(PEA) is an endogenous neuroamine
that increases attention and activity in animals.
It is also your body's most powerful natural
stimulant. Interesting in that PEA improves
mood as rapidly as amphetamine but does not
produce tolerance. Okay, natural PEA is good.
And synthetic amphetamine is bad. Though they
share many common positive affects, the latter
is not a good option due its own negative
affects. Got it? Another interesting reality
found in PEA research is its unique ability
to stimulate striatal acetylcholine release.
Big deal? Well this neurotransmitter positively
affects everything from sense of hunger with
benefits to mood, focus and stress.
is an interesting and well know compound,
certainly nothing new to the supplement industry.
But there is some valuable research that shows
a lot of potential benefits. Yes, everyone
already knows that it is noted as a compound
that increases energy significantly. In one
rat study and several human studies, caffeine
has show to have appetite suppressive value.
Naturally most dieters cheat and can use all
the will power they can get. Another study
has shown caffeine to decrease fat redeposit
and aid thermogenesis through fat oxidation.
In part this appears to result in suppressed
leptin (you know, the fat regulating hormone)
Octopamine and Synephrines all have
a positive effect upon beta-3 receptors thus
increasing the rate of thermogenesis and metabolic
rate. Many have compared the affects to those
of ephedra mostly in a positive sense. Let
me explain that a little better. Several studies
have found that patients who achieve only
a small weight loss during dietary therapy,
and have a tendency to weight regain, are
characterized by lower energy expenditure,
lower sympathetic activity, and a reduced
ability to mobilize fat stores, compared with
patients who are more successful at losing
weight. It is reasonable to improve or normalize
these traits by supporting the dietary approach
with pharmacological manipulation of central
and peripheral pathways. Agents that stimulate
adrenergic neurons are particularly suitable
because they offer mechanisms for temporarily
inhibiting hunger and for stimulating energy
expenditure, lipolysis and fat oxidation.
individually and combined the combination
of these multiple ingredients produces a unique
effect. Research has substantiated the many
positive user feed-back factoids about Cocoamine,
including increased energy, appetite suppression,
lipolysis (fat burning), improved mood, improved
concentration, increased alertness, improved
physical performance, aphrodisiac properties,
and health benefits. When correctly processed,
all of these benefits become a reality.