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  • Increases energy
  • Assists the body in using fat and fatty acids for energy
  • Supports the oxidation of fat for energy
  • Helps to alleviate occasional fatigue
  • Promotes thermogenesis and lipolysis
  • Promotes weight loss
  • May reduce the potential for the body to store fat
  • May help reduce body fat and fat mass
  • May help curb appetite
  • Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels
  • Helps maintain healthy triglyceride levels
  • Contains key ingredients that support normal metabolic functions

What Makes This Product Unique?

The new TLS® Thermochrome™ V6 is a unique and revamped formulation that combines the proven sciences of lipolysis and thermogenesis to support increased energy levels and weight loss. TLS Thermochrome V6 uses high quality ingredients, including caffeine from green tea and theobromine, both gentle on the body without compromising on caffeine’s benefits for energy, thermogenesis and metabolic drive. With TLS Thermochrome V6’s unique thermogenic blend, it can help the body burn through fat and maintain healthy blood sugar levels.*

Capsaicinoids (Capsicum annum), an ingredient found in red chili peppers, have been used for centuries to support longevity and healthy metabolism. The product contains Capsimax™ǂ, a clinically supported ingredient with the same active and concentrated capsaicinoids. However, capcaisin, an active compound of chili peppers, is a counter-irritant and can cause stomach upset or discomfort when consumed. To capture its metabolic benefits, it is necessary to use an effective amount daily to mitigate change while controlling its release to avoid any unwanted gastrointestinal side effects.*

TLS Thermochrome V6 uses specialized beadlet technology providing all the benefits of concentrated, highly active capsaicinoids in a controlled-release coating without the discomfort of unprotected chili peppers.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure or prevent any disease.

ǂ Capsimax® is a registered trademark of Omniactive Health Technologies Ltd.

Product Classifications

Product Classifications

Gluten-Free - The finished product contains no detectable gluten (<10ppm gluten)

Quality Standards - GMP Operations and Standardized Ingredients

Checked For: Heavy Metals, Microbiological Contaminants, Allergens, Residual Solvents, Potency, Purity and Identity

TLS Thermochrome V6 Testimonials*

I lost 4 inches and 3% body fat in 30 days with Themochrome V6! I absolutely loved the increased energy, strength and stamina that he felt throughout the day, at work, during exercise and in the bedroom!!! Thermochrome V6 is very effective, I can’t wait to order more!!!

  • Oscar Sanchez, IL.

I lost 12 lbs and 7 inches. I LOVE this product!! Thermochrome V6 enhanced my metabolism and gave me an incredible amount of energy without the "nervous or fast beating heart" feeling. I was able to manage through Thanksgiving without feeling like I missed out! TLS is amazing to date I have lost 35 lbs and 16"!!

  • Tanya Hovelman, TX

While taking Thermochrome V6, I lost nearly 7 inches and 4 pounds. I took this product after completing the 30-day jump start and it helped me shed the few extra pounds I had left to lose and show some more muscle tone. This allowed me to go down 2 more loops on my belt as well. I have a labor-intensive job and I believe it helped push me through the day! Overall, I felt like I had more energy and was burning more off. I would recommend this product to anyone that is looking for an energy boost and/or hoping to lose a few extra pounds!

  • Trevor Smith, MN

I lost over 4 lbs and couple inches. I had great energy throughout the day (no 3pm energy slumps) without feeling jittery or difficulty falling asleep at night. I especially loved taking the Thermochrome V6 right before my workouts!

  • Stephanie Small, MA

30 days into TLS and taking Thermochrome V6 I have lost over10 lbs and 12 ½ inches. I wake up each morning hitting the ground running, no more slow starts for me. After following the TLS Rapid Results menu program in coordination with the Thermochrome V6, I no longer have the urges to look for the cookies, candies, chips and ice cream. I have more energy and actually feel like walking and doing things around the house in the evenings after work. I haven’t been this motivated in a very long time.

