Thin Ice Is First Ever Weight Loss Clothing Line

Looking to burn about 500-1000 calories a day just by wearing your clothes?

You might want to highly consider purchasing Thin Ice, which is new technologically-advanced apparel that hacks your metabolism and is proven to help you lose weight.

The inventor of this new clothing line is Adam Paulin, who is also a former NCAA athlete and now a widely-known personal trainer in Toronto, Canada.

“Based on estimates derived from our prototypes, competitors and scientific literature we estimate that you'll be able to burn between 500 and 1,000 calories a day, just by wearing our clothing for the recommended duration,” says Paulin.

Thin Ice is certainly high-tech clothing. The insoles and vests they are offering diet fanatics’ functions by making your body think its temperature has dropped. This means that when you use the insole in your shoes and put the lightweight vest on your body is hacked and you begin losing weight right away.

When you first slip on your shoes with the insoles in them and put on the vest you will quickly feel as if you just jumped into an ice cold pool. But the cold feeling quickly goes away as your body adjusts in a matter of three to five seconds.

“If you do feel the chill you can always adjust the temperature of your Thin Ice clothing via smartphone to accommodate your comfort level,” explains Paulin. “At Thin Ice, we want to have a long-term weight-management relationship with you. It's not in our best interest to scare you away by making you uncomfortably cold.”

Thin Ice: The Metabolic Hack

So here is how this technology works. According to Paulin, your body can be tricked into believing it’s in a colder environment “than it actually is by stimulating specific regions with cold temperatures." With this trick at play your metabolism gets kicked into overdrive and immediately begins burning fat.

The insole and vest are equipped with thermoreceptors which target different areas throughout the body. The thermorceptors let your body know it is cold, but at the same time they prompt a metabolic hack that provides heat in the core.

“As the core’s blood warms, it then must be pumped all the way to the extremities,” says Paulin. “The best part of this process is that your body does all this calorie-expensive work automatically without you even having to think about it.”

This new line of apparel utilizes cutting-edge Peltier cooling chips and they are powered up by a rechargeable battery.

What makes this new invention even more unique is that it comes with an app so that you can control the temperature of your clothing so you always comfortable.

You have to wear the insoles and vest on a daily basis (the vest can be worn under a dress shirt). 

Get Fit And Trim

Sure, some might think that the Thin Ice technology is nothing but hocus-pocus. But think again. Paulin is a neuroscience and psychology graduate from the University of Toronto and his invention is based on theories and research published in leading journals: Scientific American, The New England Journal of Medicine, and The Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology.

“I've spent a lot of time asking myself how we can hack our bodies into optimal performance using science. There is a certain satisfaction in making your body do your bidding,” says Paulin.

So, will people who want to lose weight turn to the Thin Ice clothing line as a solution? The answer is yes. People who are serious about losing weight will try anything to help them burn fat. And since Paulin’s invention is backed by science and is proven to work, then there is no doubt that his products will be a huge success.

Thin Ice also offers consumers socks and t-shirts.

Each insole and vest retails for $99.00 (USD).

Sep 5, 2015
by Serena Dorman
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 Very cool!! Serena

 Very cool!!

Serena Dorman

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