DON'T BE FOOLED!
If you recently bought an Ephedra product that does not say Ephedrine Alkaloids in the ingredient panel, it is not real ephedra. Some companies are selling different parts of the Ma Haung plant that do not burn fat and calling it Ephedra. This is unfair to you and don’t fall for it.
IT'S LIKE A FAT BURNING TIME MACHINE
The stubborn fat cells in your body have two receptors; Alpha and Beta. If you managed to stimulate the Alpha receptor, FAT WOULD GROW and that would be bad. However, if you stimulate the Beta receptor, it starts a cascading process that causes the fat cells to SELF DISTRUCT! Here’s how it works:
For this process to occur, you want a fat burner that is a Beta Agonist. Now here is something
that most supplement companies will not tell you. The last great Beta Agonist was Ephedra.
Until this point, the government has either banned all Beta Agonists, or you can only get them by
WE HAVE CRACKED THE FAT BURNING CODE!
So if all the best fat burners are either illegal or only available by prescription, how were we able
to crack this government stronghold?
The truth is, the best legal Beta Agonist is not found on the shelf, it is found in your adrenal
glands. They are called epinephrine and norepinephrine. You remember these back from school.
These are what control your “Fight or Flight” mode. But believe it or not, if you can maintain
a slow steady release these two hormones, you could burn fat like a blow torch. We have
uncovered how to do this!
How do we do this? Adipo-X contains a revolutionary compound that stimulates the adrenals
called Raspberry Ketones. And yes, we are talking about Raspberry the fruit. Raspberry Ketones
is a natural compound that is found within the fruit’s molecules. This means it is legal, effective
and used in Adipo-X to burn fat just like Ephedra did.
... BUT WE MADE IT BETTER THAN EPHEDRA!
NO WAY! There are five major reasons Adipo-X is a better fat burner than Ephedra.
1. Liquid Capsule Technology – Now why is this important? It is because Adipo-X goes
to work fast, and starts burning fat right away. Pop a serving right before you take your morning
shower and you will feel it going to work before you hit the shampoo.
2. Adipo-X Slows the Fat Gain Process – Remember earlier when I was telling you
about the two receptors on the fat cell, Alpha and Beta? Well, we formulated Adipo-X with
ingredients which actually prevent the stimulation of the Alpha receptor. This controls fat-gain,
making it easier for you to start fat-loss.
3. Adipo-X Will Not Burn Muscle – Did you know that most thermogenic fat burners on
the market burn tons of muscle? This is bad because the more muscle you have, the easier it is
to burn fat. To stop this from happening, we added Coleus Forskohlii to Adipo-X which stops the
breakdown of muscle therefore keeping your metabolism on a roll!
4. Adipo-X Supports Thyroid Function – Another key benefit to Coleus Forskohlii is
its ability to support natural thyroid function. What does this mean to you? Well, the thyroid is
the main metabolic regulation center. By properly supporting your thyroid, your metabolism is
enhanced and fat loss is maximized.
5. Adipo-X is Legal! – Unlike all the other effective fat burners that are either illegal or
only available by prescription, Adipo-X is completely legal for sale in all 50 US states. This is your
time to grab one of the last great fat burners before it is gone too!
So let's set the record straight. Ephedra may be banned,
but the best fat burner ever developed Is Available NOW!
FEEL GOOD ENERGY YOU CAN'T IGNORE
In the last couple years, there has been an influx of products to the market that just make you
feel miserable when you take them. This is mostly due to improper formulating. A word of advice
to the competition; “caffeine is good ingredient, but only in moderation. You're going to be a little
more creative than producing over formulated caffeine pills. For the good folks looking for real fat-
loss results, do them a favor and send them our way.
We want to feel good! Adipo-X is precision formulated and elevates your mood so you have the mental and emotional strength to lose those ugly pounds and keep them off...for good!
DON'T BURN MUSCLE, INSTEAD BURN FAT!
Have you ever wondered why bodybuilders are so lean and why long distance runners sometime
have flabby legs, arms and stomachs? They are both athletes. So why is one more lean than the
other? This is because muscle uses fat for energy! The more muscle you have, the less likely you
are to hold fat.
Adipo-X contains key ingredients like Coleus Forskohlii that helps preserve muscle, which will help you burn fat through a longer period of time.
CONTROL YOUR APPETITE
Adipo-X suppresses your appetite so you naturally eat less without feeling starved. More
importantly, when you eat less, you drastically slow your calorie intake. Less calories in your
system means less fat to appear and less energy from food to burn. Turn your source for energy
inward and get rid of that stubborn, unsightly fat!
WHEN WE SAY "NO CRASH", WE MEAN "NO CRASH"
We have all experienced taking weigh loss and energy products and the giant setback that comes
with them; the CRASH! This is something I like to call D.A.S. or Drag A** Syndrome. If you have
experienced this, it is really terrible. If you have not, I will go into just a little bit of what it is and
how we shot it down big time.
When we take energy products, our body’s natural ability to stay awake and alert is pretty much
shut off. This is because it isn’t needed. The product has taken over. But when the product
wares off, our body’s natural ability to stay awake needs to turn back on. During this period,
we experience extreme exhaustion to the point that you want to go take a nap. This is bad and
nobody wants this.
|Some companies claim their fat loss product to have “No Crash” only to find out later you are
on the floor sleeping. This is a claim made very often but very rarely delivered. Why is this? I don’t know, you will have to ask those guys.
How did we shoot this down? Adipo-X contains ingredients that control energy levels over
shorter and longer time periods. This process eases you off the energy produced by Adipo-X and
back onto your body’s natural energy system seamlessly. So you don’t crash and you're loving
Adipo-X – Advanced Fat-Loss Technology™ can help
you burn the fat you are ready to get rid of faster
than you every thought possible… GUARANTEED!
We are so confident that Adipo-X will help you rid your body of unsightly body fat, that we are
backing it with a 45 DAY 100% PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE! So you have nothing to lose
except unsightly body fat, and everything to gain…
- A slimmer waist line
- Looser fitting cloths
- More energy throughout the day
- …And most importantly, a slimmer, more Healthy you!
As a dietary supplement, start with a 1 capsule serving to evaluate tolerance and gradually increase to a full 2 capsule serving. Take one serving with 8 oz of water 30 to 60 minutes prior to breakfast on an empty stomach and an additional serving in the early afternoon on an empty stomach. Do not exceed 4 capsules in a 24 hour period. Do not take 6 hours prior to bed because ADIPO-X™ may interfere with sleep. Read entire label before using.
Store in a cool place. Protect from heat, light and moisture.
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