New iPad Mini Giveaway & LeCheek SALEATHON

Posted by Sam Hong Thu, 01 Nov 2012 20:20:00 GMT

LeCheek Fans: Who Wants a FREE iPad Mini?

What do you get when you combine smokin’ hot deals on the HOTTEST new line of sports supplements AND a chance to bag the HOTTEST new Apple iDevice? The LeCheek month long SALEATHON and iPad Mini Giveaway…only at NutraPlanet!

Step 1:

So how do I sign up? [one entry]
Gain 1 free entry by visiting the NutraPlanet Facebook Group page and hit “Like” on the this post: Facebook Group: LeCheek iPad Mini Giveaway

If you’re not a member, click “Join Group” in the upper right corner and we’ll get you added ASAP, then find the thread entitled “LeCheek Fans: WHO WANTS TO WIN A FREE IPAD MINI?” & simply click the “Like” button in the post. That will gain you 1 FREE entry into the drawing.

ETA FOR DRAWING: FIRST WEEK OF DECEMBER, 2012.

Step 2:

Beef up your odds and your muscles to WIN! [2 entries or more]
Get an additional 2 entries for EACH LeCheek product you purchase during the month of November: LeCheek Nutrition Supplements

And, to help further celebrate this event, NutraPlanet will be offering weekly deals on select LeCheek products at UNBEATABLE prices all month long…so take advantage of the sick deals and your chance to win your very own iPad Mini!

THIS ROUND’S LECHEEK DEAL OF THE WEEK ARE

Speed X3 (40 Servings)
Reg Price: $79.99
Sale Price: $18.85

intraTest Xtreme (247 g)
Reg Price: $89.99
Sale Price: $23.49

OVERTRAIN IF YOU DON'T WANT TO GAIN!

Posted by Darren Tue, 30 Oct 2012 20:39:00 GMT

We are a society with a “more is better” attitude. More money, more convenience, more luxury…more, more, more! However, when looking to build more muscle, sometimes more is less. One of the major reasons that trainees fail to build the physique they desire is they do too much in the gym! They either do too many sets, work out for too long, or train too many days per week. The result? OVERTRAINING…and with it comes little to no gains in size or strength (and in severe cases, muscle loss, illness, and/or depression).

What many trainees fail to realize is that every time we workout, we make massive inroads into our recovery abilities. We put ourselves in a situation where our bodies need to actually “heal”before it can grow. And this does not only go for our muscles, but our CNS (central nervous system) as well. Not only does the body need to repair the microtrauma that occurs within muscles during training, but it must also restore hormonal and neurotransmitter balance, reboot the immune system, and clear free radicals from the system. Think of a workout as digging a large hole in the ground, complete recovery as filling the hole, and muscle growth as creating a mound of dirt on top of the filled up hole. When you overtrain you will be digging a whole that is too big for your body to fill, which means you will never have the opportunity to pile dirt on top! No extra dirt means no extra muscle!

My feeling is that the problem lies in most of today’s bodybuilding publications. We see the professionals looking freaky and massive, and read how they train twice per day, six days per week, and do 20 or more sets per body part! Most figure, “If that’s how they got that massive, the same principals must work for me!”What many fail to realize, however, is that because of steroids, growth hormone, and a plethora of other drugs, coupled with ideal genetics, and quite possibly no 9 to 5 job to worry about, the pros are able to train far more than most without suffering any ill effects. In fact, their bodies actually thrive on it! That is not the case for the genetically average, drug free trainee, with a regular job to tend to daily. Trying to follow the routine of a pro bodybuilder will spell disaster for most of us, leading many down a road of frustration, and some to even quit altogether! So, what is the ideal way to train for maximum gains in size and strength? Well, there are several effective ways to train, but to list them all goes beyond the scope of this article. However, there are some general rules that I feel should be followed by the drug free bodybuilder in order to avoid overtraining and to optimize gains:

1) Train no more than 4 days per week: There is simply no need to train more than 4 days per week Some people with poor recovery ability might be better off with only three training days per week Train on the days that are most convenient for you, but make sure you pay attention to rule # 2.

