ThermoFuel V9 for Women - 120 Vegetable Capsules
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ThermoFuel V9 for Women - 120 Vegetable Capsules Description
THERMOFUEL V9 CLINICAL STRENGTH THERMOGENIC FOR HER!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- Supports fat metabolism
- Supports improved thermogenesis
- Supports appetite reduction
- Supports increased energy
- Supports improved mental focus and alertness
NutraBio Labs has a "No Compromise" commitment to producing the purest, cleanest, and most effective supplements on the market. All of our products are manufactured in-house in our FDA-inspected, GMP certified facility in New Jersey. NutraBio only uses the most superior ingredients and all ingredients are tested by us and a third party lab to ensure 99.98% purity or greater. Our products all include fully transparent labels featuring clinical doses of the highest quality ingredients available. To ensure our customers of our commitment to product quality, we launched a new website Checkmysupps.com which allows our consumers access to independent 3rd-party lab test results of all our products.
ThermoFuel V9 for Women - 120 Vegetable Capsules Supplement Facts Panel, Label Image, and Suggested Use
Ingredients may change from time to time as we update our products. Please check the label on the bottle.
Suggested Use: To assess your tolerance, take one capsule with 8 oz. of water once per day. Once your tolerance has been assessed, take 2 capsules 2 times daily 30-60 minutes before meals. For best results use for 8 weeks in conjunction with a calorie-reduced diet and regular exercise. Consume 8-10 glasses of water daily. Do not snack between meals. If you are sensitive to caffeine, do not take within 5 hours of bedtime.
WARNING: NOT FOR USE BY PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18. Do not use if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Consult your physician prior to use if you have any medical condition, including but not limited to high blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, myocardial infarction, stroke, diabetes, hypoglycemia or heart, liver, kidney or thyroid disease, or if you are taking medication, including but not limited to MAO inhibitors. Discontinue use and immediately consult your physician if you experience any adverse reactions including but not limited to rapid heartbeat, dizziness, severe headaches or shortness of breath. Do not consume synephrine, caffeine or thyroid-boosting compounds from other sources, including but not limited to, coffee, tea, soda and other dietary supplements or medications containing phenylephrine or caffeine or any stimulants whatsoever. Never exceed the recommended maximum dosage. Do not use this product for longer than 2 months. Contains caffeine. KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
ThermoFuel V9 for Women - 120 Vegetable Capsules Dietary Restriction Information
|ThermoFuel V9 for Women - 120 Vegetable Capsules is...|
|Kosher||X||This nutritional supplement is not Kosher.|
|Vegetarian||Does not contain animal or dairy products.|
|Hypoallergenic||Designed to lessen the chances of an allergic reaction.|
|Gluten Free||Does not contain gluten. Suitable for individuals on a gluten free diet.|
|Non-GMO||Does not contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs).|
|Filler Free||Absolutely no fillers.|
|Excipient Free||Absolutely no excipients or chemical additives.|
|BSE/TSE Free||Free of Bovine Spongiform Ecephalopathy (BSE) and Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE).|
|GMP||Manufactured in the United States in NutraBio's FDA registered and inspected facility to meet FDA 21 CFR Part 111 c-GMP regulations.|
|Full Label Disclosure||Full label disclosure guaranteed!. Every ingredient in this product is declared on the label. In addition, the exact quantity of each active ingredient is declared on the label. No ingredients are hidden in proprietary blends, so you know exactly what's in the product.|
We guarantee our supplements to be the freshest and purest: Our powders and capsules contain only pure active ingredient with absolutely no additives. Other manufacturers, in an effort to keep costs down, dilute their products with cheap fillers and add chemical excipients to their products to speed up their manufacturing output. These practices cheat you out of the active ingredient. At NutraBio, we've perfected our manufacturing technology so that excipients aren't needed, that means no microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silica or other fillers, just 100% pure active ingredient. NutraBio supplements are manufactured under the strictest standards producing the highest quality and purest supplements available anywhere. Our raw ingredients undergo state of the art HPLC analysis to insure zero tolerance for impurities and we manufacture our products every 2 weeks.
Customer Reviews of This Item
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