Hardcore Platinum BURN Formulated Energy Factor

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HARDCORE PLATINUM HARDCORE BURN ENERGY & WEIGHT CONTROL FACTOR

Hardcore Burn is the ultimate energy and weight loss product to help melt away fat without impeding your nutritional goals! Formulated to deliver a powerful thermogenic/fat burning effect while suppressing your appetite. Also, elevates your mind and mood to their utmost potential. This is no run-of-the-mill fat burner! It was specifically designed to help you maintain muscle mass, while slicing away  body fat.

 

HARDCORE PLATINUM HARDCORE BURN BENEFITS:
  • Melts stubborn body fat, thermogenic effect

  • Suppresses appetite

  • Boosts of sense of well-being

  • Maintains muscle mass

 

HARDCORE PLATINUM HARDCORE BURN INGREDIENT BREAKDOWN:

Caffeine Anydrous -  a potent stimulant that boosts endurance and heightens mental focus & stimulation.

Dendrobium  -a powerful, natural herbal extract thought to increases the body’s thermogenic state. Helps boost the metabolism and melt stubborn body fat.

5-HTP -  supports healthy serotonin levels in the brain. Believed to promote a heightened sense of well-being.

Green Tea Extract -  believed to boost metabolism, speeding up your body’s ability to burn fat.

 

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