A weight loss pill like you’ve never seen before. EMBER NS is loaded with premium fat-burning ingredients and ZERO stimulants to support thermogenesis, overall fat loss, thyroid health, and reduce water weight.*
Iodine(from kelp) is essential for proper function of the thyroid gland, which uses it to make the thyroid hormones.
Dandelion is a plant that acts as a potent diuretic, meaning it helps rid the body of extra water. Dandelion may help promote weight loss.*
MitoBurn™ is L-BAIBA, which the muscles produce during exercise. Known as an “exercise factor”, increased levels of L-BAIBA may help reduce body fat, improve body composition, and support health carbohydrate tolerance and insulin sensitivity.*
Thyrotide™ is naturally derived from kelp and rich in iodine to support thyroid function and weight loss. Why is this important? The thyroid gland is a vital hormone gland that plays an important role in metabolism and other cell functions. Iodine is an essential element that’s needed for the production of the thyroid hormone. The body doesn’t produce iodine on its own, so it needs to be consumed from dietary sources, which many people are not getting enough of.
CaloriBurn™ is a Grains of Paradise extract that has been shown to effectively activate BAT (Brown Adipose Tissue) in animals and humans, which has been described in the scientific literature as a “holy grail” of optimizing body composition. BAT is one of the two major types of fat cells in our bodies – known as “metabolically active tissue” and is becoming increasingly recognized as a powerful calorie-burning target, playing a significant role in the regulation of body metabolism and energy expenditure.*
Gamma-Butyrobetaine Ethyl Ester (GBB) is a molecule that converts into L-Carnitine when your body naturally produces its own carnitine. GBB is also known as "super carnitine" because it amplifies sweat production and increases thermogenesis.*
CapsiAtra® contains capsinoids, similar to those found in chili peppers. Capsinoids have been shown to increase metabolism and thermogenesis.*