T5 Black Fat Burner is one of a long line of different products that are being sold by Desirable Body under the Re:Active brand. This particular product is marketed as being able to help a dieter to be able to encourage his or her body to burn fat more quickly than would be possible with diet and exercise alone. This is a very common claim in nonprescription diet pills, so it is important to have a closer look into this product to ensure that it is, indeed, able to live up to its claims and that it does not fall into a massive and growing category of pills that make big promises but do not actually keep them.
Desirable Body claims that there are many different ways in which this product can help a dieter to be able to lose weight. The official sales page claims that this product helps to bring the body into “fat burning mode” so that weight loss will occur as rapidly as possible. However, it also claims that it will provide an energy boost, so that it will be easier for the dieter to keep up with his or her day, as well as power through any workout that is a part of his or her dieting program. Moreover, this pill is also supposed to help you to feel fuller during meals because it should decrease the appetite.
To see whether or not the Re:Active T5 Black Fat Burner has the potential to provide all of these benefits, the ingredients must be considered. The substances that make up the formula include: caffeine 250 mg, L-tyrosine 140 mg, naringin 50 mg, L-tryptophan 35mg, citrus aurantium 30mg, green tea 4:1 extract 30mg, and pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6) 1.4mg
While there are some promising ingredients within this formula, such as caffeine and L-tryptophan, red flags start to raise when seeing some of the other substances that make up these pills. For example, the inclusion of citrus aurantium is disappointing, particularly when it is added on top of the caffeine. This can be problematic for many people as it could lead them to experience unpleasant side effects from having taken such strong levels of stimulants. Moreover, the FDA has released a warning about the use of ingredients such as citrus aurantium and others containing synephrine, as it is known to lead to some quite powerful side effects and adverse reactions.
Another problem is in the use of green tea as an ingredient. The reason, in this case, is that a good and proven ingredient has been used, but in a fraction of the quantity in which it was used in the studies that showed it to be effective.