Fat burners are considered to be thermogenic. While your metabolism turns food into energy, a thermogenic fat burner “burns” calories to create heat, almost literally burning fat.
How successful the thermogenic process is tends to be completely dependent on your commitment to losing weight.
Fat burners aren’t a quick fix – they can help you burn more calories as you exercise, but the fat won’t just drop as you sit at your desk.
Used in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise routine, fat burners can give you a little extra boost by boosting your energy levels to help you work harder during exercise.
Fat burners cannot target any specific fat, for example, it is not good to look for a belly fat burner or a thigh fat burner.
Instead, targeting problem areas with strengthening, muscle building exercises, along with high quality cardio, driven by a good fat burner, is the only way to move stubborn fat in certain areas.