Energy drinks and “thermogenic” capsules are some of the most popular dietary supplements with consumers. Thermogenic supplements are thought to raise metabolic rate (i.e., promote an increase in caloric expenditure) and subsequently may support weight loss and help reduce body fat. A product with a combination of ingredients may lend itself to a greater thermogenic effect than a single herbal ingredient.
This study will assess the acute (i.e. single dose) effectiveness of the dietary supplement BURN-XTTM on changes in resting energy expenditure.
The Center for Applied Health Sciences is looking for 25 young men and women to complete the study. Qualified participants will receive up to $500 in compensation for their time and successful completion of the study.