Access tolerance with 1 capsule once or twice per day.
F-10 can be taken 30 minutes prior to cardiovascular or anaerobic activity. The Incineration Formula™ will ensure you get the most from your effort in the gym!
F-10 can, and should, be taken on non-training days.
When do I take F-10™?
For best results, we suggest 1 capsules twice per day. Start with 1 capsule once per day to access your tolerance.
Can I take it with food?
Each dose should be taken on an empty stomach or immediately before eating for best results.
Should I take it every day?
We suggest taking F-10 every day for up to 12 weeks. After that time take 2-3 weeks off from any stimulant.
Besides F-10, what other supplements should I be taking?
To maintain muscle mass while dieting we strongly suggest you take GP3 EVO. If you are a male over 21, ALPHA can also play a key role in achieving the perfect physique.
Is there anything I shouldn’t take while using this product?
We recommend avoiding all other stimulants while taking F-10 to get the full benefits (coffee, energy drinks, pre-workout powders). Too much caffeine can be detrimental to your fat loss efforts.
What kind of results will I get?
Every individual is different, but if you exercise and follow a sensible eating plan, you will notice a dramatic fat loss within a very short time.
What kind of diet and training regime should I follow to maximize the effectiveness of F-10?
Have a look at our blog. We have training routines and sample meal plans for all goals.
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