Every once in a while, I come across a diet pill that sells exclusively in the UK. And yes, retailers would make more in the US. But despite its small size, the UK is the second largest market for diet pills in the world! So it’s quite the feat to really be the “UK’s bet selling online fat burner.” Actually, I highly doubt that Forza T5 is. But it’s all about advertising. So what about the formula?
How Does Forza T5 Work?
Forza T5 uses a blend that’s pretty predictable. It has all of the most common ingredients like synephrine and caffeine. And I’m not saying that common is necessarily all bad. Synephrine has some pretty great potential, and caffeine is used in just about every diet pill partly because it works. And I’ve recommended quite a few products that use synephrine and caffeine. But if you haven’t noticed, those products also use other clinically proven ingredients! Forza T5 does not.
But even without a proprietary blend, Forza T5 has amounts that are so small that Forza T5 is guaranteed not to help you to lose weight. Forza T5 lists the amounts of each and every ingredient. But with only half the clinically proven amounts of each, the only thing that Forza T5 is going to cause is problems. If this is really the #1 selling diet pill in the UK, I feel bad for all of those dieters.
Caffeine – Caffeine can be a powerful and effective thermogenic fat burner that also increases natural energy levels. But it can also cause side effects, and caffeine does not burn fat without at least 400mg.
Synoprene – Bad spelling. But I assume this is supposed to be synephrine, which can be pretty powerful, even as effective as ephedrine and safer at the same time. And while caffeine requires at least 400mg, synephrine only requires 250mg. But obviously, the 50mg actually in Forza T5 does not quite match up.
L-tyrosene – Again, bad spelling. But I assume that this is supposed to be l-tyrosine, a healthy amino acid that can help you to build more muscle. But this requires certain amounts, and it’s not a weight loss ingredient on its own. It’s better when combined with something else that is more powerful.
Bitter orange – Bitter orange is another name for synephrine. Yes, Forza T5 did just name the same ingredient twice. Again, this works if you use at least 250mg. But Forza T5 only uses 150mg bitter orange. Even if you combined that with the “synoprene”, you still only get 200mg, not 250mg.
Forza T5 Side Effects
Forza T5 side effects include headaches, jitteriness, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, indigestion, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, facial flushing, insomnia, headache, drowsiness, dry mouth, and an elevated heartbeat.