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Transports fat into the mitochondria of cells so that the fat can be burned for energy. Download Clinical Research
Chromium Picolinate helps insulin to be more responsive in the cells and helps the body move glucose into the muscle cells to be utilized as energy instead of being stored as fat. Download Clinical Research Research 2
May help with weight loss and maintenance by balancing insulin, Cortisol, Leptin and Adiponectin. Green tea is a stimulant and may promote energy expenditure and fat oxidation. The catechins in green tea combined with caffeine may positively affect BMI. Download Clinical Research 1 Research 2
A safe, natural supplement for weight management that suppresses appetite. It promotes fat oxidation inhibiting ATP-citrate lyase and lowers the levels of leptin in obese subjects. Download Clinical Research Research 2 Research 3
Licorice flavonoids suppress abdominal fat accumulation and increase in blood glucose levels. Download Clinical Research Research 2
Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B-5) Is converted into CoA (Coenzyme A) which is involved in regulating the production of energy from the breakdown of fats and carbohydrates. CoA is also involved in fat catabolism and may alleviate hunger and weakness experienced during dieting. Download Clinical Research
Phenylalanine is a potent releaser of the satiety hormone cholecystokinin (cck) which tells the brain it is no longer hungry. Download Clinical Research Research 2
Thermogenic foods like Cayenne ingested with green tea can be helpful in reducing energy intake and can support weight loss (abdominal fat loss) by sustaining satiety and suppressing hunger. Download Clinical Research Research 2
May alter the levels of ATP, an energy molecule that may affect hunger, therefore suppressing appetite . Download Clinical Research
Provides enhancement of nutrient transportation into the blood, increasing ingredient effectiveness. Bioperine® also aids in weight loss by enhancing natural thermogenic activity. Download Clinical Research
Produces a significant increase in the resting metabolic rate and is effective in inducing weight loss and reducing body fat more than diet and exercise alone, without increasing heart rate or blood pressure or causing other adverse effects. Download Clinical Research
Apple cider vinegar is an all natural ingredient that cleanses the body of toxins, promotes good blood circulation, helps improve digestion and lowers the body's stores of fat. Download Clinical Research Research 2 Research 3
May reduce your desire to eat and stimulate thermogenisis. When taken with green tea there is evidence that the combination of antioxidants and caffeine speeds up the metabolism and burns fat. Download Clinical Research
Vitamin B12 can become low while dieting and it is involved in the metabolism of every cell in the human body, this includes the synthesis and regulation of fatty acids and it is needed for the production of energy. Download Clinical Research
Yerba Mate's has a thermogenic ability. (A heating that may increase fat loss). One of the compounds in Yerba Mate, chlorogenic acid also aids in blood sugar balancing and reducing the accumulation of visceral fat. Download Clinical Research
Plays an integral role in the metabolism of fats, particularly fatty acids which are unsaturated. Vitamin B6 helps with the regulation and production of the thyroid. Vitamin B6 ensures the proper function of the metabolism system. Download Clinical Research
Promotes the healthy functioning of the thyroid, adrenal and pituitary gland. Tyrosine may suppress the appetite and reduce body fat. Tyrosine deficiency could slow you metabolism, tyrosine supplementation may help revive a dormant metabolism if an individual is tyrosine deficient. Download Clinical Research
Gymnemia sylvestre has been shown to reduce blood sugar and can also reduce the taste of sugar therefore lessening cravings for sugars and sweets. Read Research Summary
Ginger has cholesterol-lowering actions in addition to thermogenic and antibiotic activities. Read Research Summary