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ENHANCE METABOLISM : Activate AMPK metabolic switch

Upregulating AMPK in muscle cells by 52% and in fat cells by 300%

Scientific journal reference: Adaptive Medicine 5(4): 181-188, 2013 181 DOI: 10.4247/AM.2013.ABD068

DIABETES MANagement & BLOOD SUGAR REGULATION : Reduce insulin resistance

Upregulating adiponectin in fat cells by 103% and in insulin-resistant fat cells by 248%

Adiponectin is a cellular messenger  functions in the liver to regulate cellular glucose uptake and fat burning. 

Scientific journal reference: Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, vol. 4, no. 5, 29 Aug. 2021, pp. 1–8

BURN FAT : Increase ACC in fat cells by 100%

ACC is an enzyme that regulates the metabolism of fatty acids

Scientific journal reference: Adaptive Medicine 5(4): 181-188, 2013


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