Body fat regulation is dependent up on 1) calorie/energy balance and 2) lipid balance. Simply put, losing fat requires more calories to be burned AND more of those calories to come from body fat. Burn Xtreme™ commandeers the body’s natural fat burning processes and kicks them into overdrive. Specific ingredient were selected to increase metabolic rate and lipolysis to strip away body fat and bring you the lean, cut physique you desire.
Caffeine accelerates the metabolism to increase the amount of calories burned while also stimulating adrenaline to open up body fat storages.
Yohimbe Extract complements caffeine by keeping necessary fat-burning neurotransmitters active.
L-Theanine and Theacrine help take the heavy stimulant edge off and keep you focused.
Extreme fat burning can only be achieved by burning more fat calories. Burn Xtreme™ is perfectly engineered to maximize both processes and deliver results.
Caffeine is a xanthine molecule with pronounced biological effects
Caffeine causes adrenaline release
Adrenaline gives us the best of both worlds – increased calorie burn and increased fat burn.
Beta-phenethylamine is an alkaloid that is active within the central nervous system.
Adaptogenic, the body releases Beta-phenethylamine during stressful situations
Aids in dopamine and norepinephrine release
Yohimbe Bark Extract
Yohimbe Bark is an aphrodisiac used to increase vigor
Yohimbine helps keep adrenaline active within the body for prolonged energy and intensity levels.
It modulates the adrenergic receptors to help keep fat burning processes active
An amino acid that can help improve cognitive performance
Improves calmness and anxiety, especially in response to caffeine-induced anxiety
Enhances attention and mood
Improves sleep quality, which may affect weight loss
A natural herb that contains L-DOPA which can be converted to dopamine
Mucuna is often used in improving vigor, libido, and testosterone in men
It may reduce stress, preventing unwanted weight retention
Trademarked Grains of Paradise which has been shown to activate BAT (Brown Adipose Tissue) & aid in thermogenesis.
Increases metabolic rate (i.e., caloric expenditure) in a small, potent dose
Activates the metabolically active, highly thermogenic Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT)
Non-stimulatory thermogenic that’s safe to use any time of day
Gamma-Butyrobetaine ethyl ester HCl has been shown to increase plasma carnitine levels by up to 300%.
Increased thermogenesis & the "sweat effect"
Known as "Super Carnitine"
BioPerine is made from black pepper extract with a high concentration of piperine.
Piperine significantly increases the bioavailability of some dietary supplements
Q: What is the best way to take Burn Xtreme?
A: Take one (1) capsule 30 minutes before breakfast or before morning workout. After assessing tolerance an additional capsule may be taken 4-5 hours later. Do not take past 5pm. Do not exceed the recommended dosage.
Q: Can I take any other supplements with Burn Xtreme?
A: Yes, for a lean and muscular body, stack Burn Xtreme with Amino Prime.
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Yohimbe Bark Extract
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Siberian Ginseng Extract
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