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POTENT FAT BURNING THERMOGENIC

  • 7 Powerful Thermogenics
  • Supports Weight/Fat Loss*     
  • Enhances Metabolism & Mood*    
  • Helps Appetite Suppression*     
  • Fully Transparent Label     
  • 45 Servings Per Container

Full Description

All fat burners are not created equal.  The difference between one that works okay and one that works great is all in the formula.  A great fat burner starts with research validated and time tested ingredients dosed at clinical levels proven to produce results.

Furthermore, the combination of individual ingredients found in a great fat burner must not only be effective by themselves, but they must also work synergistically as a whole in order to amplify fat loss. 

Lastly, and most importantly, a truly great fat burner should address all areas critical to maximizing your fat and weight loss and support a healthy diet and training.

The sad truth is a “great” fat burner like the one described above doesn’t exist…until now. Introducing TORCH™ - A revolutionary fat burner formulated to address all areas of fat loss using time tested, proven ingredients and new, novel compounds not found in any other fat burner on the market.

These ingredients work individually and synergistically to help incinerate fat, ramp up metabolism, suppress appetite, and use lipids as fuel. What’s more, TORCH™ contains ingredients that help improve mood and focus to help you stay on task when the goal is to achieve your ideal body composition.

From top to bottom TORCH™ will help you push the boundaries of what you thought was possible.  Take a quick look at TORCH™’s key ingredients on the fully transparent label and see why it is the premiere fat burner on the market today.

  • 300mg Caffeine Complex - Massively ramps up metabolism to speed the fat-burning process while also releasing epinephrine to enhance focus and release body fat stores…all without the typical caffeine crash.
  • 200mcg Chromium Picolinate - Helps move blood sugar from the bloodstream into the cells to be used as energy and to turn fats and carbohydrates into energy.
  • 100mg N-Phenyldimethylamine – A compound that produces many ergogenic effects as such as enhancing mood, improving focus, and creating a feeling of euphoria.
  • 50mg Beta-Phenylethylamine - Used for many different purposes, among them cognitive enhancement, mood improvement, weight loss, and as a concentration aid.
  • 50mg TeaCrine™ – Delivers long-lasting energy and accelerates metabolism.
  • 10mg 5-HTP - Functions as an appetite suppressant to ease the stresses of dieting, which can easily compound its effects by reducing fat storage due to elevated stress!
  • 2mg CapsiAtra™ Dihydrocapsiate –Protectis your hard-working body from storing carbohydrates as body fat and stuffing your muscles full of glycogen.
  • 2mg Rauwolscine - Acts as an alpha (2) adrenergic antagonist and thus aid in fat burning.


TORCH™ is not only explicit in its transparency – you can see everything you are getting on the label – but it is loaded with ingredients that are designed to operate through several mechanisms and mediums to spark metabolism, enhance mood, burn fat, and help keep your appetite under control.

Only one question remains….are you ready to turn up the heat? If so it is time to add TORCH™ incendiary fat burner to your supplement line-up.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

 

FAQs

Q: What is the best way to take Torch?

A:  As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (1 capsule) in the morning or before cardiovascular activity. Do not exceed more than 1 capsule at a time or 2 capsules in a 24 hour period.

Q: Do any fat burners really work?

A: Yes, and work very well, all depending on the ingredients found in the formula.  The ingredients found in Torch have been proven by science to increase metabolism, suppress appetite, use lipids (fats) as fuel, and ultimately help you lose fat.

Q: Can I take any other stimulants with Torch?

A: Due to the high quantity of effective fat burning stimulants found in Torch, we do not recommend taking it with other stimulants such as caffeine, coffee, etc.


Q: What other Kodiak products do you recommend stacking with Torch?

A: In order to help maintain lean muscle mass during times of dieting or "cutting" we recommend stacking Torch with our 1Whey protein complex and Ammo BCAAs.

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