...is what Celsius is promoted as. Do we believe this? I tend to assume it's BS but would they dare make these claims if there was no truth in it?
"In independent clinical trial was conducted by the Ohio Research Group to validate the calorie burning effects of Celsius. The results were presented on June 18th, 2005 at the International Society of Sports Nutrition Conference in New Orleans. The clinical research proved that drinking one 12-ounce bottle of Celsius increases metabolism on average 12 percent for up to a 3 hour period."
This supposedly equals 100 kcal. Does that mean that if you drank too many, you'd fade away and die..?
Two guys were promoting the drink at the gym, giving out samples and talking about how it's proven to burn calories.
I told them I was more interested in bulking at the moment, causing a calvalcade of facial expressions:
Guess they don't get that a lot from women...