Plant-Based Vanilla and Chocolate Protein Powder

Blend of Pea, Brown Rice, Mung Bean and Fava Bean Tomate Sugar Stevia leaf extract
Broccoli Garlic
Açai Broccoli Sprout Kale
Acerola Camu Camu Mangosteen
Blackberry  Carrot Maltodextrin
Bilberry Cinnamon Onion
Brussels Chokeberry Oregano
Blueberry Coffee Quercetin
Basil Elderberry Raspberry
Blackcurrant Green Tea Sweet Cherry
Spinach Silicon Dioxide Turmeric




Vitamin B6 Hordenine  N-Isopropylnorsynephrine
Vitamin B9 N-Methyltyramine Lean Gamma-Butyrobetaine
Vitamin B12 N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine Bioeperine Black Pepper Fruit Extract
Beta Phenylethylamine N-Phenethyl Dimethylamine Rauwoslscine
Caffeine White Kidney Bean Huperzine A 1% Leaf-Extract
Cayenne Pepper Paradoxine


Black Pepper Extract

The same ingredient that makes you sneeze can also help you burn fat. Researchers from Sejong University found that piperine can prevent the body from forming new fat cells. They also suggested that the compound could serve as a natural treatment for obesity.

Black pepper extract has an extensive history as a health and wellness product. Traditional Eastern medicine incorporated it into treatments for diarrhea, cholera, and stomachaches. These additional benefits make black pepper an easy and attractive ingredient to add to your daily diet.

Cayenne Pepper

A touch of spice might be all you need for long-lasting appetite suppression and consistent fat burning. A study from the National Institutes of Health and the McCormick Spice Company found that cayenne pepper can curb consumers' appetites and burn calories. Researchers in the study discovered that cayenne pepper was even more effective in people who don't usually eat spicy foods.


Caffeine deserves a place in your weight loss program. The compound can reduce hunger pangs while suppressing your appetite. Caffeine also stimulates thermogenesis, enabling your body to burn fat for energy.

While caffeine won't replace diet and exercise, it can give you the edge you need to stop overeating and exercise more. If you are sensitive to stimulants, you may want to consider a stimulant-free fat burner.

As long as you use fat burners as prescribed, you shouldn't experience any side effects. The best fat burners use natural ingredients that work with your body, not against it. For example, ingredients like cayenne pepper doesn’t contain synthetic compounds that can cause adverse reactions.

Fat burners aren't magic bullets. Even though the pills may help your body burn fat, it's not enough to continuously lose weight. You need to commit to a healthy diet, good night sleep and regular exercise too.

Taking fat burner, eating right, and exercising are three pillars for weight loss. If you don't have one of those pillars, losing weight may become more challenging. Make sure you have the balance you need to maximize your fat-burning potential.