No other fat burner comes
close to helping you achieve
the shape you desire.
Green Coffee Bean Extract
Conjugated Linoleic Acid
T5 Ultimate is the ultimate powerful fat burner! No other fat burner even comes close to helping you get the shape you desire. A HUGE 1750mg of ACTIVE ingredients.
A massive fourteen amazing ingredients combine with a mind-blowing 1750mg of ACTIVE fat busting effectiveness. There is simply no better legal fat burner. Do your research and add the ACTIVE milligrams from other products and you will see nothing else comes close. There are NO FILLERS in this product, just 100% fat burning POWER.
T5 Ultimate tones and tightens your body by targeting fat cells and obliterating them. It also super charges your energy levels and enhances your mental focus so you burn fat faster than ever before. Combined with a calorie controlled diet and exercise plan the potential is magnified to unprecedented levels.
Check out the super effective ingredients
Garcinia Cambogia (Garcinia Cambogia Edition)
Garcinia Cambogia is a plant that bears small fruits. These fruits contain large amounts of hydroxycitric acids (HCAs), which are a citric acids. HCA is an effective appetite suppressor due to increased bioavailability of serotonin. It has been proven this miraculous fruit can cause healthy weight loss and combined with other ingredients in T5 Ultimate such as Potassium, the synergistic effect is very powerful.1,2
Raspberry Ketones (Raspberry Ketones Edition)
Just like Garcinia Cambogia, Raspberry Ketones have taken the slimming world by storm. Raspberry Ketones increase lipolysis (breakdown of fat). They also makes fat cells release more of the hormone adiponectin, which regulates metabolism and blood sugar levels3. Studies have shown that people with low adiponectin levels are at a higher risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver and even heart disease.4,5 Exercise, caffeine (Trimethylxanthine) and raspberry ketones all work synergistically to raise levels of adiponectin.
Pure caffeine. Boosts metabolism by up to 3-11%.6,7 A faster metabolism will burn fat more easily. It has also been found to increase alertness, concentration, memory retention and physical endurance, all super important factors in the fight against fat.
Green Coffee Bean Extract
Chlorogenic Acid is the main active ingredient in green coffee beans. It is the substance that produces the weight loss effects.8 It can reduce the absorption of carbohydrates from the digestive tract, which lowers blood sugar and insulin spikes.9,10 Chlorogenic acid can reduce body weight, reduce fat absorbed from the diet, reduce fat stored in the liver and improve the function of the fat burning hormone adiponectin.11,12 Over a 12 week period, Green Coffee Bean Extract has been PROVEN to reduce body weight and body fat percentage.13,14
A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows Green Tea activates the body’s thermogenic fat burning activity.15 Green Tea works synergistically with Trimethylxanthine (caffeine) to increase the body’s ability to use calories for energy.16 The main ingredient in Green Tea to facilitate this fat burring is EGCG (epigallocatechin-3-gallate), this combined with Trimethylxanthine increases the resting metabolic rate, which means you burn more calories when resting.17 And more good news, scientific studies in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition proves absorption of polyphenols is increased when Green Tea Extract is used in supplement capsule form.18 As well as the fat burning power of Green Tea, it is packed with antioxidants and supports a healthy immune system.
Hot pepper and very spicy foods are thermogenic and can raise the metabolic rate, meaning you burn more energy. Studies show that cayenne can increase the metabolic rate by as much as 20%.19 Helping the body get rid of excess fats. The active substance in Cayenne pepper known as capsaicin, has also been shown to reduce hunger.20 Even weight conscious stars like Beyoncé took Cayenne to get in shape for her film Dreamgirls. T5 Ultimate contains 200mg of cayenne for super fat burning power.
Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)
CLA (Omega-6 fatty acids) is commonly found in foods such as lamb, butter, beef, pork and cheese. All tasty foods on occasion, however, they contain a lot of saturated (bad) fats, so too much won’t help you lose body fat. In T5 Ultimate we have isolated the CLA, so you get the full benefit of fat loss without consuming the fat! CLA cannot be produced by the human body so must be consumed via food and food supplements. It increases the metabolic rate, lowers insulin resistance, lowers bad cholesterol and triglycerides (bad fat) and enhances the immune system. 21
L-Theanine is an amino acid which is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. Theanine has psychoactive properties.22 Theanine has undergone studies for it’s ability to reduce mental and physical stress23, improve cognition24 and boost mood in a synergistic manner with caffeine.25,26 Theanine increases brain dopamine levels and exhibits neuroprotective effects. It also promotes alpha wave activity in the brain.27
Most of the Western world does not get enough Potassium in their diet. Potassium is essential for a healthy functioning heart and lower cholesterol. It plays a role in converting food to energy and assists in building your muscles, which are fat burning furnaces. With just a little more muscle on your body, you will still burn fat even when you’re resting after exercise. Win win!
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Vitamin B5 helps weight loss by inducing the breakdown of fats, and increases fat metabolism. It also breaks down carbohydrates and uses them as fuel so less likely to be stored as fat.
Phenylalanine suppress appetite by stimulating the production of appetite-suppressing hormone, cholecystokinin. It tells the digestion to slow down and sends signals to brain that you are full.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
This vitamin is not stored in the body, so it’s essential you get it from your diet. It plays a role in breaking down carbohydrates for energy. We all know what happens when you don’t break down enough carbs for energy. Yes, it gets stored as fat.
