Phoenix | Fat Burner
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The clinically effective dosages of synephrine, naringin, and hesperidin speed up your metabolism, the EGCG, forskolin, and hordenine help you burn fat more efficiently, and the 5-HTP helps you better control hunger and cravings.
PHOENIX also contains no caffeine or other harsh stimulants, artificial food dyes, fillers, or other unnecessary junk, so that means none of the jitters, nausea, or crash that are so common with other fat burners.
All that is why it has over 790 reviews from customers on Amazon.com with a 4-star average, and another 280+ on our websites, with a 4.5-star average.
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Ingredients & Use
Synephrine is a chemical compound found in certain types of citrus fruits (particularly the bitter variety). It's chemically similar to ephedrine and catecholamines (the chemicals adrenaline and noradrenaline, which cause the breakdown of fat cells), and although less potent than those two, it induces similar effects.
Research shows that supplementation with synephrine:
- Increases both basal metabolic rate and lipolysis. 
- Inhibits the activity of certain types of fat cell receptors that prevent fat mobilization. 
- Increases the thermic effect of food, which is the "energy cost" of metabolizing food. 
Furthermore, research shows that synephrine works synergistically with caffeine to enhance both caffeine's and its own fat loss properties.  The synergism noted in a standard "ECA" (ephedrine, caffeine, and aspirin) stack also applies to synephrine.
Additionally, anything that has the ability to increase catecholamine activity can also suppress hunger between meals (a component of the fight or flight response), and thus synephrine is generally considered to be an appetite suppressant.
Clinically effective dosages of synephrine range from 25 to 50 mg.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 50 MG OF SYNEPHRINE PER SERVING
Naringin is a type of molecule known as a flavonoid and is found in grapefruits, oranges, and the skin of tomatoes.
Research shows that naringin stimulates the production of a hormone called adiponectin, which is involved in the breakdown of fat cells, and that it activates a type of receptor in fat cells that regulates fat mobilization (the PPARα receptor). 
Research also shows that through these mechanisms, naringin works synergistically with synephrine and hesperidin to further accelerate the basal metabolic rate. 
The clinically effective dosage of naringin, when used in conjunction with synephrine and hesperidin, is 600 mg.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 600 MG OF NARINGIN PER SERVING
While providing numerous health benefits, studies show that hesperidin can improve blood flow and reduce inflammation in blood vessels. 
Like naringin, research shows that hesperidin also stimulates the production of adiponectin and activates the PPARa receptor in fat cells. 
Research also reveals that hesperidin works synergistically with synephrine and naringin to dramatically raise the basal metabolic rate. 
The clinically effective dosage of hesperidin, when used in conjunction with synephrine and naringin, is 100 mg.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 100 MG OF HESPERIDIN PER SERVING
Forskolin is found in the Indian herb Coleus forskohlii and has long been used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat heart and respiratory disorders.
Supplementation with forskolin increases blood plasma and intracellular levels of a molecule known as cAMP (cyclic adenosine monophosphate), which functions as an intracellular "message relayer" vital to various biochemical processes including the regulation of glycogen, sugar, and lipid metabolism. 
cAMP and ATP—adenosine triphosphate, the most basic form of cellular energy in the body—interact in a very simple yet powerful way in the cell. When ATP is high it indicates a plentiful energy state and the body will aim to store and build tissue, but when cAMP is high it signifies a lack of ATP and thus initiates a process to make more ATP by burning through energy reserves.
Forskolin activates an enzyme known as adenyl cyclase, which converts ATP to cAMP, thereby greatly increasing the ratio in favor of cAMP and initiating the energy-burning process.  Furthermore, forskolin's effects are amplified by the effects of synephrine. 
While a clinically effective range is not known and is likely vast, 25 to 50 mg forskolin is known to be effective.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 50 MG OF FORSKOLIN PER SERVING
5-HTP is a compound involved in the metabolism of the amino acid tryptophan, which is found in foods like milk, meat, potatoes, pumpkin, and various greens. It's converted into serotonin in the brain, which is one of the principal neurotransmitters involved in feelings of happiness.
5-HTP is used over L-tryptophan as it can cross the blood-brain barrier (whereas L-tryptophan can't), and used preferentially over serotonin itself due to a greater safety profile with oral administration.
Research shows that, when taken with food, 5-HTP increases feelings of fullness and thus helps you control your food intake.  Furthermore, studies have demonstrated that 5-HTP's satiety mechanism can reduce cravings for carbohydrates in particular. 
Clinically effective dosages of 5-HTP range from 150 to 500 mg.
We intentionally use less 5-HTP in PHOENIX, however, because of the inclusion of hordenine, which magnifies 5-HTP's effects by increasing the activity of serotonin in the brain 
PHOENIX CONTAINS 150 MG OF 5-HTP PER SERVING
Hordenine is a molecule produced naturally in the body. It is found in certain foods including barley, millet, and sorghum, and some types of cacti.
Research shows that hordenine inhibits the activity of the enzyme monoamine oxidase, which breaks down certain neurotransmitters, including adrenaline, which induces lipolysis.  This, in turn, allows this chemical to remain in your blood for longer periods, mobilizing more fat cells.
Hordenine isn't used clinically, but the nonclinical effective dosages range from 25 to 75 mg.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 25 MG OF HORDENINE PER SERVING
We chose the low end of effective dosages to preserve efficacy while avoiding safety concerns associated with hordenine when high doses are used in conjunction with other components of PHOENIX.
Salicin is an anti-inflammatory agent found in foods like berries, olives, and mushrooms, and it is produced from willow bark. Like aspirin, salicin is metabolized into salicylic acid in the body and thus is often used as a natural analgesic and blood thinner. 
Research shows that salicylic acid inhibits the production of molecules called prostaglandins, which can hinder the metabolic effects of ephedrine and ephedrine-like compounds such as synephrine. 
Through this mechanism, research shows that salicylic acid amplifies the metabolic boost caused by ephedrine and ephedrine-like compounds. 
Clinically effective dosages of salicin range from 100 to 200 mg.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 120 MG OF SALICIN PER SERVING
L-tyrosine is an amino acid found in many high-protein foods such as poultry, fish, dairy products, and nuts.
The reason we've included L-tyrosine is because longer-term usage of 5-HTP may deplete bodily tyrosine stores. While most people using this product wouldn't use PHOENIX long enough to cause a deficiency and will get plenty of tyrosine from their diets, we've included it as a "just in case" safety buffer.
PHOENIX CONTAINS 150 MG OF L-TYROSINE PER SERVING
Take 3 capsules with your first meal of the day, followed by 2 capsules with a later meal. To maximize effectiveness, combine with caffeine.
Not intended for use by persons under age 18. Do not exceed recommended dose. Do not consume synephrine from other sources while taking PHOENIX. Consult your physician prior to use if you are pregnant or nursing, or if you are taking medication, including but not limited to MAOIs, SSRIs, or other antidepressants or antipsychotics. Individuals with a known medical condition should consult a healthcare professional before using any dietary supplement. Exert caution when using PHOENIX alongside other stimulatory and neurologically acting dietary supplements.
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