FINAL CUTZ® is a Cutting-Edge Lipid Oxidizer and Focus Intensifier.
The new and advanced FINAL CUTZ® formulation was created to help eradicate adipose tissue while improving focus, concentration and promoting a sense of clarity.*
L-Carnitine is a quaternary ammonium compound biosynthesized from the amino acids methionine and lysine. L-Carnitine is essentially a fancy taxicab molecule that transfers fats to the mitochondria where they can be oxidized for energy. Studies suggest it plays a potential role in reducing fat mass, as well as a potential role in increasing muscular force output. L-Carnitine may also prove beneficial recovery from eccentric muscle actions in strength-trained athletes.*
Green Tea Extract
Green tea, in combination with its natural caffeine content, is suggested to enhance thermogenesis, as well as inhibit the effects of catechol-O-methyltransferase, an enzyme known for triggering the breakdown of brain chemicals involved in regulating appetite. Green tea may also fight the decrease in metabolism that typically accompanies weight loss.*
Caffeine is the most commonly consumed drug in the world, as it is inexpensive, medically safe and legal. Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant and promotes mental alertness and focus while facilitating overall body coordination.* It has been shown to increase physical endurance and delay onset of fatigue. In combination with other ingredients (as seen in Final Cutz®), caffeine seems to aid in short-term weight reduction.*
Irvingia gabonensis can be found in West Africa on the wild or bush mango tree. Studies suggest that irvingia gabonensis seeds may support cholesterol levels, already in healthy range, due to their high fiber content; the fiber extracted from these nuts helps cholesterol to be removed from the body.* These seeds may also play a role in fat cell reduction and increase lipid metabolism.*
Phenylethylamine HCl is a natural monoamine alkaloid well-known for its stimulant and psychoactive effects. Research has suggested that it functions as a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system of mammals. Enhanced mood and weight-loss related benefits have been reported when utilized as a dietary supplement.*
Synephrine is an adrenergic amine that allows for the release of adrenaline and noradrenaline by stimulating beta-3 receptors which may support a fast metabolic rate. Synephrine and various alkaloids can be found in citrus fruit juices, particularly in bitter orange products and certain mandarin cultivars. Claims have been made that synephrine may facilitate the breakdown of lipids, increase metabolism, and increase energy levels.*
Derived from amino acid tyrosine, Tyramine is a naturally occurring monoamine compound and trace amine that acts as a catecholamine releasing agent. Similar to synephrine, tyramine can cause the release of stored monoamines, such as dopamine, epinephrine and norepinephrine, which may play a potential role in lipolysis (release of fatty acids from white adipose tissue).*
Evodiamine is a bioactive alkaloid extract from the Evodiae Fructus plant. Extracted from studies using isolated cells and rodents, evodiamine can increase core temperature and manipulate the secretion of catecholamines from adrenal glands. It stimulates the vanilloids to reduce the uptake of fat and enhance the natural rate of burning fat. It also introduces a significant thermogenic effect that may enhance this fat burning process.*
Sclareolide is a natural extract of the clary sage plant that proposes ergogenic benefits such as increases in energy levels and preservation of lean muscle mass throughout a weight loss regimen. Sclareolide increases ATP conversion to cAMP, an intracellular messenger that accelerates several cellular processes including thyroid production and lipid metabolism.*
This is the N-methyl derivative of the compound, Phenylethylamine. N-Methyl-Phenylethylamine is an isolated amine from Acacia rigidula that has been suggested for its fat burning properties and energizing effects.*
Bioperine® is an extract from the black pepper fruit that is grown in the nutrient-rich soil regions of southern India. This extract of piperine has been clinically tested in the United States and has been shown to significantly enhance the bioavailability of various supplemental nutrients via increased absorption rates.*
Chromium Picolinate, in combination with other elements such as L-Carnitine, has been suggested as an effective aid for weight loss. It is a nutritional supplement that works to increase the efficiency of insulin to optimal levels. It combines the element of chromium, a naturally-occurring mineral found in everyday foods like meat, poultry, fish, and whole-grain breads, and picolinic acid. Combining chromium with picolinic acid essentially enhances the efficiency of chromium absorption which is necessary for insulin to be optimally effective.*
This revolutionary formula combines everything you need to provide you with that 'shredded' look you've been aiming for. Try Final Cutz® and start melting fat today!*
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