Again in the Western world, especially the US, Iron deficiency is very common. It’s role in the body is help carries oxygen in your blood to your cells, enabling you to carry out everyday tasks from walking to lifting weights. People who are iron deficient can get tired quite easily. Iron is great for beating tiredness and keeping you on track with your weight loss goals.
Chromium is a mineral important to human nutrition. It has been successful in reducing total body weight and body fat percentage by keeping insulin levels low.28 Insulin is a hormone that coverts glucose in the blood stream to fat, low levels of insulin helps breakdown fat in the body. In a scientifically proven study individuals taking chromium experienced significantly greater weight loss than those not taking chromium, over 2-½ pounds versus about ¼ pound. Interestingly, individuals taking chromium actually gained lean body mass, so the difference in loss of fatty tissue was greater: over 4 pounds versus less than ½ pound.29 Chromium also works synergistically with Garcinia Cambogia (HCA).30 The total effect with exercise and a calorie controlled diet is simply mind blowing!
B12 is required for normal functioning of the brain and nervous system. It helps with boosting mood, energy and concentration
|% RDA **|
|from 12:1 extract||500mg|
|providing 50% Chlorogenic Acid||250mg|
|from 20-25:1 extract||200mg|
Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
**EC – Recommended Daily Allowance
Green Coffee Bean Extract, Capsule Shell: Hydroxy Propyl Methyl Cellulose, CLA as Clarinol® (glucose syrup, sodium caseinate (milk), anti-caking agent (silicon dioxide), lecithin (soya), stabilizer (tetrasodium diphosphate), antioxidant (vitamin E)), Trimethylxanthine (Caffeine Anhydrous), Garcinia Cambogia Whole Herb, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Cayenne Powder, Potassium Citrate, Theanine, Pantothenic Acid (Calcium Pantothenate), Thiamine (Hydrochloride), DL-Phenylalanine, Iron (Ferrous Fumarate), Chromium Picolinate, Vitamin B12(Cyanocobalamin)
Thanks for this great product! I'm getting seriously ripped using this with my workouts. I love how potent it is. MUCH MUCH better than any other fat burner I've tried. Tip: ALWAYS add up the active milligrams of ingredients, more is always better with supplements, it's more powerful. Best fat burner out there for me. Recommend 100%.
I've been taking weight loss supplements on and off for years. Some are good, but most are useless. This T5 Ultimate is definitely one of the better (best) ones. Through experience I've found the more milligrams (mg) the better, but be careful some products will list 3000mg or 6000mg, when the actual active amount is much smaller. 1750mg in this one is massive, you can actually feel it working after you take it. I'm training for the Birmingham half marathon in October and currently running about 5 miles in just under 40 minutes, which is pretty good, I just need to work on the endurance and drop a bit more weight, which is where these T5's have been amazing. I plan on taking them right up until marathon day. Would recommend anyone who wants to drop weight to try them.
This has to be the best fat burner available? I must have looked at every fat burner there is on Amazon and nothing even comes close to having 1750mg of these tried and tested ingredients. I'm just ending my 4th week and I've never felt so good about losing weight. Almost a stone lost in a month and the longer I keep doing it, the easier it gets. I'm very good with my diet but not a fan of exercising so I only exercise for 30 minutes 3 times a week, but it works fine for me. These really give you a boost on your worst days. Highly recommend. In fact, I would say don't bother with any others as I have tried loads over the years, this really is the best one. Job done.
Great value for so many top ingredients 100% will be buying again
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Does T5 Ultimate work?
A. Yes. T5 Ultimate’s ingredients were specifically chosen to work synergistically (together), to more effectively burn fats cells. It works more effectively with exercise. It does not however replace a calorie-controlled diet. You still have to use more calories than you consume. T5 Ultimate makes the whole process easier and quicker. The more you work, the more T5 Ultimate works.
How do I know if it’s right for me?
A. If you have excess fat and no allergies to the ingredients (you can check the label and with your GP), then it is ok for use.
Q. Can replace my diet and just use these pills?
A. No. T5 Ultimate is not a replacement for a healthy balanced diet. It is a supplement. Eat healthy and less calories than you burn and you’re all set.
Q. How fast will I lose weight?
A. Everyone is an individual so results will vary. Eat fewer calories then you burn, exercise, use T5 Ultimate every day and drink 2 liters of water per day. You can expect to lose 1.5lbs per week. If you are losing more, you may have cut your calories too much. Remember, losing weight and keeping it off is a marathon not a sprint. Most people achieve their goals in 3 months.
Q. Is it safe?
A. Yes. T5 Ultimate is manufactured in a state of the art GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) facility. And adheres to all EU regulations.
Q. Is it the best fat burner available?
A. At 1750mg total active ingredients, we believe it is. If you a total bigger of the ACTIVE ingredients, not necessarily the total amount, then please let us know.
Q. Can I take T5 Ultimate with medication?
A. We do not recommend you take with medication. Please consult your GP.
Q. Can I take T5 Ultimate when I’m pregnant?
A. No. Please do not use T5 Ultimate when pregnant or nursing.
Q. Can I interrupt taking T5 Ultimate?
A. Yes, it is a food supplement, not a medicine. However, to reach your weight loss goals, we recommend you work at it daily.
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