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Common Side Effects of Fat Burning Pills

Updated on August 30, 2017

You might have come across a new trend of fighting obesity without any dieting or exercising. This can be done by consuming Fat Burners. Fat burners refer to a product that was made to assist people in burning their calories or reducing weight without dieting or exercising. Since it is possible for an average individual to get access to the fat burner supplements, so it is now produced using all natural ingredients. The product is made from vitamins and natural compounds that help in speeding the metabolic rate that will consequently assist in burning calories and reduce weight.

Who Take Fat Burners?

Fat burners are popular among those individuals who looks for desperate ways to lose weight instantly. However, losing weight quickly can account for many health problems. For years, there has been a quest to reduce weight faster without exercising. Fat burners are the latest invention to reduce weight faster.

The term fat burner supplements are used as a quick fix for weight issues. While you may have heard many celebrities and known people raving about the effectiveness and results of fat burners, it’s important to analyze the product before consumption.

Fat burners are the latest invention to reduce weight faster.

Fat Burners Side Effects

Fat burners may offer quick results but there are also some adverse effects associated with the supplement. Though, the side effects of fat burners are not life threating if taken in a moderate manner. But if someone is looking for an instant weight reduction technique and consume fat burner for instant weight loss purpose then the prolong use can result in one or many of the following medical issues:

• The use of fat burners can result in high blood pressure.

• In some people, it also results in an irregular heartbeat or palpitation.

• Due to the intake of fat burning supplements, some people have reported issues such as insomnia or hyperhidrosis.

• In extreme cases, a person may even get a stroke that can be life threatening.

• Due to the consumption of fat burners, some people may report issues such as a headache, dizziness or constipation.

• It may also result in seeing flashes and having confusion state.

In consuming such fat burning pills, there are reportedly many issues that can affect the health of an individual. These pills contain fat blockers that has the tendency to put the health at risk. Particularly, it can intervene the medications for birth control and estrogen supplements. Another side effect of fat burning pills is that it promotes undernourishment due to the blocking of absorption of fat-soluble vitamins.

Types of Fat Burners

The fat burning pills are found in variety of forms. The fat burning supplements are made up of herbal, organic or all natural ingredients. However, some of the fat burners contain fillers. These fillers can be harmful (while some are harmless) for the health.

Some products have found ephedra that increases the risk of side effects. Out of many side effects of ephera some common side effects include the risk of stroke, heart palpitation, tremors or psychiatric impacts.


Fat burners may offer quick results but there are also some adverse effects associated with the supplement.

Fat Burning Pills vs Body Re-composition

However, one should focus on body re-composition instead of only losing fats. Body re-composition or body re-comp is basically an intensive way to loose weight fast while building muscle mass. It requires high protein intake to gain muscle mass.This fat burning strategy of transforming from being fat to lean while maintaining muscle mass is known as body recomposition.

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