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HyperLean- Swinney Nutrition

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HyperLean has been produced by Swinney Nutrition, as an incredibly potent stimulant based fat burner. Much like the namesake, with an excellent diet, great exercise routine, and hyperlean you can reach a state of hyper-leanness. On your way to reaching hyper-leanness, energy will no longer be an issue, and neither will focus. The ingredients operate together in order to reduce appetite, ramp up metabolism, and mobilize fat. Get ready to get HYPERLEAN!

Suggested use:

As a dietary supplement, take 1 tablet with food to assess tolerance.
Morning: Take 1 (up to 2) tablets with breakfast. 
Afternoon: Take 1 tablet with lunch. Do not exceed 3 tablets in 24 hours.

 

HyperLean F.A.Q.

R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine and N-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine

Class: Stimulant, Fat Burner, Appetite Suppressant 
What: R-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine (RMPEA) and :N-Beta-Methylphenylethylamine (NMPEA) are extremely powerful stimulants. 
How: RMPEA and NMPEA are naturally occurring neuromodulators in humans. These compounds act as an agonist on TAAR1 (Trace Amine Associated Receptor 1). One of the effects of TAAR1 being activated is to increase cAMP in presynaptic cells. These amines will improve energy, mood, and metabolism, while reducing appetite.

 

Bitter Orange Extract

Class: Stimulant 
What: Bitter orange extract is a stimulant with effects on fat loss. 
How: Bitter orange extract is a beta (like ephedrine) and alpha adrenergic receptor agonists (like yohimbine). Through these mechanisms bitter orange extract functions to increase conversion of stored body fat into free fatty acids, which are then utilized as energy. Also, through these actions on the adrenergic receptors bitter orange extract contributes to suppression of appetite.

 

Phenylethylamine HCl

Class: Stimulant 
What: Phenylethylamine HCl (PEA) acts as a stimulant in the body, and can improve fat loss. 
How: PEA enters the blood-brain barrier and then exerts effects on the central nervous system (CNS). PEA stimulates the release of beta-endorphin, as well as nor epinephrine and dopamine. PEA also blocks the breakdown of dopamine, which further increases the dopamine levels. Through these means PEA improves focus, concentration, reduces appetite and speeds up the metabolism.

 

Caffeine Anhydrous

Class: Stimulant
Synonyms: 1,3,7-trimethyl-1-H-purine-2,6(3H,7H)-dione, 3,7-Dihydro-1,3,7-trimethyl-1H-purine-2,6-dione, methylxanthine, teaine (erroneous), mateine (erroneous). 
What: on the most common stimulants and psychoactive compounds in the world. We need to know that caffeine has many secondary effects on the body, as well. 
How: Caffeine redirects bloodflow in the brain toward the prefrontal cortex, which is the area responsible for attention, and strategizing. Caffeine also indirectly increases epinephrine (adrenaline), and dopamine. Increasing these chemicals in the brain increases alertness, and the burning of fat by converting fat into free form fatty acids in order to contribute to fat burning. 
Additional notes: high doses of caffeine prior to workout increase the testosterone to cortisol ratio.

 

Green Tea Extract

Class: Antioxidant, Hearth Health, Fat loss 
What: an extract made from green tea, standardized for polyphenols and EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate). This extract is used to burn fat and reduce inflammation. 
How: Green tea extract contains potent antioxidants in the form of catechins, most notably EGCG. Notably, green tea extract increases insulin sensitivity, improves body composition and reduces fat. This is likely facilitated by green tea extract’s ability to slow the breakdown of norepinephrine by acting on CoMT (catechol-O-methyl transferase, an enzyme responsible for the breakdown on the stimulatory neurotransmitter known as norepinephrine).

 

Theobromine

Class: Stimulant. 
What: Theobromine is often used as a vasodilator, and a diuretic, as well as a stimulant 
How: Theobromine has similar action in the body to caffeine, in that it binds to the adenosine receptors, as an antagonist (or agent exerting the opposite effect of the chemical the receptor is typically meant for). Theobromine exerts a milder effect on the nervous system than caffeine, but still does increase the release of dopamine and norepinephrine.

 

Naringin

Class: Antioxidant, Bioflavonoid 
What: a flavonoid from grapefruit, which is very similar to hesperitin. 
How: Naringin demonstrates strong anti-inflammatory effects, reduction in cholesterol levels, reduces negative effects of alcohol consumption, and acts as an antioxidant.

 

5-Hydroxytryptamine HCl

Class: Neurotransmitter 
What: A neurotransmitter known as serotonin. 
How: 5-HTP is an alternate name for serotonin. Serotonin has many roles in the human body. Among these roles is satiety, happiness, tranquility and focus.

 

Methylhexanamine

Class: Stimulant 
What: Methylhexanamine is a potent stimulant known to increase energy, focus, heighten senses, reduce appetite and burn fat. 
How: Methylhexanamine increases norepinephrine and dopamine, which then act to stimulate the central nervous system. This results in greater energy, focus, reduced appetite and increased metabolism.

 

Indian Snakeroot

Class: Blood Pressure Support, Mild sedative. 
What: Indian snakeroot is a plant with active constituents, which act as a sedative. 
How: Indian snake root operates by lowering blood pressure through means of mild sedation. The active constituent responsible for this is reserpine. Reserpine operates by depleting neurotransmitters from nerve endings present in the peripheral sympathetic system, and it does this by blocking the vesicular monamine transporter, which is responsible for transporting norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.