2) Train no more than 2 days in a row: In my experience, with myself and with those I have trained, after two straight days in the gym there is a need to take 1-2 days off. I have seen how time and again, strength and muscular endurance take a large dip after 2 straight days of intense training. Also, I have noticed that when the average person trains 3 or 4 straight days, that the immune system becomes compromised, making you more susceptible to illness or injury. Remember, we do not grow in the gym, but at home while we rest.

3) Workouts should last no more than 60-75 minutes: There is scientific evidence that after this period of time, that testosterone levels begin to drop and cortisol begins to rise dramatically. This will drag your body down by making it more difficult to achieve an anabolic (growth-inducing) state once the workout has ended. Besides, there is no reason a workout should take longer than this. If it does, chances are you are doing to many sets and/or exercises, or, you are being far too social in the gym. If you are serious about getting big then get in the gym, do what you have to, and get out. My advice is to use a powerful pre-workout energizer/focus enhancer like PNI’s PRODIGY to help you maximize every rep of every set because it is intensity that builds muscle, not volume.

4) Work sets for larger muscle groups should be between 8 and 10: If you focus and concentrate 100% of your mental and physical effort into each working set there is no reason you need any more volume than this. Those that do 12, 15, or 20 sets for large body parts are obviously not training very hard, or there would be no way they could withstand this many sets. Once you have stimulated a muscle to grow, doing more sets will not stimulate the muscle any further, but will only take away from your ability to recover from your workout.

5) Work sets for smaller muscle groups should be between 6 and 7: See above rule.

6) Mostly free weight compound movements should be used: While I have nothing against machines and cables, there is no doubt that the best muscle builders are free-weight compound exercises. Huge physique were built in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s with little more than barbells and dumbbells. The balance and concentration is takes to lift free weights activates more muscles, more muscle fibers, and “excites” the nervous system more than machines or cables do. If you talk to most of the biggest guys around, almost all of them will tell you that they built most of their mass with basic exercises like bench presses, deadlifts, squats, military presses, bent rows, barbell curls, and lying tricep extensions. There is nothing wrong with using machines or cables, but if you want to get huge, make free-weights the cornerstone of your program.

7) Most work sets should be in the 6-12 rep range: Studies have shown that lower reps (1-5) tend to build strength and higher reps (13 -20) muscular endurance. That does not mean that they cannot build ANY muscle, just that those rep ranges are not optimal when hypertrophy is the main goal. The rep range of 6-12 keeps the muscle fibers under tension for an ideal amount of time, and with enough resistance to affect growth. For your work sets you should shoot to reach momentary muscular failure somewhere between the 6thand 12th rep.

8) Strict form must be used: Using strict form on all of your exercises will assure that you are stimulating the muscle that you are wishing to target. Those that “throw” the weights up when doing side laterals or barbell curls, for example, are only cheating themselves out of growth. The primary reason that people do this is to create the illusion that they are stronger than they are. But take anyone that can “cheat curl” 150 lbs and make them do the movement strictly and you will find that they might barely be able to curl 110 lbs. Interestingly, if someone were to strictly curl 110 lbs for 6 reps vs. swinging up 150 lbs for 6 reps, they would receive much more biceps growth with the lesser weight. Once you reach failure using strict form, THEN it is ok to use momentum (to a reasonable degree) to try and extend your set a bit further.

Combine the above guidelines with a proper diet, sufficient rest, and a solid supplementation program, and you will build the best physique that your genetics has to offer.

Check Out Premium Nutraceuticals (PNI) for UNBEATABLE SALE PRICES!

USPLabs Jack3d Vs. MuscleTech NeuroCore

Posted by bbeck Mon, 29 Oct 2012 14:32:00 GMT

USPLabs Jack3d Vs. NeuroCore by MuscleTech

If you’re struggling to get through your daily exercise routine, you’ll want to consider a good pre-workout drink to help you break through those dreaded plateaus. You should make sure when choosing a pre-workout supplement that it consists of high-fiber carbohydrates, a good amount of protein, and sugars. With all the pre-workouts on the market today, choosing one that is right for you can be difficult. Luckily, products like USPLabs Jack3d and NeuroCore MuscleTech offer a huge boost of energy and concentration, strengthening muscles as you achieve that awesome pump.