  • Terrie Pruitt, NC

I lost 11.25 inches taking Thermochrome V6 and I felt an immense increase in my energy. The best part of having such huge losses in inches is my waist and trouble areas trimmed down, my visceral fat decreased, and my pants are loose! Thanks to the Transitions Lifestyle System, I have continued my weight loss journey and have kept the inches and pounds moving in the right direction off my body and am loving my renewed love of cooking on my TLS weight loss journey. I will stay on Thermochrome v6

  • Shaelyn Priest-Ingram, FL

I lost 7 bs and 9.25 inches in 30 days following the TLS Sure and Steady program and using Thermochrome V6. I had a huge improvement in my energy which helped me with my stamina throughout my long days in construction. The Transitions Lifestyle System enlightened me to the importance of eating the right foods throughout the day and now my wife and I cook regularly as a team and it has given us something fun to focus on together in the kitchen coming up with delicious healthy recipes.

  • Paul Ingram, Fl

I loved the unexpected clarity and energy that Thermochrome V6 brought me on top of helping with my weight loss goal. Bonus!

  • Jamie Searles–Mapstead, CA

I can’t believe I lost 3% body fat, 15 inches, majority from my waist, and 11 lbs in 30 days taking Thermochrome V6. Despite my efforts, I had plateaued in achieving the lean look I wanted. As a fitness professional I often need a boost of energy to get through teaching my classes or working out in my own. Thermochrome V6 made a huge difference and I loved the extra metabolism boost! I was able to put more energy into myself, my results and my clients.

  • LyAnne Lyman, GA

*Individuals using TLS Thermochrome™ V6 and following the TLS Weight Loss Solution as part of a healthy diet and exercise program can expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week. The persons sharing their stories are independent distributors of Market America products.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

You should consult your physician before beginning a this or any other weight-management program.


How do I know if I am overweight?
One way to determine whether you are overweight is to take a Body Mass Index test. This test is available on various websites online, and it displays the relationship between your weight and height and provides you with your personal BMI. You can also consult your physician. With this information, you can determine what steps you need to take to achieve your optimal weight.

How can you reduce your weight and stay at an optimal weight?
There are three major ways to effectively reduce your weight:Begin an exercise program, adjust your lifestyle and watch your diet.

What steps do I need to take to adjust my lifestyle?
The first step to adjusting your lifestyle is to develop a dietary plan that works for you as an individual. To incorporate exercise in your life, you should choose activities that you find enjoyable, and exercise for at least 20 to 30 minutes at least three times a week. Also, set reasonable goals, and give yourself rewards when you achieve them.

What is an example of a diet to follow?
When choosing a diet, try to avoid hard-to-follow fad diets. A good plan is to avoid eating late at night. Eat healthy, small, frequent meals that include raw fruits and vegetables during the day. It is good to reduce your fat intake to less than 30 percent of your total calories and get at least 25-35 grams of fiber per day. Also, you should try to drink eight to 10 glasses of water daily. You can use dietary supplements to help maximize your body’s metabolism. A low glycemic diet, such as TLS Weight Loss Solution, which incorporates nutrition, exercise, supplements and a healthy lifestyle, is ideal for optimal weight loss.*

Is it harmful to be a yo-yo dieter?
Yes, it is harmful because it sends your body into defense mode. Defense mode slows the body’s basal metabolic rate to stop your body from starving. When you have a slower than normal basal metabolic rate, it becomes much harder to lose weight. The key is to have a consistent lifestyle that incorporates nutrition with supplements and exercise, such as TLS Weight Loss Solution.*

What is thermogenesis?

Thermogenesis is the production of body heat generated from the burning of consumed and stored fat, and supports healthy brown fat or brown adipose tissue. Brown fat produces heat by burning a high amount of calories and increases energy levels.

What products can I use in conjunction with TLS® Thermochrome V6?
Pair TLS Thermochrome with TLS CORE, TLS CLA, and the TLS Protein Shakes (Creamy Vanilla or Chocolate Delight) for best results. We also recommend the use of TLSSlim.com to build yourself a customized weight loss program including a diet and exercise routine to optimize your health and results.

Are there any contraindications or warnings I should be aware of when taking TLS® Thermochrome™ V6?
Do not exceed the recommended size/servings per day. If have high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or if you are sensitive to caffeine, consult your healthcare provider before using this product. Do not take this product if you have chronic or ongoing liver disease or Graves’ disease. If you are currently using Atorvastatin, beta blockers or any other prescription drugs, or if you have an ongoing medical condition, consult your healthcare provider before using this product. If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, do not use this product. Keep out of reach of children.


