we would certainly be extremely cautious in taking this supplement because of this.
It could be dangerous if you have any issues around heart health and blood pressure. It may also lead you into training beyond your limits, which could be dangerous for health.
With a combination of proven ingredients, superb customer service and a 60-day money-back guarantee, Phentaslim is making big waves in the diet world.
Find out why thousands of people are choosing Phentaslim to achieve their weight loss goals, and why it's also the editor's top selection.
Read the Watchdog Phentaslim review here.
Thermaxin comes with a full ingredients list. Many of the ingredients are in concentrated form, so will be stronger than if they were unadulterated.
Serving size is equal to 1 capsule.
Thermaxin may cause side effects. These can include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. The product information advises you to speak to your doctor first if you have high blood pressure and/or are on blood pressure medication. You should seek medical advice first if you are diabetic or have issues around the thyroid as the supplement may interfere with medication.
There are positive customer testimonials for Thermaxin posted on the product page, so we cannot guarantee these are totally impartial or whether any negative comments have been filtered out.
Top product. Sweating like a mad man! Loads of energy in the gym. Happy 🙂
Had a few mates at the gym raving about this product so I finally decided to grab a couple of bottles. Very impressed, definitely the strongest fat burner I’ve used and I’ve pretty much used them all.
These and the CLA had me soaking with sweat at the gym during my cardio. Appetite is way down too. Bit expensive, but worth it
There is a 30-day money-back guarantee provided for all Astral Nutrition supplements.
Thermaxin is not available in the shops. The best place to buy it is via the Astral Nutrition website. It is also available via eBay UK.
Thermaxin looks pretty good in our opinion. This is a simple weight loss supplement that may help improve your results if you work out or exercise. We always like the green tea/caffeine combination because it is effective, and we like that Thermaxin does not contain novelty ingredients, such as weird extracts that nobody has ever heard of. However, we are concerned about the potentially high caffeine content of the green coffee bean extract and the lack of information regarding the place of manufacture.
As you are covered by a 30-day money-back guarantee with Astral Nutrition products, we think Thermaxin could well be worth a shot.
You can buy Thermaxin here: https://www.astralnutrition.com/products/thermaxin-fat-burner
Disclaimer: Our reviews and investigations are based on extensive research from the information publicly available to us and consumers at the time of first publishing the post. Information is based on our personal opinion and whilst we endeavour to ensure information is up-to-date, manufacturers do from time to time change their products and future research may disagree with our findings. If you feel any of the information is inaccurate, please contact us and we will review the information provided.