 

Protein is an essential ingredient for your pre-workout, boosting energy to allow optimal performance. Adding in supplements like those we will discuss here with a great shot of protein can jump start your workouts, helping you to blast through every last routine.

 

Fat burner ingredients like 1,3-Dimethylamylamine HCl and Yohimbe Extract are found in both Jack3d from USPLabs and NeuroCore. These ingredients help you get rid of unwanted fat while aiding your body’s transformation from flab to hard, tough muscle.

 

USPLabs Jack3d

Jack3d from USPLabs will help give users the best pumps during their workout. As a top supplement for your pre-workout routine, Jack3d combines ingredients such as citric acid and caffeine with a scientifically researched mix of nitric oxide and energy boosting ingredients. Jack3d gives “just the right amount” of focus and energy, taking your workout routine to the max.

Main Ingredients:

Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate

Creatine Monohydrate

Beta Alanine

Caffeine

1,3-Dimethylamylamine HC1

Citric Acid

What makes it different?

Jack3d’s main ingredient Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate is an amino acid that enhances nitric oxide production, which can lead to amazing pumps and crazy vascularity. Adding in a shot of caffeine helps boost metabolism and allows you to last longer during a hardcore workout routine without taking more scoops unlike NeuroCore’s formula.

 

MuscleTech NeuroCore

NeuroCore’s Beta-alanine, L-Citrulline and Creatine Hydrochloride ingredients are guaranteed to deliver superior training experiences from your pre-workout. Pure caffeine drives NeuroCore to quickly deliver a surge of energy, enhancing your routines with every dose. NeuroCore’s compound stimulates mental focus as well as enhancing your body’s muscle building potential.

Main Ingredients:

NeuroCore™ Complex

Beta-Alanine (as CarnoSyn®)

Creatine HCl

L-Citrulline

L-Theanine

Caffeine Anhydrous

Rhodiola Extract

Yohimbe Extract

Deanol Bitartrate (DMAE)

What makes it different?

NeuroCore is a powerful supplement, but needs to be taken at a slightly higher dose than Jack3d. NeuroCore users can safely use up to 3 scoops a day mixed with 12-oz of water (do not exceed 3 scoops in 24 hours). Jack3d users should not surpass 2-scoops daily.

 

Conclusion of USPLabs Jack3d VS MuscleTech Neurocore

While some believe that L-Citrulline (a main ingredient of NeuroCore) may be more effective than supplemental Arginine, both Jack3d and NeuroCore will help you achieve that amazing pump while you train. Jack3d appears to be more concentrated, requiring fewer scoops than NeuroCore. With Jack3d you may notice a stronger energy enhancing and fat burning effect due to the combination of ingredients 1,3-Dimethyl and caffeine. 1,3-Dimethyl also aids cognition and alertness. On the other hand, NeuroCore has added ingredients such as Rhodiola and DMAE for their benefits with not only brain function but also immune system due to their antioxidant effects. NeuroCore also has yohimbe, which in addition to its fat burning benefit also may aid vascularity and testosterone. Both Jack3d and NeuroCore offer great benefits, so whichever you choose, you’re sure to get a superior pre-workout drink.

Driven Sports Craze Vs. USPLab Jack3d Supplements

Posted by bbeck Fri, 19 Oct 2012 19:25:00 GMT

Driven Sports Craze Vs. Jack3d Supplements

You know that working out in the morning is going to start your day right. Not only are you going to get in shape, but it’ll also help you to strengthen focus, prolong energy, and have that euphoric feeling carry you through your day. But you just can’t seem to get out of bed. You know you need something to get you motivated. With all the pre-workout supplements on the market promising you insane energy and concentration, you’re not sure which one to pick. Your friend at the gym says Driven Sports Craze is the best thing since sliced bread and your co-worker swears that Jack3d is the best hands down. So what’s the difference?

