Cool Fat Burner founder, Eric Grove, has conducted several studies with groundbreaking results. Ben participated in Eric's Indirect Calorimetry Experiment, and the results were astounding:
They show that high-intensity cold stress can boost your metabolism by over 300%.
Eric has since shown that wearing the Cool Fat Burner vest can:
He later duplicated this same experiment to show that cold thermogenesis can maintain maximal brown adipose levels even through a hot summer season.
This is arguably just as important as the fat-burning benefit.
Over 2/3 of Americans are overweight, with the modernized world not far behind.
Many people who try to lose weight end up losing muscle tissue. Regaining muscle mass while keeping off fat can be difficult. Aside from the fact that you’ll look less healthy and have decreased performance at most physical tasks, you may also be at higher risk for the various metabolic and “lifestyle disorders” you tried to avoid by losing weight in the first place.
Loss of muscle mass means your workout capacity and resting metabolic rate have dropped. What used to be a maintenance level of food—burned by your own muscle—is now a calorie surplus.
If you want to burn fat, while preserving (or even building new) muscle, Cool Fat Burner can help you achieve that.
Additionally, they offer a 90-day, 110% refund return policy—they’ll PAY YOU if you decide to return it.
“As a triathlete, it’s easy to get caught up in a cycle of logging “junk miles” to burn calories. This can be tough on the body and joints. So this is one place where cold thermogenesis comes in handy: to allow me to burn calories and maintain racing weight without actually stressing my muscles, since I can do something like put on the Cool Fat Burner vest while I’m sitting at my desk.
Of course, there are other benefits of cold thermogenesis, and some of the other reasons I do it include: increased pain tolerance, improved cardiovascular efficiency, and decreased inflammation.
I use a combination of cold showers, cold water immersion, outdoor winter workouts and the Cool Fat Burner vest for my cold thermogenesis – and generally maintain 5-7% body fat, year round.” – Ben
Learn more about cold thermogenesis in these articles:
Check out this podcast episode with Wim Hof: