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From a block of pure marble, Michelangelo sculpted David – a piece of art so fine that it has come to define human physiological perfection.

Every detail in place, every proportion fine-tuned to aesthetic excellence. This is the essence of bodybuilding – taking a chisel to our own anatomy and distilling it down to its most ideal form.


Youth is about energy. It's the same vitalistic dynamism that drives the world forward. The issue, in the modern world, is that this energy has been massively eroded – we are flooded constantly with toxins and junk food, threatening to waste our prime years and submit us to decades of a weakened, sedentary existence.

Whereas Michelangelo brought forth his vision of human perfection with a chisel, it has become our duty to bring it forth with our own bodies.

Melt the chaff

Your metabolism is the energetic powerhouse of your body. When your metabolism is underfunctioning, not only will your body struggle to burn off the excess flab around your midsection and beyond, but you’ll feel the lack of vitality. If your cells aren’t functioning at optimal capacity, you simply won’t feel your best.

Kickstarting the furnace is the key to a stronger, more powerful way of living. In the modern world, it’s more important than ever to give your body every advantage possible to shift into high gear.

The hotter your metabolism is running, the more fat you’ll burn, and the more energy you’ll feel coursing through your veins.

Ember Non-Stim

Ember Non-Stim is the ultimate stimulant-free pre-workout – but that doesn’t tell the whole story. It can be a common misconception that stim-free pre-workout formulas are watered-down versions of standard pre-workouts.

The truth is that they’re serving different purposes. Whereas caffeine-heavy pre-workouts target the short-term – the palpable yet fleeting energy required to get through a tough workout – Ember Non-Stim targets your bioenergetic system in a deeper way.

Using novel, powerhouse ingredients like MitoBurn, Thyrotide, and CapsiAtra, Ember Non-Stim is the premier formula for overall metabolic performance. 

To effectively sculpt your body into a hyper-functional work of art, your cells need to be firing on all cylinders. Ember Non-Stim has been engineered meticulously to aid this mission.


In creating Ember Non-Stim, we sifted through the dozens of ingredients commonly included in fat-burning formulas that don’t truly move the needle. Instead, we honed in on a few novel ingredients that provide the biggest metabolic boost possible.

Other Ingredients: Plant Cellulose, Rice Flour, Silicon Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate

MitoBurn (250mg)

MitoBurn L-BAIBA is a non-protein amino acid known as a myokine, which acts as a muscle messenger and enhances the effects of exercise. When we exercise, L-BAIBA is produced from the amino acid valine[1] and functions as a signal indicating that exercise is occurring.[2] 

Supplementing with L-BAIBA has been found to boost the exercise signal in animals and can lead to numerous benefits, such as increased fat oxidation, conversion of white fat cells to metabolically active brown fat cells,[3] improved blood sugar tolerance,[1,4,5] reduced inflammation,[6] better lipid profiles,[1,5] increased bone density,[7] and protection from kidney disease.[8]

L-BAIBA's mechanism involves upregulating two important metabolic pathways, PGC-1 alpha and PPAR alpha,[3,9] which increase mitochondrial content and energy production in cells.[10]

Dandelion Root (250mg)

Dandelion is a plant that has been used medicinally for centuries and contains various bioactive components with beneficial properties such as anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-diabetic, and immune-boosting effects. Modern research has confirmed dandelion's diuretic properties,[11] as studies have shown that dandelion extract increases urinary volume and frequency. It works acutely and can help the body eliminate excess water. 

Dandelion also contains vitamins and minerals, including potassium, which can replenish what is lost during diuresis.[11] Furthermore, dandelion supports liver and kidney function and has hepatoprotective properties that can protect against injuries caused by substances like acetaminophen.[12]

Thyrotide (225mg)

Thyrotide is kelp powder standardized to 1% iodine. Iodine is critical for proper thyroid function[13] has become a growing concern due to various factors such as fluoridation and chlorination of water,[14] the addition of bromine in bread, the decrease in the use of iodized salt, and the lack of iodine-rich foods in Western diets.

The re-emergence of iodine deficiency can lead to low-level hypothyroidism, resulting in weight gain, fatigue, lethargy, and mood swings.

CaloriBurn GP (20mg)

CaloriBurn GP is a premier form of grains of paradise extract developed by NNB Nutrition. Grains of paradise, derived from the ginger family, is a flavorful spice known for its bioactive components such as 6-paradol, 6-gingerol, 6-shogaol, and 6-gingerdione.[15,16]

Grains of paradise has the ability to activate brown adipose tissue,[17] the metabolically active type of fat that burns energy instead of storing it.[18] Mechanistically, grains of paradise increases nerve activity in brown adipose tissue, raising its temperature and exhibiting thermogenic properties.[19]

Human studies have shown that grains of paradise extract leads to increased energy expenditure,[20] reduced visceral fat, and a higher number of calories burned per day.

GBB (20mg)

Gamma-butyrobetaine (GBB), a pro-carnitine ingredient that helps the body generate more L-carnitine,[21-23] is involved in fatty acid transport to the mitochondria. GBB works thermogenically, increasing heat production and sweat during exercise. Carnitine has various health and weight loss benefits,[24] particularly in individuals with low carnitine levels. 

The body utilizes an enzyme called gamma-butyrobetaine dioxygenase to convert GBB into carnitine.[21,22] This process of generating carnitine from GBB is thermogenic, leading to increased sweat production[33] for most individuals, especially during training.

CapsiAtra (20mg)

CapsiAtra is a sweet pepper extract standardized to 2.3% Dihydrocapsiate. Dihydrocapsiate provides metabolic benefits such as increased thermogenesis and energy expenditure without the increase in heart rate.[25] Similar extracts have shown that it can raise body temperature in mice by stimulating vanilloid receptors.[26]

Optimized metabolic performance

Like Michelangelo’s chisel, supplements are tools. While they can’t replace a keyed-in training regimen or a fine-tuned diet, they can help provide the biological edge required to carve the perfect work of art.

One of the most fundamental components of optimal health is your metabolism. It is your engine. If it’s weak and inefficient, you’re left listless and accumulating pounds despite your best efforts. On the other hand, a smooth, efficient metabolism will do much of the work for you: it will melt away the excess and help you retain the vitality and energy required to pursue excellence.

The issue, of course, is that for many reasons, our metabolisms may require a kickstart. Ember Non-Stim helps provide that initial spark, allowing your body to take care of the rest automatically.

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
John J.
Ember non-stim has been an

Ember non-stim has been an effective tool in losing weight. I stack it with my preworkout or take one serving in between meals in the afternoon. It's a powerhouse product with clinical doses of patented ingredients. I appreciate that inspired doesn't hide behind a proprietary blend like most other companies.

Natasha E.
Great product!

Used with LGND and have noticed results after just a couple weeks!

Tommy C.
Love it

I take this in the afternoon and evenings to keep my caffeine intake down. This stuff really works. Focus and sweat is great

Liz T.
Didn’t know….

I didn’t know what to expect when I first started taking Ember Thermo since other brands have really messed with my stomach or kept me dizzy. So far, I’ve noticed an increase in sweat & im excited that it doesn’t contain any caffeine. That’s what won me over. I Powerlift so when I don’t have volume or cardio during my workouts, I never used to sweat, until now!

Beatriz G.
Best thermo I’ve tried!

I’ve tried different thermos and this one by far has been the best :raised_hands::skin-tone-4: Love that it is non stim and can be mixed with my Pre


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