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            What are the ingredients in Anorectant No.10?

            The ingredients are rare and difficult to work with, but when combined, it's like throwing gasoline on your fat burning furnace.

            1,3,7-trimethylxanthine: Also known as anhydrous caffeine, it acts as a central nervous system stimulant and is synergistic with other compounds at promoting lipolysis (fat burning) much more so than when taken by itself. It also improves alertness and provides a boost of energy further stimulating your metabolism.

            Choline BiTartrate: This molecule reduces fat buildup in the liver, and it boosts mental capacity, which is experienced as stimulating because it delays fatigue allowing you to train longer and harder. Additionally, it lowers cholesterol, and it may also decrease swelling and inflammation an obvious benefit to athletes and bodybuilders.

            L-Tyrosine (4-hydroxyphenylalanine): This is an amino acid used by your body to synthesize protein. Of interest in burning fat is the fact that Tyrosine is a precursor of your thyroid hormones and your neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and dopamine. And Tyrosine can lengthen the appetite suppression window of other diet supplements.

            Paullinia sorbilis (22%): Also known as guarana, this is the seed of a plant about the size of a coffee bean and containing about double the amount of caffeine. Some research has indicated that Paullinia sorbilis will make you feel satiated or full, suppressing your appetite.

            L-Carnitine L-Tartrate: Research has shown that in weight lifters their androgen receptor content may increase from supplementing with L-Carnitine L-Tartrate. This would increase your testosterone uptake and recovery benefiting muscle building and, in turn, your metabolism.

            L-Theanine: This is an amino acid derived from green tea. It is used to treat anxiety and high blood pressure making it a welcome addition to a stimulating fat burner; however, it does not promote drowsiness. Research has shown it to be synergistic when combined with caffeine to promote faster reaction times.

            1,3,7,9-Tetramethyluric Acid: Also known as theacrine, it is synthesized from caffeine, but whereas caffeine loses its stimulatory effectiveness over time, it is believed that your body does not become habituated to 1,3,7,9-Tetramethyluric Acid. It has been shown to boost exercise performance and to promote a sense of well-being.

            Acetyl L Carnitine Granulated: Is an amino acid that helps the body produce more energy. It is broken down in your blood into carnitine which transports fatty acids for breakdown.

            Taraxacum Officinale: This is a flavonoid that is a mild diuretic.

            Rauwolscine: More commonly known as alpha-yohimbine (alpha Y) Rauwolscine is related to yohimbine but without the side effects of anxiety and elevated cortisol. Rauwolscine blocks the -2 adrenoceptors in your body which are the ones that cause you to hold on to the difficult-to-get-rid-of pockets of fat in the areas like the lower abs and love handles in men and the hips and thighs in women. When these receptors are blocked, our noradrenaline can now burn this fat that was before so hard to attack. It also stimulates your metabolism, is a vasodilator promoting insane pumps and has the same pro-sexual side effects that yohimbine has.
             
            Updated: 10 Oct 2018 08:08 AM
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