 

Driven Sports Craze Supplement

Driven Sports Craze uses scientific research to formulate this pre-workout. Instead of using Arginine as its nitric oxide booster, Driven Sports relies on Citrulline. L-Citrulline is an amino acid that converts to Arginine in the body. This, in turn, helps boost nitric oxide to give you those skin bursting pumps while you train. Another added benefit of citrulline is its ability to aid blood circulation to deliver essential nutrients to the muscles, which helps your body to recover from that grueling workout. Craze combines citrulline with Vitamin C to enhance its nitric oxide and recovery benefits.

Driven Sports decided to go against the grain by using Dendrobex rather than 1,3-Dimethylamylamine as its energy source. Dendrobex is an extract of Dendrobium, an orchid species found in China traditionally used as an energy booster. It’s also said to help hydrate the body, which can be beneficial during an intense training session.



Main Ingredients of Driven Sports Craze:

Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid)

Kinesis™ Proprietary Blend

Trimethylglycine (Betain Anhydrous)

Creatine Monohydrate

L-Citrulline, Dendrobex™ (Dendrobium Extract)

B-Phenylethylamine HCl, Citramine™ (Citrus reticulata Extract)

Caffeine Anhydrous

 

What makes  Craze by Driven Sports different?

Craze embraces ingredients that are non-traditional pre-workout ingredients. In its Kinesis™ Proprietary Blend, Driven Sports relies on citrulline citing that it is a superior nitric oxide booster and it also aids recovery. Driven also uses Vitamin C to safeguard citrulline’s nitric oxide benefits as well as enhance your immune system. Instead of 1,3-Dimethyl, they use Dendrobex to boost energy. This product uses cutting edge ingredients to not only kick start your energy and nitric oxide levels pre-workout, but also give your immune system a major boost.

 

Jack3d Supplement By USPLabs 

USPLabs Jack3d uses a more traditional approach to their ingredients to send your energy levels “through the roof” and give you that crucial pump while you train. USPLabs relies on Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate to aid nitric oxide production thereby increasing blood circulation and vascularity. Not only does AAKG help you achieve that intense pump, but it also aids strength.

Using the popular ingredient 1,3-Dimethylamylamine HCl, Jack3d ensures that you will have insane energy to get through that excruciating workout. 1,3-Dimethyl is extracted from geranium. Although 1,3-Dimethyl has been compared to ephedrine, its benefits appear to surpass ephedrine. Not only does it send your energy levels soaring, but it also acts as a stimulant to your Central Nervous System. With Jack3d, you may experience heightened concentration and mood. Other possible benefits include decreased appetite to aid weight loss.


Main Ingredients:

Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate

Creatine Monohydrate

Beta Alanine

Caffeine

1,3-Dimethylamylamine HC1

Citric Acid

Natural Lemon-Lime Flavor

 

What makes Jack3d different?

Jack3d uses Arginine Alpha-Ketoglutarate, a popular pre-workout ingredient, to give you that pump and vascularity while you work out. The added benefit of AAKG’s positive impact on strength also makes it a desirable ingredient. Including 1,3-Dimethyl in USPLabs’ formulation ensures that you’re going to get insane energy while you’re working out. In addition to its energy benefits, 1,3-Dimethyl also may benefit alertness and fat loss. Taking a more traditional approach, USPLabs Jack3d incorporates well-known ingredients to create a powerful pre-workout.

 

Conclusion of Jack3d VS Driven Sports Craze

Both Jack3d and DS Craze offer excellent pre-workout nutrition as well as nitric oxide and energy benefits. For those wanting recovery and immune system benefits, Craze is the pre-workout for you. Craze is a great choice if you want a pre-workout that doesn’t have 1,3-Dimethyl but doesn’t sacrifice is the energy boost. If you’re looking for extra strength support as well as appetite suppression, you don’t have to look further than Jack3d. Another appealing feature of Jack3d is that it doesn’t contain a bunch of fillers or artificial colors. So if you want a pre-workout that delivers just the essential ingredients without unnecessary fluff, you’ve got the perfect supplement in Jack3d. Whether you decide on Jack3d or Craze, you’re assured that you’ve got an effective pre-workout that will deliver the goods.

