Pyro MX Leancore Review

by The Diet Critic on March 16, 2015

Pyro MX Leancore review
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Pyro MX Leancore is a non-prescription thermogenic diet pill from Sci-MX. More specifically, it is said to be a fat-oxidation and metabolism boosting supplement. The official product page claims that it oxidizes fat, provides sustained fat loss, provides metabolic support, and has a thermogenic effect. Pills with thermogenic effects are believed to cause a slight rise in body temperature, which can help burn calories.

The Pyro MX Leancore formula contains the Pyro-Therm complex, which consists of guarana, bitter orange peel, yerba mate, and cayenne pepper. Additional ingredients include: green tea extract, acetyl carnitine, white kidney bean extract, tyrosine, bioperine, vitamin B5, and chromium.

The recommended dosage for this product is to take 2 – 3 capsules with water, on an empty stomach, up to 3 times, daily. Users are encouraged to wait for a minimum of two hours before taking the next dose and are cautioned not to take it 4 hours prior to bedtime. While users can take Pyro MX Leancore every day for 6 weeks, after this point, it is recommended that they go off of the pills for two weeks before starting again.

At the time this review was written, a single bottle of Pyro MX Leancore, containing 40 capsules, costs £17.35 (roughly US$26.00).


Pyro MX Leancore contains several ingredients that have the potential to produce energy boosting effects. It can be purchased online.


The manufacturer of Pyro MX Leancore does not state any health warnings or side effects related to the diet pill. However, this product contains multiple stimulants including guarana, green tea, yerba mate, bitter orange and caffeine. Due to the recommended high daily dosage, and the quantity of stimulants within the formula, there is a high risk that those who take this pill will experience negative side effects. Some of these may include: increased blood pressure, insomnia, jitters, headache, mood swings, anxiety, rapid heartbeat, etc.

Furthermore, when combined with caffeine, bitter orange (synephrine) is believed to be dangerous and may cause side effects such as increased risk of high blood pressure, fainting, stroke, heart attack and other severe adverse effects.

In addition, there is no clinical evidence that this product will help a person lose weight. Moreover, none of the ingredients within the formula have been sufficiently studied to prove that they are beneficial for weight loss in humans.

It is strongly recommended to anyone interested in taking Pyro MX Leancore to first speak with their healthcare provider.

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