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Burner 80 

The powerful, all-natural fat burner and blood-sugar regulator.

✓ 100 % organic & vegan

✓ 455 mg / 120 capsules

 

 

 

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Burner 80 / Fat BurnerDescription

Want a supplement to help you to naturally control your weight and lose body fat?

Meet Burner 80: The powerful, all-natural fat burner and blood-sugar regulator.

Burner 80 is formulated using only organic ingredients, which possess anti-adipogenic and antihyperglycemic properties. These provide a range of benefits to maximize fat-loss and improve your overall health.

 

What can Burner 80 do for you ?

• Manage body weight

• Block fat storage

• Treat metabolic disorders

• Improve “good” cholesterol

• Control blood sugars

• All-round health promotion

 

The burner 80 product combines the best natural, herbal extracts with potent fat-burning properties. It can be used to treat obesity, antihyperlipidemic conditions, and other metabolic disorders. The daily dose of Burner 80 (4 capsules) contains 300 mg of EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) and boasts 80 mg of naturally derived caffeine from the green tea extract which increases your metabolic rate helping you to burn fat.

 

Core ingredients :

 

Organic pagoda (sophora japonica L.) standardized to contain 95% rutin.

Rutin can remove fat by maintaining the filtration of fat in the liver.

 

 

 

The formula also boasts two stains of organic green tea extract (80% polyphenol/17% caffeine/35% EGCG and 95% polyphenol/50% EGCG).

The Burner formula was created after thorough research of its unique combination of green tea extract with an epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG)/caffeine mixture, which provides a positive effect on weight loss and weight management. In addition, research also supports the positive effect of an EGCG/caffeine mixture on weight loss and weight management. [1,2]

 

 

Organic gymnema sylvestre extract (50% gymnemic acid).

The primary phytochemical present in gymnema sylvestre extract is gymnemic acid. Evidential data supports the usefulness of formulations with gymnemic acid in curbing obesity.

 

 

Organic dandelion extract (5% taraxol).

The dandelion extract has antioxidant properties and reduces oxidative stress.

 

 

Organic turmeric (50% curcumin).

Curcumin is the principle phytochemical present in turmeric, and its adipocyte inhibitory effect can effectively treat obesity. [3]

 

 

Organic long pepper extract (5% piperine).

This formula also contains a small quantity of long pepper, which is a source of piperine. Piperine can improve obesity-related lipid profiles and reduce the risk of excessive fat-related metabolic disorders.

 

 

Please find the references in the detailed description tab.

Detailed Description

Detailed Description of Burner 80 :

 

Burner 80 has fat-burning properties to effectively manage weight, treat obesity, and help reduce the effects of associated metabolic health aliments.

All herbal ingredients used in this product are organic, lessening the scope of exposure to dangerous chemicals through the intake of these natural ingredients. Organic farming practices are designed to be more sustainable, emphasizing conservation and the reduction of pollutants. Research also supports that organically sourced food items are healthier and may be higher in bioactive compounds and nutrients. [4]

This product is not recommended for individuals who are on diabetic medications, due to its hypoglycemic effects. Co-administration of diabetes medications can cause severe hypoglycemia, which can be dangerous.

 

Organic pagoda (sophora japonica) 95% rutin.

Scientific name: Sophora japonica L.

Part used: Flower

Properties:

  • Pagoda extract can reduce serum and hepatic triglycerides and serum totals, as well as increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. [5]
  • Pagoda extract regulates lipid and glucose metabolism. [6]
  • Pagoda extract can help decrease lipogenicity. [6]

Phytochemicals in this ingredient inhibit adipogenesis and provide an anti-adipogenic effect. Therefore, pagoda extract can prevent weight gain in cases of high-fat, diet-induced obesity. Pagoda is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine, but its potential health benefits made this herb popular in Western medicine 

Pagoda is native to eastern China and Japan, and the extract is a rich source of rutin and other phytochemicals, such as polyphenolic compounds and flavonoids. The administration of pagoda extracts can help inhibit weight gain.  It can also reduce serum and hepatic triglycerides and serum totals, as well as increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol.

Pagoda extract contains sophoricoside, which can inhibit lipid accumulation in liver cells and also maintain glucose metabolism by activating 5′ adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase (AMPK). It also decreases the transcription of key lipogenic genes. [5,6]

 

Organic green tea extract (80% polyphenol/17% caf/35% EGCG)

Scientific name: Camellia sinensis L.

Part used: Leaves

Properties

  • Sympathetic activation enhances fat oxidation. [7]
  • The prolonged release of norepinephrine increases energy expenditure in the postprandial period. [7]

The health benefits of green tea are widely known and accepted. The anti-obesity effects of green tea are utilized as in weight-management beverages and drink preparations. Based on research findings, the possible mechanism of action is that epigallocatechin-3-gallate of green tea catechins and caffeine significantly activate sympathetic activity, enhance fat oxidation in the liver, and alter fat storage in the body. The sympathetic activation prolonging the release of nor-epinephrine and increase energy expenditure.  [7]

 

Organic green tea extract (95% polyphenol/50% EGCG)

Scientific name: Camellia sinensis L.

