Thermo Quake is a fat burner weight loss supplement, described as extreme and with a cutting edge formula. Containing 7 effective slimming ingredients in precise high doses, it works to support your goals. However, is this extreme fat burner safe to take? We investigate to find out!
Elite Health is a British company that appears to be based in London. They claim to be setting the standard for male health, but many of their supplements are also suitable for women.
Thermo Quake is a supplement that is supposed to cause fat burning and make weight loss easier. Each bottle contains 60 capsules which are two month’s supply, and it is only available to buy from the Elite Health website. Elite Health is a British company based in London.
Although at first glance this supplement looks to be a fairly ordinary fat burning product, it contains a potentially dangerous ingredient called Norvaline, which is linked to causing brain damage. In addition, there is no information regarding the ingredient quantities and as many of these are stimulants, side effects are likely. There is a money-back guarantee advertised, but whether Elite Health will really give you your money back as claimed is impossible to say.
Thermo Quake is likely to cause side effects.
The most serious is the risk of future brain cell damage and neurological damage caused by non-protein amino acid Norvaline, even when taken in low concentrations.
Most of the other side effects relate to stimulants and include increased heart rate, palpitations, raised blood pressure levels, tremors, jitteriness, insomnia, mood swings, and irritability.
Other side effects may include nausea, vomiting, headaches, fatigue, heartburn, and stomach pains.
Although B3 is a vitamin we all need, at high levels, it can cause facial flushing, skin irritation, burning sensation, and skin redness.
Taking tyrosine in high amounts can increase thyroxine – a thyroid hormone. This can cause adverse effects such as hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid).
Thermo Quake is not expensive. It is available only from the official Elite Health website where it costs £18.99 for 60 capsules (2 month’s supply). You can make savings on larger orders and shipping is free on orders over £30.00. You can pay via PayPal or credit/debit card. International shipping does not seem available.
Thermo Quake is a fat burner weight loss supplement, described as extreme and with a cutting edge formula. To reinforce this message, the bottle is in black and red with the words Thermo Quake standing out very clearly in capitals. If you could really judge a product by the packaging, this one looks strong and potentially dangerous!
The advertising claims there are seven ingredients, although the product information is confusing because it actually mentions more than seven! These are green tea extract, caffeine, guarana, capsicum extract, L Carnitine, and other amino acids, L Tyrosine, and the stimulant synephrine as Citrus Aurantium.
Also mentioned are L arginine, Niacin (vitamin B3), Norvaline, and Vanadyl Sulfate. Check out the ingredients tab to find out more. This lack of consistent information seemed very confusing, so at this point we looked for the ingredients label to get some clarity on this, but this is not available for the customer to see.
Despite searching online for an ingredients list or at least an image of the supplement label, we were unable to find this basic information.
Elite Health is a supplements company based in Hoxton, London. Supplements are aimed more at men than women but are not especially aimed at the bodybuilder market. There are general weight loss products such as Garcinia supplement, and supplements to improve men’s health such as a testosterone booster called Elite Testo.
There is a customer phone line 020 8895 6604 and an address is provided; 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU, but although the website advises that you can contact Elite Health via live chat anytime, the website does not have this function.
According to the product information,
“Thermo Quake is an effective fat burner for men and women that is designed to increase your energy and help you shred your hard to shift fat.
Thermo Quake incorporates only the highest quality, researched backed ingredients within this pioneering formula.”
The key benefits:
This is confusing because the advertising names more than seven ingredients, and the vitamins and minerals content is not even mentioned.
A simple label would have cleared up all this confusion, but Elite Health has chosen to hide this basic information.
One thing which does look impressive is the advertised 365-day money-back guarantee!
It is impossible to know whether Thermo Quake will work as described or not without a full ingredients list. Some of the listed ingredients may have an effect on fat burning, but we do not advise anyone to try because there is a major additional concern.
This supplement contains unknown quantities of an amino acid called Norvaline, and although the makers claim this is effective for weight loss and endurance; recent research has linked it with causing brain cell damage.
The problem with Norvaline is that this non-protein amino acid is not usually ingested by humans, and although it might initially allow cells to produce more energy, it is toxic to humans. The study, published in Toxicology in Vitro, showed that even at relatively low concentrations, the amino acid L-Norvaline could make cells unhealthy and eventually kill them.
With this concern, the supposed weight loss effects of this supplement seem insignificant.
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There is no proper label, so the information here is only for general interest rather than what this supplement is likely to do!
Serving size is equal to one capsule:
Thermo Quake may cause side effects.
Of most concern is the Norvaline content, which recent evidence suggests is linked to causing brain damage and neurodegenerative diseases if taken even in low quantities. Obviously, this effect will not be noticed during use.
Synephrine is a powerful stimulant linked with causing an increased risk of stroke and heart attack. Potential side effects to stimulants include:
Other side effects may include:
Although B3 is a vitamin we all need, at higher servings than the RDA of 33mg it can cause:
Taking tyrosine can increase thyroxine – a thyroid hormone which can have adverse effects such as hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid).
There are no independent customer reviews for Thermo Quake.
According to the advertising, Elite Health offers a 365 Day money-back guarantee on all supplements. There are no terms and conditions provided, but you are told to contact [email protected] for return requests.
Thermo Quake only seems to be available to buy directly from the Elite Health website.
We do not rate Thermo Quake at all and advise you to avoid this supplement. The product information is inadequate and with no information to tell you about the full ingredients list or the quantities used, it looks pretty dangerous.
Thermo Quake contains a range of commonly used diet pill ingredients in unknown quantities, so you will have no idea just how this supplement will affect you. And although the advertising states that it contains 7 ingredients in precise doses, this is not even true. How can you trust a company that makes such a basic error! Thermo Quake contains more than 7 ingredients and the customer has no idea of the serving size, precise, or otherwise.
Although we say this supplement contains commonly used diet pill ingredients, there are a couple of weird and unusual additions such as Norvaline. This amino acid is known to the body builder’s world but is not very popular. This is just as well because it is linked to causing brain damage, so is just not worth the risk.
Overall, we think that Thermo Quake is a terrible supplement that was actually worse than we initially thought. The best thing to know about Thermo Quake is to avoid it. We do not recommend Elite Health Thermo Quake to the Watchdog readers.
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