 

Five Bodybuilding Blogs That You Haven't Checked Out Yet

Posted by E. Spencer Tue, 04 Sep 2012 14:42:00 GMT

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There are a few staple bodybuilding blogs and forums out there we all know about. But how about a fresh perspective? The five blogs listed below are just that. Some of these blogs are written with a personal touch that makes for highly addictive reading.

1) Biolayne – If you’re looking for a legit blog from a scholarly source, Layne Norton features an excellent balance of written posts and video content. Layne has his PhD in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Illinois. His blog features categories such as Training, Nutrition, Contest Prep, and News.

2) Straight to the Bar – Scott Bird and his army of contributors run this blog that delivers a wealth of information in a playful, easy to read format. This comprehensive site covers every bodybuilding topic you’ve ever wondered about, including supplement reviews.

3) Fabodylous – Want to get pumped up and inspired? Wee Kiat’s blog speaks frequently about motivation. He’s a bodybuilder who gives his readers a tremendously personalized narrative. He chronicles his journey and his recent competitions, making this a great blog for someone who’s interested in competing.

4) Lift-Run-Bang – You’re a hard-core bodybuilder looking to get the latest info. This up-to-date blog contains detailed routines and overall excellent content that has a new post for readers almost every day.

5) Grow Stronger – You’re a no nonsense kind of person, so let’s cut to the chase. This blog sacrifices frills to deliver the goods with interesting takes on current events and free e-books on building muscle and other topics.

What other blogs do you like to read? Let us know, we at Nutraplanet always like to hear what you think.

Photo: DreamShoot by Marcel Steger

THE SALE OF EPIC PROPORTIONS: 2012 NUTRAPLANET LABOR DAY SALE!

Posted by Sam Hong Thu, 30 Aug 2012 13:18:00 GMT



OVER 100 ITEMS ON SALE FOR 1 WEEK ONLY!!!

Get ready for an earth shattering land slide of savings headed your way with the 2012 NutraPlanet Labor Day Sale…with a monumental line up of savings, this sale can only be summarized in one word: EPIC!

This year we have an onslaught of hard hitting, top quality supplements from the brands you love. With over 100 products on sale, you’re sure to find what you’re craving at the lowest prices around.

To top it off, we’re also offering FREE SHIPPING when you buy one of our sponsored companies products. That’s FREE GROUND SHIPPING on your entire order! So stock up and save on everything, but don’t delay…this sale is for one week only (or while supplies last)!

The New USPlabs Jack3d Micro

Posted by Sam Hong Fri, 03 Aug 2012 17:29:00 GMT

Are you ready for the most anticipated release in supplement history? USPlabs is soon to release the second coming of their most popular pre workout powder, Jack3d Micro. Beta Testers have claimed amazing results from their initial trial of Jack3d Micro and comparing to a cleaner, smooth energy that lasts.

The ingredient panel for this new ground shaker has been kept locked in the USPlabs vault, but it is known that the new USPlabs Jack3d Micro contains unique patented and trademarked compounds that make the product extremely potent, requiring only 2 tiny scoops to yield massive results.

The micro technology of Jack3d Micro contains zero artificial dyes and here’s the total shocker…no creatine or beta-alanine. It appears that what’s under the hood of the new Jack3d Micro is completely revamped from the ground up.

So what’s in Jack3d Micro and when will it be unveiled to the public? This is one of those where you’ll just have to wait and see…but rest assured, NutraPlanet has been one of the few hand selected retailers by USPlabs to run an exclusive sale. So check back August 14th for the premier rollout of Jack3d Micro at NutraPlanet!

NutraPlanet July 4th Sales Event

Posted by Sam Hong Mon, 02 Jul 2012 19:25:00 GMT

Celebrate this Independence Day with explosive savings during our Red, White, & Blue Sales Event!

Savings up to 84% or more on your favorite supplement brands. Sale ends Monday July 9th.

PRICES GOOD ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

NutraPlanet Mustang GT Giveaway Winner!

Posted by Sam Hong Wed, 13 Jun 2012 18:41:00 GMT

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Nutraplanet, a premier online retailer of sports nutrition and supplements, announced SPC. Alexander Brandt, Airborne as the winner of their New Year’s contest. SPC. Brandt won the grand prize – a brand new black 2012 Ford Mustang GT.