Part used: Leaves

Properties:

  • Fat oxidation is enhanced by thermogenesis and altering substrate oxidation. [8]
  • Green tea contains strong antioxidant properties. [9]

Tea was first cultivated in India and China. The polyphenols present in green tea possess antioxidant properties. The catechin present in green tea beverages can effectively distribute fat in overweight patients. The main green tea catechin, epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), can increase fat oxidation in obese patients. It has been found that thermogenesis and the altering substrate oxidation property of catechin can increase fat oxidation. [8] In addition, green tea boosts fat metabolism and reduces fat accumulation. [9]

 

Organic gymnema sylvestre extract (50% gymnemic acid)

Scientific name: Gymnema sylvestre L.

Part used: Leaves

Properties

  • Gymnema sylvestre can significantly decrease blood glucose levels and restrict glucose accumulation. [10]
  • Gymnema sylvestre assists in calorie burn. [10]
  • Gymnema sylvestre has potential hypolipidemic effects. [11]

This plant is a perennial, slow-growing plant native to central and western India, tropical Africa, and Australia. The active constituents of gymnema sylvestre are gymnemic acids, gymnemasaponins, and gurmarin. Among these phytochemicals, gymnemic acid is useful against obesity. Gymnemic sylvestre has a potential effect on the reduction of high blood glucose levels by blocking sugar-binding sites and therefore inhibiting sugar molecules to accumulate in the body. The accumulation of carbohydrates in the body is also responsible for increased body weight (obesity).  Hence, gymnema sylvestre extract helps take care of “empty calories” and prevents the body from storing excess fat. [10] It also possesses hypolipidemic properties. [11]

 

Organic dandelion extract (5% taraxol)

Scientific name: Taraxacum officinale

Part used: Roots

Properties:

  • Potent antioxidant properties reduce oxidative stress. [12]
  • Hepatic enzyme-regulating properties can control lipid peroxidation and prevent hypercholesterolemia. [12]

Folk medicine of Greece and China has used dandelion for treating multiple health aliments for centuries. This plant is native to Asia, but is cultivated worldwide. The antioxidant properties of dandelion extract are able to reduce oxidative stress. This herb is also capable of regulating hepatic enzymes and controlling lipid peroxidation in the liver. Thus, it is effective in preventing hypercholesterolemia and associated comorbidities, including cardiac disorders. [12]

 

Organic turmeric (50% curcumin) 

Scientific name: Curcuma longa

Part used: Rhizome

Properties:    

  • Anti-adipocytic effects reduce adipose (fat) tissues. [14]
  • Cortisol-lowering effects decrease appetite. [14]

Turmeric is an herbaceous perennial plant native to India. Turmeric is a well-known herb due to its anti-inflammatory properties and health-promoting effects.  The distinctive color and flavor of turmeric are due to its curcumin content. Curcumin is the principal phytochemical present in turmeric, and its adipocyte inhibitory effect can be effective in treating obesity. [13] Curcumin can also counteract inflammatory conditions of adipose tissue and insulin resistance. Besides the anti-adipocytic effects, curcumin furthermore possesses cortisol-lowering properties. Increases in cortisol can increase stress and provoke behavioral changes, leading to appetite increase. [14]

 

Organic long pepper extract (5% piperine)

Scientific name: Piper longum

Part used: Dried fruits

Properties:

  • Piperine improves lipid profiles in obese subjects without affecting the appetite. [15]
  • Piperine acts as a bioavailability enhancer of curcumin. [16]

This formula contains a small quantity of long pepper, which is a source of piperine. Piperine can improve obesity-related lipid profiles and reduce the risk of excessive fat-related metabolic disorders, including dyslipidemia, coronary heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and mellitus. [15] In addition, one research study showed that co-administration of a small quantity of piperine increases the bioavailability of curcumin and provides the synergistic, beneficial health effects.  [16]

 

 

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  2. Thielecke F, Rahn G, Böhnke J, Adams F, Birkenfeld AL, Jordan J, Boschmann M. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate and postprandial fat oxidation in overweight/obese male volunteers: a pilot study. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2010 Jul;64(7):704-13. doi: 10.1038/ejcn.2010.47. Epub 2010 Apr 7. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20372175
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Composition

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Use

SUGGESTED USE :

As a dietary supplement, take 2 capsules with a glass of water at breakfast and lunch time. Avoid eating at night.

 

CAUTION :

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a healthy balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Keep out of reach of children. Contains caffeine (80mg / 4 capsules), this product is not intended for use during pregnancy, breastfeeding, by children and by persons under the age of 16. Avoid eating after meals. Not recommended for people undergoing antidiabetic treatment. Do not use if taking anticoagulants. Consult your doctor or pharmacist before use. Store at room temperature, away from direct sunlight.

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