Capsimax®ǂ Capsicum Fruit Extract (2% capsaicinoids): 100 mg
Capsimax is a concentrated extract of capsaicinoids from red chili peppers (Capsicum annum). Capsaicinoids, a unique group of compounds derived from various peppers, are the active components and are what give peppers their spicy kick. Capsaicinoids are comprised of five primary constituents: capsaicin, dihydrocapsaicin, nordihydrocapsaicin, homocapsaicin and homodihydrocapsaicin. Capsaicin, dihydrocapsaicin and nordihydrocapsaicin are the most powerful compounds and make up at least 90% of the capsaicinoids concentration in red chili peppers.

Capsaicinoids may be an effective addition to your weight management program due to their effects on energy and metabolism. Studies have shown that they may help curb appetite2,3, and promote thermogenic and lipolytic activity. It is also associated with an increase in free fatty acid glycerol levels in the blood, which is an indication that it supports lipolysis. *

The long-term effects of capsaicinoid consumption have shown favorable results on body composition. Capsaicinoids from Capsimax Capsicum Extract help promote lipolysis and support the mobilization of fats for energy production. One study in particular investigated the effects of Capsimax® on body composition in combination with a reduced calorie diet and exercise program. After eight weeks, results showed a decrease in body weight, fat mass, waist and hip circumference, and an increase in lean mass.*

ǂ Capsimax® is a registered trademark of Omniactive Health Technologies Ltd.

Green Tea Extract (400 mg caffeine and 180 mg total polyphenols): 600 mg
With the exception of herbal tea, all types of tea are brewed from the dried leaves of the Camellia sinensis bush. The level of oxidation of the leaves is what determines the type of tea. Green tea is made from unoxidized leaves and is one of the less processed types of teas, therefore containing more antioxidants and beneficial polyphenols. The active components in green tea are a family of polyphenols (catechins) and flavanols, which are powerful antioxidants. . Tannins are large polyphenol molecules, form the bulk of the active compounds in green tea, with catechins comprising nearly 90 percent. Several catechins are present in major quantities: epicatechin (EC), epigallocatechin (EGC), epicatechin gallate (ECG) and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). EGCG makes up around 10 to 50 percent of the total catechin content and appears to be the most powerful of all the catechins – with strong antioxidant activity. Green tea or green tea extracts have been shown to increase general levels of plasma polyphenols as well as levels of EGCG and other catechins.*

Green tea is also reported to support the cardiovascular system by helping to maintain healthy levels of triglycerides. Additionally, it may support weight loss through by supporting thermogenesis and fat metabolism.*

Vitamin C: 200 mg
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is an essential nutrient for humans needed for metabolic reactions in the body. Around ninety percent of vitamin C in the average American diet derives from fruits and vegetables. Peppers (sweet, green and red peppers and hot red and green chili peppers), citrus fruits and juices, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, collards, mustard greens, broccoli, spinach, guava, kiwi fruit, currants and strawberries all contain vitamin C. Nuts and grains contain smaller amounts of vitamin C. It is important to note that cooking destroys vitamin C activity.*

Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant that is integral in promoting a healthy immune system. Vitamin C supports detoxification, promotes the normal synthesis of collagen and normal healing and helps maintain normal cholesterol levels. The ascorbic acid form of Vitamin C is involved in mediating iron absorption, transport and storage. It promotes the normal intestinal absorption of iron and may promote iron storage in cells. It is involved in the biosynthesis of corticosteroids, aldosterone and the conversion of cholesterol to bile acids.*

Vitamin C is an essential vitamin for dieters because it needs to be replenished during the thermogenic process. It aids in slowing the oxidation of B vitamins, which can help lessen occasional fatigue. Because of its ability to promote normal healing, it may be helpful in maintaining muscle comfort for individuals who engage in strenuous exercise. Vitamin C is also essential for the production of adrenalin. More importantly, vitamin C aids dieters by supporting the biological pathways that support fat metabolism, fat burning, production of protein and neutralizing free radicals.*

