T5 Extreme Fat Burner with the new enhanced formula. T5 Extreme Fat Burner is one of the most popular ECA fat burner. This T5 Extreme Fatburner preparation is enough energy to satisfy even the most stressful day to survive. Taking T5 Extreme Fat Burner is the best way to take the phenylethylamine alkaloid ephedrine to be. The addition of caffeine, aspirin and this ephedrine alkaloid is even more effective in its action. This T5 Extreme fatburner product is used for weight loss. There is a better feel than in the preparation clenbuterol and is therefore often used in place of clenbuterol. Since caffeine and aspirin are added to the alkaloid ephedrine, a better effect is achieved.
T5 Extreme advantages & benefits:
T5 Extreme gives the body more power and energy
T5 Extreme is the most effectively weight loss product
T5 Extreme burns fat continuously
T5 Extreme with ephedrine hcl
High metabolism through T5 Extreme
T5 Extreme ingredients & effects:
One Fatburner capsule of T5 Extreme contains
40 mg of ephedra (Ephedrin HCL), 250 mg caffeine, 150 mg aspirin and 5 mg BioPerine (Black Pepper Extract).
Ephedrine speeds up the heart rate, thereby enhancing the metabolism and brings you into a sweat. T5 Fat Burner stimulate the body and thus facilitate the daily training. It applies more pressure and thus consumes more calories and body fat are rapidly burned. During training, you feel more alert and it simply has more energy.
T5 Extreme dosage & administration:
Want T5 Extreme Fat Burner used as an energizer for an extra boost of energy or as a supplement for the pre workout, then a dosage of 1 to 2 capsules approximately 30 minutes before training is advisable. If the fat loss be the desired effect of T5 Extreme, then take one Fatburner capsule at breakfast. If well tolerated, another capsule can be taken at lunch.
T5 Extreme ingredients / facts:
40 mg Ephedrin / 250 mg Caffeine / 150 mg Aspirin / 5 mg BioPerine (Black Pepper Extract) Other Ingredients of T5 Zion Labs Fat Burner: Gelatin, magnesium stearate.
*% RDA = percentage of recommended daily intake (based on a daily requirement of 2000 calories)