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Miss S
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hi im taking a new fat burner that contains these ingredients


vitamin D3 (As Cholecalciferol)
JetFireTM Max! Advanced Proprietary Blend 1250 mg
Caffeine Alpha Keto Gluterate - CAKG -Supplying 275 Mg Of Caffeine
(1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine)
L-Valine
Korean Ginseng (As Panax Ginseng)(Root)
N-Acetyl- L- Carnitine HCL
White Willow Bark Extract 15% P:E
Eviodiamine 98%
5-HTP -Feel Good Matrix
L-Tyrosine Decanate
Banahulean
CLA - Conjugated Linioic Acid
Phenylethylamine (pea)
Theobromine
Hordenine
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JetFire also Contains:
Folic Acid
Vitamin B12 (As Cyanocobalamin)
Vitamin B6 (As Pyridoxine HCL)

i just need to ask if any of these affect bc ..i couldnt find anything online so i really appreciate ur help thanks in advance [Big Grin]

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Jacob at Scarleteen
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I am not sure this would be in any of our knowledge sets miss s. But the best thing to do is to read the packaging for both and if your BC says 'avoid x y z chemicals' that can be an indication.

Aside from this, everyone is different and you can have your own minor alergic reactions or biological responses to what you put in your body. In that sense they all could effect your BC... But unless a doctor or the documentation says so you may as well assume not.

That said, I wouldn't really recommend any medication used for non medical reasons like weight loss.

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Redskies
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This is a question that's best to ask a pharmacist, as it's a pharmacist's job to know about and have all the information on possible interactions between different medications or ingredients.

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Miss S
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if the pharamasist had an answet i wouldnt be here asking..

but once heather helped me with a similar question.. so i thoughy you could help me woth it also..

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Miss S

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Edith_*
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This is just something out of our scope. Any questions about medicines and interactions between them are questions that must be answered by a healthcare provider. [Smile]

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Heather
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Just FYI, I really hope you are talking to a healthcare provider about your use of this kind of stuff.

Especially since, if you look at those ingredients there, not only is MOST of this just caffeine, it's an amount of caffeine that's pretty outer limits all at once. That's not something that supports good health.

Seriously, you could take a multivitamin and a shot of espresso and you'd be getting most of what this is offering you more safely. But likely none of it would "burn fat." Most of what things like this burn, as I believe we talked about before, is just a hole in your wallet.

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