Max Muscle’s Quadra Cuts Extreme

July 20, 2009

Quadra Cuts Extreme

Quadra Cuts Extreme is a stimulant based time release dieting aide. Quadra Cuts Extreme contains Green Tea, Caffeine, Synephrine, carnitine, arginine and other fat burning substances.  Quadra Cuts Extreme helps increase metabolism and decrease appetite. Synephrine is the closest legal substitute to ephedra.  Carnitine acts as an enzyme to break fat down to burn it as energy.  Quadra Cuts Extreme ignites your metabolism and slows down your cravings for bad food.

Servings = 30 servings/2 tabs per serving

Directions = Test your tolerance by taking 1 tablet with food.  If well tolerated, take another tablet 4 hours later with food.  After tolerance test you may take 2 tablets with food or up to 8 oz of water without food.  Do not take after 6 PM.  May cause sleeplessness.  Do not exceed 6 tablets per day.

Ingredients = Green Tea, Caffeine, Synephrine, carnitine, arginine and other fat burning substances.

available @ Max Muscle San Diego

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.   This product information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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Caffeinated Coffee May Make You Fat

May 29, 2008

A study released today shows Caffeinated Coffee interferes with how you use insulin. The cause of Type 2 Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, Hypoglycemia & Obesity all have insulin insensitivity as a major root cause. The major cause of getting fat is insulin insensitivity.

“Conclusion: The ingestion of CC with either a high or low GI meal significantly impairs acute blood glucose management and insulin sensitivity compared with ingestion of DC. Future investigations are warranted to determine whether CC is a risk factor for insulin resistance.”

In other words; taking in as little as 5 mg of caffeine from coffee interferes with how your body uses and stores carbohydrates and fats. The more insulin you need to deal with carbohydrates the more your body turns those carbohydrates into fat. Taking as little as 5 mg of caffeine reduced insulin sensitivity by 40% with a sugary meal & 29% with a more complex carbohydrate meal.

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 87, No. 5, 1254-1261, May 2008
© 2008 American Society for Nutrition