GONE FIT EXTREME - 60 CAPSULES
Gone Fit Extreme
- Dicaffeine Malate: Provides a sustained release of caffeine to stimulate a phased release of energy while inducing a kindling effect in adipocytes for fat loss. Unlike other types of caffeine, Dicaffeine Malate is gentle on the stomach and doesn’t cause any GI distress.
- Caffeine Anhydrous (1,3,7-trimethylxanthine): Is the stripped down analog to natural caffeine that quickly elevates mood, boosts energy levels & alertness, suppresses appetite and increases metabolism.
- Naringin (Citrus Bioflavonoid): Is a potent antioxidant that has shown an ability to block inflammatory pathways and stimulate metabolic enzymes that restore energy metabolism for optimal fat burning and blood sugar control.
- Grains of Paradise Paradoxine® (Aframomummeleguata): A spice native to Africa, Grains of Paradise increases overall energy expenditure which means you burn more fat even while resting.
- Macuna Pruriens L-Dopa: Delivers the euphoric polyphenol L-Dopa, a precursor to the neurotransmitter Dopamine. L-Dopa can elevate mood, and give you the heaven storming drive to succeed in your endeavors.
- Isopropylnorsynephrine: Is a potent lipolytic alkaloid that activates β-2 and β-3 adrenoreceptors flipping the switch in fat tissue for increased thermogenesis, fat burning and appetite suppression.
- Noopept: Is the most popular and effective nootropic that enhances all areas of cognition such as perception, attention, learning, judgment, coordination, and memory.
- Alpha Yohimbine: Is a time-tested popular alkaloid that synergizes with caffeine and synephrine to promote thermogenesis, fat loss, and appetite suppression.
- Huperzine A: Inhibits acetylcholinesterase (AChE) which protects the memory neurotransmitter acetylcholine from being broken down. Huperzine A boosts overall working memory processes allowing for sustained focus and energy.
The team here at Endeavor Labs worked for two years to bring you Gone Fit Extreme, the supplement industries most potent, effective stimulant, nootropic, thermogenic. Gone Fit Extreme works at the level of the cell, to flip the switch on cognition, fat-burning, thermogenesis, appetite suppression, and all day energy.
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