BURN SLIM TABLET

BURN SLIM FAT BURNER WEIGHT LOSS TABLET

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BURN SLIM TABLET is a special proprietary blend of GARCINIA CAMBOGIA EXTRACT (HydrocyCitric Acid 60%), GreenTea Extract (Catechin50%), Conjugated Linolic Acid, L-Carnitine and White Kidney Bean Extract.

The Garcinia Cambogia plant has been used as an herb added to foods in Indonesia for hundreds of years. It is believed to be an appetite suppressant and a fat blocker. Our Garcinia product is an all natural, safe, and effective weight loss supplement.  It’s all natural ingredients can help you feel at ease knowing that you aren’t putting anything unnatural or artificial into your body.  It supports weight loss by suppressing your appetite, boosting your metabolism, and increasing your energy levels.  It also blocks fat cells from forming, which in turn, causes you to burn fat for energy. It also increases your serotonin levels, which is great for emotional eaters.  If your serotonin levels are low, you are more likely to be depressed and/or stressed, which can cause you to overeat. Garcinia Cambogia helps to regulate those levels to keep you from doing that.  Our formula has 60% HCA, which helps aid in weight loss.  HCA stands for hydroxycitric acid, which is the natural extract that burns fat.

It also contains 60% HCA. What is HCA? HCA (Hydroxycitric Acid) is produced from the rind of the garcinia fruit. According to studies, it helps to block fat production that is normally produced by sugars and carbohydrates. This limits the fat that your body creates and instead turns to burning stored fat as energy. This is known as “healthy weight loss”, which is what we help our customers focus on. It helps create calm, happy people, instead of the stressed out anxious people you run into every day. Why is healthy weight loss important? Because targeting your weight loss at the stored fat is what you really want instead of water weight or muscle tissue of other weight loss plans.


HCA is a competitive inhibitor of ATP citrate lyase, a key enzyme which facilitates the synthesis of fatty acids, cholesterol and triglycerides. Previous studies in our laboratories have demonstrated the superior bioavailability of a novel calcium-potassium salt of HCA derived from Garcinia cambogia (HCA-SX, Super CitriMax). Greater bioavailability of HCA-SX was observed when taken on an empty stomach. HCA-SX was also shown to exhibit concentration-dependent release of serotonin in isolated rat brain cortex, which may explain its appetite suppressive action. Acute oral, acute dermal, primary dermal irritation, primary eye irritation and 90-day chronic toxicity studies, as well as Ames bacterial reverse mutation and mouse lymphoma tests, were assessed to determine the safety of HCA-SX. In the 90-day toxicity study, dose- and time-dependent effects of HCA-SX were assessed on body weight, selected organ weights, hepatic and testicular lipid peroxidation and DNA fragmentation, hematology and clinical chemistry, and histopathology in male and female Sprague-Dawley rats. No remarkable toxicity results were detected, demonstrating the safety of HCA-SX. Furthermore, clinical studies to evaluate the safety and efficacy of HCA-SX over a period of eight weeks were conducted in 60 human volunteers. Subjects were given a 2,000 kcal diet/day, participated in a 30 min walking exercise program 5 days/week and given an oral dose of placebo or 4666.7 mg HCA-SX (providing 2,800 mg HCA) in three equally divided doses 30-60 min before meals, Body weight, BMI, lipid profiles, serum leptin, serotonin and excretion of urinary fat metabolites were determined at 0, 4 and 8 weeks of treatment. At the end of 8 weeks, body weight and BMI decreased by 5.4% and 5.2%, respectively. Food intake, total cholesterol, LDL, triglycerides and serum leptin levels were significantly reduced, while HDL and serotonin levels, and excretion of urinary fat metabolites (a biomarker of fat oxidation) significantly increased. No significant adverse effects were reported. These results demonstrate the safety, bioavailability and efficacy of HCA-SX in weight management.1Department of Physiology, Medicine and Pathology Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC 20057, USA.

Green Tea, Intermittent Sprinting Exercise, and Fat Oxidation.

Fat oxidation has been shown to increase after short term green tea extract (GTE) ingestion and after one bout of intermittent sprinting exercise (ISE). Whether combining the two will result in greater fat oxidation after ISE is undetermined. The aim of the current study was to investigate the combined effect of short term GTE and a single session of ISE upon post-exercise fat oxidation. Fourteen women consumed three GTE or placebo capsules the day before and one capsule 90 min before a 20-min ISE cycling protocol followed by 1 h of resting recovery. Fat oxidation was calculated using indirect calorimetry. There was a significant increase in fat oxidation post-exercise compared to at rest in the placebo condition (p < 0.01). After GTE ingestion, however, at rest and post-exercise, fat oxidation was significantly greater (p < 0.05) than that after placebo. Plasma glycerol levels at rest and 15 min during post-exercise were significantly higher (p < 0.05) after GTE consumption compared to placebo. Compared to placebo, plasma catecholamines increased significantly after GTE consumption and 20 min after ISE (p < 0.05). Acute GTE ingestion significantly increased fat oxidation under resting and post-exercise conditions when compared to placebo.

1. Department of Exercise and Sport Science, Charles Darwin University, Ellengowan Drive, Casuarina, Northern Territory 0811, Australia. daniel.gahreman@cdu.edu.au.
2. School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, High Street, Randwick, Sydney, New South Wales 2052, Australia. rose.wang589@gmail.com.
3. School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, High Street, Randwick, Sydney, New South Wales 2052, Australia. y.boutcher@unsw.edu.au.
4. School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales, High Street, Randwick, Sydney, New South Wales 2052, Australia. s.boutcher@unsw.edu.au.

Safe systemic protection from the health hazards of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) in sunlight is desirable. Green tea is consumed globally and is reported to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may be mediated through the impact on cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase pathways. Recent data suggest that Green Tea Catechins (GTCs) reduce acute UVR effects, but human trials examining their photoprotective potential are scarce.

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