SPC Brandt entered the contest in order to take advantage of the major discounts during Nutraplanet’s annual New Year’s sale. SPC Brandt was overwhelmed when owner Sam Hong notified him. “I never thought I would win. I never win anything,” SPC Brandt said. SPC Brandt conveyed that winning the Mustang gave him a sense of hope while far from home. He also said he was looking forward to coming back to his new muscle car.

SPC Brandt is currently deployed in Gardez, Afghanistan. He received basic combat training in Fort Leonard Woods, Missouri. He then went on to become a Medical Laboratory Specialist Graduate of Madigan Army Medical Center in Fort Lewis, Washington. SPC Brandt was an Enlisted Honor Graduate of the U.S. Army Airborne School at Fort Benning, Georgia before deployment.

“On behalf of myself and my team at Nutraplanet, we want to give our heartfelt thanks to SPC Alexander Brandt for his brave service to our country,” Hong said. “We want to congratulate him and we can’t think of anyone more deserving of a brand new Mustang. Nutraplanet always wants to support our military and we are so pleased to be able to give this Mustang to SPC Brandt. We hope he has a lot of fun with his new car!”

Founded eight years ago by Sam Hong, Nutraplanet strives to give customers the best possible online retail experience. They are committed to providing deep discounts, prompt shipping, great selection, and excellent customer service. Nutraplanet is a recipient of the prestigious Inc. 5000 Award for being one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S., further cementing its position as a leader in the online supplement industry.

Choosing the Right Lipo 6 for You

Posted by E. Spencer Tue, 12 Jun 2012 17:58:00 GMT

Now that swimsuit season is here, you want to make sure you rock that new bikini. You know that you want one of the hottest fat burners on the market – Lipo 6. But with all the different Lipo 6 products that Nutrex offers, how can you choose the one that’s right for you? We’ll break down the differences between Lipo 6 Black Hers, Lipo 6 Hers, and Lipo 6X to make choosing the right fat burner easier for you.

Lipo 6X Fat Burner


Lipo 6 X (120 caps)

Unlike Lipo 6 Hers and Lipo 6 Black Hers, Lipo 6X is designed for use by both women and men. Lipo 6X aids weight loss primarily through its Synthetic Thermogenesis Activating Complex, which contains N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine, a more powerful form of phenylethylamine (PEA). Although known as a mood enhancer, N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine also aids fat loss by helping to increase dopamine levels. Dopamine may act as an appetite suppressant. Additionally, it also acts as a stimulant to give you that boost of energy in the gym. The synergistic combination of N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine with B- Phenylethylamine HCL increases the potency of PEA in Lipo 6X over Lipo 6 Hers and Lipo 6 Black Hers. Another ingredient in Lipo 6X, Tyramine HCL helps to release norepinephrine. Norepinephrine assists thermogenesis to help you burn more fat. Lipo 6X differs from the rest by including guggulsterones in its formulation. Guggulsterones helps you to lose weight by assisting thyroid function, which regulates metabolism. Not only do guggulsterones aid thyroid function, but it also may help to lower cholesterol.

Because Lipo 6X contains stimulants like caffeine, it may cause insomnia if taken too close to bedtime. If you are sensitive to stimulants, you may want to consider another weight loss product. Stimulants also can affect blood pressure, so if you have hypertension, you may want to try another fat burner. Lipo 6X may cause dehydration, so make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Also, Lipo 6X may affect thyroid function so people with thyroid conditions should consult a doctor before taking this product.

Lipo 6 Hers Fat Burner



Designed for women, Lipo 6 Hers contains methylsynephrine, which has been called a chemical cousin to ephedrine. However, it has been said that it does not cause the jittery side effects of ephedrine. Methylsynephrine may improve thermogenesis by aiding the release of norepinephrine. It also assists brain function to help keep you focused in the gym. Although Lipo 6 Hers does contain stimulants, users have reported that it does not make them feel jittery. Lipo 6 Hers also helps suppress appetite with hoodia. Hoodia Gordonii helps to curb your appetite by stimulating the part of your brain that controls hunger. Not only does Lipo 6 Hers help you lose weight, but it also helps your hair. Lipo 6 Hers contains biotin, a member of the B-Vitamin family. Biotin is popular among women because it may help to reduce hair loss and may improve hair strength. Biotin also may help with brittle nails.

