Supplement Review: Nitro Brand Fatburners
Where fatburners fit
OK, so I tried this stuff and it works. Which is unusual, in my experience. Where does a fatburner fit into the overall fitness picture? First of all, you can't use it as a crutch. If you consume the typical high-calorie American diet and just take fatburners to counteract that, you are going to be disappointed.
Fatburners help you make step changes in your body fat level. They do not "cure" obesity, make up for a lack of discipline, or serve as a free pass for poor nutritional practices. They simply boost your fatburning ability for a set period. Think of them as a temporary booster to your normal program.
How to use fatburners
You have to cycle on and off of these. By that, I don't mean use a different brand every month. I mean buy one unit of fatburner (my recommendation is to do the day/night combo, as I did) supplementation. Use that until it's gone. Then, take a month off. Don't keep using fatburners. If you do, your body will adjust to them and you will then have to take increasingly larger quantities to have a fatburning effect and doing that just isn't sensible.
Another thing that comes into play is the fatburner
floor. I explain more about that, down below. This concept is important to
understand, or you won't get the desired results.
Remember, fatburners use stimulants to do their work. Most of these contain caffeine, for example. Do not take fatburners if you are on any medications that work as depressants (which are the opposite of stimulants). Because if you do, you will have different things fighting for control of your nervous system.
If you feel jittery while using these, just stop taking them. Then, keep a diary for a couple of days to see what else you are putting into your system. For example, if you are taking prescription anti-depressants, you are getting stimulation. If you drink coffee (even decaff, which, by the way, contains so much formaldehyde that it kills garden plants), you are getting stimulation. Taking a decongestant? Same thing. You can pump only so much of this stuff into your body. Once you adjust your intake to allow for the fatburners, try them again.
If you have any serious health problems, print out the
product page and take that along with your prescription to a pharmacist for
advice. Then, pay attention to how you feel. It's very likely the fatburner
will help you with your condition, because obesity is a complicating factor
for any health condition. But, you must be aware of possible interactions
The fatburner floor
In my test, I kept to my normal routine. This means the supplements--between stifling my appetite and causing me to burn more calories--resulted in enough of a calorie deficit for me to drop my bodyfat.
When I ran out of the supplements, I stopped using them. And my bodyfat stayed at 5% for about 8 months. My normal routine is "maintenance," and the fatburners simply dropped me to a new level to maintain.
But, the body always wants to retain fat. Therefore, after a month of fatburner use, my body was about ready to reverse the process. But, now with the fatburners no longer causing fat loss, my body is not going to respond with corrective measures. So, I have a permanent fat loss as long as I stay with my normal routine and don't add calories.
I can repeat this process, and my body will once again tolerate the fat loss until it decides to start corrective measures. But, I will be off the supplements before then and the correction won't occur.
This fat loss floor means once you drop to a certain level, you must stop the drop--and wait. It's sort of like decompression for divers coming back up from the depths.
Getting results from a fatburner, summary
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