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Fat Loss

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Fat Loss

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GET YOUR BODY BACK. Fit into your favorite jeans and have confidence when you look in the mirror.

A Fat Loss formula that actually works.

  • physician-formulated to help you burn fat and keep it off*
  • help boost your metabolism*
  • help suppress your appetite*
  • help increase your energy*
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We use trial-proven ingredients at clinically-backed doses that produce measurable results. We never hide behind prop blends or label loopholes.

Apple Cider Vinegar


Apple Cider Vinegar has been used as a health supplement for thousands of years. An organic compound named acetic acid, also known as ethanoic acid, is the main active component in Apple Cider Vinegar.

The acetic acid in Apple Cider Vinegar supports fat loss via multiple mechanisms:

Improves metabolism 1
Reduces fat storage 2,3
Burns fat 4
Suppresses appetite 5

Other studies suggest that Apple Cider Vinegar also promotes fullness, which in turn can decrease caloric intake. Additionally, research shows that Apple Cider Vinegar slows the rate at which food leaves your stomach. This improves fullness, and helps to lowers blood sugar and insulin levels.6,7,8

Timed-Release Caffeine


Caffeine is a thermogenic that boosts your metabolism, increases fat burning, and reduces appetite.9

Thermogenic literally means heat-producing. When your body burns calories, it generates heat. Therefore, supplements that boost your metabolism and increase fat burning are known as thermogenics.

Caffeine works by increasing the release of neurotransmitters in the bloodstream. The release of some neurotransmitters make you feel more awake and energized, while the release of others stimulates the nervous system. Specifically, caffeine causes neurotransmitters to travel through your blood to the fat tissues, signaling them to break down fats and release them into your bloodstream where they can be used for energy.10,11,12

Since caffeine makes you feel more awake and energized, studies show that it may improve exercise performance by 11–12%.13,14

Additionally, it should be noted that the rate you burn calories while resting is known as your resting metabolic rate (RMR). The higher your metabolic rate, the easier it is for you to lose weight, and the more you can eat without gaining weight. Studies show that caffeine can increase your RMR by 3–11%. Interestingly, most of the increase in metabolism is caused by an increase in fat burning.15,16,17

EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate)


EGCG is a plant-based compound known as a catechin. EGCG and other related catechins can boost your metabolism, and act as potent antioxidants that may protect against cellular damage caused by free radicals. EGCG happens to be the most researched and potent catechin.18

EGCG can be found in many natural foods, and it is the major active compound found in green tea. Green tea, of course, is known for its weight loss properties because it contains two thermogenic compounds: caffeine and EGCG. As noted above, caffeine stimulates the release of adrenaline, which boosts metabolism and increases fat burning. EGCG enhances these effects by slowing the breakdown of adrenaline so that its impact is amplified.19,20,21

Interestingly, research has found that caffeinated green tea supplements can increase metabolism by roughly 4%, and boost fat burning by 16% for 24 hours after ingestion. Additionally, studies show that EGCG increases fat oxidation during fasted states, resting states, and during exercise. Further, long term use of EGCG can change how fat metabolism genes work and result in an increase in fat metabolism and the lowering of fat storage genes in the liver.22,23

5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan)


5-HTP helps encourage weight loss because it is an excellent appetite suppressant. Specifically, weight loss can increase the production of hormones that make you feel hungry. 5-HTP counteracts these hunger-inducing hormones. This will help you lose weight in the short term, and it will help you maintain your weight loss in the long term.24,25,26,27

In addition, 5-HTP inhibits the intake of calories from carbohydrates, which is associated with better blood sugar control. Better blood sugar control helps maintain ideal body composition.28

5-HTP is an amino acid that your body naturally produces, which in turn produces serotonin, a chemical messenger that sends signals between your nerve cells. It is important to ensure our bodies have the proper levels of 5-HTP as low serotonin levels are associated with weight gain and other health problems.29,30

Vitamin B6


Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin that your body needs for optimal health and for several bodily functions. It’s significant to the creation of critical hormones, such as the thyroid hormone, red blood cells and neurotransmitters. It is also plays an important role in protein, fatty acid, and carbohydrate metabolism. Since, Vitamin B6 improves the efficiency of carbohydrate metabolism, it helps maintain lean body composition.31,32

Unfortunately, your body cannot produce vitamin B6 on its own, so it is essential that you consume adequately from food or supplements.



The antioxidant Fucoxanthin is a natural substance and a member of the carotenoid family. It is found in some types of seaweed, such as wakame. Fucoxanthin is excellent for weight loss for numerous reasons.

To start with, fucoxanthin speeds up your resting metabolism by upregulating the unique protein UCP1. Your resting metabolism is what you normally burn while doing minimal physical activity. This means that fucoxanthin can help with weight loss even when you are not exercising.33

Next, fucoxanthin inhibits the formation of new fat cells, and it inhibits fat accumulation in those cells. Studies actually show that fucoxanthin can inhibit the buildup of abdominal fat, and can reduce the buildup of fat in the liver.34

Additionally, research suggests fucoxanthin is an excellent appetite suppressor since it affects the body’s levels of leptin, a hormone essential to hunger control.35

Finally, in a recent study, the use of fucoxanthin for weight loss was also associated with an improved lipid plasma profile.36

suggested use


Take (1) capsule of FAT LOSS twice daily. Since FAT LOSS contains patented timed-release caffeine, we suggest you do not take it within 6 hours of bedtime.

when to take it

in the morning: Take FAT LOSS in the morning when you first wake up. FAT LOSS can be taken with food or on an empty stomach. beginning of the afternoon: Take FAT LOSS around 1-2 pm. Again FAT LOSS can be taken after lunch or on an empty stomach.


Take 1 capsule twice a day.

Take 1 capsule twice a day.

The patented extended-release technology microencapsulates the caffeine molecules. When the caffeine is consumed, the microencapsulation around the molecules dissolves in your system at different rates.

The patented extended-release technology microencapsulates the caffeine molecules. When the caffeine is consumed, the microencapsulation around the molecules dissolves in your system at different rates.

Yes. You can take this on an empty stomach or with food.

Yes. You can take this on an empty stomach or with food.

Yes! You can certainly stack Fat Loss with other products based on your personal goals.

Yes! You can certainly stack Fat Loss with other products based on your personal goals.

Yes. Fat Loss is produced in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), state of the art facility to ensure quality and your safety.

Moreover, the facility manufacturing Fat Loss is independently inspected and registered GMP by NSF International. This means the facility has agreed to follow the strictest standards in the manufacturing business.

Yes. Fat Loss is produced in a GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice), state of the art facility to ensure quality and your safety.

Moreover, the facility manufacturing Fat Loss is independently inspected and registered GMP by NSF International. This means the facility has agreed to follow the strictest standards in the manufacturing business.

Customer Reviews

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Theresa Rohrman
Great product

Since I’ve been using it, I’ve been able to keep my fat percentage on the lowest end of the range for my age.

Ryan Ferrier
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Mr Christopher Griffin
Great all day energy

Just started my first bottle
Starting to kick in really good

Kristine Barra
Increased Energy

I’m loving the increased energy that I feel on this product. I have noticed a significant decrease in wanting sugary things and have noticed better brain focus as well


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