LeanFire XT Reviews

Wish you could incinerate fat, improve your endurance and amplify your focus and clarity? These are the benefits advertised for Force Factor’s OTC diet pill LeanFireXT.

The manufacturer behind this product claims that LeanFireXT goes beyond standard fat burners on the market. Beyond just burning fat, supercharging energy, boosting endurance and enhancing focus and clarity, it also helps you “achieve jaw-dropping body-sculpting results,” thanks to Verilean, which it claims is a “potent weight loss ingredient.”

That said, can it deliver on these benefits? A closer look at Verilean and the other ingredients in the formula should help to shed a little light on the truth.

LeanFire XT Supplement Facts – A Look at the Formula

When this LeanFire XT review was written, the ingredients in the formula were part of a Peak Thermovigilance Triplex, which included:

Fat Incineration Weight Loss Blend:

  • Verilean Green Coffee Bean Extract
  • Green Tea Leaf
  • L-Carnitine
  • Cayenne Pepper Powder
  • BioPerine Black Pepper

Metabolic Mind Matrix:

  • L-Theanine
  • Caffeine Anhydrous

Pure Energy Complex:

  • TeaCrine Theacrine
  • DMAE
  • Bitartrate
  • Yohimbe HCl

LeanFire XT contains several stimulants, including caffeine (150 mg) as well as green coffee bean, green tea (both of which contain caffeine) and yohimbe HCl.  As such, this diet pill is likely to affect the central nervous system and may enhance mental alertness and boost metabolism.

The Truth about Verilean

Verilean is a trademarked version of green coffee bean. According to Force Factor, the non-placebo group of participants who took part in a 60-day randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study of African green coffee bean extract, lost an average of 10.95 pounds. Additionally, the manufacturer also states that Verilean helps reduce BMI, and ensures the burning of more fat relative to muscle as part of the body’s transformation.

That said, while some clinical research says that there is evidence green coffee bean may promote weight loss, the effects are small and the clinical relevance of this effect remains uncertain. More rigorous testing with longer duration is needed to truly understand the safety and efficacy of this ingredient for weight loss.

When all is said and done, there is a chance that taking LeanFire XT could provide an energy boost and help to increase mental focus. That said, it’s claims that it is better than the average nonprescription fat burner isn’t based on fact and the addition of Verilean doesn’t make it any more impressive either, since this isn’t exactly a proven ingredient. Therefore, the claims Force Factor has made about it are unsubstantiated.

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