Our expert says:
Very minor effect - you might as well walk for a few minutes a day and get the same result, without the expense and possible side effects.
The problem is safety - many of the ingredients are banned in certain countries, because they were implicated in some cases where people died suddenly. So if that isn't enough of a reason not to use them, well, I don't know what is. Also, there's not that much evidence that they work that well, at least compared to regular exercise and a good diet.
So given that you've just started out on what is the healthy option - diet and exercise - my advice is rather wait, don't spend your money yet. Two months is nothing, it often takes that long just to build fitness up to a decent level, and then you start to see change.
So be patient, stick with the safe option, which we know works, and don't risk thermogenics.
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