Friday, June 4

What Is Adipexin Made Of?

WEIFANG, CHINA - JULY 24:  Overweight students...Image by Getty Images via @daylife
Another weight loss product caught my attention: Apidexin. Its ingredients consist mainly of natural plant extracts whose side effects are either minimal or none. According to some Apidexin reviews, consumers experience side effects only when they ingest more than the recommended dosage.

Apidexin's ingredients are similar to other weight loss products, except for ThermoDiamine, which is uncommon. ThermoDiamine came from the unripe fruit of Evodia Rutaecarpa. Its fat burning benefits are similar to Capsaicin (cayenne pepper), but without the burning sensation and indigestion.

ThermoDiamine also stimulates the production of catecholamines like Epinephrine and Nor-Epinephrine from the adrenals. Catecholamines help burn fat in a healthy way, which produces no negative side effects. Another benefit from ThermoDiamine's main active ingredient, Evodiamine, is increased peripheral heat loss without affecting the body's core temperature.

Other ingredients in Apidexin include Fucoxanthin, an extract from the Wakame seaweed, Hijiki seaweed, and the green and red seaweeds used in Japanese dishes. Fucoxanthin appears to target a protein called UCP1 that increases the rate at which abdominal fat is burned. It also increases production of DHA, one of the omega-3 fatty acids that are good for the heart.

However, this does not mean that if you consume large amounts of seaweed, you will benefit from the Fucoxanthin in it. Seaweed contains iodine, which when consumed in high doses can cause iodine poisoning.

Another ingredient of Apidexin comes from Black Pepper (Piper nigrum L) or Long Pepper (Piper longum L), which contain Piperine. From these fruits comes an extract called Bioperine, which increases absorption of nutrients from supplements and foods.

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