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BELDT: Force Thermogenic Ranked #1 Bestselling Fat Burner on Amazon for Second Time

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/14 -- Supported by raving reviews from hundreds of satisfied customers, BELDT: Force Thermogenic was ranked the number one bestselling fat burner on Amazon for the second time. BELDT Labs, creator and distributor of the premium quality supplement, announced that thanks to the growing popularity of the extremely effective fat burner amongst high-intensity athletes and professional mixed martial arts fighters, BELDT: Force Thermogenic stayed on top of Amazon's bestseller list for more than four weeks in a row. The enthusiastic reviews in the website's 5-star rating system reveal why people are lining up to buy the advanced performance blend. After taking the capsules for a couple of weeks, one customer raved: "I am really impressed with this product. Whenever I know I'm going to need a good boost or am going to have a hard long workout I grab BELDT. It really boosts my energy for the endurance of a long workout."

James Atkins, spokesperson for BELDT Labs, explains the idea behind the company's product portfolio and why he thinks they are so successful: "There's a growing segment out there who train for much more than just 'lean muscle'," says Atkins. "For them it's about endurance, speed and power, together. They need all three, and that takes more than just some generic, run-of-the-mill fat burner. While they still need the fat burning triggers, BELDT: Force Thermogenic also helps deliver greater bursts of energy, tighter focus and elevated mood."

While everybody can benefit from the outstanding fat-burning properties of BELDT: Force Thermogenic, it was specially designed for elite fighters and top athletes who are striving to boost their energy levels and muscular action while at the same time shedding fat and activating their blood flow. With only two capsules a day, filled with a powerful powder that can be easily absorbed by the body, athletes notice considerable changes to their overall performance right from the start. The company's signature product is complemented by two more potent supplements also developed by BELDT Labs to make sure all needs of motivated star sportsmen and women are met: CRUSCH: Ultimate Tri-Phase Creatine, which supplies the body with creatine to build incredible strength, trigger amazing muscle growth and achieve impressive recovery times and PULSS: Premium Nitric Oxide Load, which helps to incite tighter, denser muscular pumps thanks to an advanced blend of nitric oxide triggers.

BELDT Labs is a leading formulator and manufacturer of premium-quality nutritional supplements that were specifically developed for the unique needs of high-performance athletes. The success of BELDT Labs is based on two decades of experience in nutrition and fitness. After observing the market for sports supplements, the BELDT team realized that all available products were generic boosters that could not adapt to the specific needs of high-intensity athletes, which are very different from those of recreational gym visitors. Determined to fill this gap in the supply chain, BELDT Labs sought out leading, cutting-edge, and technologically advanced manufacturers to develop an innovative product line specifically for MMA fighters and high-intensity athletes. The result is three highly effective products that can be ordered online on Amazon or at

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