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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Green Tea Improves Circulation

August 8, 2008

Green Tea improves blood circulation by being a vasodilator. Green Tea significantly decreases levels of the bad cholesterol, oxidized LDL. Green Tea also decreases the levels of an immune protective enzymes that fights oxidized LDL, called anti-oxidized LDL IgM antibodies.

Journal of the American College of Nutrition, Vol. 27, No. 2, 209-213 (2008)
Published by the American College of Nutrition

Green Tea Reduces LDL Oxidability and Improves Vascular Function

“This study found that consumption of green tea extract by women for five weeks produced modifications in vascular function and an important decrease in serum oxidizability.”


Grapes & Green Tea Protect from Alzheimer’s

June 19, 2008

An ingredient inside grapes, green tea & chocolate blocks the toxic amyloid beta that can build up in the brain causing Alzheimer’s. This study was done on mice but the mice took the same amount of polyphenolic compounds inside grapes that an average person can take per day.
An analysis of the grape seeds used showed the major active ingredients are catechin and epicatechin, which are also abundant in tea and cocoa.

Another antioxidant from grapes that has been in the news lately is resveratrol. Resveratrol seems to only be effective at protecting against Alzheimer’s at extremely high doses. Catechins in the extract product studied appear to be effective at practical doses.

The Journal of Neuroscience
June 18, 2008 • Volume 28 Number 25 www.jneurosci.org
p 6388
Grape-Derived Polyphenolics Prevent A Oligomerization and Attenuate CognitiveDeterioration in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s DiseaseJun Wang, Lap Ho, Wei Zhao, Kenjiro Ono, Clark Rosensweig, Linghong Chen,Nelson Humala, David B. Teplow, and Giulio M. Pasinetti