Vitamin B6: 20 mg
Vitamin B6 promotes normal metabolism by supporting the normal production of proteins and the normal synthesis of ATP to supply fuel to the body. Some athletic supplements include vitamin B6 because it promotes the normal conversion of glycogen to glucose for energy in muscle tissue. It also helps support the normal absorption and utilization of dietary fats. Vitamin B6 is an essential cofactor for the production of energy and increases the body’s resistance to fatigue. Poultry, fish, whole grains and bananas are the main dietary sources of Vitamin B-6.*

Pantothenic Acid: 24 mg
Pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5, supports normal physiological functions. It plays a key role in more than one hundred metabolic functions, which include energy metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids. Pantothenic acid is widely distributed in plant and animal food sources, where it occurs in both bound and free forms. Food sources of vitamin B5 include organ meats (liver, kidney), egg yolk, avocados, cashew nuts and peanuts, brown rice, soya, lentils, broccoli and milk, with the richest sources of the vitamin being the ovaries of cod and tuna.*

Chromium: 320 mcg
Chromium is a vital trace mineral that helps maintain normal blood sugar levels, and possibly in helping to control appetite. Chromium also supports normal glucose metabolism. Chromium supports the body’s normal use of sugar, protein and fat. It supports cells in the normal intake of glucose and release of energy. Chromium may also help to reduce body fat. More than 90 percent of American diets do not provide the recommended amount of chromium.*

It exists in several valence states, with the trivalent and hexavalent states being the most common. Chromium is found in small amounts in many foods and is usually present in the trivalent state. Food sources of chromium include brewer’s yeast, whole grain cereals, broccoli, prunes, mushrooms, beer, spices, brown sugar, coffee, tea, beer, wine and meat products. Refined foods, fruits and vegetables contain smaller amounts of chromium.

Theobromine: 40 mg
Theobromine is a methylxanthine similar to caffeine that exists in a variety of plants, most notably the cacao bean, as well as coffee beans, guarana berries and some tea leaves. It is most famous for being one of the many compounds found in chocolate, with contents higher in dark chocolate than milk chocolate, providing its bitter taste. Because theobromine shares the same mechanism of caffeine – inhibiting adenosine receptors – it may promote wakefulness and alertness. However, its energizing effects are milder and actually last longer than those of caffeine.*

Yerba Maté: 10 mg
Yerba maté is an evergreen with white flowers and red fruit, found in South America. Its leaves, from the Ilex paraguariensis tree, are dried or roasted for teas and extracts. It contains caffeine, theobromine, theophylline, phytol, stigmasterol, and squalene. The concentrations of these constituents vary with growing conditions, harvesting and preparation methods.

Similar to coffee, yerba mate is used to increase energy and relieve occasional mental and physical fatigue. Yerba mate has antioxidant properties, containing beneficial plant nutrients such as xanthines, caffeoyl derivatives, saponins and polyphenols. Animal studies show that yerba mate may curb appetite and support normal metabolism.*

L-Tyrosine: 200 mg
Tyrosine is an amino acid that is produced in the body from phenylalanine, another amino acid. L-tyrosine is the precursor for the synthesis of catecholamines – hormones such as dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine, thyroid hormones and melanin. Dopamine regulates your reward and pleasure centersThyroid hormones are produced by the thyroid gland and are primarily responsible for regulating metabolism. Tyrosine can be found in dairy products, meats, fish, eggs, nuts, beans, oats and wheat.*

Ginger Root: 100 mg
Ginger is native to Southeast Asia and widely used in foods and herbal supplements Ginger root may support weight loss. Ginger contains gingerols, a compound that stimulates biological activities in your body, that may help food to digest faster which can be key to weight loss.*

DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) Bitartrate: 80 mg
DMAE (also known as dimethylaminoethanol, dimethylethanolamine, or Deanol) is an organic compound that is produced in the body and is a precursor to choline. It is also found in fatty fish such as salmon, sardines and anchovies. DMAE is available in supplement form and is sometimes used as an ingredient in lotions, creams, and other skincare products.*


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by SallyC

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Sustained Energy!

I just got started with Thermochrome V6 and so it's too early to assess its fat-burning benefits, but holy cow! My energy and focus are so on point after using it for only one day! I started with just one cap in the morning and one at lunch time because I wanted to leave room in my caffeine budget for my favorite cup of coffee and it's just wonderful. Looking forward to seeing some unwanted fat burn off! :)

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