Why Does Celsius Work?

Six published university studies have been conducted on Celsius by U.S. accredited scientific research facilities rendering strict scientific standards. To ensure consumer confidence, trust, and industry independence, the studies were presented at scientific conferences and published in peer reviewed publications.

Celsius Has Thermogenic Properties

All of the studies show that Celsius has thermogenic properties. Thermogenics are substances that increase metabolism and make the nervous system more active. In turn, this causes an individual to burn more calories than they normally would.

The studies also show that drinking a great tasting Celsius before exercise, reduces body fat, increases endurance and provides greater resistance to fatigue (increased energy).*

Metabolic Response


Study one. A university study on metabolic response was conducted with the Ohio Research Group of Exercise and Sports Nutrition and published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

Findings from the Metabolic Response Study

The findings indicated that a single serving of Celsius has thermogenic, or calorie-burning, properties while the diet soda did not. Findings from the study also showed that there was a 12% increase†* in metabolic response over a 3-hour period among the participants who drank Celsius.

Metabolic Thermogenesis Acute

Study two. A university study on metabolic thermogenesis was conducted at the Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory in the Department of Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma and published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

Metabolic Thermogenesis Study Shows Celsius Works

Study participants consumed a single serving of Celsius and burned an average of 100 more calories over a 3-hour period than those who drank a placebo. This research further validates the effects of Celsius on boosting calorie burning, by means of increasing metabolism.

Sports Drink Attenuation

Study three. A university study on sports drink attenuation was conducted at the Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory, Department of Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma and published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

Metabolism Boost & Calorie Burn

The results confirm that over the 28-day period, Celsius was shown to raise metabolism and burn an average of 100 calories with each serving throughout the entire study.

No Adverse Side Effects

The study also shows Celsius did not produce adverse changes to important health markers such as: cholesterol, blood sugar, resting heart rate or blood pressure.

Pre-Workout Routine

Study four. A Pre-workout university study was conducted at the Applied Biochemistry and Molecular Physiology Laboratory Department of Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma and published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

Increased Fat Loss, Endurance, Muscle Gain, Etc.

The research yielded the following results: drinking a Celsius prior to activity resulted more fat loss†* compared to those who drank a placebo.

Weight Loss Effect

Study five. The Weight Loss Effect university study was conducted at The Department of Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma and published in The Journal of the American College of Nutrition.

According to the preliminary findings, subjects consuming a single serving of Celsius lost significantly more fat mass and gained significantly more muscle mass when compared to exercise alone.

Sedentary Men & Activity Endurance

Study six. The Activity Endurance university Study was conducted at The Human Performance Laboratory of the Department of Health and Exercise Science at the University of Oklahoma and published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.

Activity Endurance Clinical Study Proves Celsius Fat Burning Mechanism

The 10-week study of 37 college-age men consisted of 5 days a week of moderate exercise and compared participants who consumed a single serving of Celsius 15 minutes prior to moderate exercise, with participants who did moderate exercise only.

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