Even though it may contain fewer stimulants than other fat burners, Lipo 6 Hers should not be taken close to bedtime because it may cause sleeplessness. The hoodia in Lipo 6 Hers may decrease thirst; so make sure you are hydrated. Women who are diabetic may want to talk to their doctor before taking Lipo 6 Hers because hoodia may decrease appetite.

Lipo 6 Black Hers Fat Burner


Lipo 6 Black Hers (120 Black-caps)

Lipo 6 Black Hers takes women’s fat burners to a whole other level. The new formulation of Lipo 6 Black Hers contains Coleus Forskohlii, an herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine. Coleus Forskohlii helps to increase cAMP levels, which may activate hormone sensitive lipase, or HSL. HSL helps to release stored fat so it can be used for fuel. Research suggests that zingerone, found in ginger, also aids fat loss by preventing the body from storing fat. Lipo 6 Black Hers also includes ingredients to support women’s health. Calcium supports bone health to prevent osteoporosis, which is common among women. Vitamin D not only aids bone health, but it also supports immune function. Additionally, a deficiency of vitamin D may also make it harder for you to lose weight.

Because Lipo 6 Black Hers contains stimulants, it may cause insomnia if taken too close to bedtime. It also may affect blood pressure due to ingredients like yohimbine, so you may want to find another fat burner if you have high blood pressure. Citrus aurantium may cause photosensitivity, so you may want to avoid tanning beds. Some people have reported migraine headaches from using citrus aurantium.

Lipo 6X Lipo 6 Hers Lipo 6 Black Hers
Made For Men/Women Women Women
Similarities Burn fat, Supress appetite, Gives energy.
Differences Increase thermogenesis. Supports thyroid function. Boost of energy, Increased focus, Healthy hair and nails. Nutritional support for women.
Description For men and women. Increase thermogenesis. Supports thyroid function. Suppress appetite. Boost of energy. Improve fat burning. Increased focus. Decreased hunger and thirst. Healthy hair and nails. Burns stored fat. Improves energy. Suppresses appetite. Nutritional support for women.
Side Effects May cause insomnia. Elevated blood pressure. May cause dehydration. Sleeplessness. Dehydration. Loss of appetite. May increase blood pressure. Jitteriness. May cause increased blood pressure. May increase sensitivity to sunlight. May cause headaches.
Directions Take 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capules in the afternoon. Take 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capules in the afternoon. Take 3 capsules in the morning and 3 capsules in the afternoon.
Dosage 4 capsules/day. 4 capsules/day. 6 capsules/day.
Ingredients Synephrine HCL, Yohimbe HCL, B-Phenylethylamine HCL, N-Methyl-B-Phenylethylamine, Tyramine HCL, Hordenine, Caffeine Anhydrous, Synthetic Guggulsterones Z & E 1:1, Glycerin, Purified USP Water B-Phenylethylamine HCL (Beta-PEA), Methylsynephrine HCL, Synephrine HCL, Caffeine Anhydrous, Hoodia Gordonii, Yohimbine HCL, Folic Acid, Biotin *Note: This is the old formulation that is currently being sold. Nutrex is in the process of reformulating this product: Vitamin D (As Cholecalciferol), Folic Acid (As Folate), Vitamin B12 (As Cyanocobalamin), Calcium (As Calcium Carbonate), Iron (As Iron Amino Acid Chelate), 3,5 Diiodo-L-Thyronine, Iodine (as Potassium Iodide), Yohimbine HCL, Yohimbe, Alpha-Yohimbine (as part of Yohimbe), Caffeine Anhydrous, Beta-Phenylethylamine HCL, 1,3 Dimethylamylamine HCL, Zingerone, Theobromine Anhydrous, Evodiamine, Hordenine HCL, 1-Methyl Caffeine

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