How to use fat burner ? 


Fat burners are sports nutritional supplements designed to support fat burning and weight loss. What are their active ingredients, on what principle do they work and what can you expect from them?

Many people have unrealistic expectations of fat burners. They think that these are magic pills that will help them lose weight without any effort. However, this is a completely wrong view. Fat burners can certainly help, but they won't do the work for you.

First of all, you need to realize that if you want to lose weight, you need to create a caloric deficit. You can achieve this through diet and exercise. It is the diet that plays a decisive role in losing weight and is responsible for 70-80% of your success.

Exercise is responsible for another 20-30%, thanks to which you build muscle mass and increase energy consumption. And fat burners can contribute about 10% to all of this - and that's how they should be viewed - as a supporting supplement that multiplies the effect of your effort.

A healthy pace of weight loss

A healthy rate of weight loss is a loss of 0.5-1.5 kg per week. If you think that if you add a fat burner to it, you can lose 10 kg in a week, you are very mistaken.

The body can adapt quickly, and therefore it is better to go about it gradually and continuously reduce the number of calories taken and increase the dose of exercise. Otherwise, your weight loss could stop at the beginning and the body would need another stimulus to start burning fat. But if you use all the weapons at once, you will no longer have a trump card in your hands.

Fat burners are designed for the last 10% in the final stretch. They will help you kick off weight loss again and get rid of the last few pounds of stubborn fat. But it won't work without a healthy diet and exercise. Burners help you get the most out of your effort.

Thanks to their effective ingredients, they help your body mobilize more fat from fat cells during exercise and use it as energy for training. So you can look at it as the same exercise with a burner has a greater effect than without a burner, and therefore helps you achieve the desired results faster and more efficiently.

How fat burners work

Complex fat burners can support your weight loss in several ways thanks to their effects. This is due to the contained substances that stimulate and trigger certain processes in the body that lead to weight loss.


Thermogenesis is a metabolic process during which the body burns calories to produce heat. Thus, thermogenesis can aid weight loss by increasing the amount of calories burned during the day. Heat generation can be naturally supported by movement and diet, and it is also affected by the temperature of the surrounding environment. Therefore, fat burners often include substances that can support the production of heat in the body and thereby increase the amount of calories burned.


Lipolysis is the process responsible for the breakdown of lipids, i.e. fats, which are either stored in the body or have just been consumed and thus are available as a source of energy in the bloodstream. Substances contained in fat burners can further support this process and release more fatty acids that can be consumed as a source of energy.

Other effects of fat burners include, for example, that they reduce appetite, limit the storage of fat taken from food, increase metabolism or help the body get rid of excess retained water.